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General information about autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), and what services are available from government and the health system:

This brochure includes contact information for autism services offered by Saskatchewan health regions. (February 2010)

Regional ASD Services

ASD consultants can screen for the possibility of ASD, refer for diagnosis and assessment, and facilitate the development and implementation of a support and/or treatment plan for individuals up to to the age of 19 years.

ASD support workers can implement specific ASD therapy plans under the supervision of an ASD consultant for children who have not yet successfully transitioned to school.



Athabasca Health Authority 


Cypress Health Region 
E.I Wood Building - 350 Cheadle Street West
Swift Current, SK   S9H 4G3


Five Hills Health Region
Autism Spectrum Disorders Program
679 Hall Street
Moose Jaw, SK   S6H 2S1


Heartland Health Region
P.O. Box 1538 Unity Sub office
Unity, SK  S0K 4L0

Ext: 222

Kelsey Trail Health Region
P.O. Box 389
#7-233 Centre Street
Nipawin, SK  S0E 1E0

Keewatin Yatthé Health Region
Health Promotion

Mamewetan Churchill River Health Region
Community Health Services

Prairie North Health Region
Community Health Services
Co-op Plaza, Suite 101, 4910 - 50th Street
Lloydminster, SK   S9V 0Y5

Prince Albert Parkland Health Region
Mental Health Services - Intake Services
P.O. Box 3003
Prince Albert, SK   S6V 6G1

Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region
Child and Youth Services - Intake Services
1680 Albert Street
Regina, SK   S4P 2S6

 Autism Centre (Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region)
ASD Programming
2166 Broad Street
Regina, SK   S4P 1Y5


Saskatoon Health Region
Autism Services
609 - 25th Street East
Saskatoon, SK   S7K 0L7

Sun Country Health Region
Child and Youth Services
P.O Box 2003
900 Saskatchewan Drive A
Weyburn, SK   S4H 2Z9
Sunrise Health Region
Children's Therapy Program
200 Bradbrooke Drive
Yorkton, SK   S3N 2K5


Community-based organizations and other sources of information and services. 

Autism Resource Centre

Provides services in the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region for people aged 19 to 35 with autism spectrum disorder and summer programs.  Programs emphasize functional work behaviours, vocational skills, and life and social skills in a nurturing environment.  They also facilitate therapeutic summer programs for youth aged 7 to 18.   

3663 Sherwood Drive, REGINA, SK   S4R 4A7
Phone: (306) 569-0858        Fax: (306) 569-0889

Autism Services

A Saskatoon-based service agency which provides consultative supports, as well as education, referral and advocacy services to parents of children with an autism spectrum disorder. Recreational, social and social skill and summer programming available to children and adolescents with autism. Adult residential services.

609 25th Street East, SASKATOON, SK   S7K 0L7
Phone: (306) 665-7013      Fax: (306) 665-7011

Department of Child & Youth - Psychiatry

Psychiatric assessments, based on physicians' referrals.

103 Hospital Drive, 241 Ellis Hall
Royal University Hospital, SASKATOON SK     S7N 0W8
Phone: (306) 966-7531        Fax: (306) 966-8250

Community Living Division - Ministry of Social Services

Provides respite subsidy and some other support to persons with an intellectual disability.

Check your telephone directory under Government of Saskatchewan, Ministry of Social Services - Community Living Division or see the website:

Early Childhood Intervention Program (ECIP) - Ministry of Education

Provides home based services involving parents of children with disabilities or who are at risk. May also provide advocacy, case management and transition support to centre based programs. 

Refer to their website for regional contact information.

Saskatchewan Association for Community Living

Provides advocacy, public awareness, and assistance with accessing respite resources and employment for persons with an intellectual disability.

3031 Louise Street, SASKATOON, SK     S7J 3L1
Phone: (306) 955-3344     Fax: (306) 373-3070
Saskatchewan Association for Community Living Family Network

Provides opportunities for families who live with intellectual disability to connect through phone, e-mail, newsletter, and regional and provincial gatherings.

3031 Louise Street, SASKATOON, SK    S7J 3L1
Phone: (306) 955-3344  ext. 119   Fax: (306) 373-3070

Intensive Supports for Students in the pre-K to grade 12 Education System - Ministry of Education 

Provides professional development, consultative support through the ACCESS Program, and the resource Teaching Students With Autism: A Guide for Educators (1998).

2220 College Avenue, REGINA, SK   S4P 4V9
Phone: (306) 787-1183      Fax: (306) 787-0277

SASKFEAT (Saskatchewan Families for Effective Autism Treatment, Inc.)

Provides local representation, support, resources, advocacy to high risk families with medically necessary treatment for individuals with ASD, throughout the province of Saskatchewan.

Box 483, SHAUNAVON, SK   S0N 2M0
Phone: (306) 297-3931     
Related Links

Services, information and resources related to autism spectrum disorders, including Asperger's syndrome.

Support for people with long term disabilities or illnesses.

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