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.
Our Board of Directors
Leah Perrault - President
Devin Leoppky - Vice-President
Brandie Appel- Treasurer
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.
To take action to prevent and alleviate violence and abuse by
empowering people to be confident, knowledgeable about healthy relationships,
and have the capacity to thrive.
We Can Help
If you have experienced abuse, or know someone who has, we are here to help..... 24 hours a day.
We can provide information or referrals, or are available as someone just to talk.
All calls are confidential.
Southwest Crisis Services
Swift Current, SK S9H 3X3