Counselling Support

Prairie Spirit School Division counsellors are available to support students around a variety of needs. School-based counselling is typically short-term counselling focused on issues that impact students during their school day. Counselling is a confidential service. Referrals for counselling may be made by students, parents, or the school team. Ordinarily, counsellors may see a student up to three times before being required to submit a Request for Involvement Form (parental consent).

If the needs of a student are deemed to require long-term counselling, or involve complex issues, counsellors may work with the students and their families to access community mental health services.

Perdue School Counsellor

Carmelle Blomquist

24 Hour Emergency Contacts
911 Emergency Services911
Biggar RCMP306-948-6600
Saskatoon Mobile Crisis306-933-6200
Suicide Prevention Canada1-833-456-4566
Kids Help Phone1-800-668-6868
Kids Help Text686868
Sexual Assault Crisis Line306-244-2224
YWCA (Crisis Shelter)306-244-2844
Community Resources
West Central Crisis and Family Support Center306-463-6655
Biggar Mediclinic306-948-3331
Sask Central Victim Services306-385-2683
Catholic Family Services (Saskatoon)306-244-7773
Family Services (Saskatoon)306-244-0127
Youth and Mental Health Services306-655-7777
Youth Protection306-933-7445
Web Resources
Canadian Mental Health Association
Anxiety Canada
Learning Disability Association of Saskatchewan

Prairie Spirit Student and Parent Career and Post-Secondary Education Resources