The Libbie Young Centre is a non-profit community-based organization that supports adults living with
mental illness by providing education, life skills, supported living, day programming, and community outreach
services. Our programs provide a reliable source of support, restore balance in a time of crisis, and enhance
overall quality of life through person-centered care and service delivery. The Libbie Young Centre is a transitional facility that helps clients to develop the skills necessary to live as healthily and independently in the community as possible. We work collaboratively with psychiatric nurses, psychiatrists, social workers, and all other necessary healthcare staff to provide ongoing support and advocacy for each individual.

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The Libbie Young Centre’s Programs are funded by the generous support of the Saskatchewan Health Authority, Family & Community Support Services (FCSS), Lloydminster & District United Way, City of Lloydminster’s Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund, and the Government of Canada Summer Jobs.