Health Resources

If you are looking for a family doctor, please contact the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

Canadian Health Resources

Choosing Wisely Canada - is a campaign to help clinicians and patients engage in conversations about unnecessary test and treatments.

Saskatchewan Health Resources

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) - Is an integrated health delivery agency providing a comprehensive range of services and programs including but not limited to hospital and long-term care, public health and home care, mental health and addiction service, prenatal and palliative care. 

Government of Saskatchewan - To update your Saskatchewan Health Card or for information about the Government of Saskatchewan Programs and Services: Continuing Care, Mental Health, Public Health, Vital Statistics.

Women's Health

The Women's Mid-Life Health Program - is dedicated to providing reliable information specific to the health of women.

Sex & U - recommended by the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada as a source of information on sexual health for women of all ages.

Menopause & U -  In-depth information on Menopause including, lifestyle changes, bladder health, osteoporosis and much more.

Children's Health

NorthernStar Mothers Milk Bank - is a charitable organization providing the benefits of pasteurized human milk to premature and ill babies.

Men's Health

Trans & Gender Diverse Care

OUT Saskatoon - OUT Saskatoon is Saskatoon and Area's Queer and Trans community centre. They provide support, education, social events, and sexual health services.

UR Pride - UR Pride Centre offers support to the gender and sexually diverse community in Regina, Saskatchewan. They are based out of the University, but serve the entire city and surrounding communities as the only 2LGBTQ+ Centre that exists in

Mental Health

Online Therapy Unit - We offer adults living in Saskatchewan free Online Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for depression, anxiety, and or pain. Online Cognitive Behaviour Therapy involves reviewing educational material online and corresponding with a therapist over a secure messaging system. The approach is found to be effective and is a convenient way to receive care.


The Saskatoon Council on Aging Inc. (SCOA) - providing a directory of services and social activities for older adults.