Sources of Support

Community Outreach

Community outreach organizations offer a wide variety of services.  Many focus on filling gaps in services or resources for specific needs or underrepresented  groups.

In this section, organizations that offer supports that may benefit students have been broken into categories.  

Click on the listings of individual organizations and explore which supports they offer. 

For each listing:

  • Click on the (+) symbol for organization  details, contact information and links where available.
  • You will  find links to the services the organization offers.


Mother Earth Recycling (MER)

P: 204-942-7900
E: [email protected]

771 Main Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 3N5

Mother Earth Recycling (MER) is an Indigenous Social Enterprise in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Our mission is to provide meaningful training and employment opportunities to the urban Indigenous community through environmentally sustainable initiatives.

TIPI Insurance Partners

P: 1 855 266 TIPI (8474)
E: [email protected]

National Head Office: Suite 100 – 1075 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 0R8

We help Indigenous communities and organizations manage risks and protect their families and economic well-being through customized insurance solutions. TIPI Insurance Partners, together with TIPI-IMI Insurance Partners, have a strong understanding of the complex insurance needs of Indigenous communities and entities. Although our name has changed over the years, our commitment to our clients has not. Our mission is to provide cost efficient and effective insurance and risk management solutions to our clients. We believe in giving back and making a positive impact. TIPI insurance is a national organization with Manitoba offices in Winnipeg, The Pas and Thompson.

Career Trek

P: 204-944-1800
E: [email protected]

5th Floor 35 King Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 1H4

Career Trek supports young people in Manitoba. We partner with schools, post-secondary institutions, and local communities to deliver career education. This assures that participants get real-world, hands-on learning and experience.

Opportunities for Employment

P: 204-925-3490
E: Online Form

300 - 294 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0B9

Opportunities for Employment (OFE) offers free employment services designed to connect job seekers and employers to create long term, sustainable matches and grow our local labour market.

Reaching E-Quality Employment Services (REES)

P: 204-832-7337

305-1200 Portage Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 0T5

All services available are Free. REES provides one-on-one Counselling, workshops, job search assistance/tools andmuch more.


P: 204-956-7090
E: Online Contact Form

Winnipeg Head Office, 206-1661 Portage Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3J 3T7

Staffmax Staffing & Recruiting. At Staffmax, our sole focus is the recruitment and placement of the most talented and qualified candidates. Whether you are looking for a permanent career change or the flexibility and experience that can be gained from contract assignments, we can help.

Friendship Centers

Brandon Friendship Centre (BFC) Inc

P: 204-727-1407

836 Loren Avenue
Brandon, Manitoba Canada
R7A 0T8

We are an urban Indigenous service delivery agency. We exist to administer and implement programs to meet the needs of people, either migrating to cities or living in them. One way to describe a centre is to compare it to a bridge. It attempts to bridge a gap between two cultures, between a non-urban and an urban one.

Dauphin Friendship Centre

P: 204-638-5707

210-1st Avenue NE
Dauphin, Manitoba Canada
R7N 1A7

We are here to provide programs and services to our community and surrounding area based on the need.

Elbert Chartrand Friendship Centre

P: 204-734-9301
E: [email protected]

1413 Mani Street
Swan River, Manitoba Canada
R0L 1Z0

In the early 1960’s the First Nations people of the Swan River Valley began to see a need for a place of their own, where they could feel comfortable meeting to share concerns or just get together recreation-ally. By 1961 the service providers of the community were becoming aware of the need to provide native people with some assistance in taking their rightful place in the rapidly changing society. By 1963, with the support and encouragement of the larger community, the first site of the Swan River Indian & Metis Friendship Centre Association was purchased. The building was located at 711 North Street South. In May 1990, the Friendship Centre purchased an existing building and completely renovated it. On September 10, 1990, a Grand Opening Ceremony took place opening our present building, which is located at 1413 Main Street East. On June 24, 1993, the Swan River Indian and Metis Friendship Centre name was changed to Swan River Friendship Centre Inc.

Flin Flon Aboriginal Friendship Centre

P: 204-684-3900

57 Church Street
Flin Flon, Manitoba Canada
R8A 1M7

The Friendship Centres provide a focus for activities and services of interest and/or aid to Indigenous people.

Lynn Lake Friendship Centre Inc.

P: 204-356-2407

625 Gordon Street
Lynn Lake, Manitoba Canada
R0B 0W0

Office Hours are Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm closed for lunch. Please feel free to stop by, have some coffee and find out what we have to offer !

Ma-Mow-We-Tak Friendship Centre, Inc.

P: 204-677-0996

4 Nelson Road
Thompson, Manitoba Canada
R8N 0B4

Since 1976, the Ma-Mow-We-Tak Friendship Centre Inc. has offered support to aboriginal people who are making the transition from life on the reserve or community to urban life in Thompson. It provides programs and services in relation to the social, educational, cultural and recreational needs of the community. It operates as a non-sectarian, non-political, non-profit organization and is operated according to policies set by the Board of Directors.

Manitoba Association of Friendship Centres

P: 204-942-6299
E: [email protected]

102-150 Henry Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 0J7

MAC unifies the existing Friendship Centre members into one voice to advance issues between partner organizations, and within all levels of government, for the betterment of the populations they serve.

National Association of Friendship Centres

P: 613-594-3428
E: [email protected]

275 Maclaren Strret
Ottawa, Ontario Canada
K2P 0L9

The National Association of Friendship Centres (NAFC) was established in 1972 to represent, nationally, the growing number of Friendship Centres emerging across Canada. The NAFC represents over 100 Friendship Centres and Provincial/Territorial Associations (PTAs) from coast-to-coast-to-coast and make up the Friendship Centre Movement (FCM).

Portage la Prairie Friendship Centre Inc.

P: 204-239-6333

20-Third Street N.E.
Portage La Prairie, Manitoba Canada
R1N 1N4

In 1970, the Centre was incorporated as the Portage la Prairie Friendship Centre Inc., governed by a constitution, by-laws, and a Board of Directors. Today the Portage Friendship Centre strives to provide timely and necessary services to the Aboriginal population in Portage la Prairie and surrounding communities. We are constantly on a look out for better ways to serve the public and provide a setting where all people feel welcome.

Riverton & District Friendship Centre

P: 204-378-2927

53 Laura Avenue
Riverton, Manitoba Canada
R0C 2R0

In 1970, the Centre was incorporated as the Portage la Prairie Friendship Centre Inc., governed by a constitution, by-laws, and a Board of Directors. Today the Portage Friendship Centre strives to provide timely and necessary services to the Aboriginal population in Portage la Prairie and surrounding communities. We are constantly on a look out for better ways to serve the public and provide a setting where all people feel welcome.

Selkirk Friendship Centre

P: 204-482-7525

425 Eveline Street
Selkirk, Manitoba Canada
R1A 2J5

The Friendship Centres provide a focus for activities and services of interest and/or aid to Indigenous people.

The Pas Friendship Centre Inc.

P: 204-623-4268

81 Edwards Street
The Pas, Manitoba Canada
R9A 1M3

The Friendship Centres provide a focus for activities and services of interest and/or aid to Indigenous people.

Winnipeg Indigenous Friendship Centre Inc. -WIFC

P: 204-925-0300
E: [email protected]

Future Home at 45 Robinson Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 5H5

As part of the community’s call to action, Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre, under its Community Driven Programs and Services, has created the Winnipeg Friendship Centre Program to deliver the programs and services of the Friendship Centre Movement that are supportive of the seniors and youth in our community. The development of Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre’s Winnipeg Friendship Centre Program has been graciously supported by the Winnipeg Indigenous Executive Circle (WIEC), which is a network of 30+ Indigenous-led organizations, and Indigenous Vision for the North End (IVNE), a network of 11 Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations.The work and development of this program is supported by the Manitoba Association of Friendship Centres and the National Association of Friendship Centres. The physical space of this Friendship Centre is still in the project stage but it will be located at 45 Robinson Street.


1JustCity – Community Outreach

P: 204.995.2944
E: [email protected]

107 Pulford Street (Program Site) /109 Pulford Street (Head Office)
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3L 1X8

1JustCity is an organization that supports three drop-in community centres in Winnipeg’s core neighbourhoods: West Broadway, the West End and Osborne Village. Our services include daily meals, art, senior’s programs, sharing circles, haircuts, showers, laundry, toiletries, and clean undergarments. In the winter months we also run the pop up warming centre in Osborne Village: Just a Warm Sleep. The Indigenous Cultural Program is interwoven in the programming and events at all three of 1JustCity’s spaces: West End Drop-in, West Broadway Community, and Oak Table.

Bear Clan Patrol Inc.

P: (204) 306-8571
E: [email protected]

584 Selkirk Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 2M9

Bear Clan Patrol came about as a result of the ongoing need to assume our traditional responsibility to provide security to our Aboriginal community. Given that the Aboriginal population in Winnipeg is anywhere from 60,000 to 80,000, and is heavily concentrated in certain inner city neighborhoods, it was felt that the community must organize to keep the peace and to assist community members. The concept behind the patrol, then, is community people working with the community to provide personal security in the inner city in a non-threatening, non-violent and supportive way. The Patrol operates out of 584 Selkirk Ave in the North End, The Broadway Neighbourhood Centre @ 185 Young St. in West Broadway, and 485 Sherbrooke Ave in the West End.

Circling Buffalo Inc.

circle buffalo

P: 1 (204) 620-1225
E: [email protected]

Box 10520
Opaskwayak, Manitoba Canada
R0B 2J0

Circling Buffalo Inc. Manitoba First Nations Family Violence Prevention. Circling Buffalo Inc. aims to empower our communities to build upon their strengths, communicate and network effectively, and provide prevention services through holistic, community-driven programming.


Welcome to CommUNITY.204! We believe in heart work! People helping people. Community is UNITY!. Lateral empathy • Lateral Love • Lateral Unity. CommUNITY 204 does a soup kitchen on Sundays at Thunderbird house. Check their Facebook page and/or send a message for times and info.

Eagle Urban Transition Centre

P: 204-954-3050
E: [email protected]

275 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 2B3

The primary goal of the E.A.G.L.E. Urban Transition Centre (EUTC) is to assist First Nation people with transitioning into an urban centre and to assist with accessing the appropriate resources to become independent.

First Nation Healing Centre

The shelter is managed by the Fisher River Cree Nation, with the Chief & Council serving as Board of Directors. It has eight bedrooms with a total of 28 beds and three family rooms. The mission is to provide a community resource for women and children who are victims of violence. The centre will provide a safe environment, residency and will address the women’s and children’s physical, mental, social, emotional and spiritual needs. Non-residential outreach with supportive counselling services will be provided to assist the males of our community.

First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba

P: 204-942-9400
E: [email protected]

Unit B103 -1075 Portage Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 0R8

The goal of the First Nations Health & Social Secretariat of Manitoba (FNHSSM) is for First Nations in Manitoba to have increased opportunities to participate in: the planning & development of a Unified Health System in Manitoba; the influence of regional and national health policy, health systems and program development in areas including, but not limited to, health consultation, maternal child health, e-Health/Panorama, youth suicide, mental health, inter-governmental health, health & social determinants of health, health research, web-based home & community care training, health governance, and infrastructure support.

Full Circle for Indigenous Education

Mailing Address Only Box 26011 – 676 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 3R3

We are a Circle of educators, knowledge keepers, and interested others who are committed to supporting rich, appropriate and inspiring education in Indigenous perspectives for all. Full Circle is the current evolution of what was born in 1987 as the Aboriginal Teacher’s Circle, and most recently expressed as the Aboriginal Circle of Educators (ACE). This organization has moved through many developmental phases, and has now come Full Circle.

Helping Hand Warriors

We are committed to providing nourishment, public safety, and traditional teachings within the community. We 100% rely on donations and are volunteer driven.

Helping Our Northern Neighbours

E: Facebook Group

Facebook Group Canada

Helping Our Northern Neighbours was born in July of 2014 after it was discovered that prices for food and other goods in Northern Canada were unbelievably high when compared to their counterparts in the south. We work in remote and isolated fly-in only or limited access areas of the three territories and the northern regions of the ten provinces of Canada.

Indigenous Family Centre

P: 204-586-8393
E: Online Form

470 Selkirk Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 2M5

The centre is dedicated to the development and maintenance of the Indigenous community in a spiritual and social way. They have a multipurpose room and kitchen facilities, as well as pastoral services, sharing circles, workshop/healing circles, and seasonal ceremonies with Anishinaabe and Christian traditions

Indigenous Parents Community IPC

P: 431-999-0970
E: [email protected]

83 Attache Drive
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2V 3L4

We are a grassroots Non-Profit based in Winnipeg, MB. We aim to serve the Indigenous parents of Winnipeg (and digitally across Canada) by aiding them in overcoming their unique barriers they face in achieving a higher education of their own definition. We also offer them leadership, mentorship and networking opportunities. We’ve been involved in the national Pow Wow Pitch competition this year, making it to semi-final round. 129 semi-finalists out of 2,400 submissions. We’ve been featured in the Winnipeg Free Press, Turtle Island News, CBC and in the future, APTN. We have been able to build a Board of Directors and an advisory committee with Michael Redhead Champagne on board. We offer to build their resume’s and cover letters with them with mentors like Barbara Bowes from Legacy Bowes and TIPI insurance. We have so much more coming for the community as well.

Indigenous Senior Resource Centre

P: 204-586-4595
E: [email protected]

A1 – 100 Robinson St.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 4C6

The Indigenous Senior Resource Centre is a non-profit, charitable organization that utilizes a holistic approach to ensure the respect and well-being of Indigenous Seniors in Winnipeg.

Life’s Journey Inc. – Miikana Pimatiziwin

P: Toll Free: 1-800-681-4905
E: [email protected]

The mission of Life’s Journey Inc is to support individuals, their families and communities, who are impacted by neuro-developmental disorders, including Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, to find a holistic balance between a spiritual, physical, intellectual and emotional well-being. We engage in a range of voluntary, wrap-around services that are individualized to meet the needs and goals of each program participant. We know that cultural care is an absolute right and our comprehensive approach to health includes traditional Indigenous healing as a significant component of our clinical services.

Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre

P: 204-925-0300 / Toll-Free: 1-888-962-6294
E: [email protected]

350-200 Alpine Way / 547 Notre Dame Street
Headingly / Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R4H 0B7 / R3B 1S2

The name Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata translates from Ojibway into the phrase “we all work together to help one another”. The Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre, Inc. (Ma Mawi) was born in the fall of 1984 by committed community members who sought an Indigenous solution to supporting and rebuilding families. Since that time, Ma Mawi has worked to support families to better care for children by creating meaningful opportunities for community and family involvement. Ma Mawi believes that strengthening families is a worthy investment in the future.

Manito Ahbee

P: (204) 956-1849 / Toll Free: 1-866-449-0251
E: [email protected]

472 Madison Street
Red River Exhibition Park
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3J 1J1

The Manito Ahbee Festival celebrates Indigenous arts, culture, and music in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It is held at the Red River Exhibition Park. The festival name ‘Manito Ahbee’ was gifted to the festival through ceremony, and is named after the sacred site, which is one of the most important and significant traditional Indigenous gathering sites in all of Turtle Island (North America). The Manito Ahbee sacred site is located in the western Whiteshell area of Manitoba. Manito Ahbee, an Ojibway word means, “where the Creator sits.” The site is recognized and honoured by Indigenous peoples across North America as a sacred place for all people. The name of the province, Manitoba, is itself derived from the name of this sacred site. The festival represents an opportunity for Manitobans and visitors alike to experience the festival as a celebration for all people. Manito Ahbee invites everyone, uniting residents and visitors in the spirit of honouring Indigenous culture and the seven sacred teachings: love, respect, courage, honesty, wisdom, humility and truth.

Manitoba Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Council

P: 204-925-5737
E: [email protected]

105-145 Pacific Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 4M2

The council’s vision is to empower Manitoba’s Aboriginal community to grow physically, spiritually and culturally through sport and recreation. Its Mission is to strengthen Aboriginal participation in positive healthy lifestyles.

Manitoba Inuit Association

P: 204-774-6848
E: [email protected]

3-1000 Notre Dame Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3E 0N3

Thousands of Inuit come to Manitoba every year for training, health care, advanced education, or to seek further opportunities. Hundreds of Inuit have made Manitoba their permanent home, and every year, the number of Inuit moving South increases. Our goals are to build a vibrant Manitoba Inuit community by connecting Inuit through activities and initiatives that sustain and to build Inuit culture, values and language, improve education, employment and training outcomes for Inuit in Manitoba,to develop research partnerships that help improve the health status for Inuit in Manitoba, and to improve housing and food security for Inuit in Manitoba and to foster organizational capacity and innovation.

Meet Me at The Bell Tower – Building Community

470 Selkirk Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 2M5

Meet me at the Bell Tower meets the 1st and 3rd Fridays of every month at the Indigenous Family Centre at 470 Selkirk Avenue. Meet with your neighbours and others interested in building a better community. Weekly themes such as neighbourhood safety, peace, fighting bullying and honouring Mother Earth are part of many speaker series and a neighbourhood training program. Families with children and youth are welcome for the 4 Fs: free, food, family and fun! Meetings and community, Indigenous and youth-led. Dinner and prizes happen after the bell rings at 6:00pm.

North Point Douglas Women’s Centre

P: (204) 947-0321
E: [email protected]

221 Austin St. N
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 3M8

North Point Douglas Women’s Centre is located in Treaty One Territory, the current and ancestral lands of Cree, Dakota, and Anishinaabe Nations, as well as the homeland of the Métis Nation. The Centre is envisioned by community women to be a hub where women and their families can gather in a safe and welcoming space, building friendships, and providing access to needed resources and programs.

Red Rising Magazine

E: Online Contact form

Red Rising is a nonprofit Indigenous collective from Winnipeg, Manitoba. We produce an annual magazine that is unfiltered, uncensored, and is able to tell a story about what is happening right now, and what is about to happen next in our communities. The work that we will continue to do will be relentless, and will hopefully inspire a new generation of Indigenous artists, thinkers, writers, and leaders in the community.

Shawenim Abinoojii

P: 1-204-949-9407

Main Office 1386 Main Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 3V1

Shawenim Abinoojii Inc (SAI) is a third-party resource providing services to Southeast Child and Family Services and the Southeast First Nation Communities. Our organization mandate is to provide holistic care for the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of children, youth, adults, families, and communities in need by creating and/or providing culturally relevant experiences, education and training, and support and placement services for the purpose of promoting and supporting self- sufficiency and wellness.

Southquill Health Area Foodbank Inc.

P: 1-800-691-9026
E: [email protected]

46 Main Street
Erickson, Manitoba Canada
R0J 0P0

Food Bank serving the areas of Erickson, Onanole, and Sandy Lake, MB. Open Monday to Friday 10-3pm Registration on Mondays Hamper Pick Up on Wednesdays 12-3pm Call 1-800-691-9026 to register. The food bank is a collaboration between Rolling River First Nation, Services for Seniors, and local volunteers, which distribute food hampers to hungry families once a week.

Thunderbird House

P: (204) 306-7888
E: [email protected]

715 Main Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 3N7

The Circle of Life Thunderbird House (Anishinaabemowin: Whaka Pimadiziiwii Pinaysiiwigamic) is an inclusive Centre where all community members are welcome to visit. There are many opportunities to connect with Elders, Teachers, Healers, Knowledge Keepers and Community.


P: 204-416-8910
E: [email protected]

818 Sargent Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3E 0B8

Tunngasugit is a non-profit organization that exists to help Inuit with any situation you’re in. If we can’t help you, we help you find someone who can. We know it’s not easy transitioning into an urban setting. There are a lot of barriers we face and, until now, with very little help. Please get in touch with our Inuk Outreach Coordinator at (204) 416-8910

Union nationale métisse Saint-Joseph du Manitoba

P: (204) 306-4677
E: [email protected]

340 Provencher Blvd.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2H 0G7

l’Union nationale métisse Saint-Joseph du Manitoba (UNMSJM) vise toujours à honorer sa mission, à savoir protéger, mettre en valeur et honorer les traditions et la culture des Métis de la Rivière-Rouge et diffuser l’histoire de ce peuple, par l’entremise d’activités, d’ateliers et de rassemblements communautaires. / The Union nationale métisse Saint-Joseph du Manitoba (UNMSJM) continues to strive to honour its mission, which is to protect, promote and honour the traditions and the culture of the Red River Métis and to make their history known through activities, workshops and community gatherings.

Acorn Family Place

P: 204-560-3141
E: [email protected]

202- 222 Furby Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 2A7

Acorn Family Place is multi-service. We provide a broad range of programs and resources aimed at providing support, enhancing education, and fostering community. All families with young children are welcome and treated with respect. We strive to remove or reduce barriers to accessing support safely, and to meet you where you’re at, without judgement, recognizing that you are the expert in your own life. We acknowledge the systems of oppression that impact so many members of our community – racism, sexism, colonialism, able-ism, and more. We aim to challenge those systems within our sphere of influence. Formerly called Wolseley Family Place.

Agape Table

P: 204-783-2370
E: [email protected]

364 Furby St
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 2V5

Agape, meaning unconditional love, is committed to providing a community-based program, nourishing the body, mind, and spirit of our guests in a cost effective and financially responsible manner.

Centennial Community Improvement Association

P: 204-806-5939
E: Online form

The Centennial Community Improvement Association (CCIA) is a non-profit organization of people from the Centennial community. We are dedicated to creating a safe, healthy and vibrant community for everyone who visits, lives in or works in the area. We are an inclusive association, desiring all people to participate in the renewal of the neighbourhood. We take pride in our accomplishments and are proud to say we are a resident driven organization.

Christmas Cheer Board

P: 204-989-5680
E: Online form

1081 Ellice Avenue (Seasonally) & Mailing Address is Box 51089 RPO Tyndall Park
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2X 3C6

The Christmas Cheer Board is a Canadian registered charitable organization providing approximately 17,500 Christmas hampers annually. Hamper recipients come from all areas of Winnipeg and reflect diverse social and economic backgrounds as do the thousands of volunteers that donate invaluable resources and time to help support the Cheer Board. Community minded families, individuals, community groups, and businesses raise funds, donate food, toys, money, and time. Thousands sponsor individual families through the Feed-a-Family Program and countless knitters provide hats and mitts to include in gifts for children.

Elmwood Community Resource Centre ECRC

P: 204-982-1720
E: [email protected]

545 Watt Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2K 2S2

Nestled along the bank of the Red River, Elmwood is home to some 17,000 people. Here you’ll find a rich cultural and social diversity, a thriving local economy, well-kept homes and streets, and beautiful parks and green spaces. Above all, you will find a caring community focused on the well-being and prosperity of its residents.

Ending Violence Across Manitoba Inc. (EVA Manitoba)

eva manitoba

P: 204-778-6040

5-103 Cree Road
Thompson, Manitoba Canada
R8N 0B9

Community Activism Across Manitoba Inc. (EVA Manitoba) is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to foster the coordination and collaboration of programs, organizations and government that work together to end domestic and sexual violence in our province. Directory.

Fearless R2W

E: [email protected]

Fearless R2W Inc. PO Box 44095 Redwood Centre Postal Outlet
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 5M3

Fearless R2W is a non profit that serves parents working to reunify with their children and youth aging out of care. We provide opportunities for learning about child welfare in Manitoba, build community and provide advocacy when possible.

Fort Whyte Alive

P: (204) 989-8355
E: Online Contact Form

1961 McCreary Rd
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3P 2K9

Through our 660-acre reclaimed urban green space, FortWhyte Alive brings people together to share unforgettable experiences and build sustainable relationships with nature and each other.

Helping Hands Centre of Brandon Inc

P: (204) 727-4635
E: [email protected]

111 7 St
Brandon, Manitoba Canada
R7A 3S5

Helping Hands Centre of Brandon, Inc provides nutritional meals and assistance in a warm and caring environment.

Holy Trinity Church

P: 204-942-7465
E: [email protected]

256 Smith Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 1K1

Welcome to Holy Trinity! Sanctuary for the city. Welcome to your downtown church! Whether you’re our neighbour living here, a working commuter, visitor, or even lost and trying to find your way home, we’re looking forward to meeting you and hearing your story.

Hope Center Health Care

P: 204-589-8354
E: [email protected]

240 Powers Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 5L1

Hope Centre Health Care Inc. is designed to be a place for people to find hope for spiritual, emotional, physical and social healing. individual, couple, family and group counselling, crisis counselling, support and advocacy, group programs, information, special events and workshops, home visits and referrals, general medical care (by appointment only), sexually transmitted disease testing and treatment, pregnancy tests, prenatal care and birth control, pap tests (cervical cancer screening), diabetic management and education, foot care, emergency food, shoe closet community garden, public computers and Internet access

Lighthouse Mission

P: 204-943-9669
E: [email protected]

667 Main Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 1E3

We provide 2 meals each day, 5 days per week to Winnipeg’s most vulnerable citizens. We allow community members to come in and warm up with a cup of coffee and and a meal, giving them a chance to connect with your spiritual care coordinator, staff and volunteers for things like clothing and hygiene items as well as recieve prayer, encouragement and God’s love.

Manitoba Housing Central Office

Manitoba Housing provides a wide range of subsidized housing throughout the province of Manitoba. We partner with other governments, community organizations and private groups to create safe and affordable housing.

Manitoba Museum

P: (204) 956-2830
E: [email protected]

190 Rupert Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 0N2

The Manitoba Museum is the province’s largest, not-for-profit centre for heritage and science learning. We are renowned for our vivid portrayal of Manitoba’s rich and diverse history, Planetarium shows, and Science Gallery exhibits. The Museum is committed to collaborating with all Indigenous peoples of this province. Admission to the Museum Galleries, Science Gallery & Planetarium Theatre is free for Manitoba Museum Members, Children 0-2, and Indigenous Peoples.

Manitoba Public Health Association

The MPHA advocates for social justice, reconciliation and equity through influencing policies and decision-making. It makes visible the impact of issues on our collective health, and profiles evidence that connects issues, people and community. The MPHA aims to foster balance and restore collective health and wellbeing.

Missionaries of Charity Inc.

P: 204-582-2773

167 Aikins St
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 0A1

Soup Kitchen

Nine Circles

P: 204-940-6000

705 Broadway
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 0X2

Nine Circles Community Health Centre, with expertise in the care and treatment of HIV, Hepatitis C and other sexually transmitted infections, delivers comprehensive primary care, social support, education and prevention services – creating healthier communities for Manitobans

North End Community Renewal Corp.

P: 204-929-2330
E: [email protected]

509 Selkirk Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 2M6

North End Community Renewal Corporation provides a range of services to the community to meets its mandate of …” promoting the social, economic and cultural renewal of the north end of Winnipeg.” We do this by improving the quality and accessibility of housing, creating jobs, upgrading commercial and industrial areas, implementing employment development programs, improving the overall image of the community, and reducing crime in the community.

Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada

P: (204) 786-5503
E: [email protected]

2088 Wellington Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3H 1C5

The new Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada will be a world-class facility with enhanced experiences. Engaging visitors in Canada’s aviation and aerospace heritage while providing an environment to inspire future generations of aviators and innovators.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

P: 204-983-5420
E: [email protected]

1091 Portage Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 0S6

The RCMP is more than just a police service. We’re part of the fabric of Canada, made up of people who care about their work, their communities and each other.

Seed Winnipeg

P: 204-927-9935
E: [email protected]

80 Salter St
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 4J6

SEED Winnipeg Inc. is a non-profit agency that works to reduce poverty and help renew Winnipeg’s inner city. We do this by helping people start small businesses and save money for future goals

Spence Neighbourhood Association/MERC/WE24

P: 204-783-5000
E: [email protected]

430 Langside Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada

The Spence Neighbourhood Association works with the people of Spence to revitalize and renew their community in the areas of Holistic Housing, Community Connecting, Community Economic Development, Environment and Open Spaces, and Youth & Families.

The Broadway Neighbourhood Centre

P: 204-772-9253
E: [email protected]

185 Young Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada

The Broadway Neighbourhood Centre (BNC) provides a number of recreational, social, health, education, and training programs/services to all ages

The Northern Manitoba Food, Culture, and Community Collaborative

P: Julie Price 204-990-1215
E: [email protected]

Unit 300 - 245 McDermot Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 0S8

The Northern Manitoba Food, Culture, and Community Collaborative is an innovative collaborative of northern community people, northern advisors, funders and organizations working together to foster healthier and stronger communities in Northern Manitoba, through improved access to healthy foods and the development of resilient local economies.

The Salvation Army – Prairie Division

P: 204-975-1033
E: [email protected]

204-290 Vaughan Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 2N8

The Salvation Army offers a variety of services and programs throughout the Prairies for members of the communities that we serve. These activities are motivated by a belief that each individual possesses an inherent worth and dignity. It is the goal of The Salvation Army to restore dignity and hope in the lives of those we serve through these programs as they experience times of need.

The Sexuality Education Resource Centre (SERC)

P: 204-982-7800

167 Sherbrook Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 2B7

Sexuality Education Resource Centre is a community-based, non-profit, pro-choice organization. We are dedicated to promoting sexual health through education.

Thrive Community

P: 204-775-9934
E: [email protected]

555 Spence Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 2R9

“By working in cooperation and within partnerships with other community agencies; recruiting capable, caring well qualified staff and volunteers; valuing and recognizing the contribution of staff, volunteers and donors; respecting each individual’s cultural and social diversity; in order to provide our clients and customers with the highest quality service possible within the context of our resources.”

United Way Winnipeg

P: 204-453-6198
E: [email protected]

580 Main Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 1C7

For more than 50 years, United Way Winnipeg has worked to make our city great for everyone. Guided by volunteers and the wisdom of our community, we invest in the most effective local programs to change lives in Winnipeg. We bring together the people and resources to make big ideas happen.


P: 204-786-6641
E: [email protected]

300 Memorial Boulevard
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 1V1

WAG-Qaumajuq (Winnipeg Art Gallery) has grown into one of the country’s leading visual art museums with an international reputation! Founded in 1912, the WAG is one of Canada’s first civic art galleries, housed in an iconic modernist building in the heart of downtown Winnipeg. Opened in 2021, Qaumajuq (the Inuit art centre) is a contemporary architectural landmark that connects to the WAG building on all four levels.

Willow Place

P: 204-792-5302
E: [email protected]

P.O. Box 1786
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 2Z9

The heart of our work is healthy relationships. Willow Place provides inclusive, no-cost family violence prevention services, 24-hours, every day of the year. Willow Place is a registered Canadian charity, and is a member of ShelterSafe Canada, Womens’s Shelters Canada, the Manitoba Association of Women’s Shelters (MAWS), and the Family Violence Prevention Program’s network of supportive services in Manitoba.

Winnipeg Police Services

P: 204-986-6222

245 Smith Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0R6

9-1-1 is a trusted lifeline between the citizens of Winnipeg and the emergency services they need. The system works because the lines are available when they are needed most.


Moosehide Campaign

P: 250-882-7018
E: [email protected]

209-1100 Admirals Rd
Victoria, British Columbia Canada
V9A 2P6

On an early 2011 August morning, an Indigenous man named Paul Lacerte and his daughter Raven were hunting moose near the infamous Highway of Tears, a section of highway between Prince George and Prince Rupert, BC, where dozens of women have gone missing or been found murdered. They had brought down a moose that would help feed the family for the winter and provide a moose hide for cultural purposes. As the daughter was skinning the moose her father started thinking…They were so near the highway that has brought so much sorrow to the communities along its endless miles, here with his young daughter who deserved a life free of violence…That’s when the idea sprang to life! What if they used the moose hide to inspire men to become involved in the movement to end violence towards women and children? Together with family and friends they cut up the moose hide into small squares and started the Moose Hide Campaign.

Neah Kee Papa Program

P: 204-586-8474
E: [email protected]

300-150 Henry Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 0J7

The Neah Kee Papa Program is a parenting enhancement program for current, new, or soon-to-be Métis and Indigenous fathers. The ten-week program is designed to encourage and promote the role of fathers. The program offers men information and resources to become more actively involved fathers.

Men Are Part Of The Solution MAPS

P: 204-778-6040
E: Online contact form

117 Commercial Place
Thompson, Manitoba Canada
R8N 1T1

Men Are Part of the Solution (MAPS) is a unique service that was designed for the region of Thompson, Manitoba. Through our Healthy Relationships program, MAPS will be able to provide support services and resources to improve healthy relationships for men, their partners, families and communities. By providing quality, individualized, group and comprehensive counselling we can change the destructive behaviour rippling through the lives of many families and work towards healthy relationships MAPS is sensitive to cultural, economic, gender, and sexual orientation issues, as well as to personal and situational difficulties.

Men’s Resource Centre

P: 204-925-4610
E: [email protected]

225 Dufferin Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 5N7

The MCSA Program provides Long-Term Therapy (up to 2 years) to men who have experienced childhood sexual abuse. We currently have a waitlist for this free service but when resources allow, we offer short-term therapy (6-8 sessions) and/or group support to individuals on the waitlist.

Mental Health

Clan Mothers Healing Village

E: Online Contact Form

Clan Mothers Healing Village and Knowledge Centre will provide mid to long-term support to women, girls, two-spirit and transgender persons who have been victims of multi-generational trauma, sexual violence, sexual exploitation, and human trafficking; to help them begin their healing journey.

Native Addictions Council of Manitoba

P: 204-586-8395
E: [email protected]

160 Salter Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 4K1

The Native Addictions Council of Manitoba is an Indigenous owned and operated treatment centre that directly targets the chemical dependency and compulsion challenging First Peoples in Manitoba and throughout Canada. Our Staff, Management and Board of Directors all have firsthand experience in dealing with the same challenges that face our relatives It is by understanding our program participants that we may more effectively aid them in their healing and recovery.

Sagkeeng Mino Pimatiziwin Family Treatment Centre Inc.

P: 866-329-0736
E: [email protected]

Box 84
Fort Alexander, Manitoba Canada
R0E 0P0

The Mikaaming Mino Pimatiziwin Healing Lodge is a family addictions treatment facility located in Sagkeeng, Manitoba. We offer a seven-week traditional and holistic treatment program in a residential setting for First Nation & Inuit families struggling to overcome drug and alcohol addictions

AA Alcoholics Anonymous – Manitoba

P: 204-942-0126
E: [email protected]

1856 Portage Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3J 0G9

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba (ADAM)

P: 204-925-0600
E: [email protected]

100-4 Fort St.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 1C4

Our vision is to reduce the impact of anxiety disorders on the lives of all Manitobans. The Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba aims to offer self-help for all Manitobans affected by anxiety disorders, provide Cognitive Behavioural Programs (CBP), and ongoing support groups for the prevention, education, early intervention, and management of anxiety disorders to adults, and to provide resources for children, adolescents, adults, families, employers, and health care professionals

Aurora Recovery Centre

P: (204) 642-8058
E: [email protected]

P.O Box 1997, 20025 Lakeside Rd.
Gimli, Manitoba Canada
R0C 1B0

Making the choice to reach out for professional help is always rewarding. Welcome to a lifetime of recovery. Millions of people have achieved sustained recovery and you can too. We’re a full service recovery centre located one hour north of Winnipeg, on the shores of Lake Winnipeg in Manitoba. Our program is built on the fact that addiction is a treatable illness. From our individualized treatment, to experienced and qualified staff, day one of your lifetime of recovery begins here.

Behavioural Health Foundation Inc.

P: 204-269-3430

35 De la Digue
St. Norbert, Manitoba Canada
R3V 1L6

The Behavioural Health Foundation Inc. Is accredited by the Commission of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). It provides long-term residential programming for men, women and family units that are experiencing a variety of problems that almost always including addictions. The program is designed to offer graduated opportunities for equipping a person with the vocational, intellectual and communicative skills necessary for successful integration into society.

Eden Health Care Services

P: (204) 325-5355

Box 129 - 309 Main St.
Winkler, Manitoba Canada
R6W 4A4

Eden Health Care Services is a faith based health care organization that provides wrap around mental health services in various settings, from hospitalization to housing. Eden Health Care Services is owned by the Mennonite Churches of Manitoba but is part of the provincial mental health system. Eden Health Care Services works in partnership with Southern Health Santé Sud and community agencies to provide recovery oriented programs and services for individuals experiencing mental health concerns and their families. Head office in Winkler Manitoba but services are listed for Winkler, Winnipeg, Morris, Steinbach, Portage La Prairie and Altona. 24 HOUR CRISIS LINE 1-888-617-7715.


P: (204) 784-4090
E: [email protected]

167 Sherbrook Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 2B7

The Klinic Crisis Program operates a variety of crisis phone lines and online support services, providing free and confidential counselling, support and referrals for people who are suicidal, in crisis or struggling to cope. We have heard that some folks may be hesitant to use the Crisis Lines.

Mental Health Education Resource Centre (MHERC)

P: 204-942-6568
E: [email protected]

100-4 Fort Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 1C4

The Mental Health Education Resource Centre of Manitoba (MHERC) is a provincial resource promoting knowledge exchange. To promote mental health and educate about mental illness in an effort to encourage Manitobans to seek treatment early and to reduce the prejudice and discrimination that exists towards people with a mental illness.

Turning Leaf Community Support Services Inc

P: 204-221-5594
E: [email protected]

2nd Floor -2585 Portage Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3J 0P5

We are a non-profit, charitable organization that provides person-centered, crisis and treatment services to low and high-risk vulnerable and marginalized individuals living with mental illness and intellectual challenge in our community.

Two Spirit & LGBTQ+

Clan Mothers Healing Village

E: Online Contact Form

Clan Mothers Healing Village and Knowledge Centre will provide mid to long-term support to women, girls, two-spirit and transgender persons who have been victims of multi-generational trauma, sexual violence, sexual exploitation, and human trafficking; to help them begin their healing journey.

Drag The Red!

E: Join Facebook Group to message

Drag the Red started in 2014 with the goal of helping to solve cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women by searching the river, and the riverbank, for remains or other evidence.

Manitoba MMIWG Coalition

E: Send a message through the Facebook group

The Manitoba MMIWG2S Coalition is a Family & Survivor Coalition demanding action and providing support and advocacy against the ongoing genocide being committed on Indigenous Women, Girls and 2S people.

Two-Spirit Michif Local

Two-Spirit Michif Local logo

E: [email protected]

Métis Club, 406 McGregor Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 4X5

The Two-Spirit Michif Local is the first of its kind in the Métis Nation. We’re a home for 2SLGBTQ+ Métis citizens looking for belonging, for family and friends, for support and a safe space. The Two-Spirit Michif Local is a Manitoba Metis Federation local in the Winnipeg region that serves Métis citizens who identify as two-spirit (2S), lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, and/or non-binary.

Two-Spirited People of Manitoba Inc.

two spirit people manitoba

P: (204) 330-8671
E: Online Contact Form

PO Box 29064
333 St. Mary Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 4L1

The Two-Spirited People of Manitoba began in 1986 in Winnipeg. A group of concerned community members came together to support each other and plan community events. We became a non-profit organization in September 2007. We are a community-based organization focused on helping Indigenous LGBTQ/Two-Spirit people improve their lives. With the help of our tireless volunteers, we provide awareness workshops, advocate to prevent homophobia and transphobia, and organize community events.

The Sexuality Education Resource Centre (SERC)

P: 204-982-7800

167 Sherbrook Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 2B7

Sexuality Education Resource Centre is a community-based, non-profit, pro-choice organization. We are dedicated to promoting sexual health through education.


Clan Mothers Healing Village

E: Online Contact Form

Clan Mothers Healing Village and Knowledge Centre will provide mid to long-term support to women, girls, two-spirit and transgender persons who have been victims of multi-generational trauma, sexual violence, sexual exploitation, and human trafficking; to help them begin their healing journey.

Drag The Red!

E: Join Facebook Group to message

Drag the Red started in 2014 with the goal of helping to solve cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women by searching the river, and the riverbank, for remains or other evidence.

Ikwe Widdjiitimin

P: Toll Free: 1-800-362-3344

P.O. Box 1056
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 2X4

Ikwe Widdjiitimin is a Crisis Shelter with a mission To Support Aboriginal women and their children end family violence, by offering shelter during crisis and nurturing hope, change and empowerment for tomorrow. Our work supports the preservation and restoration of our Aboriginal cultures. We offer opportunities to be served in our native languages. We respect who we are and feel at home in our culture. We are inclusive and affirming of all cultures. Ikwe Crisis Line: 1-800-362-3344. Provincial Crisis Line: 1-877-977-0007.

Manitoba MMIWG Coalition

E: Send a message through the Facebook group

The Manitoba MMIWG2S Coalition is a Family & Survivor Coalition demanding action and providing support and advocacy against the ongoing genocide being committed on Indigenous Women, Girls and 2S people.

Native Women’s Transition Centre Inc.

P: 204-989-8244
E: [email protected]

105 Aikins Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 4E6

A safe home for Aboriginal women (and their children) who are in the process of changing their current life situation. The centre is a place where there is support and access to resources to enable growth and develop skills in becoming more self-determining persons. The centre offers a first or second stage program, which is a one year residency.

Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre

P: 204-477-1123

1150-A Waverly St
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3T 0P4

Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre is a not-for-profit, feminist organization supporting women to engage in healthy life choices for themselves and their families through innovative and responsive programming and excellence in service.

Manitoba Moon Voices

P: 204-942-1828
E: [email protected]

301-286 Smith Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 1K4

Manitoba Moon Voices Inc. (MMVI) is a non-profit organization supporting leadership and advancement for/by Indigenous women and gender diverse people in the Province of Manitoba.

North End Women’s Centre

P: 204-589-7347
E: [email protected]

394 Selkirk Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 2M2

The centre’s mandate is to assist women in gaining control over their lives. They offer parenting programs, anger management, grief and healing programs, referral services, information sessions, and operate the “Opportunity Shop” selling quality used clothing and house wares.

The Sexuality Education Resource Centre (SERC)

P: 204-982-7800

167 Sherbrook Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 2B7

Sexuality Education Resource Centre is a community-based, non-profit, pro-choice organization. We are dedicated to promoting sexual health through education.

The West Central Women’s Resource Centre

P: 204-774-9875
E: [email protected]

640 Ellice Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 0A7

The centre provides advocacy and information to community women, provides recreational and skills development opportunities, operates the Community Cupboard, holds craft programs with free access to sewing machines, sharing circles, and much more. To empower women and their community to move from where they are to where they want to be, by providing responsive programming, facilitating knowledge sharing and connection, and contributing to culture shift and policy transformation.


Aboriginal Head Start Program

E: [email protected]

See Website for centre locations.
218-181 Higgins Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada

The Aboriginal Head Start Program is designed to promote healthy development of Aboriginal children living in both urban and rural settings. It is controlled by local parents and caregivers.

Ndinawemaaganag Endaawaad Inc. (Ndinawe)

P: 204-589-5545
E: [email protected]

472 Selkirk Avenue
Winnipeg , Manitoba Canada
R2W 2M7

Our integrated services have been connecting vulnerable children and youth aged 11–17 with the shelter, culture, recreation, education, outreach and support they need for safe and healthy lives

Rossbrook House

P: 204-949-4090
E: [email protected]

658 Ross Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3A 1N1

Beyond being a safe place to be, Rossbrook House has three alternative school programs, an afterschool homework club, a young mom’s group, sports and recreational activities, Indigenous cultural activities, leadership activities, a music program, and a healthy kitchen program that provides daily meals to participants while teaching them about healthy eating and cooking.

Wahbung Abinoonjiiag

P: 204-925-4610
E: [email protected]

225 Dufferin Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 5N7

Wahbung Abinoonjiiag is a non-profit program that provides services to children 0-6 years of age and their families, who have experienced various forms of victimization. The program provides support, education, and culturally appropriate programming to children and parents who have been exposed or witness to family violence. The organization believes that, in order for our community to heal from family violence, all members of a family should have access to services that will assist in the family’s healing journey.

Inner City Youth Alive

P: 204-582-8779
E: [email protected]

418 Aberdeen Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 1V7

ICYA engages local kids by offering quality programs through which relationships grow. These supportive relationships play a vital role in the lives of hundreds who are at risk, providing hope, inspiration, mentorship and a strong sense of the Heavenly Father’s desire to be in relationship with us.

New Directions

P: 204-786-7051
E: [email protected]

500-717 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 0M8

New Directions for Children, Youth, Adults and Families Inc. is a nonprofit community-based organization that provides a diverse range of supports to individuals in a variety of settings. The range of services and supports we provide include day services to 24/7 staff residential settings, independent living where staff provide assistance only in identified targeted areas, supportive housing, cultural and education services, therapy, clinical and counselling services, and professional training.

Teen Stop Jeunesse

P: 204-254-1618

533 St. Anne's Road
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2M 3E8

We provide opportunities for personal growth and development to people in need of a helping hand by creating a feeling of belonging and acceptance in a home away from home atmosphere. All of our programs are available to any youth (aged 8-18) who would like to participate. TSJ wants the youth to know that no matter what their interests are or their personal situation is our staff care about them and are willing to listen. Our goal is to create a safe, secure fun place to go outside of school. We pride ourselves on creating programming based on ideas from our youth

Voices – Manitoba Youth in Care

P: 204-982-4950
E: [email protected]

3rd Floor, 61 Juno Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3A 1T1

Voices: Manitoba’s Youth in Care Network provides support, encouragement, and advocacy to young people in and from care in Manitoba. We come alongside youth while they are in care, as they transition to in(ter)dependence, and as they grow into adults pursuing their goals. We are youth-driven and youth-focused

Winnipeg Boys and Girls Club

P: 204-982-4940
E: [email protected]

300-61 Juno
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3A 1T1

The Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity program area promotes physical fitness, participation, positive use of leisure time, and the development of social and interpersonal skills. The Health Awareness and Life Skills development area encourages youth to nurture their own well-being, set personal goals and acquire the skills they need to live as self-sufficient adults. The Education and Career Exploration program area enables youth to develop the skills and knowledge they need to help them in school and when finding employment. The Education and Career Exploration program area enables youth to develop the skills and knowledge they need to help them in school and when finding employment.

Youth Agencies Alliance (YAA)

P: 204-982-4940
E: [email protected]

300-61 Juno Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3A 1T1

YAA values the development and implementation of a wide range of safe, constructive, inclusive and meaningful programs. Through participating in programming, youth will have the opportunity to develop important life skills and develop a sense of belonging to their community.

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