Who Are We?


Phoenix Residential Society is a charitable non-profit community based health care organization providing psychosocial (psychiatric) rehabilitation services to persons in Regina with psychiatric disorders, concurrent disorders (psychiatric & substance abuse) and persons who are chronically homeless, persons with acquired brain injury (ABI) and other cognitive disabilities.
About Us


What Is Our Vision?


Strengthening Community by Supporting Recovery.


What Is Our Mission?


To provide recovery oriented services that foster empowerment, promote hope, and build connectedness in the community.


Our Core Values:


Person Centered
Team Oriented
Integrity
Compassion
Passion


How Are We Financed?


Phoenix receives funds from a variety of sources including the Saskatchewan Health Authority, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health, Ministry of Social Services, Saskatchewan Government Insurance and funding through the Federal Reaching Home Program. A small percentage of revenue is provided through self-payers, and charitable donations.
We provide income tax receipts for donations made directly to Phoenix, or donate by following the link below:


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Great news!To help relieve pressure on Emergency Departments and better serve patients, the Government of Saskatchewan is dedicating $30 million to future construction of Urgent Care Centres in Saskatoon and Regina.

Urgent Care Centres provide an alternative to emergency departments for an illness or injury that is not life threatening but can't wait until the next day, including mental health and addiction supports. The centres help to reduce wait times for people requiring urgent or emergent care by freeing up space in hospital emergency departments.

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