2250 Lindsay Street, Regina S4N 3C3; 306-525-4989; firstname.lastname@example.org
The Al Ritchie Wellness Centre provides many services and programs to assist families.
Cope is an effective parenting program that helps parents to develop a more positive approach to parenting in a supportive environment
974 Albert Street, Regina; (306) 525-0521; email@example.com
Catholic Family Services of Regina is a non-profit community based organization registered as a charity and governed by a volunteer board of directors. It 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.
1680 Albert Street, Regina; 306-766-6700 (Child and Youth Mental Health)
1692 Albert Street, Regina; (306) 766-6780
Child and Youth Services provides services to children, youth and families experiencing significant mental health problems.
1115 Pasqua Street, Regina S4T 4L1; (306) 569-3988
4401 Dewdney Avenue, Regina; (306) 569-3988
The Circle Project Children's Centre, and Infant and Toddler Centre are located in the North Central area of Regina.
Carina is a volunteer photographer for this foundation that is there for parents and families to help aid them in their healing, bring hope to their future, and honor to their child.
323 3085 Albert Street, Regina S4S 0B1; 306-787-9905; firstname.lastname@example.org
The Parent Education Unit at Family Justice offers the Parenting after Separation and Divorce information sessions to people dealing with family breakdown.
305 1102 8th Avenue, Regina; 306-347-5020; email@example.com
The Early Childhood Intervention Program, Regina Region Inc. (ECIP) is a non profit organization that provides a voluntary, home visiting program for families of children birth through age six. Parents whose children may be experiencing varying degrees of difficulty in areas of development, including movement, sight, hearing, communication, touch and learning may qualify for this service.
3350 7th Avenue, Regina
4401 3rd Avenue, Regina
This is a new free drop-in centre for children ages infant to 6, with their caregivers. We offer a play and learn space where caregivers can interact and play with their little ones. MORE INFORMATION>>
Room 100 3085 Albert Street, Regina S4S 0B1; 306-787-8961; firstname.lastname@example.org
The Branch is the central authority in Saskatchewan responsible for delivering family justice services to individuals who need help in dealing with the difficulties arising from family breakdown, separation and divorce.
2020 Halifax Street, Regina; (306) 757-6675; email@example.com
Family Service Regina is a not-for-profit, community based organization that provides a variety of services and programs for more than 6,000 families in Regina and the surrounding area.
350 College Avenue, Regina S4N 0W8; 306-522-4673; firstname.lastname@example.org
2505 23rd Avenue, Regina S4S 7K7; (306) 522-4673; email@example.com
Located in Assiniboia Place in Central Regina, and South Lakeview in South Regina, Hope’s Home offers daycare and daytime respite to medically fragile children and their siblings, as well as typical children.
120 - 2150 Scarth Street, Regina; Helpline: 1-888-668-6868 Office: 306-780-9492; firstname.lastname@example.org
Kids talk to Kids Help Phone when kids don't know who to talk to. Kids Help Phone is a free, anonymous and confidential phone and on-line professional counselling service for youth. Big or small concerns. 24/7. 365 days a year.
Maternal Depression Online is being offered as part of a research study. The program includes free online therapy for women struggling with symptoms of depression one year after having a child. All clients correspond with a master's level therapist.
Rosewood Park Alliance Church, Regina; email@example.com
If you are a mom parenting kids from birth through senior kindergarten, we hope you will find encouragement and a much - needed break at a MOPS meeting.
2115 Athol Street, Regina S4T 2V4; 306-757-3744; firstname.lastname@example.org
Located in the Cathedral area in Central Regina, Regina's Early Learning Centre is a child and family development centre working co-operatively with low income families to provide programs which foster healthy development of children from prenatal to five years of age.
2248 Lorne Street,, Regina; (306) 359-6514; email@example.com
Regina Immigrant Women Centre (RIWC) provides support services and programs geared to the development of immigramnt, refugee women and their families.
700B 4400 4th Avenue, Regina S4T 1A5; 306-766-6946; firstname.lastname@example.org
Palliative Care offers a quality of life, comfort and care for individuals and their families facing a non-curable illness, death and bereavement.
We are a support network for parents and guardians of multiple-birth children in Regina, Saskatchewan. If you live in the Regina area and need information, support, or great deals for your growing family, we will do our best to help!
Regina; (306) 766-5710
The Children's Program supports families, health professionals and community caregivers. The program promotes the development of children who have or might have physical or developmental disabilities.
2550 Broad Street, Regina S4P 3Z4; (306) 352-3500; email@example.com
The Regina Open Door Society (RODS) is a non-profit organization that provides settlement and integration services to refugees and immigrants in Regina
1940 McIntyre Street, Regina S4P 2R3; 306-525-2141
Whether you are looking for child and family programs, health and wellness or even birth education, the YWCA has many programs to offer.