Since 1989, Kids Help Phone has provided life-changing help and hope to young people in Canada. In 1999, we opened our regional office in Saskatchewan to raise awareness among youth and engage the community to donate, fundraise and partner in our mission. Kids Help Phone is always open in any moment of crisis or need. We are a charity delivering anonymous and confidential counselling, information and referrals to young people 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in English and French. Often, we are the only source of support available after hours and around the clock in rural and remote communities across the province.

Help us be an ally to young people in need! How you can help:

  • As a charity, Kids Help Phone relies on donations to ensure we can remain always open — donate today!
  • Sponsor an event. Please contact us for more information on these opportunities.
  • Fundraise for Kids Help Phone — host an event, get your employer involved, take action.
  • Volunteer with us — we rely on the gift of time from our volunteers to support our community-based awareness and fundraising programs.
  • Create a Kids Help Phone School Club.


For more information about how to get involved or to make a donation, please contact your regional rep,  Kim Mardero:

Contact us by email

Regional office location:

Kids Help Phone, Saskatchewan
PO Box 61017, Grant Park
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M 3X8
T 204.770.8053

Our counsellors are the most available, accessible direct support, without intermediaries, that a young person can find. By phone or online, we are also a seamless resource — offering a bridge for young people to community supports and services where available. We are able to link them directly to local supports through Canada’s most comprehensive resource database of youth-facing programs.

In 2017, in Saskatchewan:

  • there were 16,676 website visits to connect to service or view tools and resources.
  • we received 3,586 calls or approximately 10 calls per day
  • there were 1,484 Chat counselling sessions, or 8% of all Chat counselling sessions
  • youth discussed substance use/misuse or addictions 46% more than the national average.
  • 48% of all counselling sessions were with young people aged 14-16 – higher than the national average of 40%.
  • suicide/Suicide Related concerns were the top issues discussed with Kids Help Phone counsellors.
  • crisis intervention took place in 15% of counselling sessions with youth, slightly higher than the national average.


Past Events:

Walk so Kids Can Talk

What an incredible day it was at the Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO. Thank you for joining our national day of community action and for celebrating Mental Health Week with us!

To see local event photos visit our Walk event page.