COVID19 Information

For over a year now, we have been confronting the challenges of adapting to life during a pandemic. It has been a difficult time for many of us. And while vaccines are now rolling out, the challenge is not yet over. It is important to continue following safety precautions in our collective effort to reduce the spread of COVID19.

CMHA Regina strives assist to our community as best we can.
Please look through the resources below for information about COVID19, and to find current local community supports.


If you find yourself in immediate distress, please contact one of Saskatchewan’s 24/7 phone services:
-Contact HealthLine by dialing 8-1-1
(HealthLine is a confidential health and mental health and addictions advice, education and support telephone line staffed by experienced registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses and registered social workers).
Or contact 211 Saskatchewan by texting or dialing 2-1-1 to connect with Service Navigators.
If you or someone else is at immediate risk of harm, please call emergency services (9-1-1)

Other Emergency Numbers:

Mobile Crisis: 306-757-0127
Regina Mental Health Clinic: 306-766-7800 (COAST: Community Outreach and Support Team)
Addictions Services; Brief and Social Detox: 306-766-6600

Wellness Support Response Phone Line

We are pleased to announce that CMHA Regina branch is now offering a Wellness Support Response phone line. The dedicated phone line can be reached at 306-535–4292. It will be answered by staff between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.
In the event that the call goes to voicemail, please leave a message and be assured that staff will get back to you as soon as possible.
We look forward to assisting our community through this phone line.

*Support for youth in Saskatchewan can be accessed by dialing the provincial youth line at 306-730-5900

**PLEASE NOTE – This line is to offer support and should not be considered a Crisis Line.

Following guidelines established in the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan, CMHA Regina Branch will increase the capacity limit for members visiting our branch’s drop-in center to 10 at a time, starting June 21st.

Drop-in visits by members are now welcomed, but will be limited to a maximum capacity of 10 members, starting June 21st.

All COVID19 safety protocols (mask requirements, physical distancing, etc.) will remain in place.

Members can call 306-525-9543 to schedule an appointment. Priority will be given to appointments for members arriving using paratransit, members from approved homes, and new members.
Starting June 21st, member drop-ins will be accepted between 9am and 11:30am and 2pm to 3:30pm, providing capacity does not exceed 10 members at a time.
To help inform your visitation date and time selection, click here to see our activity calendar.

For information and support, call 306-525-9543.  If you cannot get through, leave a detailed message and we will return your call ASAP.

Please visit the following links for information related to Covid19

Wellness Together Canada: Mental Health and Substance Use Support:
https://ca.portal.gs

Information on Covid19 from the Government of Canada:
https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19.html

Information on Covid19 from the Government of Saskatchewan:
https://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/health-care-administration-and-provider-resources/treatment-procedures-and-guidelines/emerging-public-health-issues/2019-novel-coronavirus

Information on Covid19 from the Saskatchewan Health Authority:
https://www.saskhealthauthority.ca/

Safety information and municipal updates from the City of Regina:
https://www.regina.ca/home-property/safety-emergencies/emergency-preparedness/covid-19/

City of Regina Community Food Assistance Programs

CMHA National – Information about maintaining mental health during the Covid19 pandemic:
https://cmha.ca/news/covid-19-and-mental-health

World Health Organization – Mental Health and psychosocial considerations during the Covid19 outbreak:
https://www.who.int/docs/default-source/coronaviruse/mental-health-considerations.pdf

World Health Organization’s advice for the public during the Covid-19 pandemic:
https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public