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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What's New At Phoenix?

Reaching Home
We were honored to be featured in a story by CBC highlighting the positive impact the federal "Reaching Home" program has for homeless people trying to stay safe in pandemic.

Here is a link to the story:

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/housing-homeless-pandemic-1.5901596
Homeless Memorial
We would like to thank the City of Regina through the Community Investment Grant Program and Culture Grant for their contribution to the Homeless Memorial this year, in partnership with John Howard Society of Saskatchewan and Street Culture Project.

Their support through this grant was critical to ensuring people that have lost their lives to homelessness were able to be remembered and honored on the night of our vigil.
A big thank-you for the donation of PPE from Bianca Amor's Liquidation Supercentre. Your support of local community organizations during these times is so appreciated! Did you know they donated over 4 pallets of PPE to help support vulnerable populations in our city? ❤️ (This is just a preview of the NINE boxes we recieved!)And we can’t forget to thank United Way Regina, who receives and organizes these massive donations, and has done so much to support local organizations throughout the pandemic. We are so grateful for the continued support of our community, it enables us to make sure we’re doing the best job we can to support the individuals we work with safely. ... See MoreSee Less
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Schizophrenia is indisputably one of the most stigmatized and poorly understood mental illnesses. Approximately 3.2 million people live with schizophrenia in the U.S., which can be triggered by a combination of genetics and environment. It distorts the way a person thinks, acts, expresses emotions, perceives reality, and relates to others. People with schizophrenia experience psychosis, an experience where a person can’t tell what’s real from what’s imagined, they may lose touch with their reality, engage in strange behavior. It is an extremely challenging condition to live with, but recovery is possible. A wonderful example of the brilliance of some people living with schizophrenia is Nobel Prize Winner John Nash. Elyn Saks, a Yale Law School Graduate and Professor at the USC is an inspiring example of the possibilities of living with schizophrenia (TED Talk: bit.ly/2ZHDCAZ). Please stand up for, support people living with schizophrenia – too few people do, sadly. Meet people affected by - those living with or support someone - schizophrenia on ForLikeMinds.comIf you’re living with schizophrenia, please be extra careful. A recent study found that people with schizophrenia were nearly three times more likely to die from COVID-19. www.webmd.com/lung/news/20210128/covid-especially-risky-with-schizophrenia#1 ... See MoreSee Less
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We want to give a special thank you to the City of Regina for their contributions from the Community Investment Grant Program Culture Grant that has been used to support members of our HOMES Housing First program.‘It helps me ‘mentally, spiritually, and with blessings, smudging, and ceremonies such as the pipe ceremony- I thank you for all teaching.’‘I like to come here to share our stories and culture’‘They help me ‘stay in touch with myself.’ I talk about my ‘beading, smudge and how I’m doing.’ Through the contribution of the City of Regina | Municipal Government we are able to provide critical support to those most in need. These supports are imperative to support people as they move along their healing journeys. Here is a glimpse of a beading project one of the program participants has been working on thanks to the contribution. ... See MoreSee Less
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We would like to thank the City of Regina through the Community Investment Grant Program Culture Grant for their contribution to ensuring we were able to host the Homeless Memorial again this year in partnership with John Howard Society of Saskatchewan and Street Culture Project. Their support through this grant was critical to ensuring people that have lost their lives to homelessness were able to be remembered and honored on the night of our vigil. City of Regina | Municipal Government #yqrhm #yqrhm2021 ... See MoreSee Less
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We would like to say a huge thank you to Susan and Gary Blythe of Gary Blythe Vacuum. They have supported the memorial over the past years, and we were so grateful again to have received such a generous donation as a Platinum sponsor. Their donation will be going directly to the purchase of warm clothing for those in need. #yqrhm #yqrhm2021Regina Homeless Memorial ... See MoreSee Less
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Make sure you take a few minutes to watch the video that goes along with the written news story we shared yesterday! ... See MoreSee Less
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