Find Support

If you or someone you know is suffering from Bullying, Abuse, Harrassment or Discrimination and are looking for guidance and support please contact one of the service providers outlined below.
You may download the crisis recognition and response tool.
Should you wish to talk to someone from Safe Places directly please CONTACT US

Duty to report 

There is a duty to report all incidents of suspected, observed, or disclosed abuse to your nearest Ministry of Social Services office, First Nations Child and Family Services Agency or local police/RCMP. The abuse of minors is illegal.  If you, or someone you know suspects that abuse is being perpetrated against someone under the age of 18, you must report it to the authorities.

Learn more about the Duty to Report and Saskatchewan Child Abuse Protocol.

Local Support

Southwest Crisis Services – 24 hours crisis line & safe shelter for abused women and their children.

Swift Current Community Youth Initiative – Provides free counselling services for youth and families to seek help.

Child & Family Services – to speak to a child protection worker please call 1 (306) 778-8219

Fresh Start EnRoute Counselling – Offers free counselling services to anyone, of any age, in any situation.

Canadian Mental Health Association – Swift Current Branch

Kids Help Phone 1800-668-6868

Contact someone via text message (text CONNECT to 686868), messenger or phone. All conversations with crisis responders are confidential. No data plan or wifi needed – available 24/7

1-800-668-6868

Respect in Sport Resource Line

The RRL Resource Line provides a confidential guidance on responding to Bullying, Abuse, Harassment, Discrimination, Child Protection Laws and more.

RRL