The Active Family Benefit helps families with the costs of their children's participation in cultural, recreational, and sports activities. This fully-refundable tax benefit of up to $150 per child helps reduce barriers, promote access and encourage children to participate in activities that are vital to healthy, active living.
The Al Ritchie Family Wellness Project is a drop in centre which offers a wide variety of free family programming for those in need. The centre offers various programs and activities primarily for parents and their children ages 0-6 years.
The Autism Resource Centre (ARC) is a non-profit, community-based organization incorporated to serve persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and to support their families. Summer programs are offered for kids ages 7 and up.
Catholic Family Services of Regina is a non-profit community based organization that is staffed by qualified personal trained in social work, counselling and psychology to provide effective assistance to individuals and families in distress regardless of beliefs, social or economic circumstances.
Child and Youth Services provides programs that address the unique mental health needs of children and youth, including their families. Services are provided by psychiatrists, mental health therapists, social workers, speech and language pathologists, developmental pediatrician, occupational therapist, nurses, psychologists and aboriginal elders.
At Dance Plus we provide professional, qualified instruction in all disciplines for both the recreational and competitive dancer. There are classes and camps for ages 3 and up in Regina, Lumsden and White City. We also host birthday parties and summer camps!
The Family Matters program aims to minimize the impact of separation and divorce on all family members – especially children, by providing: information and resources to deal with a changing family situation; and assistance to resolve urgent and outstanding issues.
Early Childhood Intervention Programs (ECIPs) are a province-wide network of community-based supports for families of children who experience developmental delays. ECIP staff provide a link between families and other professionals in the Early Learning and Child Care sector and the PreK-12 sector. There are 14 ECIPs located throughout Saskatchewan.
The Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region’s (RQHR) Seasonal Influenza Campaign runs annually, typically starting in October. Flu shots are offered through public health clinics, some physician and nurse practitioner offices, and through some pharmacies.
HealthLine is a free, confidential, 24-hour health information and support telephone line. It is staffed by experienced and specially trained client navigators, registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses and social workers. Services are offered in English, with translation available in over 100 languages.
Pathways Learning Centre is a new business located in Harbour Landing that first opened its doors in October 2018. Pathways offers both health and educational services to people of all ages, including private preschool programs, group-based programs such as kids’ speech therapy groups, music therapy, and adult stroke recovery groups, and individualized services such as private speech therapy,