Free Suicide Safety Skills Training for Tourism and Hospitality

Tourism and hospitality is a people-facing industry. There are times when it may be important to recognize when someone may be thinking about suicide and connect them to further help. 
The Ministry of Health has partnered with LivingWorks to provide free LivingWorks Start suicide prevention training. Tourism Saskatchewan, Service Hospitality and Hospitality Saskatchewan have joined together to make this course available to tourism and hospitality employers and workers in Saskatchewan. [...]

We Have Made Incredible Strides

ALLAN KEHLER, International Keynote Speaker, Mental Health Advocate

12 years ago, I was invited to a community where I was asked to speak about mental health. The event took place at 7:00 pm in the library of a school. At 7:05 pm I had two people in my audience, and they were the janitors. I am pretty sure that they just didn't want to work lol.

At the time, most people weren't comfortable walking through the doors of an event where mental health was the focus. Fast forward to today, and we have made incredible strides. That in large part, is thanks to you. [...]


YOU ARE NOT ALONE: Mental Health Resources for All

Financial struggles, tough economic times, family conflict, and relationship troubles can affect your mental health, and mental health problems can make these challenges even more difficult to navigate. Whether it is for yourself or someone else (an employee, co-worker, friend), there are supports in place that are accessible to you. 

  • Visit the Canadian Mental Health Association, Saskatchewan Division, website at
  • Visit Mobile Crisis Services online ( or call one of their helplines (306) 757-0127
  • Farm/Rural Stress Line (800) 667-4442
  • Healthline 8-1-1

Remember, you are not alone. If you have even the smallest question or concern, contact any of the resources listed above right away.