Sources of Support

Social Service Organizations

Social service programs provided by governments and social services agencies aim to help individuals, families, groups and communities enhance their individual and collective well-being, and to promote equity and opportunity in communities.

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.


Indigenous Relations Division

The Indigenous Relations Division establishes and maintains meaningful relationships and partnerships with and between Indigenous peoples, communities, and governments to assist the City of Winnipeg in our commitments to reconciliation.

Manitoba Indigenous Reconciliation

P: 204-945-3714
E: [email protected]

Minister's Office - 204 - 450 Broadway
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0V8

Manitoba Indigenous Reconciliation is focused on supporting healthy, safe and sustainable Indigenous communities Our goals include closing the gap in quality of life between Indigenous people and other Manitobans, particularly in the areas of education, health, housing, economic opportunities and employment. We are also working to enhance food security for Indigenous people, and we are committed to fulfilling constitutional obligations and provincial responsibilities to achieve greater social justice and reconciliation.

Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak MKO (Social Services)

P: Toll Free: 1-800-442-0488
E: Online Contact Form

"Head Office Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation / Winnipeg Office 102-1700 Ellice Avenue / Thompson Office 206-55 Selkirk Avenue "
Nelson House / Winnipeg / Thompson, Manitoba Canada
R0B 1A0 / R3H 0B1 /R8N 0M5

Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO) was created to provide a voice for First Nations in northern Manitoba that felt they were not being heard. It is meant to create opportunities by advocating, lobbying and protecting the powers and authority of the 26 MKO sovereign First Nations, and their inherent Treaty and Aboriginal rights.

Oshki Annishinabe Nigaaniwak

To give Indigenous youth positive opportunities in the community and civic system by bridging and providing culturally appropriate programs and supports related to employment, literacy and recreation to increase resiliency, self-sustainability, pride and future opportunities.

Gender Equity Manitoba

P: (204) 945-6281
E: [email protected]

409-401 York Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0P8

We’ve recently become Gender Equity Manitoba from the Manitoba Status of Women Secretariat. Gender Equity Manitoba works to advance gender equity across the province. We envision a safe and equitable Manitoba for people of all genders, by seeking to address barriers and eliminate gender based violence.

Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth (MACY)

P: (204) 988-7440 / (204) 677-7270 / Toll Free: 1-800-263-7146
E: [email protected]

Winnipeg: 346 Portage Avenue, Unit 100 / Thompson: 300 Mystery Lake Road
Winnipeg / Thompson, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0C8 / R8N 0M2

The Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth (MACY) is an independent office of the Manitoba legislature. That means we are outside the government and are not a part of any government department. The Manitoba Advocate is empowered by legislation to support and advise children, youth, and young adults of their rights and the services which should be available to them.

Social Services Appeal Board

P: 800-282-8069
E: [email protected]

7th Floor-175 Hargrave Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 3R8

The Social Services Appeal Board (SSAB) is a group of people appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council. The purpose of SSAB is to give Manitobans a fair, impartial, and informal appeal process of decisions relating to various social services and programs. The board has the authority to review appeals from Manitobans applying for, or receiving services under the following Manitoba Government programs: Employment and Income Assistance Program (Income Assistance, General Assistance, Shelter Assistance), Adoption Agency Licensing, Child Care Licensing and Subsidies, Child Care Qualifications Certification, 55-Plus: A Manitoba Income Supplement, Junior Component Rent Assist, Manitoba Prenatal Benefit, Residential Care Licensing, Employability Assistance for People with Disabilities Program (eligibility), and Community Living disABILITY Services Program (eligibility).

Child and Family Services

Awasis Agency of Northern Manitoba

P: 800-667-4734

100-701 Thompson Drive
Thompson, Manitoba Canada
R8N 2A2

Awasis serves communities in Northern Manitoba, including: War Lake, God’s Lake, Split Lake, Northlands, Barren Lands, Oxford House, York Landing, Fox Lake, God’s River and Shamattawa.

Child and Family All Nations Coordinated Response Network (ANCR)

P: 204-944-4200

835 Portage Avenue
627 Erin Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 0N6

ANCR is generally the first point of contact with the Child and Family Services system. ANCR seeks to bridge the gap and provide support and services to families and children to ensure the safety of children. ANCR is accessible round-the-clock to handle emergency and non-emergency calls. Programs and Services: After Hours Program, Intake Screening Program, Intake Screening Program, Intake Assment Program, Abuse Investigation Program, Early Intervention Program

Cree Nation Child and Family Caring Agency

P: 204-623-3847
E: [email protected]

P.O. Box 10130
Opaskwayak, Manitoba Canada
R0B 2J0

Cree Nation serves seven communities in Northern Manitoba: Chemawawin, Mathias Colomb, Misipawistik, Wuskwi Sipihk, Marcel Colomb, Mosakahiken and Sapotaweyak.

Dakota Ojibway Child and Family Services

P: 204-834-2323 or Toll-Free1-877-508-8289 After Hours 1-800-263-6237

Swan Lake First Nation 7A Band #293/Forest Hills,Box 310
Carberry, Manitoba Canada
R0K 0H0

Dakota Ojibway Child and Family Services provides services to eight reserves: Dakota Plains, Long Plain, Roseau River, Sioux Valley, Swan Lake, and Birdtail Sioux.

First Nations Family Advocate – Social Services

P: 855-996-9989
E: Online Contact Form

286 Smith Street Canada

The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs officially opened the Manitoba First Nations Family Advocate Office (FNFAO) on June 1st, 2015. Their mandate is from Manitoba Chiefs; they support the whole family; they advocate for First Nation-led solutions to address the CFS crisis in Manitoba.

First Nations of Northern Manitoba Child and Family Services Authority

P: 204-942-1842

2nd Floor - 383 Provencher Blvd
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2H 0G8

The First Nations of Northern Manitoba Child and Family Services Authority is committed to the well-being of First Nations children, families and communities and to respecting First Nation people’s traditions and cultures. Supporting and empowering First Nation child and family services agencies in northern Manitoba to enhance and enrich family life

Island Lake First Nations Family Services

P: (204) 456 2015

General Delivery
Garden Hill, Manitoba Canada
R0B 0T0

This is the listing for Island Lake First Nations Family Services on the First Nations Child & Family Caring site. The office is located in Garden Hill, Manitoba serving the communities of Garden Hill, St. Theresa Point, Red Sucker Lake, and Wasagamack.

Kinosao Sipi Minisowin Agency

P: 204-359-4551

First Nations Child and Family Services, under the auspice of Kinosao Sipi Minisowin Agency, is charged with the responsibility to provide mandated and non-mandated child and family services to the membership of the Norway House Cree Nation and other Aboriginal families from provinces west of Manitoba who are residing in Winnipeg.

Metis Child and Family Services Authority

P: 855-779-1277
E: [email protected]

204-150 Henry Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 0J7

Metis families and communities have the right and responsibility to care for children. Metis Child, Family and Community Services will work to strengthen the capacity of families to care for children through culturally relevant community-based programs. We believe in the inherent strength of our families and in the need to build on the capacity of our community to care for and nurture Metis children.

Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation Family and Community Services

P: 204-484-2341

Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation serves Nelson House.

Peguis Child and Family Services

P: 877-777-2049

P.O. Box 610
Peguis First Nation, Manitoba Canada
R0C 3J0

Peguis was integrated with Anishinaabe Child and Family Services from 1980 to 1987. In 1987 the communities of Fisher River, Jackhead, Dakota Tipi and Peguis became mandated as Intertribal Child and Family Services. After years of negotiations between Federal and Provincial governments and Chief and Council, Peguis Child and Family Services Board of Directors proceeded to become autonomous Agency. On April 1, 1999 Peguis Child and Family Services was mandated as an Agency under the Child and Family Services Act of Manitoba. The goal of the Agency is to establish a credible First Nations Child Welfare Agency which maintains and strengthens the family unit and recognizes the importance of the Child’s cultural heritage, identity and sense of belonging to their families and community as a whole.

Sagkeeng Child and Family Services

P: 204-367-2215

P.O. Box 700
Pine Falls, Manitoba Canada
R0E 1M0

Sagkeeng Child and Family Services is one of 10 agencies in the Southern First Nations Network of Care providing provincially mandated services. We believe that children are our gifts and as a community, it is our responsibility to guarantee their physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs. We provide a variety of services built on the principles of honesty, respect, kindness, trust, humility and courage.

Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nation Child and Family Services

P: 866-235-6968
E: [email protected]

Box 105
Marius, Manitoba Canada
R0H 0T0

Sandy Bay Child and Family Services believes that all children have the right to grow up in a safe and nurturing family environment, free from child abuse and neglect. To help protect children from abuse and neglect, the agency offers a variety of child protection services.

Southeast Child and Family Services

P: 204-947-0011

4th Floor, 360 Broadway Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0T6

Southeast Child and Family Services serves nine reserves: Poplar River, Berens River, Bloodvein, Pauingassi, Little Grand Rapids, Hollow Water, Little Black River, and Brokenhead.

Southern Chiefs’ Organization (Social Services)

P: (204) 946-1869 / Toll Free: 1-866-876-9701
E: [email protected]

Head Office - 200-200 Alpine Way / Winnipeg Sub-Office 1572 Dublin Avenue
Swan Lake First Nation - Headingley / Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R4H 0B7 / R3E 0L4

The Southern Chiefs’ Organization represents 34 Anishinaabe and Dakota Nations and more than 81,000 citizens in what is now called southern Manitoba. SCO is an independent political organization that protects, preserves, promotes, and enhances First Nations peoples’ inherent rights, languages, customs, and traditions through the application and implementation of the spirit and intent of the Treaty-making process. *Also see Southern Chiefs Organization under Foundations of Reconciliation and Indigenous Government for more information.*

Southern First Nations Network of Care

P: (204) 783-9190 or Toll-Free 1 (800) 665-5762
E: Online Contact Form

Swan Lake First Nation 200-200 Alpine Way
Headingley, Manitoba Canada
R4H 0B7

In partnership with our member Agencies, the Southern First Nations Network of Care is responsible for the management of child and family services to First Nations children and families throughout Manitoba. Our goal is to ensure that children, families and communities in need have the support they require to promote healthy growth and long-term wellness. The Southern First Nations Network of Care designs and manages Southern First Nation Child and Family Services program delivery. It also sets culturally-appropriate standards within provincial policies and funds Southern First Nation CFS agencies.

West Region Child and Family Services

P: 204-636-6158

Box 280
Erickson, Manitoba Canada
R0J 0P0

Services are available to Ebb and Flow, Rolling River, Keeseekoowewin, Valley River, Pine Creek, Crane River, Waywayseecappo, Gamblers Reserves, Brandon and Skownan.

Winnipeg Child and Family Services

P: 204-944-4438

404-1 Wesley Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 4C6

Winnipeg Child and Family Services provides comprehensive child protection and family support services in Winnipeg, in accordance with The Child and Family Services Act and The Adoption Act.

Crisis Supports

First Nation Shelters of Manitoba

E: Online Contact Form

Empowering Manitoba’s First Nation communities, women, children, and men, while providing a safer tomorrow in the process! We understand family violence and the different types of abuse are difficult to stop, but we all have a role to play. It takes courage to talk to someone, get help, and speak out for those in need; our youth, parents, relatives and neighbors. Especially if we suspect any type of abuse or violence in the home. Our shelters aim to protect, heal, and serve women, children, and families in Manitoba, with some shelters also providing services for men.

Hope for Wellness Helpline

P: Help Line 1-855-242-3310

The Hope for Wellness Helpline is available to all Indigenous people across Canada. Experienced and culturally competent counsellors are reachable by telephone and online ‘chat’ 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (1-855-242-3310) Both telephone and online chat services are available in English and French. Telephone support is also available upon request in: Cree, Ojibway (Anishinaabemowin), and Inuktitut. (Note: Supports in Cree, Ojibway, and Inuktitut are not available 24/7, so you may need to call in to find out the next time that a language-speaker will be available.)

Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak MKO Mobile Crisis Response Team

P: 1-844-927-LIFE (5433)
E: [email protected]

Head Office Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation / Winnipeg Office 102-1700 Ellice Avenue / Thompson Office 206-55 Selkirk Avenue
Nelson House / Winnipeg / Thompson, Manitoba Canada
R0B 1A0 / R3H 0B1 /R8N 0M5

The MKO Mobile Crisis Response Team provides holistic, culturally sensitive, and safe crisis response trauma intervention to First Nations in Manitoba. The team is an all-Indigenous team of special frontline helpers who will mobilize within your respective community. Our team will provide traditional and comfortable SAFE supports for your experience during your Crisis.

9-8-8 Suicide Crisis Helpline

P: Call or Text 988

You deserve to be heard. We’re here to listen. A safe space to talk, 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Call or Text 988.

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

P: Help Line 1-855-662-6605 or 204-944-6200
E: [email protected]

1031 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 0R8

At least 1 in 5 Canadians experience problems with alcohol, drugs or gambling during their lifetime. Many more are affected by someone they care about experiencing these struggles. People of all ages and backgrounds experience these issues – and make positive changes. We’re here for you.

Aulneau Renewal Centre

P: 204-987-7090
E: [email protected]

228 Hamel Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada

We help our clients work through their challenges to discover a positive vision, so they can optimize their personal potential and growth towards renewal. It is our commitment to provide a variety of services that have unique specialties and are tailored to meet every client’s needs, regardless of their personal and/or financial situation.

Crisis Response Centre

P: 204-940-1781

817 Bannatyne Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3E 0W2

The Mental Health Crisis Response Centre in Winnipeg is creating a central point of access for adults experiencing a mental health crisis, accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week within an atmosphere that promotes healing and recovery. This Centre of Excellence in crisis resolution ensures expert short term clinical treatment and support services are available through walk-in services, mobile services and scheduled appointment services, combined with planned linkage and referral to appropriate services and supports.

Crisis Stabilization Unit

P: Call 204-940-3633 and press 2

Address Provided Upon Accepted Referral
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada

The Crisis Stabilization Unit provides short-term, community-based supportive care and treatment for individuals in psychiatric or psychosocial crisis who may be at risk of hospitalization. Referrals are welcome from mental health-care professionals working in crisis services, community (e.g. PACT) and hospital.

Family Support Centre

P: 204-772-1923 / 1-800-655-0570
E: [email protected]

650 Broadway Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0X3

The Family Support Centre is a Christian faith-based ministry with counseling services open to everyone. They have services for crisis supports, women, men, infant loss, grief, family and relationships. For almost forty years we have walked through life’s challenges with thousands of women and men. With a commitment to confidentiality, we would be privileged if we could walk with you through your situation as well … wherever you’re at. Facing a challenge? Let’s talk.

Kids Help Phone

P: 1-800-668-6868 or Text 686868

Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only 24/7 e-mental health service offering free, confidential support to young people in English and French. Help Line 1-800-668-6868 or Text 686868. Did you know you can request an Indigenous crisis responder? Text FIRST NATIONS, INUIT or METIS to 686868.

Knowles Centre, Inc

P: 204-339-1951
E: [email protected]

2065 Henderson Highway
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2G 1P7

Knowles Centre Inc. is a community-based, non-profit social services agency for children, adolescents and young adults facing difficult times in their lives. It offers a range of therapeutic and skills-based programs that help young people to address past struggles, to develop healthier relationships and ways of like, and to reach their full potential in the future.Programs include group care treatment, treatment foster care, independent living, day treatment and sexual abuse treatment programs, plus a range of support services. Each program has its own admission procedures.

Manitoba Addictions Help Line

P: 1-855-662-6605
E: [email protected]

Drop-in: River Point Centre, 146 Magnus Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 2B3

The Manitoba Addictions Help Line is the central source for adult addictiont services. Call or text 1-855-662-6605 for immediate help.

Manitoba Farm, Rural and Northern Support Services 1-866-367-3276

No matter what the issue we are here for you. We offer free, confidential and non-judgmental counselling for anyone who lives on a Manitoba farm, or in a rural or Northern community.


P: 204-338-7971
E: [email protected]

442 Scotia Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2V 1X4

Marymound is a youth and family social services organization operating in Winnipeg and Thompson, Manitoba. Marymound provides a number of programs and services for vulnerable youth including crisis stabilization, assessment and treatment programs, group homes, treatment foster care, clinical services and cultural healing services based on a Two-Eyed Seeing approach that focuses on cultural renewal, land-based healing and Western therapeutic interventions, youth addiction services, sexual abuse treatment, youth education services including an independent therapeutic school and off campus school for older youth, an education bursary fund for current and past clients of Marymound, independent living programs, young parents programming, maternal health and early childhood supports, youth employment readiness, cultural programming and training.

The Link Youth and Family Supports

P: 204-477-1722
E: [email protected]

175 Mayfair Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3L 0A1

Welcome to The Link (formerly Macdonald Youth Services). The Link has been helping children, youth and families in Manitoba for nearly 100 years. Today our network spans 4 communities, and includes hundreds of staff, volunteers and foster families. 24 hour Crisis Line 1-888-383-2776

Wellness Together Canada

P: Immediate Crisis Support: Text WELLNESS to 741741

Wellness Together Canada – Mental Health and Substance Use Support was created in response to an unprecedented rise in mental distress since the COVID-19 pandemic, with funding from the Government of Canada. As a country, we are facing challenges at a scale we’ve never seen before, from social isolation and financial insecurity to substance use concerns and racial inequality. Whatever you’re going through, remember that you are not alone. We believe that wellness is a journey, not a destination—and every day, we can each take a step toward our own well-being. Wellness Together Canada is here to support you on that journey.

Disability Supports


P: (204) 987-1550
E: [email protected]

1605 Buffalo Place
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3T 6J8

DASCH is a compassionate, innovative organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with intellectual disabilities and fostering inclusivity within our communities.

Inclusion Winnipeg

P: 204-786-1414
E: [email protected]

1-120 Maryland Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 1L1

Inclusion Winnipeg is a registered charity which, for over 60 years, has been dedicated to making life better for children and adults living with intellectual disabilities. We do this by connecting people, assisting their families to navigate systems and leading the way in advancing their human rights. We promote respect, empowerment and belonging to ensure equality for all.

Independant Living Resource Centre (ILRC)

P: Toll Free and TTY 1-800-663-3043
E: [email protected]

100 - 167 Lombard Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 0V3

Mission Statement: “The ILRC is a consumer controlled organization that promotes and supports citizens with disabilities to make choices and take responsibility for the development and management of personal and community resources.”

Learning Disabilities Association of Manitoba (ldam)

P: (204) 774-1821
E: Online Contact Form.

617 Erin Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 2W1

Learning Disabilities Association of Manitoba empowers individuals impacted by learning disabilities and attention deficit disorders by providing programming, support, and advocacy. We strive to ensure that everyone has the right to learn and the power to achieve.

Manitoba Possible

P: (204) 975-3010 or Toll Free 1-866-282-8041
E: [email protected]

Head Office, 1857 Notre Dame Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3E 3E7

Manitoba Possible; formerly Society for Manitobans with Disabilities. We believe an inclusive and accessible society is possible. Breaking Down Barriers for 70 Years. In 1950, we began as the Society for Crippled Children, to assist children and youth with disabilities. In 1985, we became the Society for Manitobans with Disabilities, reflecting a then contemporary image for persons with disabilities and their families. In 2020, we became Manitoba Possible – not a society for Manitobans with disabilities, a society for all. Seeing what’s Possible. Fighting for Possible. Making Possible Happen. When you receive a disability diagnosis, it can change your life. You might think you have to give up on the future you had envisioned for yourself or your child. But you don’t. We’re here to change perspectives. We’re here to show Manitoba’s adults, youth and children exactly what’s possible.

Family Supports

Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre of Winnipeg

P: 204-925-3704
E: [email protected]

181 Higgins Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 3G1

The Aboriginal Health & Wellness Centre offers a wide range of health services to the Aboriginal community of Winnipeg.

Aurora Family Therapy Centre

P: 204-786-9251
E: [email protected]

515 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 2E9

At Aurora Family Therapy Centre, we work collaboratively with you to address your concerns. Our therapists are compassionate and resourceful people who believe that when we can pool our resources with those of our clients, together we will find solutions. Whether you’re experiencing relationship problems, or looking for ways to grow personally and professionally, Aurora Family Therapy Centre would like to help you to reach your goals.

Child Day Care Branch – Early Child Care Program

P: 204-945-0776
E: [email protected]

210-114 Garry Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 4V4

The Early Learning and Child Care Program oversees licensed early learning and child care in the province. Manitoba is committed to the well-being of children and their families by supporting the provision of quality, licensed, play-based early learning and child care (ELCC) programs for children from 12 weeks to 12 years of age.

Communities 4 Families

P: 204-475-5755

823 Ellice Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 0C3

Communities 4 Families (C4F) is a partnership of organizations, agencies and community members that work together to support families living in downtown Winnipeg. C4F is funded by Healthy Child Manitoba. Our members work across departments and sectors to facilitate a community development approach for the well being of Manitoba’s children, families and communities. Communities 4 Families believes in supporting healthy and active families, focusing especially on the preschool years.

Family Dynamics

P: 204-947-1401
E: [email protected]

401-393 Portage Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 3H6

We work with child care providers, families and community agencies to support children who are presenting behavioural, developmental and social-emotional needs or challenges in child care settings. This includes licensed child care facilities, family child care homes and nursery schools. Family Dynamics offers confidential counselling at our downtown location for individuals, couples, families and groups to develop new coping strategies. Our counsellors practice with a variety of therapeutic approaches to help clients navigate through life’s challenges. Providing child care in your home with a personalized family environment for children to learn and develop. The Parent Coach Program is a short-term home-based support for families who want to strengthen their parenting and/or home management skills. To qualify, parents must have children living in the home between the ages of 0 to 18 years.

Family Resource Centre (Portage La Prairie)

P: Call or Text: (204) 595-5005
E: [email protected]

234 Princess Ave
Portage La Prairie, Manitoba Canada
R1N 0R1

Our vision at the Family Resource Centre is to be a support for all families in Portage and surrounding area. We do this by: providing a safe and welcoming place for all, bringing families together, providing meaningful and educational programming, and being a source of trusted information.

Family Support Centre

P: 204-772-1923 / 1-800-655-0570
E: [email protected]

650 Broadway Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0X3

The Family Support Centre is a Christian faith-based ministry with counseling services open to everyone. They have services for crisis supports, women, men, infant loss, grief, family and relationships. For almost forty years we have walked through life’s challenges with thousands of women and men. With a commitment to confidentiality, we would be privileged if we could walk with you through your situation as well … wherever you’re at. Facing a challenge? Let’s talk.

Healthy Child Manitoba Office

P: 888-848-0140
E: [email protected]

3rd Floor-114 Garry St
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 4V4

With its community partners, the Province of Manitoba, has developed a network of supports and strategies for children, youth and families.

South Winnipeg Family Information Centre (SWIFIC)

P: 204-284-9311
E: [email protected]

800 Point Road (lower level)
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3T 3L8

South Winnipeg Family Information Centre (originally known as Fort Garry Family Life Centre) was established in the fall of 1974 as a result of community interest. The basic aim of establishing a family centre at that time was to provide programs and information to enhance the quality of family life in the community. Over 40 years later, we continue to be proud of the hundreds of volunteers who have contributed to the services of our Centre. Our volunteers are the strength and backbone of South Winnipeg Family Information Centre. Board members, staff, program facilitators and our Dress For Success volunteers demonstrate, year after year, that people coming together with a common goal and vision really can and do make a difference!

Strongest Families Institute SFI

P: National Office in NS: Toll-free phone: 1-866-470-7111
E: Online Contact Form and links to Manitoba Referral Options

National Office: 267 Cobequid Road, Suite 200
Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia Canada
B4C 4E6

SFI is an award-winning charity grounded in twenty years of social science research. Our evidence-based, bilingual mental health services are available for children/youth, adults, and their families, when and where they need them. SFI is a national Canadian organization with referrals to programming by province.

YMCA of Brandon

P: 204-727-5456
E: [email protected]

231 8th Street
Brandon, Manitoba Canada
R7A 3X2

The YMCA of Brandon is a charitable association dedicated to providing quality programs and services for all individuals in the development of Spirit Mind and Body. Aquatics, Camps, Childcare, Community Intitiatives, Global Initiatives, and Health and Fitness.

YMCA-YWCA of Winnipeg

P: 204-832-7002
E: Online Contact Form

3550 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3K 0Z8

We are a charity committed to nurturing the potential of children, teens and young adults, promoting healthy living and fostering social responsibility. For over 140 years, the YMCA-YWCA of Winnipeg has provided thousands of children and adults with programs and services dedicated to personal growth and community development. The Y is best known for our work with youth and in promoting health, but we also provide opportunities for people to develop leadership skills, philanthropic attitudes and a global perspective. We deliver lasting personal and social change. As a charity, we are committed to helping ensure that people are not turned away because they can’t afford the full membership fee. Our Member Access Program is available to people whose current financial situation limits their ability to participate in the Y’s programs. We are pleased to provide assistance to people who are unable to pay the full fee with convenient 3-month or 12-month membership terms.


Community Financial Counselling Services

P: (204) 989-1900
E: Online Contact form

516 – 294 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0B9

Community Financial Counselling Services, Inc. (CFCS) is a non-profit, United Way member agency. We are a credit counselling agency that can help you get a handle on your debt with a plan that works for you. They handle taxes and benefits, debt solutions, gambling help and offer education on budgeting and financial literacy.

Employment and Income Assistance

P: 204-948-7368
E: [email protected]

100 – 114 Garry Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 4V4

The Employment and Income Assistance Program (EIA) provides financial help to Manitobans who have no other way to support themselves or their families. This includes benefits from the Rent Assist Program that helps with housing costs. For people who are able to work, EIA will help them go back to work by providing supports to employment.

Manitoba Child Benefit

P: 877-587-6224
E: [email protected]

100-114 Garry Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 4V4

The MCB provides monthly benefits to low-income Manitoba families needing assistance with the cost of raising children.

Manitoba Prenatal Benefit and Community Support Programs

P: 888-848-0140
E: [email protected]

100-114 Garry Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 4V4

This program assists income-eligible pregnant women with a monthly cheque to meet their extra nutritional needs. It also offers community-based programs and provides information to pregnancy and new mothers on pregnancy, child development, and healthy eating.

Manitoba Tax Assistance Office

P: (204) 948-2115 / 1-800-782-0771
E: [email protected]

110A - 401 York Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0P8

To provide information and assistance to Manitoba residence with enquiries about Manitoba income tax, tax credit programs and program applications.

General / Wrap-around

Indigenous Leadership Development Institute Inc. (ILDII)

P: 204-949-1700 or Toll-Free 1-855-940-1700
E: [email protected]

206 – 1075 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 0R8

The Indigenous Leadership Development Institute Inc. is a non-profit organization established to build leadership capacity in Indigenous people. We are run by Indigenous people and directed by a volunteer board reflecting the diversity of the Indigenous community. This board identifies specific training required to produce able and accomplished Indigenous leaders. ILDII offers the following programs: Indigenous Languages Reviltalization – Online Resources, Indigenous Awareness Training (Canadian Version), and The Indigenous Carpentry Program.

Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.

P: 204-953-5820
E: [email protected]

455 McDermot Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3A 0B5

We lead women, men, children, youth, and our 2 Spirit community to health and balance through learning and healing programs grounded in traditional Indigenous knowledge and trauma informed practices. We lead our people to financial independence through skill-building and educational programs that celebrate and build up each person’s value and strengths,

Southeast Resource Develpment Council Corp

P: 204- 956-7500
E: email through the website

2nd Floor 360 Broadway
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0T6

SERDC Health Services was established in 1984 to provide health services and promote wellness to the over 14,000 community members of our 8 member communities. This website is designed to provide our community members with more information about our programs, services, and activities, as well as a platform to share resources from other services that may benefit community members in their pursuit of living a good life.


P: From anywhere in Manitoba Call 211
E: [email protected]

211 Manitoba is a free, confidential, 24/7 service that connects individuals to government, health, and social services that are available across the province. The service helps Manitobans who are looking to find the right community or social resource but don’t know where to start. 211 Manitoba also makes it easy for service providers and first responders to direct others to the right resource.

Harvest Manitoba

P: 204-982-3663
E: email through the website

1085 Winnipeg Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3E 0S2

1 in 8 Manitobans lives in a food insecure home. Harvest works closely with the clients and stakeholders and conducts research to advance meaningful policies and programs to help ensure no Manitoban goes hungry.

Manitoba Harm Reduction (MHRN)

P: 204-783-6184
E: [email protected]

545 Broadway
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0W3

The Manitoba Harm Reduction Network works toward equitable access, systemic change, and reducing the transmission sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections (STBBI) through advocacy, policy work, education, research and relationships. The MHRN and all of our sites are located on Indigenous land. Specifically, we are located on Anishinaabe, Ininew, Anish-Ininew, Dene, and Dakota land and are also in the homeland of the Metis Nation. Our central office is in Treaty 1, and we have been invited to work in Treaty 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 territories. As a non-Indigenous organization we are committed to the principles of reconciliation and are committed to integrating the TRC calls to action into our work.

Manitoba Psychological Society MPS

P: 204-488-7398
E: Online Contact Form

P.O. Box 151 RPO Corydon
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3M 3S7

The Manitoba Psychological Society (MPS) is a non-profit organization of Manitoba psychologists founded in 1966. Its purpose is to further the use of psychology, as a science and profession, in the service of human health, welfare, and quality of life. The Manitoba Psychological Society is committed to decolonization and reconciliation and we demonstrate that work with our society’s action steps towards inclusivity and reconciliation.

Manitoba Public Library Services – Comprehensive List

This is a spreadsheet comprehensive list of all public libraries across Manitoba. Not all Manitoba libraries have websites. Winnipeg Public Library and its programs and services is listed separately. UCN Regional Libraries are listed under UCN’s Post-Secondary Institution entries.

Osborne Village Resource Centre

P: 204-989-6503
E: [email protected]

1-107 Osborne St.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3L 1Y4

The Osborne Village Resource Centre is a non-profit pre-employment resource center dedicated to assisting clients on their journey to finding meaningful employment. We assist clients who are unemployed, under-employed, and/or those making a career change. Our main goal is to help clients find meaningful work not just a job.

Rainbow Resource Centre

P: (204) 474-0212 / 1 (855) 437-8523
E: [email protected]

545 Broadway
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0W3

Rainbow Resource Centre offers support to the 2SLGBTQ+ community in the form of counselling, education, and programming for individuals ranging from children through to 55±. It also supports families, friends, and employers of 2SLGBTQ+ individuals. (204-474-0212)

Winnipeg Public Library WPL – Social Services

P: 204-986-6450
E: Online Contact Form

Millennium Library 251 Donald St.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 3P5

Winnipeg Public Library has 20 locations serving the citizens of Winnipeg. The Library offers a variety of services including a broad range of collections, programs for all ages, and information services. Your library card may be used at any branch in the system.

Youth Employment Services

P: 204-987-8661
E: Email through website

614 - 294 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0B9

Youth Employment Services (Y.E.S. Manitoba Inc.) delivers employment services to youth. We receive our funding from the Province of Manitoba as well as many other donors and funders. We average over 12,000 visits to our Resource Area each year.


Cree Nation Tribal Health Centre

P: 204-627-1500 / 1-800-665-8539
E: [email protected]

PO Box 2760
The Pas, Manitoba Canada
R9A 1M5

Cree Nation Tribal Health Centre delivers health services to the following First Nation communities: Chemawawin Cree Nation, Grand Rapids First Nation, Marcel Colomb First Nation, Mathias Colomb First Nation, Mosakahiken Cree Nation, Opaskwayak Cree Nation, Sapotaweyak Cree Nation, and Wuskwi Sipihk First Nation. Services include: Brighter Futures, Initiative/Building Healthy Communities, client services, dental services & preventative dental health programs, environmental health, FASD prevention program, health education, home & community care, nursing, prevention program, referral – medical transportation, Wichiwaywin program, and provides crisis intervention mental health counselling.

Indian Residential Schools (IRS) Health Support Program

P: Crisis Line 1-866-925-4419

391 York Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 4W1

Indian Residential Schools Resolution Health Support Program provides eligible former students and their families with access to emotional health and wellness support services. The IRS Resolution Health Support Program provides: Professional counselling, emotional supports by support workers, cultural support by Elders, assistance with the cost of transportation and a crisis line.

Indigenous Counselling & Education Services

P: 204-999-1625
E: [email protected]

315 - 3336 Portage Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3K 2H9

Barry Fontaine MSW, RSW, Indigenous Counselling & Education Services (ICE Services). “My practice is based in the Indigenous culture and teachings while also involving western therapeutic techniques. The western knowledge was gained through studies at the University of Manitoba, Master of Social Work program with focus on individuals, couples and family counselling.​ This type of therapy takes place almost exclusively on a one to one basis in an office or less formal environment. In this therapeutic environment the use of Indigenous traditional knowledge and teachings are used as a way to convey the treatment process and goals with the use of western medical style therapeutic techniques.”

Keewatin Tribal Council (KTC) Referral Service & Medical Transportation Program

P: 1-800-665-6212

301 - 1440 Jack Blick Ave / 23 Nickel Road
Winnipeg / Thompson, Manitoba Canada
R3G 0L4 / R8N 0Y4

The Keewatin Tribal Council (KTC) Referral Service provides the most efficient and cost effective movement/retention of those registered First Nations people who must be sent to a center away from their home community to acquire appropriate health services by arranging for air and/or ground transportation, accommodations, escorting, interpreting services and to report to the respective nursing stations in the communities. The service is available and provided to the KTC membership communities and other communities affiliated where eligible First Nation person(s) may reside. The Keewatin Tribal Council (KTC) Medical Transportation Program operates with the objective to provide transportation services to those eligible to access medically required health services from the appropriate facilities in Thompson in accordance with Non Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) medical transportation directives and other First Nations and Inuit Health (FNIH) Manitoba regional guidelines. The transportation program in conjunction with the KTC Referral Unit transports those eligible to the Thompson health facilities for the purposes of fulfilling their medical needs.

Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin Inc. (KIM)

P: 204-202-8852
E: [email protected]

1700 Ellice Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3H 0B1

Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin Inc. (KIM) was established to work towards a new health system that will better respond to the needs of northern First Nations people in Manitoba. This new system will be developed through speaking directly to healthcare experts and communities and negotiating with systems so that services can be tailored to meet the needs of each First Nation and northern First Nations as a collective.

CBTm – Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Mindfulness Classes

E: Online Contact Form

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is recommended as first-line treatment for most mental health conditions. However, many people do not have access to CBT due to long waiting lists. There are an increasing number of self-help CBT resources available (books, websites, online interactive programs). Many of these resources are good and easily accessible. People are more likely to use self-help resources when they have even a small amount of guidance from a therapist.

Heartwood Healing Centre

P: 204-783-5460
E: Online Contact Form

104 Roslyn Rd
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3L 0G6

Formerly called The Laurel Centre. Heartwood Healing Centre is the only organization in Manitoba whose mission is specific to childhood sexual abuse. Childhood sexual abuse is a societal issue that affects people of all genders and lived experience. We aim to be an accessible, safe(r) space for healing and a respected community partner, providing leadership in addressing the individual and societal impact of childhood sexual abuse.


Huddle is a safe space for youth ages 12–29, offering free, trauma-informed and culturally safe health services in a youth-friendly atmosphere.

Manitoba Adolescent Treatment Centre (MATC)

P: 204-477-6391
E: [email protected]

120 Tecumseh Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3E 2A9

MATC provides a range of mental health services to children and adolescents who experience psychiatric and/or emotional disorders. MATC strives to be sensitive, responsive and innovative in meeting the changing needs of children, adolescents, families and communities. Services include supports for: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Service (ADHD), Community Child and Adolescent Treatment Service (CCATS), Centralized Intake Service, Early Childhood Clinic (ECC), Intensive Community Re-Integration Service (ICRS), Neurodevelopmental Service (NDS), Rural & Northern Telehealth Service (RNTS), Student Mental Health Resource Team (SMHRT), Tourette Syndrome Service (TSS), and Youth Forensic Service (YFS).

Mount Carmel Clinic

P: 204-582-2311
E: [email protected]

886 Main Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 5L4

Mount Carmel Clinic is working to increase the overall well-being of families by providing accessible, community-centred programs, resources, and health services. Each year we see thousands of people from the North End neighbourhood walk through our doors, and our goal is to provide each individual with the best quality of care possible.

Shared Health Manitoba

P: 204-926-8005
E: [email protected]

1502 – 155 Carlton St.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 3H8

Shared Health brings together clinical experts from across the province to deliver a patient-centred, accessible, responsive health system that people can count on. Shared Health plans clinical and preventive services for delivery across the entire province, supported by centralized administrative functions that use human, capital and financial resources in the best way possible. We work collaboratively with regional health authorities, service delivery organizations and communities to ensure the health care needs of Manitobans are met compassionately, effectively and as close to home as possible.

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

P: 204-926-7000

4th Floor, 650 Main Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 1E2

The WRHA serves residents of the city of Winnipeg, as well as the northern community of Churchill and the rural municipalities of East and West St. Paul, representing a total population of more than 750,000. The WRHA also provides health-care support and specialty referral services to nearly half a million Manitobans who live beyond these boundaries, as well as residents of northwestern Ontario and Nunavut, who often require the services and expertise available within the WRHA.

Women’s Health Clinic

P: 204-947-1517
E: [email protected]

Unit A 416 Graham Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0M3

We are a feminist community health clinic in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Since 1981, we have offered a range of services. We maintain the name Women’s Health Clinic due to the history and ongoing need for a safe place for women. We welcome other genders including Two-Spirit, genderqueer, trans and non-binary people. We also welcome males in some programs, recognizing that there are barriers to care for all genders. (204-947-1517)


KeKiNan Centre (Assisted Living)

A & O: Support Services for Older Adults is a not-for-profit organization that provides specialized services for older Manitobans across the province. The goal of these programs is to empower and support older adults in the community.

Kinew Housing Inc

P: 204-956-5093
E: Email through website.

394 McGregor Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 4X5

Kinew Housing was incorporated in Winnipeg in 1970 by a small group of people concerned about the availability of decent affordable housing available to Aboriginal people in the city. The first homes were purchased with private sources of funding by Kinew and were rented at cost, it was apparent very early that this would not be sustainable. Funding was eventually made available through housing programs from CMHC.

Co-operative Housing Federation of Canada – CHF Canada Prairies office

P: 613-230-2201 / Toll-Free: 1-800-465-2752
E: [email protected]

National Office: 225 Metcalfe Street, Suite 311
Ottawa, Ontario Canada
K2P 1P9

If you want to live in a housing co‑op, you need to apply for membership. Members are expected to take part in running the co‑op. Most co‑ops have rent-geared-to-income units, and some offer housing for people with special needs. Housing co-ops are welcoming places where all members have the right to live with dignity, free from harassment and discrimination.

M.A.P.S. Housing Co-op Ltd.

P: 204-982-2000

757 Henderson Hwy.
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2K 2K7

M.A.P.S. Housing Co-op Ltd. has constructed a total of 43 non-profit family housing units via three separate Projects financed in part by the Manitoba Housing/ CMHC Private Non-Profit Housing Program

Manitoba Housing

P: 204 945-4663
E: [email protected]

352 Donald Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 2H8

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.

S.A.M. Management Inc.

P: 204-942-0991
E: [email protected]

200-1080 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3G 3M3

S.A.M. (Management) Inc. is a non-profit corporation established to provide management of housing for single persons, families and senior citizens.The corporation responds to unique and new housing needs, as identified by the community. Housing is available on a rental basis.

Winnipeg Housing Rehabilitation Corporation

P: 204-949-2880
E: [email protected]

60 Frances Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3A 1B5

Winnipeg Housing has its roots in the revitalization of Winnipeg’s inner city. Many of Winnipeg Housing’s currently owned and managed residential buildings were unique projects retrofitted during the 1980’s. The buildings include a biscuit plant, printing warehouse, church, police station and many more. One example of our retrofitting projects is the Turner-Walker Building located at 425 Henry Avenue. It was designed by J.N. Semmens and originally built in 1912 by the Carter-Aldinger Company. Today, this building provides 26 Winnipeg families with affordable housing.


Elizabeth Fry Society of Manitoba

P: 204-589-7335
E: [email protected]

544 Selkirk Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 2M9

We provide advocacy, access to resources and support to women who are in conflict with the law. Some of the issues are addiction, poverty, mental health issues, marginalization, racism, long-term effects of residential schools and other forms of discrimination.

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Girls and Women

P: Support Line 1-844-413-6649

The National Inquiry’s Final Report reveals that persistent and deliberate human and Indigenous rights violations and abuses are the root cause behind Canada’s staggering rates of violence against Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA people. The two volume report calls for transformative Legal and social changes to resolve the crisis that has devastated Indigenous communities across the country. The Final Report is comprised of the truths of more than 2,380 family members, survivors of violence, experts and Knowledge Keepers shared over two years of cross-country public hearings and evidence gathering. It delivers 231 individual Calls for Justice directed at governments, institutions, social service providers, industries and all Canadians. National, independent toll free 24/7 support line at 1-844-413-6649

Native Clan Organization

P: 204-943-7357

204 - 424 Logan Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3A 0R4

The Native Clan Organization, Inc. (NCO) established in 1972, is a unique, Indigenous, non-profit community support charity. The Native Clan Organization helps and supports our relatives navigate through, heal from, and return to their communities after contact with justice systems and to provide advocacy and progression of Indigenous ways of justice within those systems.

John Howard Society of Manitoba

P: 204-775-1514
E: [email protected]

583 Ellice Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 1Z7

The John Howard Society of Manitoba supports individuals in conflict with the law – before, during and after incarceration. We are one of a very few number of organizations that provide support and guidance to individuals so they will not re-offend once they return to the community and the same stresses that contributed to them committing crime in the first place. Our programs and services help address the root causes of crime, build healthy families and safer communities. In the process of making positive life changes, participants are having a positive impact in their families and communities.

Missing Kids

P: 1-866-KID-TIPS (543-8477)
E: Online Contact Form is owned and operated by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection. As Canada’s missing children resource centre, offers families support in the search for their missing child and provides educational resources to help prevent children from going missing.

Supports for Homelessness

Hope, End Homelessness Winnipeg

P: 204-942-8677
E: [email protected]

Unit C-216 Pacific Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 0M4

Homelessness is a complex issue that no single organization can end on its own. We work with partners across sectors to lead the shift from managing homelessness to ending it. This means moving from costly emergency responses, such as shelters and crisis response, to long-term, sustainable solutions like prevention, housing and community services.

Main Street Project

P: 204-982-8260
E: [email protected]

75 Martha Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 1A4

The Main Street Project (MSP) assists individuals who are in need as a result of poverty, addiction, mental or physical illness, injury, abuse or homelessness. Services include: crisis intervention and referral, emergency shelter, detoxification programs, steet patrols, community outreach, a short-term transitional housing program.

Resource Assistance for Youth (RAY)

P: 204-783-5617
E: [email protected]

125 Sherbrook Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 2B5

Youth homelessness is a serious concern in Winnipeg, most importantly we know that it is preventable. Programs available to people under the age of 29.

Siloam Mission

P: 204-956-4344
E: [email protected]

300 Princess Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 1M3

At Siloam Mission, hope begins with a meal. By first filling basic needs, we can help our guests begin to look at a better future. Once inside our doors, people have access to all of our programs and services. The Nest supports participants in learning the life skills and coping strategies they need to meet their individual goals, maintain their sobriety, and eventually transition to independent living. The hygiene program provides community members with the opportunity to make use of showers and laundry machines, with all the amenities needed, at no cost.

Sunshine House

P: 204-783-8565
E: [email protected]

646 Logan Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3A 0S7

Sunshine House is a community drop-in and resource center focusing on harm reduction and social inclusion. We work to provide programming that fulfills people’s social, community, and recreational needs. Participants can come as they are, and are not expected to be “clean” or sober. Their programs cover a wide range of needs. Drop-In is a twice-weekly afternoon space for community members to come in for a cup of coffee, a meal, conversation and fun activities. Like That is a program that provides a space where people exploring gender and/or sexual identity can gather at Sunshine House for fun, skills building and recreation. Like That, the evening drop-in, is primarily for members of the 2SLBTQ+ communities. There is a Sunday brunch open to everyone. We provide a delicious Sunday brunch for $2 (kids under 12 are free)! Street Feet provides foot care services by appointment during our Drop-In times.


Mahihkan Bus Lines

P: The Pas(204) 623-2161 / Winnipeg (204) 783-9154 / Thompson /(204) 677-4181
E: [email protected]

Head Office Box 10010
Opaskawayak, Manitoba Canada
R0B 2J0

Mahihkan Bus Lines is First Nation owned and operated bus company servicing passengers and parcel shipments all over Manitoba. We offer charter services throughout North America. We became established April 1, 2019 and were previously known as Kelsey Bus Lines 2014, a Division of Aseneskak Casino.

Brandon Transit

P: 204-729-2300
E: Online Contact Form

Transit Information Office 21-8th St (Inside Downtown Terminal)
Brandon, Manitoba Canada

Busing information for the city of Brandon – Brandon Transit.

Calm Air International

P: Toll Free: 1-800-839-2256
E: Online Contact Form

Calm Air has service to over twenty-two communities in Manitoba and the Kivalliq region of Nunavut – with service to Arviat, Baker Lake, Chesterfield Inlet, Churchill, Coral Harbour, Flin Flon, Gillam, Naujaat, Rankin Inlet, Sanikiluaq, The Pas, Thompson, Winnipeg and Whale Cove.

Flin Flon Transit

P: (204) 681-7512

City of Flin Flon bus schedule and fares

Perimeter Aviation (& Bearskin Airlines)

P: Perimeter Call Centre: 1-800-665-8986 / Bearskin Call Centre: 1-800-465-2327
E: [email protected]

Head Office 626 Ferry Road
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3H 0T7

Perimeter Aviation is a customer service and community oriented airline that provides safe, flexible, and dependable airline services to communities in Manitoba and North Western Ontario. n the fall of 2017, our parent company, Exchange Income Corporation (TSX: EIF) made the decision to join Bearskin Airlines and Perimeter Aviation to strengthen both airlines and facilitate and encourage continued growth. This merger included a mandate to keep the best of these two northern aviation icons and together explore and develop new offerings and services for our customers.

Selkirk Transit

P: (204) 482-INFO (4636)
E: [email protected]

460 Main St
Selkirk, Manitoba Canada
R1A 1B9

Busing information for the city of Selkirk – Selkirk Transit.

Thompson Transit

P: 204-667-7910
E: [email protected]

81 Berens Road
Thompson, Manitoba Canada
R8N 1X3

Busing information for the city of Thompson – Thompson Transit. *CITY OF THOMPSON TRANSIT SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE as of May 3, 2024*

VIA Rail Canada Inc.

P: 1-888-VIA-RAIL (1-888-842-7245)
E: Online Contact Form

VIA Rail Canada Inc.’s mandate is to operate the national passenger rail services on behalf of the Government of Canada, offering intercity rail services and ensuring rail transportation services to regional and remote communities. Its objective is to offer a safe, accessible, efficient, reliable, sustainable and environmentally friendly passenger rail service that meets the needs of Canadian passengers.

Westman Shuttle

Westman Shuttle was born from the need for daily trips for Brandon and Westman residents to Winnipeg to attend medical appointments and for shopping to locations like CF Polo Park, The Outlet Collection, and Costco. Customer service and safety are the cornerstones of our business. Passengers traveling to Winnipeg will be picked up between 7:15-7:50 am from an address to be specified at the time of booking, leaving Brandon by approximately 8:00 am. Upon arrival in Winnipeg, drops will be made at our four drop off locations: CF Polo Park – 1485 Portage Ave #233, Costco – 1315 St James St, Health Sciences Centre – 820 Sherbrook St, and the Outlet Collection – 555 Sterling Lyon Pkwy.

Winnipeg Transit

P: Automated Service Line 204-986-5711
E: [email protected]

Administration Office: B-414 Osborne Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3L 2A1

Winnipeg’s Bus Service. Winnipeg Transit currently operates 84 fixed routes throughout the city. Depending on demand, the scheduled service may include main line routes, express routes or suburban feeders.

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