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Saskatoon

Overview

Saskatoon Health Authority is the largest health region in the province, serving 289,000 residents.

A map of the Saskatoon Health Authority shows the various municipalities that comprise the region.

Emergency Numbers

Saskatoon Mobile Crisis & Intervention Services
Phone: 1.306.933.6200

Alcohol & Drug Information & Referral

Mental Health and Addiction Services

Adult Services
Suite 156 – 122 3rd Ave. North
Saskatoon, SK S7K 2H6
Phone: 1.306.655.7777
Fax: 1.306.655.4115

Child & Youth Services
715 Queen St.
Saskatoon, SK S7K 2H6
Phone: 1.306.655.7777

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Saskatoon: Drug Rehab, Alcohol Treatment and Detox Resources

With a population of approximately 4.1 million people, Saskatoon offers a variety of private and public programs for drug rehabilitation, alcohol treatment and detox. Use this page as your gateway to Saskatoon quick facts, emergency numbers relating to drug abuse, alcoholism, and detox services as well as how to locate your health authority.

Saskatoon: Historical Factoid

Saskatoon is a commercial and educational centre in the province of Saskatchewan. It lies along a bend of the South Saskatchewan River, 346 km north of the Canada-US border, 224 km from Alberta and 344 km from Manitoba. It is central Saskatchewan’s great crossroads; a hub for water, rail, and highway crossings east and west, north and south. The Saskatoon area has been inhabited for at least 8,000 years. Buffalo kill sites, teepee rings and a medicine wheel can still be seen today and form an important link with the past. The first European to set foot on the northern prairies was Henry Kelsey, a fur trader and explorer who arrived in 1690. Anthony Henday was the first European known to have passed through the Saskatoon area, in 1754. Source: https://www.saskatoon.ca/community-culture-heritage/saskatoon-history-archives/history

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