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


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


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Calls to the Farm Stress Line are answered by Mobile Crisis Services, a non-profit, community based agency providing crisis...


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Contact a hotline in Saskatchewan, Canada for help supporting a loved one with mental health problems.

Mental health problems are very common, affecting about 13% of the world's population. You may be worried if you've noticed that a loved one's mental health is deteriorating. It's normal to have concerns if you notice the signs below. For help, contact a free helpline in Saskatchewan, Canada – there are 6 available to you.

  • They are easily startled.
  • They seem secretive, like they're hiding something.
  • They are struggling at school or work.
  • They reject invitations to spend time together or hang out.
  • They have told you they are struggling emotionally.
  • They always seems to be down or in a low mood.
  • They have started posting worrying content on social media.
  • They have become more withdrawn.

Most people find it difficult to know what to do or say when someone close to them appears to be struggling with their mental health. It's normal to feel a desire to help yet at the same time feel helpless. There are ways you can support your loved one that are not overly complicated.

If you're worried about a loved one's mental health and you're not sure what to do, help is available. You can contact a hotline in Saskatchewan, Canada and get support from a volunteer who cares. A helpline volunteer can guide you in how to help a loved one who is struggling.


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