The Town of Kamsack has these services for youth and young families.
Kamsack Family Resource Centre Inc.
A gathering place where families can attend programs
that address their interests and needs. A Sunrise Health
Region initiative in partnership with SIGN.
Room 103, 241 Second Street, Crowstand Centre
Director: Andrea Verigin
KamKids Daycare Inc.
This is a subsidized daycare facility with
Room 212, 241 Second Street,
Director: Tiffany Stone
Madge Lake Bible Camp
Madge Lake, Duck Mountain Provincial Park
Box 183, Swan Rvier, MB R0L 1Z0
Camp: 306-542-3134 (June 1 - Sept 1)
This summer camp offers something for everyone including: adult day camp, Family Matters camp, teen camps, children's camps, trail ride camps, ranch camps. For more information go to www.madgelakebiblecamp.ca.
For more information on all Government of Saskatchewan programs, go to www.saskatchewan.ca.
Child Care Subsidy
Help with monthly costs of licensed child care.
Children with Intellectual Disabilities
Support and information for parents and guardians of children with intellectual disabilities, including a respite benefit program.
Early Childhood Intervention Program (ECIP)
Provides access to early childhood intervention programs and services for children experiencing developmental delay.
Provides support to families with young children please visit or contact the Kamsack Family Resource Centre (see contact details above).
CULTURE, YOUTH and RECREATION
Through the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust, the Government of Saskatchewan provides funding for family-oriented sport, culture and recreation programs throughout the province.
Funds are administered by:
Children's Insulin Pump Program
Insulin pumps and supplies for children with difficult-to-manage diabetes.
Eye exams are free of charge, once in a twelve-month period, for children under the age of 18. Just book an appointment with your local optometrist or call for further information.
Family Health Benefits Program
Benefits for lower income working families. Most eligible families will already be receiving a monthly child allowance under the federal National Child Benefit Supplement or funding through the Saskatchewan Employment Supplement. Children are covered for most dental services, basic eyeglasses, emergency ambulance, basic medical supplies (some items require prior approval), chiropractic services, prescription drugs
A free, confidential 24-hour advise line staffed by registered nurses who provide immediate, professional health advise and direct you to the most appropriate source of care. Translation to other languages is available, including French, Cree and Dene.
Reliable health information, day and night
Vaccines for infant, pre-school and school children
Problem Gambling Program
Help Line 1-800-306-6789
Access to and information on prevention and treatment.
306-787-8961 or 1-866-229-9712
The Maintenance Enforcement Office helps custodial parents collect support payments ordered by the court or agreed to by both parents. When payments are missed or late, the Maintenance Enforcement Office takes enforcement action.