Prince Albert is included in new walk-in mental health counseling services which are expanding to communities across the province. This is thanks to a $1.2 million investment from the Government of Saskatchewan.
Free counseling services will be available through Family Service Saskatchewan (FSSask) member agencies for anyone looking for help with a range of issues, including stress, depression, anxiety, family conflict and urgent mental health needs.
These services will be available in 23 communities, some in multiple locations within a community. Funding for these walk-in services is part of a record $402 million investment in mental health and addictions in Saskatchewan’s 2019-20 Provincial Budget. This initiative also supports the province’s Mental Health and Addictions Action Plan. Read more, at the link.