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Our Mission





The West Central Crisis & Family Support Centre’s mission is to provide support services to individuals and families experiencing violence and crisis in their lives,

as well as outreach programs to communities within our boundaries.

Our Goal is to Empower People to Create Solutions

The Centre has been serving West Central Saskatchewan residents since 1984. Our goal is to empower clients to take responsibility for their lives and to create workable solutions for individual or family problems.


Our Team

We're a small, friendly and talented team. We are dedicated to helping you!


Michelle Weber – Executive Director



Misty Leismeister – Personality Based Counsellor/Outreach Manager


Monica Shields –  Admin Triage Coordinator


Emil Eyford – Mental Health & Addictions Therapist



Christina Welker:  Interim Family Support (FSW) Coordinator


Bookkeeping – General Financial & Audit Information



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We are currently adding to our leadership team!

West Central Crisis & Family Support Centre Inc. (the Crisis Centre) is a board-driven organization.

Our Board of Directors has vacancies for individuals who want to help shape the future direction of the Crisis Centre.

Our Board Members bring a diverse assortment of skills in finance, leadership, governance, marketing, and communications, etc.


The Board meets once every month on the third Wednesday.


Interested? Email us at or


Adult Counselling

Child and Youth Counselling

Children Exposed to Violence (CEV)

Preventative Outreach programing

In Home Family Support

Domestic Violence & intimate Partner Violence and abuse Services

Crisis Intervention Services

Rapid Access Counselling Clinics

Groups Programs

client Advocacy



We have many programs to help support you.


Therapeutic and Front-Line Crisis Counselling

-Personal Stress, relationship breakdown, blended family struggles, loss/grief etc.

Interpersonal Violence and Abuse Programming

-Victim and survivor support experiencing (historical included) physical, mental, emotional, and sexual abuse, intimidation, and financial abuse etc.

Teen and Youth Empowerment Programming

-Empowered self-awareness building, self-esteem development, stress debrief, goal setting, peer mediation, etc.

Children Exposed to Violence Programming

-Counselling offered to youth aged 0-18 years who have or are witnessing abuse.

Family Support Program

-In-home support focused on improving wellbeing of family and reducing child protection concerns.

Outpatient/Day Treatment Program

-Addictions and acute mental health programming (Matrix)

-Outpatient based intensive day treatment (6 weeks) or unstructured intensive day treatment (16 weeks).

Transitional Safe Beds

-10-8 transitional bed facility available for individuals who have completed their detox program and are awaiting start dates for drug-treatment or housing programs.

Traumatic Events Response

-24-hour crisis line.  CISM responses to life events including defusing’s, debriefings, crisis management briefings, group and one on one interventions.

Mandated Counselling (Court and Correction Referred)

-Mandated programing examples: anger management, CBT counseling, mediation, supervision exchanges, permanent release plans, etc.

24 Hour Canadian Human Trafficking Hotline & Survivor Services

-Services available to those being trafficked for service (human, sexual, employment, immigration, drug/weapon transport etc.).

Combination programming/ Unknown referral/ Personalized Case Services

-Please contact us for more information on this program.

Case Conferencing

-Please contact us for more information on this program.

VTRA Services (Violence Threat Risk Assessment)

-Please contact us for more information on this program.

FIRST Program – Family Intervention Rapid Support Team
-Trained outreach workers provide intervention and collaborative, timely services to families in crisis across central west Saskatchewan. FIRST outreach workers will also provide intensive ongoing support to families to reduce the risk of future violence.

-By intervening earlier, the program aims to lower the likelihood of family violence and reduce demand for emergency services.

Rapid Access Counselling (JULY Implementation)

-WCCFSC has a new relationship and programing for Rapid Access Counselling clinics in partnership with Saskatchewan Health Authority.

-Children, youth, adults or couples may access counselling.

-Simply present at our clinic locations, and you will be able to see a qualified counsellor the same day.

-These sessions are a full counselling session, where you will have the opportunity to identify your primary concern, and what you hope to get out of the session.

-You will leave with something tangible to help you address your issues.

-Additionally, you may receive referrals to community or health if needed, or be referred to an ongoing counsellor within our agency.

-For more information on our Rapid Access Counselling Clinics, please contact West Central Crisis & Family Support Centre @ 306-463-6655

-Or to schedule your own appointment for Rapid Access Clinics across Saskatchewan follow the link below:

Service Coverage

Our coverage area. We will travel to help,

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Please feel to contact us at any time


Kindersley, SK.

#116-1st Avenue West, Box 2235, S0L 1S0

Office Hours:

Monday to Friday – 9:00am to 6:00pm (Clinical Hours)

We are a 24 hr Access Agency





24hr Crisis Line


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