Child and Youth Services provides programs that address the unique mental health needs of children and youth, including their families. These programs consider the characteristics of the family and the community in which they live when working with each individual young person. Services are provided by psychiatrists, mental health therapists, social workers, speech and language pathologists, developmental pediatrician, occupational therapist, nurses, psychologists and aboriginal elders.
The following programs are offered:
Children’s Services Program (up to age of 11 years)
Youth Services Program (11-18 years)
Young Offender Service Program
Early Psychosis Intervention Program (EPI) (adolescents and young adults up to age 30)
Cognitive Disabilities Program (ages 6-24)
Adolescent Psychiatry Unit (ages 11-18)
Suicide Awareness and Prevention Program
Psychiatry Services (children and youth up to age 18)
Randall Kinship Centre
How to Make a Referral in Regina
Parents, older youth, or professionals (physicians, staff from Social Services) can call directly to 306-766-6700 and ask to speak to an intake worker. After a brief assessment, the intake worker will suggest how your needs can best be met.
Rural Child & Youth Mental Health Clinics
Click here for program descriptions and all Child and Youth Mental Health Clinic locations.
Want to learn more? Visit Child and Youth Mental Health Services's website.