Our Mission

We are committed to building healthy families and communities. Through the support of our programs, our clients will feel more confident and competent,be more knowledgeable about healthy, abuse-free relationships, and have new resources to help them thrive.

All services are free of charge.


Southwest Crisis Services is a non-profit community-based organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Located in Swift Current, Southwest Crisis Services serves the entire southwest corner of Saskatchewan.

Southwest Crisis Services was established in October 1984 as a result of a merger of the Swift Current Sexual Assault Centre and Southwest Action Group for Battered Women. The Crisis Line, answered 24 hours a day, came into service in October 1985 and includes both a local and a toll-free number. Southwest Safe Shelter was opened in March 1989, followed by the establishment of Genesis House (Second-stage housing) in June 1993.

Southwest Crisis Services is a member agency of the Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services (PATHS), a non-profit organization whose membership consists of Transition and Interval Houses, Temporary Emergency Shelters, and Second Stage Housing that provides services to abused women and their children.

Southwest Crisis Services

"Building healthier families and communities together"

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Our Board of Directors
Executive:
Lindsay Gates - President
Marla Kerr - Vice-President
Ted Wallin - Treasurer
Bula Ghosh -Secretary

Directors:
Donalee Dekowny
Joanne Matsalla
Peter L'Heureux
Catherine Aguilar
Denise McKechnie
Emily Rempel
Marisha Wagner
Our Fundraising
Southwest Crisis Services has charitable status (#119158780RR0001) with the Canadian Revenue Agency and issues charitable receipts for any monetary donation over $10.
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