Saskatoon Community Mediation Services






Saskatoon Community Mediation Services was founded by the John Howard Society of Saskatoon and the Mennonite Central Committee of Saskatchewan. SCMS was incorporated in 1989 as a not for profit organization.

The organization reports to a volunteer Board of Directors.  Our goal in offering services is to reduce conflict and violence in community and institutional settings by strengthening people's ability to respond to conflicts before they escalate and also to provide a restorative approach when conflict does happen.  One of our strategies is to establish alliances with like minded community groups and individuals to make these changes together.


Our programs include: 

  • Adult Diversion Program 
  • Parent-Teen Mediation 
  • Fee For Service Mediation
  • Public Training in Mediation 
  • Resource Centre 
  • Publications 
  • Public Speakers 
  • Trainers available to educational institutions 
  • Educational opportunities on 'restorative justice'


Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak.

Courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.

Winston Churchillf


United Way


Saskatoon Community Mediation Services #208, 220 - 3rd Avenue South | Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M1 | 306.244.0440