All Supports + Resources

Saskatoon Breastfeeding Matters is a community-based not-for-profit organization of mothers and health professionals working together since 1988. We work to protect, promote and support breastfeeding in the community as a biological, ecological and cultural norm.

Our vision is to have healthy, happy mothers and children who are assured of adequate support in hospital, at home, in public places, and at work to meet their breastfeeding goals.

At Lifebridge Health Centre, we understand the importance of breastfeeding for both mother and child. Our services are designed to provide comprehensive support for new mothers embarking on this journey. Breastfeeding, while natural, can present challenges, and our expert lactation consultants are here to guide you through them.

While breastfeeding is a very natural process, it doesn’t always come naturally. There are many elements that come into play to make the experience a positive and nurturing one.

I am a Registered Nurse and Board Certified Lactation Consultant with over 20 years of clinical experience. I am passionate about moms and babies and I enjoy supporting them as they learn and grow together.

I began Family Foundations Therapy in order to bridge a gap in healthcare that I myself personally experienced. After giving birth to my daughter I was faced with situational and genetic risk factors that resulted in a diagnosis of Postpartum Depression and Anxiety. After learning about common postpartum experiences, I realized I had nothing to feel guilty about, or ashamed of and that I am not a bad mother. This is when I realized that it is time to normalize the transition from womanhood to motherhood and how I can contribute to the experience that mothers have.  By putting a language to the ‘new momma struggle’ we are able to embrace the inner shift that occurs, create better attachments to our babies, have better connections with our partners, family, friends and OURSELVES, which in turn we can live in calm, in happiness and be present for our world around us.


All babies benefit from human breast milk.

But for medically fragile or premature infants, breast milk is even more critical. Even life saving.

That’s where we come in.

The Saskatchewan Human Breast Milk Bank is advocates for the provision of lifesaving breast milk for premature babies, a critical service for families in our community.

 The Regina Perinatal Health Network (RPHN) is committed to creating easier access to treatment and support for women/birthing people in the community who are experiencing a Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorder (PMAD). 




The Canadian Perinatal Mental Health Collaborative (CPMHC) is a non profit organization working to improve perinatal mental health care in Canada through advocacy, research, education, and public awareness. The perinatal period is the time surrounding conception to one year postpartum and beyond.

Postpartum Support International (PSI) was founded in 1987 by Jane Honikman in Santa Barbara, California. The purpose of the organization is to increase awareness among public and professional communities about the emotional changes that women experience during pregnancy and postpartum. Approximately 15% of all women will experience postpartum depression following the birth of a child. Up to 10% will experience depression or anxiety during pregnancy. When the mental health of the mother is compromised, it affects the entire family.

The Saskatchewan Prevention Institute is committed to working collaboratively to promote primary prevention throughout the province. We share evidence-based information through print and web-based resources. We provide education and training on all of our areas of focus. We collaborate to help communities work towards primary prevention and meet their identified needs. Content experts and consumers of our information and training are involved to help us expand our programming.

Planning for Pregnancy: What You Need to Know


Caring for Kids provides parents with information about their child’s health and well-being. Because the site is developed by the Canadian Paediatric Society — the voice of more than 3,600 Canadian paediatricians—you can be sure the information is reliable.




We started Mother May I as a go-to for encouragement and support to all new mothers, especially those dealing with postpartum depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, and loss. 

We know from experience how scary and isolating it can be, but we have found that a supportive community and words of affirmation have been so helpful for us. 

Our goal is to help other women who are suffering. Mother May I is a nonprofit organization selling an apparel line displaying affirmations that resonate with us. 

All of our profits with be donated towards other initiatives supporting maternal mental health.



Where Mom Magic Happens 🧡
Drop-in every Tues for FREE mom-to-mom support, mama wisdom and an unbreakable sisterhood.


We Are

Meet our team of Personal Trainers, Physiotherapists, Nurses & Educated Professionals in Dance, Music, and Fitness.

We will move you safely through each class and help you achieve your fitness goals, big or small, when you join our community.

Our wide variety kids classes will have your child moving, dancing, singing, playing instruments and so much more.

Young or old we have a class for you!


The YWCA Saskatoon’s heart lies in our community and the women we empower every day. We work to nurture the well-being of women, youth, and children in our community through inclusive services and supports.


Welcome to West Winds Primary Health Centre! The Academic Family Medicine team is committed to making sure our space is safe and inclusive. A place where everyone can feel respected and safe. 

  • Prenatal care
  • Skin excision / biopsies
  • Men's health (problems with testosterone, erections, and other sexual health concerns)
  • Vasectomies
  • IUD insertion / removal
  • Infant tongue-tie
  • Unplanned pregnancies
  • Gender affirming care
  • Sports medicine / musculoskeletal care



Saskatoon Sexual Health is a non-profit organization located on Treaty Six Territory and the homeland of the Metis. We are proud to offer sexual and reproductive health education, advocacy, clinical and abortion services to Saskatoon and the surrounding area. 

The Village YXE

Navera Community Connections welcomes people of all races, ethnicities, genders, ages, sexualities, educations, abilities, and other backgrounds

Birth Blessings

Oh, hello!

I'm Rosalyn,

A Saskatchewan born and raised Registered Nurse, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, Evidence Based Birth Professional Member and Prenatal and Postpartum Educator with an innate passion for all things pregnancy, birth, babies and breastfeeding.


All services and educational classes are available in-person and virtually to families located in both Saskatchewan and Yukon Territory.

Warman Physiotherapy & Wellness is a premier multidisciplinary clinic dedicated to helping the residents of Warman and surrounding area achieve fitness and optimal mobility.

We are able to provide registered services for Physiotherapy, Massage, Counselling, Occupational Therapy, Speech Language Pathology & personal and group fitness instruction.

Our clinicians are experienced in providing treatment for chronic ailments, acute injuries and fitness promotion. Not only do we provide the usual Physiotherapy, Occupational, and Massage services, but we have extensive knowledge and clinical experience in pelvic health, prenatal, post-partum care, osteoporosis management, sports rehabilitation, TMJ dysfunction, spinal assessment and treatment as well as infant and child development.

We are here to help our clients be the healthiest, strongest they can possibly be from infancy to old age!

Saskatoon Community Clinic - Sexual & Reproductive Health

We are a group of qualified obstetrician/gynecologists , internal medicine specialists and physiotherapists who are committed to providing you with high quality compassionate care.

Ours is a safe place for all, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation. Everyone is
treated with compassion and respect.


Appointments and physical examinations
Please inform our receptionist if you require special test such as an ultrasound or require extra
time for counseling. Call to cancel any appointment that you are unable to attend. We keep to
our appointment schedule as closely as possible, however urgent problems and circumstances
can occur that require your physician’s time. Please be understanding.

Pelvic examinations are routine in our office. If you wish to have a support person present, please let us know


Welcome to our consultant obstetric and gynecologic practice based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.  

We provide a full range of comprehensive women’s health and maternity care.  We see women of all ages from across the province.

Women can be referred for consultation or care by their family physician or midwife.

For unplanned pregnancy options, women can self-refer.

Our Clinic

Aurora Reproductive Care is a state-of-the-art fertility clinic located in the River Landing area (River Centre I) in heart of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. As the province’s only comprehensive reproductive health care facility, our new expanded location offers shorter wait times and improved access to fertility investigations and treatments, including in vitro fertilization. With convenient nearby on-street parking, our clinic offers a welcoming environment designed with comfort and peace in mind.

Our mission is to provide the highest quality, compassionate reproductive health care possible in a comfortable, welcoming and inclusive environment.

At Aurora, our dedicated team of professional and highly-trained physicians, nurses, laboratory, and support staff are committed to helping you obtain the best possible fertility outcome. Our brand new embryology lab contains state-of-the-art equipment and air quality technology, providing the ideal environment for embryo development.

The Midwives Association of Saskatchewan is the professional organization which represents registered midwives and the profession of midwifery in Saskatchewan.


Our Purpose


  • To facilitate the integration of midwives into the health care system
  • To promote the profession of midwifery in the province of Saskatchewan
  • To advocate for the ongoing development of midwifery services
  • To protect the interests of its members
  • To provide continuing education opportunities for its members
  • To lobby for midwifery educational programs
  • To actively participate in the national and international midwifery community
  • To ensure and promote the midwifery model of care
  • To collaborate on committees with other professions
  • To liaise with consumers regarding experiences with midwifery care

It's time to rewrite the narrative of childbirth

with a doula who honors your choices and empowers your decisions.

Saskatoon's Professional Birth Support
An Integrative Approach To Birth


If you would like to be a patient of Cornerstone Maternity, please have your family physician or a walk-in physician send us a referral.



Prenatal Care & Support - How to access support and helpful information before giving birth


I'm Pregnant...What's Next?

Congratulations!...or maybe this was unexpected or unwanted? When you discover that you are pregnant it is important to visit a health practioner (family physician, nurse practioner, or nurse) to get the information you need so you can make the best decisions possible.

Who I Help

I provide Saskatoon’s only mental health counselling service focused on supporting pre-natal and post-natal parents.