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Maternal Mental Health

Accessing Services:

*By physician referral only

Please contact your family doctor to discuss your mental health needs.  Together you and your physician may decide that this is an appropriate service for you.

Who Do We Serve?

We provide services to women of all ages who are pregnant, and/or one year postpartum, who are experiencing mental health concerns.

Services Offered:

In partnership between Saskatoon Health Region, University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine and West Winds Primary Health Centre. 

Functions primarily as a consultation service.  It provides both psychiatric and psychological consultations, with limited follow-up. 

*We do not provide long-term psychiatric care, long-term counselling, grief and loss counselling.

Service Providers:

A Psychiatrist, who provides psychiatric consultation for diagnosis and treatment of maternal mental health concerns.

A Clinical Psychologist,  who provides consultation and psychotherapy regarding maternal mental health issues during pregnancy and the postpartum period.

A Nurse Coordinator, who makes the initial contact with women referred to the program.

Contact Information:

If you are interested in receiving further information and/or interested in accessing services, please call:

Centralized Intake Line:

Phone:  306-655-7777

Last Modified: Tuesday, February 2, 2021 |
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