SAVE THE DATE!
MACSI 2020 AGM will be held virtually this year on July 13, 2020, 6:00PM.
More details to come.
Seniors can self-identify or be referred and submit orders, by form or by phone (306-655-4575), or orders can be submitted on behalf of Seniors known to be facing food security challenges. Order form can be found at CHEP.org by scrolling down through Good Food Delivery.
A NEW Beginning
Métis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc. (MACSI) is a provincial community based addictions agency with locations in three cities across the province, Saskatoon, Regina and Prince Albert. We welcome Métis, First Nations and Non Aboriginal people who are seeking support to live safer, healthier lives free of the harmful effects of addictions. MACSI’s programs and services are unique. They are informed by a broad spectrum of influences. This includes knowledge of our Métis heritage, traditional Aboriginal teachings, the 12 step recovery model, Saskatchewan’s Clinical Principles for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Services in Saskatchewan, up-to-date research and emerging trends in the field of addictions.
Caring and qualified addictions counsellors at each centre help individuals to find the service and support that fits best. MACSI offers individualized treatment, hope and empowerment through inpatient treatment, outpatient services, drop-in day programming and community field work for youth and adults.
If you, or someone you know, is seeking help for substance addictions, call us for more information. Our services are covered by Saskatchewan health, private and offer a safe place to begin the journey to recovery.
Call Toll Free
Prince Albert Treatment Centre 1-866-722-2155
Saskatoon Treatment Centre 1-877-652-8951
Regina Treatment Centre 1-866-815-6515
How do I Make a Referral?
MACSI Treatment Centres work with other service providers throughout the province to meet a range of addictions treatment needs.
To access Inpatient Services at the MACSI Centres, we require a completed assessment package. Download the Assessment Package by clicking on each of the links to a PDF document. You will need Adobe Reader to open the documents. Print the PDF documents, fill out the forms and submit to the MACSI Centre of your choice. For contact information see the page of each centre.
If you have trouble opening the documents in Firefox, click the download arrow and save to your computer; in Chrome click the save icon and save to your computer. If you still need assistance, please contact Core office or a MACSI Centre.
- Referral Agent Checklist print
- Primary Assessment print
- Primary Assessment fillable pdf link (Internet Explorer preferred)
- Primary Assessment Interview Guide print
- Medical Form print
- Preparing for your Treatment Stay print
- Agency Referal Form Stabilization Unit print
- Agency Referal Form Stabilization Unit Word doc
Day Program is a flexible drop-in program designed to help participants understand and cope with addictions. If you are able, please bring a completed intake form with you on the first day you attend. Follow the link below to download the form.
Day Program Intake Form link
MACSI - Culture & Community
MACSI services are holistic in nature and are based on our client-centered care and client-first philosophy, which acknowledges & respects diversity, family and community. MACSI has unique programs and services, informed by a broad spectrum of influences including Métis Heritage, Traditional Indigenous Teachings, 12 Step Recovery Model, and Clinical Principles for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Services in Saskatchewan, and including utilizing current research and emerging trends occurring in the broader field of addictions.
Contact Métis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc.
Prince Albert Treatment Centre:
334 19th Street East
Prince Albert, SK
S6V 1J7 Ph: 306-953-8250
Toll Free: 1-866-722-2155
Toll Free: 1-866-722-2155
Saskatoon Treatment Centre:
335 Ave G South
Toll Free: 1-877-652-8951
Regina Treatment Centre:
329 College Ave East
Toll Free: 1-866-815-6515
MACSI Core Office:
1-2220 Northridge Drive
Toll Free: 1-800-236-5204
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