Keeseekoose, Cote and Key First Nations are in a state of crisis as people continue to die at a high rate due to addictions, mental health and abject poverty.
That was from the Chiefs of the Keeseekoose, Cote and Key First Nations Monday.
The three First Nations had around 100 deaths in 2015.
In a letter, they have invited provincial and federal officials to attend a health planning and intervention meeting in the community as soon as possible.
Part of the solution that was implemented included the funding of a methadone clinic in Kamsack.
FSIN Senator Ted Quewezance says the chiefs have been against that type of solution from the start and now it has painted a sad picture.
Over 100 people are seen waiting at the pharmacy sometimes to get their prescriptions filled.
Quewezance notes there is even a 14-year old girl wanting to get off methodone, but has to take three pills to help her cope with it.
He adds there is one glimmer of hope for now.
A Health & Wellness Centre is set to open in Kamsack in the coming weeks that will deal with everything, including residential school issues.