Also known as Speedy Creek, Swift Current is the fifth largest city in Saskatchewan. Here, we will continue our work with local people and organizations to address systemic social challenges, raise support and advocate for change on behalf of our community’s most vulnerable people.
211 Saskatchewan is a free, confidential service that connects individuals with up-to-date information on human services in the province. By dialing 2-1-1, texting 2-1-1, or starting a web chat session at sk.211.ca, you can connect with a Service Navigator who will refer you to appropriate programs to address your needs. You can also search for services through an independent search online.
This connection to community, non-emergent health, and government services is available 24/7/365. 211 Saskatchewan is available to anyone, free of charge, and is always confidential. Over the phone, 211 Saskatchewan service is available in over 175 languages, including 17 Indigenous languages.
In 2022, the top needs reported from Swift Current callers were:
- Income Support and Employment (30.1%)
- Health Care (23.9%)
- Mental Health and Substance Use (19.5%)
- Basic Needs (15.9%)
- Criminal Justice and Legal Services (4.4%)