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Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service- Mobile Crisis Service offers 24/7, free and confidential support and information by...


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North East Outreach and Support Services is dedicated to providing 24/7, free, compassionate and confidential support over...


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Crisis Suicide Helpline offers 24/7, free and confidential support and information over phone. We help everyone in...


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Southwest Crisis Helpline welcomes calls from anyone in need of support, regardless of gender or age. Our staff are available...


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Are you the victim of bullying and harassment? Reach out to a Saskatchewan, Canada hotline today.

If you’ve suffered at the hands of a bully, you likely feel rejected, ashamed and alone. Bullies use perceived power, such as size, popularity and secrets, to repeatedly victimise others. You are not alone, there are 8 helplines in Saskatchewan, Canada where you can get the support and understanding you deserve. If you relate to any of the following, reach out for help:

  • You have been socially isolated and made to feel different, ashamed and alone.
  • You have been the victim of pranks, rumours, naming and shaming online.
  • You have been threatened, belittled or shamed by someone on gaming or social media platforms.
  • Someone has made repeated negative comments about your appearance, culture, family, lifestyle or behaviour.
  • Others have frequently shamed, taunted or threatened you on social media.
  • Someone has shared private, negative, false or harmful pictures, content or rumours about you.
  • One or more people has repeatedly called you names and teased or humiliated you.
  • One or more people have repeatedly sworn at, called names, taunted or physically harassed you.

No matter how blatant or discrete, bullying can make you feel different, excluded and alone. Your feelings are shared and understood. Remember, bullies aren’t the boss. What bullies say or do will never reflect your worth in life, who you really are and your potential to succeed.

Right now, you might feel helpless, excluded or afraid. You may be unsure about contacting a helpline for support because of how you have been treated previously. However, helpline staff in Saskatchewan, Canada are well-trained in helping people like you who have been bullied. You will be treated with kindness and understanding.


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