Other Health Services

Home Care Services:  Maintain independence and well-being at home. You can call 1-306-765-2450 in Prince Albert to learn about services available or have your physician arrange home care for you to provide assistance after surgery, chemotherapy or care between medical visits or treatments. Services for residents requiring assistance with daily living include assessment, home nursing, physiotherapy, equipment for daily living, meals on wheels, and personal care. Click on the link for more information about home care services.

Our Pharmacist Can Help. They can assess, diagnose and prescribe prescription medication for a variety of minor ailments.  See the full list of problems they can treat.  

Pharmasave is open Monday to Saturday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The phone number is 1-306-929-3312

For the Healthline call 8-1-1:  HealthLine 811 is a free, confidential, 24-hour service available to Saskatchewan residents. It is staffed by experienced and specially trained registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses and registered social workers. The Healthline provides professional health or mental health and addictions advice, education and support.

For local health service information call 2-1-1: Staff at this number can provide information on service programs in our community. Click on this link for more health 2-1-1 service information.

Prince Albert Mental Health Center – Outpatient Services – Walk-In Service will provide same day access to a counselor - Mental Health offers confidential community-based mental health assessment, treatment/counseling, and consultative services. Services can be accessed by family or self-referral, physician referral, agency or school referral. Psychiatric referrals are accepted by physicians only.   

Located at 2345 10th Ave West in Prince Albert -  Lower level Victoria Square 

Phone: 306-765-6055 Toll Free: 1-888-765-6055  

Monday to Friday:  9:00 to 11:00 am and  1:00 to 3:30 pm. 

Addiction Services - Rapid Access to Addiction Medicine (RAAM) provides timely access to care for individuals looking to make changes in their substance use. At the RAAM clinic you will be seen by an inter-professional team who work together with you in creating a care plan that fits your needs and goals. RAAM services are short-term, and while you are with us, we will connect you to the appropriate community care providers for ongoing care and support. 

Walk-ins welcome!  Located at  101-15th Street East Prince Albert (2nd Floor next to the Bus Depot) Phone: 306-765-6550 Toll Free: 1-888-765-6550 or 306-765-870 

Friendly Calls Program with the Canadian Red Cross  This Program matches people over the age of 18 with trained Red Cross personnel who connect with them regularly to provide emotional support, encourage healthy coping strategies, and suggest well-being resources and community connections to other existing services. The Friendly Calls program is safe, accessible and free. Referrals can be made by anyone.  To learn more:  https://www.redcross.ca/in-your-community/saskatchewan/friendly-calls.

 Personal Disaster Assistance (Red Cross)  will assist to meet the immediate basic needs of people displaced by emergencies such as house fire or flood. This service involves providing short duration assistance (up to 72 hours) to an individual household or small number of households. Service delivery is facilitated by a Personal Disaster Assistance Team (PDAT) that is usually comprised of volunteer personnel. Call 1-888-800-6493

Questions or Concerns about you or your loved one's care experience can be directed to SHA Client Concerns Specialists. Contact the Integrated Northern Health Client Concern Office: northclientconcerns@saskhealthauthority.ca or call 1-833-484-2577.  

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