The former Prince Albert Parkland Health Region provides mental health and addiction services. While the main offices are in Prince Albert, services are available in other communities within the region.

Prince Albert Mental Health Center 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.

The clinic is staffed by Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Community Mental Health Nurses, Social Workers, Mental Health Therapists, and clerical/support staff. The clinic is located in the lower level of the Victoria Square building at the Regional Health Centre Site in Prince Albert. Telehealth Services are available throughout the Region. Ask your Mental Health Professional for details.

Mental Health Outpatient Services 

Prince Albert Victoria Square
2345 10th Ave West
Phone:          306-765-6055
Facsimile:    306-765-6349
Toll-free:      1-888-765-6055 

Walk-in Service
  • Monday to Friday
  • 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
  • 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. (last appointment start 3:30 p.m.)
  • (Please note that this does not include Psychiatric services, consult your doctor for medication management)
  • Walk-in Services Pamphlet

Parkland Integrated Health Centre, Shellbrook
Phone:     306-747-4278 

Spiritwood & District Health Complex
Phone:     306-883-4262

Adult Services

  • Individual assessment and treatment
  • Anxiety and depression groups
  • Maternal mental health support
  • Consultative services
  • Decentralized clinics
  • Geriatric mental health consultation
  • Grief counseling (individual & group)

Child and Youth Services

  • Individual assessment and treatment
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder Services
  • Cognitive Disability Strategy    
  • Grief counseling and annual Healing Hurting Hearts Camp
  • School-based counselling services
  • Child and youth development clinic
  • Decentralized clinics
  • Residential Support & Training Consultant
  • Clinical consultation
  • Child and Youth Group Services for Anxiety and Depression
  • Child & Youth Development Clinic brochure

Forensic Services

  • Court ordered assessment under the Youth Criminal Justice Act
  • Individual and group counseling /treatment
  • High Risk Violent Youth Offender Program
  • Adolescent Sexual Offender Treatment Program
  • Consultative Services

Psychiatric Services

  • Psychiatric consultation and treatment for children and youth
  • Adult psychiatric treatment and assessment services
  • Community Mental Health Nursing and rehabilitation services
  • Consultative services

Mental Health Inpatient Services 

Regional Mental Health Centre
Phone:     306-765-6053

Online Therapy

The Online Therapy Unit is funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Rx & D Foundation, and the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation and has received ethics approval from the University of Regina Research Ethics Board

Alcohol, Other Drugs & Problem Gambling 

We offer the following outpatient services to all clients:

  • Screening, assessment, counseling , treatment planning, support & follow-up counseling
  • Referral to inpatient, self-help & other community resources
  • Education, support & counseling for people affected by someone else’s substance abuse or problem gambling
  • Information to the public (videos, fact sheets, self-help lists, community educator available for presentations/resources)
  • Rural Services available in Shellbrook, Spiritwood, Big River, Meath Park, Birch Hills, and Kinistino​

Smoking Cessation

  • One to one counseling: over the phone or in Prince Albert office
  • Cessation group education
  • On site prevention/ education presentations: tailored to any group or age requested
  • Resources/ referrals to support close to your location outside of Prince Albert

Contact Addiction Services at:
Phone          306-765-6550
Or toll free   1-855-765-6550

Urban Services

  • Walk in and Open Access for youth and adults
  • Services in Carlton, Wesmor, PACI , St Mary’s & Wonska High Schools
  • Services in the Prince Albert Youth Residence, Prince Albert Correctional Centre & Pine Grove Correctional Centre
  • Services in the Victoria Hospital Emergency, the wards & Mental Health Inpatient
  • Support & facilitation in regard to the Youth Mandated Detox & Stabilization Act
  • Women’s Programs including Discovering Empowerment for Women and Women’s Weekly Support Group


Addiction Services 

Prince Albert Office

101 – 15th Street East, Prince Albert, SK
*Please use the door at the west end by the Bus Depot
Phone:         306-765-6550
Toll Free:     1-855-765-6550
General FAX: 306-765-6554
Referral FAX: 306-763-0200

Walk-in Services

Other Locations 

Spiritwood and District Health Complex – 306-883-8004
Birch Hills School – 306-749-3301
Kinistino School – 306-864-2252
Meath Park School – 306-929-2133
Big River School – 306-469-0019

Gambling Help Line 1-800-306-6789

Brief and Social Detox Regional Health Centre site
No Referral Required
Call for bed availability – 306-765-6700

Family Treatment Centre – Regional Health Centre site
Referral Required
For inquiries call: 306-765-6375

Spiritual Care 

The Spiritual Care Department is committed to providing integrated and holistic health care to patients and their families. Spiritual care strives to pay equal attention to all aspects of a patient’s life including their physical, spiritual, social and cultural well-being. This is a reflection of the World Health Organization’s position that health is more than just the absence of disease and that treating a person’s body is only one part of complete healthcare. Spiritual Care is part of the continuum of care that is provided in health organizations. The goal is that such care has a visible and integral place in the accreditation process of Accreditation Canada. Spiritual care operates within a multi-cultural and multi-faith framework and is respectful of individual differences of faith and denominations. Our Spiritual Care staff provide a connection for patients to their faith in a way that is meaningful to them and helps them to better understand and cope with their illness.

The Spiritual Care Department is staffed with volunteers.

The department is also able to provide 24-hour, on-call service through the committed efforts of local Clergy within the community. On-call Chaplains can be reached after hours and weekends by calling 306-960-4638.

You will see Spiritual Care working within the former Prince Albert Parkland Health Region by:

  • Providing care, support and counseling services to patients and their families.
  • Organizing and conducting worship events.
  • Working as a liaison between patients and their faith communities by coordinating referrals and creating awareness of additional services.
  • Facilitating educational opportunities and in-services in various facilities within the region.
  • Facilitating grief support groups and bereavement services for families and staff and a bereavement camp for children who have been touched by loss.
  • Supporting a multi-disciplinary approach to care by networking with various departments through weekly rounds and representing Spiritual Care on the Ethics Committee.
  • Working closely to support families in who have suffered the sudden loss of a loved one or the tragic news of serious illness.
  • Providing dignified end-of-life care and support to Palliative patients and their families.
  • Promoting a strong spiritual presence within healthcare by enriching the lives of patients, staff and families through comforting support, worship and faith.