Sobriety Home Foundation

Sobriety Home Foundation Offers Drug Addiction Treatment To Those From the Great Province of Saskatchewan

It’s hard to look past the beauty of a province like Saskatchewan. The picturesque fields, the diverse cities and of course the kind people who are proud to call Saskatchewan home. It is a province of great opportunity and success, and more and more Canadians are both visiting and setting up new lives within Saskatchewan’s rich and historic lands. With the growing economy and influx of people looking to make Saskatchewan home, there comes with that the issue of how to help those who succumb to substance abuse. How do we help them? Who can offer them a fighting chance to recover and lead prosperous lives? While there is no easy answer, Sobriety Home Foundation offers fantastic treatment programs for those from Saskatchewan and Canadians alike. Our way of doing things is a bit different, but the results speak for themselves, and given we are located a short drive from Ottawa, we offer a safe and friendly space for residents of Saskatchewan to focus on regaining their way of life.

Grasslands National Park in Saskatchewan is viewed by someone who has gone through addiction treatment and come out both better and healthy.

Dealing with an addiction to drugs is not easy, as every single one of us is so much different than the other. People from Saskatchewan are truly remarkable, but unfortunately many find themselves in the grip of addiction. At Sobriety Home we understand addiction is not a moral failing, and that it affects us all in a unique way. Someone’s treacherous journey through addiction is a personal and often humiliating experience, and the team at Sobriety Home knows it. We pride ourselves on our ability to maintain not only an excellent standard of care, but total privacy and confidentiality.

A strong and powerful Bison is photographed, symbolizing the strength of will many in Saskatchewan possess when it comes to recovering from an addiction to drugs.

From traditional cognitive based therapy, to yoga and meditation, we try our best to incorporate a variety of lifestyles and approaches into our treatment programs which we devise on an individual basis. We offer detox services, individual and group counselling, holistic practices, spiritual services and ongoing support to our clients when they have succeeded in treatment and are ready to return to their lives back home. If you, or someone very close to you is suffering, don’t hesitate to call us. Our team is prepared to do what is needed to help you or someone you love recover from a drug addiction, as well as prepare you or the person you care about for a brilliant new life free of drugs.

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Beautiful downtown Saskatoon at night is home to many drug addicts seeking to make a change in their lives and attain sobriety.



Treatment Addiction Services For Saskatchewan Residents

Community Health Services

178 Boundary Ave.
Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan
S0G 1S0
Phone: (866) 367-8743
Fax: (306) 332 3322

The Health Services Centre offers a variety of community programs and services for the residents of the Fort Qu'Appelle area. The services of a variety of health care professionals are available at the Fort Qu'Appelle Health Services Centre on a regular basis.



Davidson Health Centre

900 Government Rd.
Davidson, Saskatchewan
S0G 1A0
Toll-Free: (866) 268-9139 (Central Access)
Phone: (306) 567-2801

To provide better access to services for clients, the Region has developed community-based services that are available in the larger communities in the Region. Outlook, Rosetown, Kindersley, Unity and Biggar Health Centres all house Mental Health (Nurses and Counsellors), Addictions (Counsellors), and Therapies (Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapists).



Youth Addiction Services

1680 Albert St.
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4P 2S6
Phone: (306) 766-6700
Email: info@saskhealthauthority.ca

The services provided are designed to meet each child’s unique needs. An outreach approach is provided with the goal of addressing barriers to service. Staff plan with a variety of community members, professionals, and other agencies. This kind of coordinated approach is more likely to produce better, lasting results for children, youth, and their families. The services are provided in ways that are culturally affirming.



Addiction Services

101 -15th St. E.
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
S6V 1G1
Phone: (306) 765-6550 (Adult)
Phone: (306) 765-6565 (Youth)
Toll-Free: (855) 765-6550
Fax: (306) 765-6554

Services offered to adults 18 and over. Assisting those with substance abuse problems and offering ongoing support for both the individual affected and their families.



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Narcotics Anonymous Meetings in Saskatchewan

Narcotics anonymous, founded more than 50 years ago, brings recovering addicts together to build compassion and empathy amongst members. Based on the 12-step philosophy, NA has helped thousands of substance abusers both recover and prosper. Narcotics Anonymous is the second largest 12-step organization in the world and operates all around the globe.

Recovery Rocks

Open Meeting
Monday 9:00am

Friendship Inn
619 20 Street West
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7M 0X8

Serenity Group

Open Meeting
Wednesday 7:00pm

United Rentals
59 A 17th Street West
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
S6V 3X2


Sharing Recovery

Open Meeting
Saturday 8:00pm

Third Avenue United Church
13 Avenue Street
North Battleford, Saskatchewan
S9A 1G4

Flying Dust

Open Meeting
Tuesday 8:00pm

8001 Flying Dust First Nation
Native Reserve
Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan
S9X 1T8