‘BUILDING A SAFE COMMUNITY’ Services Directory
Partners Against Violence
Agencies, organizations and schools making a difference together!
What is Violence?
Violence is any purposeful act or actions that cause physical, emotional, mental or spiritual damage/injury/hurt to an individual or a group of people.
Abuse is any act or lack of action that takes power over or lessens the power of a person or group of people in order to cause mental, emotional, physical or spiritual hurt and stress.
Canadian Mental Health Association: (306) 692-4240
www.cmhamj.com Research, education, advocacy and promotion of mental health and mental well being.
Canadian Red Cross: (306) 692-9776
www.redcross.ca Prevention education, information training & workshops that promote respect in terms of relationship violence, bullying & child abuse.
Five Hills Health Region: Mental Health & Addictions: (306) 691-6464
www.htcsd.ca Information, intervention, therapy/counseling, referral with children/families
Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Separate School Division # 22: (306) 694-5333
www.htcsd.ca Information, prevention, intervention, post intervention, therapy/counseling, referral with children/families.
John Howard Society: (306) 693-0777
www.johnhoward.ca Helping offenders, victims and families: advocacy, program development, public education, networking and branch support services.
Kids First Program: (306) 694-8336
www.kidsfirst.ca Support child development; programs to empower families, and assess for referral to agencies.
Ministry of Social Services: (306) 694-3647
www.socialservices.gov.sk.ca Child protection, community living; family violence, foster care, income assistance.
Moose Jaw & District Seniors: (306) 694-4223
Social, physical and mental well being programs for seniors 50 and over.
Moose Jaw Ministerial Committee: (306) 692-2844
www.mjchurches.com The Christian Churches of MJ are sufficiently varied to provide a wide range of services, including spiritual and personal counseling, worship experiences and practical support in a time of need.
Moose Family YMCA: (306) 692-0688
www.moosejawymca.ca We offer a variety of children, youth, adult and family programs to build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities.
Moose Jaw Multicultural Council: (306) 693-4677
www.mjmcinc.ca Settlement, language classes, employment services, host programs, licensed day care, and volunteer opportunities.
Moose Jaw Women’s Transition House: (306) 693-6511,
Outreach Program: (306) 693-6847, Children’s Program: (306) 693-6848
http://mj-transitionhouse.com Shelter for women and children, children programming, individual or group support for individuals experiencing violence.
Parenting Mentoring (MOM) Program: (306) 692-0579
www.pmps.ca The ‘MOM’ program is for parents who feel they need support with a volunteer mentor for weekly visits.
Prairie South School Division #210: (306) 693-4631
www.prairiesouth.ca Information, prevention, intervention, post intervention, therapy/counseling, referral with children/families.
Southern Plains Métis Local #160: (306) 692-9582
Métis employment education and programming for youth and young adults.
The Moose Jaw Housing Authority: (306) 694-4055
www.moosejawhousingauthority.com Provide adequate, suitable and affordable housing for individuals and households with low to moderate incomes.
The Moose Jaw South Central Regional Intersectoral Committee: Coordinator: (306) 691-1569
Point of contact and communications with agencies and organizations requiring services.
Victim Services: Moose Jaw & District Coordinator: (306) 694-7621
www.mjpolice.ca/vs.htm Information, support and referrals for victims of crime and tragic events. Volunteers, (306) 694-7624
Kids Help Line: 1-800-668-6868www.kidshelpphone.ca Toll-free, 24-bilingual, confidential and anonymous phone and web counseling, referral and information service for children and youth.