The Government of Canada . If you are looking for a government department or program that is not listed here, please see the Social Services section.

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.

Federal, Provincial, and Municipal

Aboriginal Single Window

P: 204-984-1415

100-181 Higgins Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 3G1

The Aboriginal Single Window is a joint undertaking of the Government of Canada, the Province of Manitoba and the City of Winnipeg. It enables staff in various government departments, currently working with Aboriginal issues, to co-locate in a single office. The intention of this cooperative plan is to: provide a one-stop-shop to organizations that need access to government-funded Aboriginal programs, make information about these programs easier to obtain, foster co-operation and information-sharing between various government agencies and Aboriginal organizations

Canadian Mental Health Association

P: 204-982-6100
E: [email protected]

930 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 0P8

CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg offers a variety of services. Our services are informed by CMHA’s Framework for Support and the recovery model as basis for working with people with mental health illnesses and challenges. CMHA recognizes the negative impact of stigma and offer community and workplace educational workshops, mental health promotion initiatives, and stigma awareness programs.


Government of Canada

P: 613-992-4793
E: [email protected]

111 Wellington St
Ottawa, Ontario Canada
K1A 0A6

The government of Canada is the body responsible for the federal administration of Canada. A constitutional monarchy, the Crown is the corporation sole, assuming distinct roles: the executive, as the Crown-in-Council; the legislature, as the Crown-in-Parliament; and the courts, as the Crown-on-the-Bench. Three institutions—the Privy Council; the Parliament of Canada; and the judiciary, respectively—exercise the powers of the Crown.

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