Places for Support

New & Expectant Parents

Prenatal Class | 306.820.6225

Classes offer information about pregnancy, delivery and newborn care.

Online Prenatal Class

SK – | 306.446.8600
AB –

Postnatal Follow Up | 306.820.6225

Early Hearing Detection and Intervention | 844.314.6805

Alberta’s Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) Program is a province-wide screening program offered by Alberta Health Services (AHS). The program identifies permanent hearing loss early in baby’s life. This ensures follow-up and support can be provided sooner to babies and the families. All babies born in Alberta, or born to parents living in Alberta, are eligible for hearing screening within 90 days of birth. It’s best for babies to be screened by 1 month of age.

New Parent Consults

New Parent Consults provides information on topics such as: Healthy pregnancy, parent/child relationships (attachment & bonding); Infant care & reading baby’s cues; Mental health & wellness, including self-care; Parental relationships; Infant development; Safety and Community services & resources.

Mothers First

A weekly group for mothers of infants to connect with one another & to learn about and practise self-care. Discussions focus on the experiences and needs of new mothers who are concerned about or potentially experiencing stress, anxiety or Postpartum Depression.

Breastfeeding Support

Lactation Consultant | 306.820.6225

Support for breastfeeding mothers and mothers with breastfeeding issues.

Crisis or Emergency Support

Emergencies: Ambulance, Fire, RCMP


24 Hour Professional Health Advice

811 for AB & SK |

When you call 811, a licensed health care professional will give you options and information to help you with health related questions or concerns. A registered nurse will assess your symptoms and help you decide whether to treat your own symptoms, go to a clinic, see your primary health care provider or access emergency medical care, if necessary. Available 24 hours. Confidential. Free of charge. Translation available in over 100 languages.

Lloydminster Sexual Assault Services | 24 Hour Crisis Line: 306.825.8255

Lloydminster Sexual Assault Services (LSAS) supports children, youth, adults and families who have experienced sexual abuse/assault or bullying. Individual sessions offer a client-centered approach both at the agency or at various outreach locations in Lloydminster and surrounding communities. Sessions can include court preparation, healthy coping skills, stress/anger management, healthy relationships, self-esteem, self-harm, trauma informed yoga, emotional freedom tapping, art and play integration and more. Service options also include the 24 Hour Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) and the Little Bear Child and Youth Advocacy Centre program. Education, group programs and training opportunities are also available.

Interval Home Crisis & Support Line

Call 780.875.0966 | Text 780.808.1777

Provides confidential, anonymous service, crisis intervention, information about mental health programs and services and referrals to other agencies if needed. The Lloydminster Interval Home Society is dedicated to developing lifetimes of well-being and healthy relationships for all. They exist to provide safety, support and education and are proud to offer a variety of programs and services to support women, children, and youth. Services provided include confidential crisis intervention, information, referrals, and emotional and practical support.

Family Violence Line | 310.1818
(when calling within AB)

Provides information about family violence programs and services, as well as advice and support.

Mental Health & Addictions - Saskatchewan

HealthLine also provides mental health and addictions support. HealthLine’s registered psychiatric nurses and social workers can offer crisis counseling and strategies to help you manage your situation or give you information about resources in your community. Available 24 hours. Confidential. Free of charge. Translation available in over 100 languages.

Mental Health Help Line - Alberta | 1.877.303.2642

Provides confidential, anonymous service, crisis intervention, information about mental health programs and services and referrals to other agencies if needed.

Home Based Support

Midwest Family Connections

A variety of home based services are offered to parents of infants, toddlers and preschoolers who are experiencing or at risk for developmental delays. Resources and information are provided to assist with child development, parenting & family dynamics and community connections. Early Childhood Intervention Programs (ECIP), Home Visitation, Parent Child Assistance Program, First Steps, Indigenous ECIP & Family Support, Preschool Mental Health Initiative.

Find a Doctor

Saskatchewan Health Authority | 306.820.5997

Call to book an appointment or to get a list of current physicians and find out who is accepting new patients. Walk In Clinic at the Prairie North Health Centre. Call for hours.

Lloydminster Primary Care Network | 780.874.0490

The PCN provides physician and supportive health services.

Public Health

Saskatchewan Health Authority | 306.820.6225

Child Health Clinics provide an opportunity to improve child health and wellness through counseling and immunizations.

Community Support

Lloyd Supports

A guide to supports in our community

  • Food
  • Housing
  • Income Support
  • and more

The Olive Tree | 780.870.1060

Services aim to reconnect isolated people and families to communities of support by providing services in the area of homelessness, hunger relief and education. Services include: food focused support, free community meals, social groups, emergency food hampers and support obtaining clothing, household goods and other necessities. Free transportation is offered to many of the programs.

Lloydminster Native Friendship Centre

306.825.6558 |

The Centre offers community access, education, cultural workshops, nutrition programs, outreach and employment training and personal empowerment programs. Services include: food support, free soup and bannock meal, community clothes closet, free bread and baked goods daily Mon-Fri, emergency meals and household goods when available.

Community Inclusion Support

Inclusion Lloydminster & Inclusion Alberta


Support available to children, youth and adults with developmental disabilities and their families to create good lives through inclusion in recreation, relationships, education, employment, and family life. Available to both Alberta and Saskatchewan residents.

Counselling Support

Catholic Social Services Lloydminster | 780.875.9084

Counselling: Counselling and wellness services for people of all faiths and culture. Focuses on strategies for happy and healthy lifestyle choices, and to cope with difficulties such as; emotional, job or financial stress, marriage and family, and addictions.

Supervised Visits: Supervised visits are provided for children and non-residential parents, grandparents or other significant persons, to protect the right of safety and connections between family and children.

Fostercare: Make a difference in the life of a family, become a Foster Parent. Foster packages available, information sessions and Orientation Caregiver Training.

* Contact individual organizations for further details.