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

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?

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Regina Homeless Memorial: Mallory

February 22, 2022
From the Regina Homeless Memorial Facebook page: Committee member Mallory weighs in about Covid-19 and how it has impacted those experiencing homelessness #reginahomelessmemorial #yqrhm…


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Regina Homeless Memorial: Yellow Creek Singers

February 22, 2022
From the Regina Homeless Memorial Facebook page: If you haven’t had a chance to check out the Homeless Memorial video yet, scroll down to the video to listen to the powerful honor song offered by the Yellow Creek Singers. (10:12-15:05) #yqrhm #yqrhm2022…


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Regina Homeless Memorial: Steven

February 22, 2022
From the Regina Homeless Memorial Facebook page: Join in to listen to Steven Ledoux talk about his heartbreaking experiences in homelessness. “They’re people, we’re all people. It would be nice to see that they’re remembered somehow in a good way.” Scroll in this Regina Homeless Memorial event video to 16:34-18:09 #yqrhm #yqrhm2022…


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Thanks to South SK Community Foundation!

March 23, 2021
A huge thank-you to the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation for helping us out with a grant to improve the access to technology for residents across our programs! With so many things happening virtually these days, this grant allowed us buy tablets that can be used for virtual appointments, groups, and entertainment. These tablets have been invaluable to our residents, especially…


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Community Initiatives Fund

March 1, 2021
Phoenix Residential Society was very fortunate to receive some funding in 2020 through the Community Initiatives Fund Grant to run recreational and educational health promotion programs to improve the quality of lives of our residents. Another important aspect of the grant was to build employment and leadership skills in some of our peers through mentorship. The following video is a…


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Donation thanks!

February 24, 2021
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 received!) And we can’t forget to thank United Way…


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We are excited to welcome a new addition to our agency who has been hired as a Harm Reduction Support Worker, so please welcome Madison!Madison will be offering groups open to anyone who may be looking for supports in the area for harm reduction, so would love to have you join!Harm reduction is about reducing any harms and about breaking stigma around substance use and addiction within the community. This type of practice benefits the people using substances, their families, and the community. Please come join Madison for the first Peer Support Group on November 22nd at 10AM at 2035 C Osler St, she can't wait to meet you! ... See MoreSee Less
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📢‼️📢‼️Phoenix Residential Society is hiring part-time/casual staff in our McEwen Manor program!McEwen Manor supports individuals with mental health diagnoses in a residential setting. There is also a small caseload of people with cognitive disabilities. Staff provides many different supports depending on the need of the residents, including administering medication, helping with activities of daily living, assistance with groceries, help with appointments, and programming. If you think you’d be a great addition to this team, email Eryn at to apply or for more information (including a job description). Shifts are often weekends and holidays, the ability to provide weekday coverage as needed is an asset.📢‼️📢‼️ ... See MoreSee Less
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On September 29, Phoenix staff and residents did an Orange Shirt Day walk in recognition of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. It was a great show of support from all of our teams--our board, management team, and every program had someone there to truly come together as an agency in the spirit of education and reflection.#OrangeShirtDay #NationalDayforTruthAndReconciliation ... See MoreSee Less
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September 30 marks the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, also known as Orange Shirt Day. We take this day to recognize the history of residential schools, and acknowledge the harms still caused by colonial systems and practices. This day recognizes and mourns the many children who never came home; as well as the families, communities, and cultures that continue to be impacted by the trauma.Phoenix continues efforts to provide important education to staff, as well as to help those we serve to tell their stories, in whatever ways they find healing. We also strive to assist those who are interested in reconnecting with cultural practices they may have lost touch with. We strongly believe we have a place in answering some of the 94 Calls to Action, and in being advocates and pushing to have our governments and systems answer the Calls to Action as well.Our offices are closed for the day, but supports are still being provided to those we serve, as we understand that many may need the extra support on a day where many are mourning countless losses that so many of us have the privilege of not fully understanding.#NationalDayforTruthAndReconciliation #OrangeShirtDay ... See MoreSee Less
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The individual in yesterday's post has been found. Thank you ... See MoreSee Less
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