Support Resources


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Campus Security
Available during emergencies
RIC Building, Room 120

Contact
  • 306-585-4999 for 24 hr security
  • 306-585-4407 for general inquiry

Aboriginal Student Centre
The ASC cultivates a respectful and welcoming atmosphere that encourages student empowerment, identity, community connection and Indigenous ways of learning. The ASC acts as a central hub for all students on campus, faculty, staff and community to gather and find a sense of belonging in the larger university environment.

RIC Building, Room 108
8:15am-4:30pm

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UR Pride Centre For Sexuality & Gender Diversity
Provide and promote health, wellness, and social support for sexually and gender diverse people on campus and throughout the City.

Riddell Centre, Room 225 2nd floor
M-F 9:00am- 4:00pm

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Centre for Student Accessibility
Current University of Regina students with a disability can register for services at any time.

Riddell Centre, Room 229 2nd floor
M-F 8:15am- 4:30pm

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Counselling Services
Counselling Services provide an assortment of resources and services including personal and emergency counselling to university students

Riddell Centre, Room 251, 2nd floor
M-F 8:30am- 4:30pm

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University of Regina Women’s Centre
Provide a safe and supportive environment free of sexism and all forms of prejudice or discrimination in order to empower, educate and advocate on behalf of all self-identified women at the University of Regina.

Riddell Centre, Room 225 2nd floor

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Healthy Workplace Advisor
Provides assistance in a number of areas, such as healthy lifestyle initiatives and workplace ergonomic evaluations.

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Mental Health Advisor
Provides support for students, faculty, and staff within the university community with mental health and wellbeing services and programs.

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Illness Reporting
You may have been diagnosed with an illness or disease external link and are now unsure if you should keep attending University classes or work. Or you may be concerned that a student is ill and is spreading the illness to you and your class. Please contact Health, Safety & Wellness, so the University can assist.

confidential reporting: health.safety@uregina.ca

UR Fit
Regular physical activity improves psychological well-being and has been shown to reduce depression and anxiety. Joining an exercise group or a gym can also reduce loneliness, as it connects you with a new set of people sharing a common goal. Classes are tailored to meet the needs and general fitness levels of participants and can accommodate a range of fitness levels within each class. These classes work toward improving cardiovascular efficiency, flexibility, muscular endurance, coordination and muscle tone.
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Sexual Violence Prevention &Response
listening and respecting the survivor’s choice in recovery, accompaniment to appointments or in seeking medical attention, referrals to both on and off campus resources, and advocate for deferrals, extensions and/or other academic accommodations, and general information.

Riddell Centre, Room 251 2nd floor
M-F 8:30am- 4:30pm

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Student Advocate
The Student Advocate is a professional, registered social services worker available to assist those who are experiencing difficulties. Their main areas of service are financial and academic advocacy. They are also a source of referrals or support for victims of Sexual Assault, those dealing with Mental Health Issues or those seeking Personal Support.

Riddell Centre, Room 221, 2nd floor
M-F 8:30am- 4:00pm

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UR International
UR International has a team of Life Skills Advisors that can help you navigate your academic and non-academic surroundings. We provide programing, direction, advice and events to help you achieve your academic and non-academic goals.

College West, Room 109
M-F 8:15am- 4:30pm

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Student Success Centre
The Student Success Centre provides personalized guidance and support to students in achieving their university, professional development, and life goals.

Riddell Centre Room 230 2nd floor
M-F 8:30am- 4:30pm

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UR Guarantee
Newly admitted or transfer students (with 30 credit hours or less of post-secondary classes): if you complete all elements of the UR Guarantee program and do not secure career-related employment within six months of graduation, you will be eligible to come back for another year of undergraduate classes free of charge.

Riddell Centre Room 230 2nd floor
M-F 8:30am- 4:30pm

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Respectful University Services
Provide education to raise awareness of the need for a respectful workplace and learning environment, as well as provide a variety of resolution options.

Administration- Humanities Building, Room 435
M-F 8:15am- 4:30pm

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Career Exploration and Counselling
Career Exploration and Counselling provides services and resources to help you make informed decisions and re-decisions about your educational, career and life direction. We provide support for skilfully navigating your journey, and realizing meaningful goals and your potential.

Riddell Centre, Room 163

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Online Therapy Unit
The OTU provides effective online clinical treatments to those experiencing mental health difficulties using internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy.

M-F 8:30am- 4:30pm

Contact Sask Polytech Regina Campus
Health Services
Whether you're feeling stressed out, need treatment or support, or require specific health information, come and see us. Walk-in at your convenience or make an appointment to fit your schedule.

Room 107 Saskatchewan Polytech, Regina Campus
M-F 8:00am- 4:30pm

Contact Accessibility Services
Whether you are a student who is accessing online or in-person courses, there is a broad range of supports including academic accommodations and assistive technology training available.

Room 228 Saskatchewan Polytech, Regina Campus
M-F 8:00am- 4:30pm

Contact Counselling Services
Counsellors offer guidance and advice related to: ccademic, financial and personal concerns, career development, program selection and admission, advising, accommodation for students with disabilities, personal readiness.

Room 228 Saskatchewan Polytech, Regina Campus
M-F 8:00am- 4:30pm

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Mobile Crisis Services
Crisis counsellors listen, provide support, direction, and get you connected to community services.

1646 11th Ave Regina, SK
24/7 telephone service

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Farm Stress Line & Rural Support
Provide confidential crisis telephone counselling, support, information and referral services that respond to the needs of rural individuals, youth and families living on the farm or in a rural Saskatchewan community.

1646 11th Ave Regina, SK
24/7 telephone service

Contact Emergency medical care in case of sexual assault
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) are available 24 hrs at both Regina hospitals. You do not have to disclose the situation to the triage nurse – just ask for the SANE nurse. The SANE team are experts dedicated to a trauma-informed and respectful approach to survivors of sexual assault, including a basic or more extensive medical examination, emergency medications and testing.

Pasqua Hospital: 4101 Dewdney St. or General Hospital: 1440-14th Ave.

Regina Sexual Assault Centre
Provides free, unlimited counselling to women and men who have experienced a sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, partner violence, sexual harassment or who are impacted by the abuse or assault of a loved one.

1830 Mackay St Regina, Sk
9:00am- 4:30pm

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  • 24/7 Crisis line: 306-352-0434, Toll free: 1844-952-0434, Office: 306-522-2777
  • rsac@sasktel.net
Planned Parenthood
Planned Parenthood Regina provides accessible, confidential contraceptive and sexual health programs and services to the Regina community. All information is shared in an anonymous and non-judgmental manner.

1920B Francis Street Regina, SK
M, W, F 9:00am- 5:00pm
T, TR 9:00am- 8:00pm
Saturday 1:00pm- 5:00pm
Closed every day 12:00pm- 12:45 for lunch
Closed Sunday

Contact 211 Saskatchewan
211 Saskatchewan is a free, confidential, 24/7 service that connects individuals to human services in the province by telephone, text, or web chat, plus a searchable website with over 5,000 listings of social, community, non-clinical health, and government services across the province. In addition to searching on the 211 Saskatchewan website, individuals can now call 2-1-1, text 2-1-1 or go online to chat with trained professionals to help find and navigate services they need. This access to community, health and government services is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Over 175 languages, including 17 Indigenous languages, are available over the phone.

The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC), in collaboration with the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention, the Centre for Suicide Prevention, and the Public Health Agency of Canada has developed 2 toolkits to support people who have been impacted by suicide. One toolkit is tailored for people who have attempted suicide , and the other is focused on resources for people who have lost someone to suicide . The MHCC wishes to thank the Advisory Committee comprised of people with lived experience related to suicide for their assistance in making these toolkits possible.
In the summer of 2017, the MHCC conducted an online survey to elicit feedback from people who have been affected by suicide. With over a thousand responses, the survey helped gain a better understanding of what topics, content areas, resources, and information were important to include in the toolkits.

Language
Many respondents indicated a preference for “people-first” language as opposed to “survivorship language”. For this reason, “people-first” language is used in the toolkit. That said, many of the resources linked from the toolkits use “survivorship” language.
Please note that the toolkits are not intended to replace a conversation and are not designed to be an exhaustive list of the wide variety of resources available across Canada for support. If you or someone you know is experiencing distressing thoughts or thoughts of suicide, please contact your local distress centre or Kids Help Phone .
The Indian Residential Schools Resolution Health Support Program
The Indian Residential Schools Resolution Health Support Program provides mental health, emotional and cultural support services to eligible former Indian Residential School students and their families throughout all phases of the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement, including:
  • Common Experience Payments (CEP)
  • Independent Assessment Process (IAP)
  • Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) events
  • commemorative activities
Resolution Health Support Program Services are safe, confidential, respectful and non-judgmental.

You can access emotional and crisis referral services by calling 24-Hour National Crisis Line: 1-866-925-4419

Indian Residential School Survivor Society
The IRSSS Crisis line is available 24/7 at 1-800-721-0066.

The Hope For Wellness
The Hope for Wellness Help Line offers immediate help to all Indigenous peoples across Canada.

It is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to offer:
  • counselling
  • crisis intervention
Call the toll-free Help Line at 1-855-242-3310 or connect to the online chat at hopeforwellness.ca.

First Nations Health Authority

Healing in Colour
Healing in Colour envisions a world where BIPOC, in all our intersections, have access to therapy that supports our healing and liberation. Find a BIPOC therapist in your community. Access a curated list of resources that support healing.

Native Youth Crisis Line 1-877-209-1266
24/7 crisis line for Indigenous Youth available for residents of Canada and the United States.

Saskatchewan Health Authority – First Nations and Métis Health: Programs and Service
Trans Lifeline
1-877-330-6366
Non-profit hotline run by transgender people, for transgender people.

PFLAG
PFLAG Canada is a national charitable organization, founded by parents who wished to help themselves and their family members understand and accept their non- heterosexual children. The "coming-out" process can be a critical time for families. When the adjustment period is particularly long or painful, relationships can become permanently damaged, resulting in a lifetime of emotional scars. People cannot always rise above the challenge of accepting themselves or their family member, and the results can be devastating, even fatal. We support these families through today and give them hope for a better tomorrow. Contact us at 1 (888) 530-6777 ext. 224

TransSask Support Services


OUTSaskatoon


Camp Fyrefly


Moosejaw Pride


UR Pride Centre for Sexuality and Gender Diversity


USSU Pride Centre


Queen City Pride


Lulu’s Lodge

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