Counsellors / Psychologists

A Place to Call Home uses a Intensive Case Management (ICM) Approach that provides a range of program services for Chronic and Episodic homeless urban Aboriginal person empowering the individual (s) to achieve their self –identified goal. All Program services provided are holistic and based on AHWC’s Medicine Wheel approach and represent our philosophy of intervention, prevention, treatment, aftercare and promotion.

Advocacy Human Rights Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Health Mental Health Urgent Services Basic Needs

The primary long-term focus for Abintci Mino-Ayawin is on the health care needs of young Aboriginal children ages 0 -6 and their families. Abinotci serves Aboriginal families who have children residing with them, ages 0 to 6 years, living in Winnipeg, under conditions of risk.

Advocacy Human Rights Family Accessing Supports / Services Parenting Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Mental Health

Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs AMC

AMC Jordan’s Principle

P: 204-956-0610 (main line) /1-888-324-5483 (toll free)
E: [email protected]

https://manitobachiefs.com/policy-sectors/jordans-principle/

Jordan’s Principle is a child-first and needs-based principle that applies equally to all First Nations children resident on or off reserve. It ensures there is no denial or delay for First Nations children in receiving essential public services that are available to all other children by having the government department of first contact pay for the service.

Academic Disability Accommodations Advocacy Health Advocacy Family Accessing Supports / Services Youth Activities Health Disability Services Mental Health Transportation Transportation Resources / Assistance

Atoskiwin Training and Employment Centre of Excellence ATEC

ATEC – Intake Education and Training Pathway (IETP)

P: (204) 484-2114 / (204) 484-2886 or Toll Free: 1-866-614-7686
E: Online Contact Form

https://atoskiwin.com/intake-process

The IETP is a prerequisite to all training in a student’s journey whether academic or trades training. The IETP is a living document created at the grassroots level which incorporates a distinct approach in assisting the learners’ journey. Based on the performance of the applicant a basic understanding of where the student may fall academically is documented by the IETP staff member and is put into the individuals training plan. The intake process and programs at ATEC offer the following supports: Traditional Teaching, In House Therapists, Access to all post-secondary, technical and access to industry, Mature Student Diploma Program, Adult Education Program, Literacy and Essential Skills, Essential Skills upgrading and Training, Social Job Readiness, Career Coaching and Screening and Assessment called SASSI (Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory) with referrals to a partner Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation treatment center called the Medicine Lodge if any students need those referrals.

Academic Certifications / Licenses / Degrees Education & Training Flexible Learning Post-Secondary Preparation Work-integrated Learning Career Pathways Mentorship / Networking Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Mental Health

Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council Member Nations

Chan Kagha Otina Dakhóta Oyáte – Birdtail Sioux Dakota Nation

P: (204) 568-4540
E: [email protected]


Mailing Address: Box 130, Beulah, Manitoba R0M 0B0
Beulah, Manitoba Canada
R0M 0B0

https://birdtailsioux.ca/

Birdtail Sioux Dakhóta Oyáte (Dakota Nation) is a modern and progressive First Nation located approximately 50 km north of Virden, Manitoba and has a population of about 500 people on approximately 7,128 acres (28.85 km2) of land. It is bordered by the Rural Municipality of Miniota and the Rural Municipality of Archie.

Academic Education & Training Post-Secondary Preparation Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Emergency Services Mental Health Physical Health Family Accessing Supports / Services Daycare Senior Services Youth Activities Financial Funding Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Local Health Care Mental Health

Swampy Cree Tribal Council Member Nations

Chemawawin Cree Nation – Easterville – Treaty 5 Territory

Chemawawin Cree Nation (CCN) is located next to Easterville, Manitoba: on the south shores of Cedar lake, approximately 440 Kilometers North of Winnipeg on highway 60. Chemawawin Cree Nation is home to a population of approximately 1200 residents. The First Nation is located with Treaty Five territory and is a distance of 440 kilometers north of Winnipeg.

Academic Education & Training Advocacy Community Activism Human Rights Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Family Daycare Senior Services Financial Funding Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Local Health Care Mental Health Housing House Maintenance Housing Resources

Circling Buffalo Inc.

Circling Buffalo Services Stream 1 – Improving the Quality of Life

Project Goals: Provide optimal services of mental health crisis intervention to First Nations and First Nation shelters. Create awareness and knowledge of the services available through Circling Buffalo Inc. Improve the quality of life for those suffering from mental health concerns or episodes of mental health concerns with the use of crisis intervention stabilization. Work with First Nation shelters and First Nations to bridge the gap between clients in crisis and access to services of MHT.

Emergency Services Mental Health Health Mental Health Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention Resources / Hot Lines

Cree Nation Tribal Health Centre

Cree Nation Tribal Health Centre Info

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


PO Box 2760
The Pas, Manitoba Canada
R9A 1M5

https://mb.211.ca/detail/44805518/

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.

Health Local Health Care Mental Health Workshops Transportation Medical / Medical Appointment Transportation

Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council Member Nations

Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council

DOTC is responsible and obligated to provide services and programs to its member First Nations and members. While functioning primarily within the mandated area, the Tribal Council does work in partnership with other relevant entities within and outside the DOTC region as determined by DOTC Administration or directed by the DOTC Council of Chiefs.

Academic Education & Training Post-Secondary Preparation Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Community Connection to Home Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Urban Transition Family Accessing Supports / Services Health Disability Services Local Health Care Mental Health Workshops Housing Housing Resources

Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre

Family Group Conferencing (FGC)

Family Group Conferencing (FGC) is an Indigenous-led evidence-based model that assists families involved with CFS mandated agencies become the decision makers in reunifying their families. All members of a family meet to discuss what is needed to ensure their child(ren) will be cared for and safe, supported by a FGC mentor and a broad range of Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata wrap around supports and services. FGC acknowledges that families have the capacity and expertise to address family concerns and develop their own care plans with success and accountability, provided they have adequate resources and relevant information to guide and support their decisions.

Advocacy Legal Advocacy Family Accessing Supports / Services Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Mental Health

First Nation Shelters of Manitoba

First Nation Healing Centre Inc. – Fisher River Cree Nation

P: 24-hour toll-free crisis line 1-800-692-6270

https://firstnationshelters.ca/shelters/

Located in Fisher River Cree Nation, the mission of the FNHC Inc. is to provide a community resource for women, children, and families who are impacted by family violence.

Health Mental Health Urgent Services Basic Needs Personal Safety / Violence Prevention Resources / Hot Lines

First Nation Shelters of Manitoba

First Nation Shelters of Manitoba – Database of Shelters

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.

Health Mental Health Urgent Services Basic Needs Personal Safety / Violence Prevention Resources / Hot Lines

Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council Member Nations

Gaa-wiikwedaawangaag – Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nation – Treaty 1 Territory

P: 888-600-4393
E: Online Contact Form


Mailing Address: Box 109 Marius, Manitoba ROH 0T0
Marius, Manitoba Canada
R0H 0T0

http://www.sandybayfirstnation.com/

Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nation exists to deliver culturally appropriate support services through respectful, accountable, transparent communication and leadership for the betterment of the community.

Academic Post-Secondary Preparation Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Family Daycare Senior Services Youth Activities Financial Funding Health Exercise Facilities Local Health Care Mental Health

Heartwood Healing Centre

Heartwood Healing Centre – Cultural Program

Heartwood Healing Centre is in the process of developing a cultural program that will include activities and supports that centre Indigenous ways of knowing, feeling, being and doing.

Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Mental Health

Hope for Wellness Helpline

Hope for Wellness Helpline Services

P: Help Line 1-855-242-3310

https://www.hopeforwellness.ca/

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.) Hope for Wellness counsellors have diverse educational and professional backgrounds, knowledge on a variety of topics, and demonstrated cultural competence. When you call the Hope for Wellness Helpline you will speak with a knowledgeable professional who will listen, discuss support and resources.

Health Mental Health Urgent Services Resources / Hot Lines

Government of Canada

Inuit Post-Secondary Education Strategy

Financial assistance to support Inuit students pursuing postsecondary education.Eligible expenses that can be applied for include: transcript and application fees, tuition and other students fees,initial professional certification and examination fees, books and supplies, supplemental Tutoring, guidance and counseling services, living expenses including for dependents, if applicable, transportation supports when needed, expenses associated with travel home including for dependents, as applicable, child care as needed. Funding is also allocated for activities based on local needs assessments to promote students’ pursuit of post-secondary education and the attainment of a credential. These include:information technology and remote location access to allow students the opportunity to complete distance education or online courses from their home communities.

Academic Tutoring / Peer Support Community Connection to Home Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Family Daycare Financial Cost of Living Funding Health Mental Health Transportation Transportation Resources / Assistance

First Nation Shelters of Manitoba

Jean Folster Place – Norway House Cree Nation

P: 24-hour crisis line: (204)-359-3446

https://firstnationshelters.ca/shelters/

Located in Norway House Cree Nation, we provide services for all who seek refuge from domestic / family violence. We provide women, children, and families suffering from abuse with temporary and secure shelter where they have the reassurance of safety to assess their situation.

Health Mental Health Urgent Services Basic Needs Personal Safety / Violence Prevention Resources / Hot Lines

KIM supports health and wellness services for 23 First Nation communities in northern Manitoba with a focus on equitable care, addressing racism in the health care system, responsiveness to emerging needs, and filling gaps in the health care system. This is accomplished through advocacy, collaboration, and integration with the First Nation communities, and federal/ provincial partners.

Academic Mentorship Advocacy Health Advocacy Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Mentorship / Networking Family Accessing Supports / Services Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Local Health Care Mental Health Workshops

Keewatin Tribal Council Member First Nations

Kischewaskahegan – York Landing – York Factory – Treaty 5 Territory

P: 204-341-2180

http://www.yffn.ca/

The York Factory First Nation (YFFN) Ininéwak have lived on the land that is now northeastern Manitoba for thousands of years – since the glaciers melted. During this time, we developed an intimate relationship with the land that represents an unbroken cultural thread transmitted from our ancestors to current members of the community. To be Ininéwak was, and still is, to be part of an ancient tradition that mastered and specialized in life through the most challenging environments. Through our cultural teachings & practices, our relationship to the land has supported our health and well-being since before recorded history. York Landing (Kawéchiwásik) is now home to our community, but our ancestral home at York Factory (Kischi Wáskáhikan) continues to be at the coast. We remain deeply connected to our traditional territory. At every opportunity, we return to the coast to celebrate our community, land, and culture.

Academic Education & Training Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Emergency Services Police / Fire / Ambulance Family Accessing Supports / Services Daycare Parenting Youth Activities Financial Funding Health Local Health Care Mental Health Housing Housing Resources

Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre

Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Programs

Community Care – Natural gathering places for Winnipeg’s urban Indigenous community that are community driven, culturally relevant prevention and support based programs that include drop-in, emergency services, workshops, training and volunteer opportunities. Caring for Our Relatives – Protect children and honour the sacred bond of families with their children by ensuring Indigenous children remain connected to their family and community. Youth Development – Honours youth as the current and future generation of leaders through culture, education, recreation, empowerment, training, employment and leadership development opportunities. Indigenous Knowledge – Returning to our Indigenous values and practices of caring for one another. Specialized programs to lead truth and reconciliation initiatives and our leadership role to support a strong sister organization network.

Academic Study Space / Computer Usage Advocacy Legal Advocacy Community Friendship Centres Family Senior Services Youth Activities Financial Financial Workshops / Skill Development Health Mental Health Workshops Transportation Transit Programs Urgent Services Basic Needs Food Banks / Subsidized Grocery Services

First Nation Shelters of Manitoba

Mamawehetowin Crisis Centre – Mathias Colomb Cree Nation

P: 24-hour toll-free crisis line: 1-866-432-1041

https://firstnationshelters.ca/shelters/

Located in Mathias Colomb Cree Nation, we are here to listen and we care. We provide women, children, and families suffering from domestic and / or family abuse with temporary and secure shelter in which they can seek refuge to assess their situation.

Health Mental Health Urgent Services Basic Needs Personal Safety / Violence Prevention Resources / Hot Lines

Swampy Cree Tribal Council Member Nations

Mathias Colomb Cree Nation – Pukatawagan – Treaty 5 Territory

The Mathias Colomb Cree Nation is a remote northern Manitoba Cree Community, located 210 km north of the Town of The Pas and 819 km northwest of the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, which has two reserves under its jurisdiction, IR 198 and IR No. 199. Situated beautifully in the heart of the Manitoba’s North, the community has plenty of opportunities and much to offer.

Academic Education & Training Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Emergency Services Police / Fire / Ambulance Family Accessing Supports / Services Financial Funding Health Local Health Care Mental Health Housing Housing Resources Urgent Services Basic Needs Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Government of Canada

Métis Nation Post-Secondary Education Strategy

Financial assistance to support Métis Nation students pursuing post-secondary education. Funding is allocated annually for direct financial support for Métis Nation post-secondary students. Eligible expenses include: transcript and application fees, tuition and other students fees, initial professional certification and examination fees, books and supplies, supplemental tutorial, guidance and counseling services, living expenses including for dependents, if applicable, transportation supports when needed, expenses associated with travel home including for dependents, as applicable, and child care as needed. Programs and services available include: academic readiness and support, wraparound services to students and their families such as; student-peer mentorship, career counselling, clinical and mental health services, Elder guidance, Knowledge-keeper, student cultural support, outreach and navigation services, cultural education and life-skills development, including fostering awareness and cultural belongings as a citizen of the historic Métis Nation, and information technology and remote locations access to allow students the opportunity to complete distance education or online courses from their home communities.

Academic Tutoring / Peer Support Community Connection to Home Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Family Daycare Financial Cost of Living Funding Health Mental Health Transportation Transportation Resources / Assistance

Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre of Winnipeg

Mino-Pimatiziiwin Program (Men’s Healthy Living)

This program is focused on providing services to Aboriginal men who are attempting to make positive lifestyle changes in their lives as role models within the family unit and as agents of change within the community. The program is responsive to individual crisis situations so participants are able to drop in when necessary.

Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Family Parenting Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Mental Health

New Directions

New Directions – Opikihiwawin

Opikihiwawin responds to the needs of Indigenous adoptees and foster people in all stages of their lives by providing cultural education, supports and advocacy. We believe that it is every Indigenous adoptee and foster person’s inherent right to know and experience their culture. Our cultural programs create a positive sense of identity and belonging and help adoptees and foster people build relationships in the Indigenous community.

Academic Education & Training Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Family Accessing Supports / Services Health Disability Services Mental Health

Ni-Apin is a Cree word which means “ I’m sitting” with the intended meaning of “ I’m sitting at home”. The Ni-Apin Program will provide a range of program services for the homeless urban Aboriginal person who suffers from multiple barriers.

Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Local Health Care Mental Health Housing Housing Resources

First Nation Shelters of Manitoba

Noosi Muskwa Women’s Shelter – Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation (Nelson House)

P: Emergency on Call: 431-354-1840 / Landline: 204-484-2634
E: [email protected]


20 Otetiskiwin Drive
Nelson House, Manitoba Canada
R0B 1A0

https://www.ncncree.com/community-facilities-and-programs/ncn-womens-shelter/

We are a safe space that provides temporary shelter for up to eight women (with their families) at a time. The women’s shelter is available 24 hours a day, with security, monitoring, and policies to ensure safety at all times.

Health Mental Health Urgent Services Basic Needs Personal Safety / Violence Prevention Resources / Hot Lines

North Point Douglas Women's Centre

North Point Douglas Women’s Centre Services & Programs

Over time, and with a great deal of hard work and courageous hearts, staff and financial resources have grown alongside the needs of the community, but it is always a struggle to keep up. The Women’s Centre remains committed to supporting community members where they are at, in a process that is community led, compassionate, and culturally safe. The centre houses many services and programs. Our Drop-In Centre is a safe space that welcomes all women identified people. During the pandemic the drop in has been a door service program so check with the centre on it’s current status. The Drop – In / Door Service offers basic needs like Snacks and beverages, Emergency food, baby items, and hygiene products, Access to computers, phone, and washroom, Laundry (by appointment only; $1/wash $1/dry, soap and dryer sheets provided), Seasonally appropriate shoes and clothing when available, Smudging and traditional medicines, Crisis support, Printing, photocopying, and faxing, and Resources, referrals, & advocacy. The other programs include Red Road to Healing, free counselling, a parenting program for all caregivers, the Women’s Warrior Circle , Men’s Night, Ceremonies, and the Community Oven.

Community Community Activism Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Peer Support Family Accessing Supports / Services Health Mental Health Urgent Services Basic Needs

Swampy Cree Tribal Council Member Nations

Opaskwayak Cree Nation – Treaty 5 Territory

Opaskwayak Cree Nation is over 6,000 people strong, more than 1/2 of whom live on the 15,002 acres of Opaskwayak Cree Nation land. In our culture, Living the Good Life includes wellness, strong relationships and respect for all of creation. It means living in all the ways that are right with your soul. We exist to heal and strengthen our community, deepening our culture and advancing our independence, so each person can walk their own path. We see a strong, united, self-governing, self-sustaining Opaskwayak Cree Nation of Mino Pimâtisiwin, living our rich culture and beliefs, protecting our land and our language. We are on a mission to improve the lives of the Opaskwayak Ininew, every day.

Academic Certifications / Licenses / Degrees Education & Training Post-Secondary Preparation Work-integrated Learning Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Mentorship / Networking Work Placement Emergency Services Mental Health Physical Health Police / Fire / Ambulance Family Accessing Supports / Services Clothing Resources Daycare Parenting Senior Services Youth Activities Financial Funding Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Local Health Care Mental Health Transportation Medical / Medical Appointment Transportation Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Pimicikamak Cree Nation - Cross Lake Band - Treaty 5 Territory

Pimicikamak Cree Nation – Cross Lake Band

P: 204-646-2218
E: Online Contact Form

https://crosslakeband.ca/

The Cross Lake Indian Reserve consists of Reserve No. 19, 19A, 19B, 19C, 19D, and 19E. All are adjacent to each other and located approximately 190 air kilometers (118.5 miles) south of Thompson and 520 air kilometers (325 miles) north of Winnipeg along the shore of the Nelson River, where it enters into Cross Lake. According to the regional population statistics as of August 2016; the Band has an on-reserve population is 6,047 and an off-reserve population of 2,399. The total Band population is 8,446.There are individuals of non-aborginal origin, as well as a number of Metis residing on-reserve. The majority of the population is treaty status.

Academic Education & Training Post-Secondary Preparation Study Space / Computer Usage Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Mentorship / Networking Work Placement Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Family Accessing Supports / Services Parenting Senior Services Financial Funding Health Disability Services Local Health Care Mental Health Housing House Maintenance Housing Resources Transportation Medical / Medical Appointment Transportation Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Southern Chiefs Organization SCO

SCO Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT)

P: Toll Free #: 1-877-SCO-2880 (1-877-726-2880)
E: [email protected]

https://scoinc.mb.ca/mental-wellness-mobile-crisis-response/

The SCO MCRT was created at the request of Chiefs and communities, to support southern First Nation citizens and families. The MCRT works in a collaborative way with southern Knowledge Keepers, Elders, and culturally appropriate mental health teams and clinical wellness service providers. The MCRT’s primary focus is crisis response and intervention, and the Team also provides liaison and navigator support services. The MCRT includes a range of services, delivering culturally responsive, trauma-informed, and appropriate southern mental health and wellness and includes members who speak Anishinaabemowin.

Emergency Services Mental Health Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Mental Health Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention Resources / Hot Lines

Government of Canada

Supporting Inuit Children

The Inuit Child First Initiative ensures Inuit children have access to the essential government funded health, social and educational products, services and supports they need, when they need them. Each child’s situation is unique. Please contact your regional focal point to discuss what coverage is available based on the child’s needs. Examples of what could be funded include: wheelchair ramps, addiction services, cultural services from Elders, mental health counseling, assessments and screenings, medical supplies and equipment, therapeutic services, land-based activities, specialized summer camps, respite care programs based on cultural beliefs and practices, tutoring services, transportation, and specialized school transportation.

Academic Tutoring / Peer Support Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Health Disability Services Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Mental Health Transportation Disability Transportation

Urban Circle Training Centre Inc.

Urban Circle Training Centre Inc. Programs

At Urban Circle, our goal is to provide culturally appropriate education and training to First Nations, Metis, and Inuit women and men in Winnipeg. Since 1991, we have offered certified programming that connects to both our cultural teachings and labour-market demands. At our Centre, students are provided with a sense of belonging and community, and we are committed to enriching the quality of their educational experience by providing them with opportunities for personal growth and success.

Academic Certifications / Licenses / Degrees Post-Secondary Preparation Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Family Daycare Health Mental Health

First Nation Shelters of Manitoba

Wechihin Waskkahikan Women’s Centre – Shamattawa First Nation

Located in Shamattawa First Nation, our staff are here to help you with your needs. Our staff are committed to helping you.

Health Mental Health Urgent Services Basic Needs Personal Safety / Violence Prevention Resources / Hot Lines

9-8-8 Suicide Crisis Helpline

9-8-8 Suicide Crisis Helpline – Get Help 24/7

P: Call or Text 988

https://988.ca/

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.

Emergency Services Mental Health Health Mental Health Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention Resources / Hot Lines

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – AFM North

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in Northern Manitoba, in Thompson, Flin Flon and The Pas. Contact info listed here for Thompson.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – All Other Offices Outside of Winnipeg

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in all other offices outside of Winnipeg. Listings for Beausejour, Boissevain, Brandon, Dauphin, Flin Flon, Gimli, Minnedosa, Portage la Prairie, Rossburn, Selkirk, Southport, Steinbach, Ste. Rose du Lac, Swan River, The Pas, Thompson, Virden, and Winkler (covering the Winkler and Morden area).

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – Brandon and Surrounding Area

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in Brandon and the surrounding area. Contact info listed here for Brandon’s Parkwood Centre.

Health Mental Health

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – Parkland

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in the Parkland region. Contact info listed here for St. Rose du Lac.

Health Mental Health

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – River Pointe Centre in Winnipeg

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in the River Pointe Centre in Winnipeg. This centre is home to both the Winnipeg Men’s Program, the Winnipeg Men’s Intake and the Manitoba Opioid Support and Treatment.

Health Mental Health

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Impaired Driver Program

If you have been charged with impaired driving attending AFM’s Impaired Driver Program is one of the steps you need to take for Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) to consider reissuing your licence.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Manitoba Opioid Support and Treatment (MOST)

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

https://afm.mb.ca/programs-and-services/most/

The Manitoba Opioid Support and Treatment (MOST) Program supports individuals who are dependent on opioids by prescribing medication that reduces the symptoms of withdrawal as well as providing counselling and other supports. AFM offers this program in Winnipeg and Brandon.

Health Mental Health

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Programs and Services for Adults

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

https://afm.mb.ca/programs-and-services/for-adults/

Adult services are provided to adults 18 years and older who are seeking assistance either due to their own or another’s involvement with alcohol, drugs, and/or gambling. We offer in-house and community-based services in communities across Manitoba. AFM’s Adult Treatment Services provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals making healthy lifestyle changes. We appreciate that these changes usually involve taking risks and often require time for people to develop new life skills. If substance use or gambling issues are causing you or your family concern, we can help.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Programs and Services for Family

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

https://afm.mb.ca/programs-and-services/for-family/

When someone is struggling with drugs, alcohol or problem gambling, that person’s family and loved ones are affected too. Whether you’ve lived with addiction yourself or experienced it in your family growing up, AFM’s Family Program is here for you. We can support you to explore how a history with addiction impacts your life today and how you can move forward.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Programs and Services for Youth

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

https://afm.mb.ca/programs-and-services/for-youth

Maybe you just have some questions and are looking for a safe, non-judgemental place to get answers. Whatever your situation is, AFM youth services are here for you. We offer a range of supportive services for young people 12 – 18 years of age.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Women and Family Programs

Contact list of AFM Programs and Offices for Women and Family. These include the Women’s Intake and In-House Services, Women’s Community Based Services and Family Services.

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Brandon University

BU Counselling Services

P: 204-727-9737
E: [email protected]


207-18th Street
Brandon, Manitoba Canada
R7A 6A9

https://www.brandonu.ca/personal-counselling/

Counselling Services at Student Services offers individual, couple and group counselling, as well as information about and referral to other campus and community resources.

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E: Online Contact Form and individual organizations listed

https://cbtm.ca/current-sites-in-operation/

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. Sites are listed across Manitoba. Each site has a unique intake process. Please contact the organization for more information.

Health Mental Health Workshops

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.

Health Mental Health

University students face many challenges and at times may benefit from having a trained professional to talk to. There are qualified counsellors at CMU who volunteer their services free of charge to students on the CMU campus.

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Canadian Mennonite University

CMU Student Life – Health and Wellness

CMU strives to support the holistic well being of all members of the community by promoting health and wellness through a variety of on-campus and off-campus resources and opportunities. There are spiritual supports such as a chapel, small fellowship groups and spiritual counselling and direction. There is also a fitness room, recreation classes and many recreation options on the grounds and surrounding natural Assiniboine Forest, as well as Assiniboine Park. CMU has student counselling services with confidential mental health support options for students and the link is on the health and wellness page.

Community Community Groups / Community on Campus Health Mental Health

Crisis Response Centre

Crisis Response Centre – Family Peer Support Help Line

P: 204-940-2376


817 Bannatyne Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3E 0W2

https://sharedhealthmb.ca/services/mental-health/crisis-response-centre/

Individual and Family Peer Support services can be accessed through the Crisis Response Centre by attending in person at 817 Bannatyne from 8:00 AM until 12:00 AM (midnight) or by calling the Mobile Crisis Service at 204-940-1781.

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Crisis Response Centre

Crisis Response Centre – Community Intake Help Line

P: 204-788-8330


817 Bannatyne Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3E 0W2

https://sharedhealthmb.ca/services/mental-health/crisis-response-centre/

Winnipeg’s Mental Health Crisis Response Centre is an exciting and innovative addition to the mental health service system and offers a unique combination of walk – in, outreach and scheduled crisis services for Winnipeg adults within an environment that promotes healing and recovery.

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Crisis Response Centre

Crisis Response Centre – Mobile Crisis Service & Help Line

P: 204-940-1781


817 Bannatyne Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3E 0W2

https://sharedhealthmb.ca/services/mental-health/crisis-response-centre/

Our Mobile Crisis Service is available to provide on-site assistance with a mental health crisis. Our team can respond to individuals and/or families and service providers to assist with individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. Over-the-phone assistance with our mental health experts can also help put people back on track. The team can also meet with individuals in crisis at a location within Winnipeg that is comfortable for them, either in their home or a safe location.

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Crisis Stabilization Unit

Crisis Stabilization Unit Info

P: Call 204-940-3633 and press 2


Address Provided Upon Accepted Referral
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada

https://sharedhealthmb.ca/services/mental-health/crisis-stabilization-unit/

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.

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ECRC has many programs. On this page you will find: Children’s Programs, the Drop-In Program (which includes access to phone, fax, computer, resources and information on community supports, community employment bulletin boards, and access to a Community mental health navigator, a community advocate, connect with an elder/knowledge keeper (by appointment), and a hot/frozen meal), the counselling program, summer literacy camp, and the afterschool program.

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ECRC has many resources. On this page you will find: Changes in programs due to COVID-19, Basic Needs and Employment info, Covid 19 Resources, Counselling Support Line and Domestic Violence Support Line (Text or call (431) 275-2290 from 10am-6pm Monday-Friday), and resources on keeping pets & people safe, partner sexual violence, tips for addressing human trafficking against women, healthy relationships and more.

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Eden Health Care Services

Eden Health Care – Eden East Mental Wellness Centre

Recovery of Hope is a professional counseling service with its main office in Winnipeg and satellite offices in four rural communities; Steinbach, Altona, Winkler, and Portage la Prairie. The counselling services are delivered by a counsellor with a minimum of master’s level education to clients and families. Recovery of Hope is privately funded and provides post-crisis services. The counsellors services are available on a sliding scale fee program or through professional Employee and Family Assistance Programs (EFAP) for subscribing employers. There is also a CARE (Congregation Assist Restore and Enrich) program available to subscribing church congregations to provide counseling services for their members.

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Eden Health Care Services

Eden Health Care – Recovery of Hope – Counselling

Recovery of Hope is a professional counseling service with its main office in Winnipeg and satellite offices in four rural communities; Steinbach, Altona, Winkler, and Portage la Prairie. The counselling services are delivered by a counsellor with a minimum of master’s level education to clients and families. Recovery of Hope is privately funded and provides post-crisis services. The counsellors services are available on a sliding scale fee program or through professional Employee and Family Assistance Programs (EFAP) for subscribing employers. There is also a CARE (Congregation Assist Restore and Enrich) program available to subscribing church congregations to provide counseling services for their members.

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Eden Health Care Services

Eden Health Care – Spiritual Care

The primary purpose of the Spiritual Care program is to: Assist individuals and their significant others in searching for meaning and purpose in the context of the pain, suffering and confusion caused by mental illness. Bring compassion, to instill hope, and to facilitate the healing of each person on their journey to recovery and to serve as a connecting link between a patient’s faith community and the patients and staff.

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Eden Health Care Services

Eden Health Care – Music Therapy

Eden Health Care Services currently employs one full-time music therapist, in a unique arrangement with health facilities in the South Central part of Southern Health – Santé Sud. The majority of the therapist’s time is spent at long-term personal care homes, working with residents living with dementia and other challenges. For people living with a mental illness, music therapy can provide a space for the safe expression of feelings, often in ways that words alone could not achieve. Music can also provide meaningful occupation, distraction, motivation, or relaxation. The social nature of music can help draw people out of the isolation that is so often a part of an illness like depression.

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Eden Health Care Services

Eden Health Care – Outpatient Psychiatry

Hospital-based services include both inpatient and outpatient services. Inpatient services are those where an individual is admitted to the hospital for at least an overnight stay. Outpatient services are provided to individuals who are living in the community but not admitted to the hospital. The outpatient department provides comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and treatment to individuals 18 years of age and older. Outpatient services are organized around specific mental health concerns and focus primarily on treatment of illness and reducing symptoms. Referrals to Outpatient Services are made by treating psychiatrists or primary care providers by faxing a referral letter.

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Eden Health Care Services

Eden Health Care Services – Pathways Community Mental Health

Community mental health services are provided to individuals in community settings, including the individual’s home, rather than in hospitals. They focus on more than treatment of illness and symptoms by supporting individuals to achieve personal goals and live, work and participate in community life as they choose. Pathways Community Mental Health Services is a region wide program that provides mental health services for individuals with mental health concerns over the age of five. Pathways is based out of offices in downtown Winkler’s ALG Professional Centre near the CW Wiebe Medical Centre. Pathways works in collaboration with Southern Health Santé community mental health program and provides services to residents of Southern Manitoba. Ages 5+ Referrals: Self Referral, General Practitioner. 24 HOUR CRISIS LINE 1-888-617-7715.

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Heartwood Healing Centre

Heartwood Healing Centre – Programs & Services

Heartwood Healing Centre believes that healing is a lifelong journey. All our services are specialized specifically for people who have experienced childhood sexual abuse, but because healing doesn’t happen all at once and looks different for everyone, we offer variety of service options. All of our services are free and you are welcome here.

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Klinic

Klinic – Critical Incident

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.

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Klinic

Klinic Crisis Line (24/7)

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.

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Knowles Centre, Inc

Knowles Centre Programs

Our mission is to help youth and their families to address past struggles and develop healthier relationships to reach their full potential in the future. Depending on individual needs, clients are referred to any of Knowles Centre’s programs.

Family Accessing Supports / Services Health Mental Health

Government of Manitoba

Manitoba Addiction Help Line

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.

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Government of Manitoba

Manitoba Mental Health and Community Wellness

Care for Your Mental Health. Caring for your mental health is important in these times. If you need help or know someone who does, you are not alone. Ask for help. This is a Manitoba Government list of Services Available for Manitobans.

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Klinic

Manitoba Suicide Prevention & Support Line (24/7)

Many people struggle with suicidal thoughts or behaviours, but that does not mean you have to act on them. No concern is too small, and no problem is too big. Suicide is not the answer and you are not alone. Call us.

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Marymound

Marymound North

P: 1-204-338-7971
E: [email protected]


Futures: 117A Commercial Place
Thompson, Manitoba Canada
R8N 1T1

https://marymound.com/marymound-north-in-thompson/

Marymound North provides federally funded, community-based programs, services and supports to benefit maternal health and families with young children and at-risk youth. Marymound North is a community space, open for families to drop in and get support connecting to resources, or join in a range of programming. Services are also offered in family homes and in the community, as well as virtually supporting families.

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Marymound

Marymound Services

Marymound offers the following services: Stabilization – Crisis Stabilization, and Youth Addictions Stabilization Unit & IPDA, Healing Supports – Ezhi Nanaandawi, The Way to Heal Centre, Bagosenim Assessment & Planning, Sexual Abuse Treatment Program, Community-Based Live-In Care, Treatment Foster Care, Independent Options Program, Young Parents Program, StreetReach, Education & Life Skills Building – Marymound School, Pathways, Youth Education Service (YES), Student Work Education Experience Program (SWEEP), Good for Youth Social Enterprise, Bursaries – Cultural Healing Services, Cultural Program, Marymound North in Thompson – Wellness And Community Programming, Maternal Health, Futures – Early Childhood, Community Pantry, Marymound Workshop & Conference Center -Conferences and Workshops.

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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).

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Government of Manitoba

Mental Health Virtual Therapy Program

The AbilitiCBT program starts by assessing your needs through an online questionnaire and consultation with a professional therapist — either by phone or video chat.

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


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

https://mps.ca/

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.

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Manitoba Psychological Society MPS

MPS Psychologist Directory

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


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

https://members.mps.ca/

A listing of MPS members who are private practice psychologists and their areas of specialty can be accessed at the MPS Psychologist Directory.

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Rainbow Resource Centre

Rainbow Resource Centre Programming

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


545 Broadway
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0W3

https://rainbowresourcecentre.org/programs

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). Rainbow Resource Centre offers the following programs: Camp Aurora – Manitoba’s only summer camp experience for 2SLGBTQ+ youth! Counselling – The Rainbow Resource Centre provides free short-term counselling (up to 8 sessions) and single-sessions to 2SLGBTQ+ individuals, Education programs, a Library in a safe affirming space, Over The Rainbow program – designed to connect, inspire, and empower 2SLGBTQ+ folks aged 55±, and a Youth Program for ages 10-21.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Rapid Access to Addictions Medicine (RAAM)

RAAM clinics are walk-in clinics for adults (ages 18+) looking to get help with high-risk substance use and addiction. This includes people who want to try medical assistance to reduce or stop their substance use. They may experience frequent intoxication or overdose symptoms, as well as unpleasant withdrawal symptoms when attempting to reduce or stop their substance use. RAAM clinics are also for people who may have substance-related health issues, such as hepatitis, pancreatitis and infections. No referral is needed. RAAM clinics are not for people needing urgent medical attention for serious physical problems or mental health symptoms such as psychosis (paranoia, delusions, hallucinations), agitation; who are at active risk of harm to self or others, or who require police/security involvement.

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Red River College Polytechnic

RRC Polytech Counselling Services

P: 204-632-3966
E: Online Contact Form


D102/P210 - 2055 Notre Dame Ave
Notre Dame Campus
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3H 0J9

https://www.rrc.ca/counselling/

We are here to help students work through personal struggles, develop skills to manage better, and enjoy their college experience.

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L’Université de Saint-Boniface / Université de Saint-Boniface (USB)

Service de soutien psychologique / Mental Health Support

P: Text 204-794-3450
E: Make an appointment on the MyUSB portal!

https://ustboniface.ca/bienetre

Le service de soutien psychologique offre à la population étudiante des séances de counseling individuel pour le stress, l’anxiété, la dépression, l’épuisement, les difficultés relationnelles et le deuil. Les consultations sont confidentielles. Ce service bilingue est offert sur le campus, à l’extérieur ou à distance, selon la préférence de l’étudiante ou l’étudiant, et est accessible promptement.

Mental health support services are available to help individuals deal with stress, anxiety, depression, exhaustion, relationship difficulties and grief. Consultations are confidential. This bilingual service is offered on campus, off campus or remotely, depending on the student’s preference, and is readily available.

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Klinic

Sexual Assault Crisis Program & 24/7 Hotline

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.

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Strongest Families Institute SFI

Strongest Families Institute SFI Manitoba Referrals

Please click on your province and call the appropriate phone number for your area to inquire about making a referral to Strongest Families Institute. Manitoba Programs available include: Parents Empowering Kids, Chase Worries Away, Defeat Anxiety, Dry Nights Ahead, Chase Pain Away, ICAN Adult Anxiety and Depression Program. You will need to be referred through your Primary Care Provider. Primary Care Providers can direct refer clients using the following link (please note client email is required, if clients do not have an email please call 1-866-470-7111).

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The Link Youth and Family Supports

The Link Family Support Services

The Link: Youth and Family Supports offers a range of FREE services to help stabilize youth and families in times of crisis and improve your long-term strength, resilience & well-being. Our goal is to help keep families together, surrounded by an extended community of support. Heart to Home provides safe and loving homes where kids 21 and under are nurtured and wrapped in critical supports that help them thrive and stay connected to their families, culture and communities. Healing Homes is a network of community group homes that offer youth 10 to 17 safe spaces, compassion, one-on-one support and specialized therapy to help with emotional, behavioral, social and/or medical needs that require higher levels of support, supervision and intervention. Mobile Crisis Teams support youth and families with safety and mental health concerns, parent/child conflict and behaviour management wherever crisis is occurring, whether at home, in hospital, at school, or elsewhere in the community.

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The Link Youth and Family Supports

The Link Mental Health & Addictions

The Link has programs of support for Mental Health and Addictions. Connect is a free therapy support for families, couples & individuals. You do not have to be currently accessing MYS programs. As long as you are not in crisis or requiring clinical care. The Link’s Momentum is a new group therapy program designed to bring parents or teens together who may be experiencing similar challenges. Sometimes it helps just knowing you are not alone. An onsite AFM youth counsellor is available at 175 Mayfair to support youth 12+ and their families and caregivers.

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The Salvation Army - Prairie Division

The Salvation Army Booth Centre Ministries Residential Services

Located in Winnipeg’s downtown core, The Salvation Army Booth Centre Ministries continues a tradition of caring service to individuals and families coping with homelessness, poverty, addictions and mental illness. Since 1886, The Salvation Army in the community of Winnipeg has been meeting needs and providing hope and dignity to those who need it most. Booth Centre Ministries offers short and long-term
accommodations and meals for up to 250 men and women in a clean, safe and secure environment. Care for an additional 60 persons is offered through Booth Centre Ministries’ SonRise Village Family Shelter. Services include:Transitional Shelter, Sonrise Village Family Shelter, Additional Services, Private and semi-private rooms for men and women, Dormitory accommodations, Additional “cold weather” space on days of extreme cold, Family Shelter suites with two or three bedrooms, including accessible suites, Meals, Weekly housekeeping, Laundry facilities and Emergency clothing depot.

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The Salvation Army - Prairie Division

The Salvation Army The Haven

The caring staff at The Haven look to be a guiding light to adult males living with mental illness as they prepare to transition back into community living. The licensed level-5 residential care program uses a client-centred approach, focused on personal and spiritual growth, and offers life-skills coaching and an enriched residential living experience. Services include: Private rooms, Capacity for 18 adult males, Meals, Laundry facilities, Recreation, Medication administration and Appointment and budget management.

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Klinic

Trafficking Hotline (24/7)

If you need help, or just want to talk call the Human Trafficking Hotline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our counsellors are available to provide non-judgemental, trauma-informed care and are here to listen

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P: Toll Free: 1-866-627-8500 ext:8804​​ / Toll Free: 1-866-677-6450 ext:6459
E: [email protected] / [email protected]


The Pas Campus 436 7th Street / Thompson Campus 55 UCN Drive
The Pas / Thompson, Manitoba Canada
R9A 1M7 / R8N 1L7

https://ucn.ca/counsellors/

University College of the North provides comprehensive counseling and referral services for students who may be going through a challenging time. The Student Counselling office is staffed by experienced counsellors and operate on a short term and confidential basis. Students in need of long-term counselling services can be provided with an appropriate referral.

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University of Manitoba

UM Case Management

P: 204-474-7423
E: [email protected]


65 Chancellor's Circle
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry)
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3T 2N2

https://umanitoba.ca/student-supports/academic-supports/student-advocacy/case-management

Our team in the Case Management Office cares about your health, safety and emotional and physical well-being. We understand that it can be hard to find the right resources when you are facing a crisis or emergency in your life. We are your connection to emergency crisis support at UM. Everything you tell us is completely confidential and we will use the information you give us to connect you with support on and off campus. The University of Manitoba is committed to supporting those who have experienced sexual assault by providing information, referral to counselling and medical care and appropriate accommodations. If you are facing addiction or mental health issues, we can point you in the direction of resources that can help you on and off campus. If you are being stalked, harassed, or if you feel unsafe in your residence, we can help. We work closely with Student Advocacy and can help you if you are worried about your academic career. If you are struggling with challenging personal or health circumstances, we can connect you with a counsellor, a doctor, a support group, housing and financial aid.

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University of Manitoba

UM Crisis Support

P: FG: 204-474-8592 / B: 204-272-3190


Fort Garry Campus: Room 474 UMSU University Centre, 75A Chancellor's Circle / Bannatyne Campus: Room S211 Medical Services Building, 750 Bannatyne Avenue
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry Campus & Bannatyne)
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3T 2N2 / R3E 0W2

https://umanitoba.ca/student-supports/safety-and-security/crisis-support

Do you need urgent support? The University offers services that can help. Student crisis counselling: The Student Counselling Centre offers same-day, brief crisis and emergency services to students in very high distress (e.g., having a panic attack, recently experienced sexual violence, feeling at risk for harming self or others). If you are in such a situation, come to the main office of the SCC at 474 UMSU University Centre or the Student Services at Bannatyne Campus office during our regular working hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

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University of Manitoba

UM Office of Legal Counsel

P: 204-474-7843
E: [email protected]


E3-250 Engineering Building
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry Campus)
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3T 2N2

https://umanitoba.ca/legal-counsel

The Office of Legal Counsel provides and coordinates all legal services required by the University of Manitoba and helps facilitate projects and partnerships, which are critical to the functioning and strategic priorities of the UM. The Office of Legal Counsel provides and coordinates all legal services required by UM. We have conducted legal affairs for 23 different faculties and schools, dozens of administrative units and nearly 9,000 faculty and staff.

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University of Manitoba

UM Student Counselling Centre

P: 204-474-8592


65 Chancellors Circle
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry Campus)
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3T 2N2

https://umanitoba.ca/student-supports/student-health-and-wellness/student-counselling-centre-scc

The Student Counselling Centre (SCC) provides free counselling and mental health support to University of Manitoba, English Language Centre, and International College of Manitoba (ICM) students. We are open year-round, Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Our commitment is to offer a support service to every student who contacts us.

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University of Manitoba

UM The Psychological Service Centre

P: 204-474-9222
E: [email protected]


161 Dafoe Building
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry Campus)
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3T 2N2

https://umanitoba.ca/faculties/arts/departments/psych_services/PSC%20News.html

The Psychological Service Centre (PSC) at the University of Manitoba provides therapy and assessment services to the community free of charge. The PSC is a training clinic for UM graduate students studying clinical psychology. These student clinicians deliver a range of psychological services to the public, supervised by registered psychologists.

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University of Winnipeg

UW Counselling Services

Personal counselling is available for free to any student currently registered at UWinnipeg in an undergraduate or graduate program; the English Language Program (ELP); or in Professional, Applied and Continuing Education (PACE). Students now have the option of meeting with a counsellor in-person – by appointment only. The doors are locked and a student with an appointment will be invited in by their counsellor. The options to meet with a counsellor via Zoom or phone will continue.

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Wellness Together Canada

Wellness Together Canada – Mental Health and Substance Use Support

P: Immediate Crisis Support: Text WELLNESS to 741741

https://www.wellnesstogether.ca/en-CA

Wellness Together Canada is designed to be used on demand: you get to choose what you need, when you need it. Our services range from basic wellness information, to one-on-one sessions with a counsellor, to participating in a community of support. Whatever it is you’re looking for, we’re here to point you towards the best resources out there.

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Community Connections is a space located in the lobby of the Millennium Library where visitors can connect with information and social services to support their basic needs. The space applies anti-oppressive, trauma-informed and harm reduction principles. Visitors can meet with the Library’s Community Crisis Workers (CCWs) and Library staff. Plus, they can connect with community agencies and organizations that also provide services in the space.

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YMCA-YWCA of Winnipeg

YMCA-YWCA Mental Health Services

P: 204-989-5890 or 204-989-4194
E: Online Contact Form

http://www.ywinnipeg.ca/programs/health-management/mental-health-services/

The Mental Health: Learning and Leisure Centre is a community initiative of the YMCA-YWCA of Winnipeg that provides skills teaching and leisure programming for adults who live with mental illness, are now in recovery and require supports to participate fully in the community and work toward personal mental health goals.

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Grief / Addictions / Personal Counselling

Atoskiwin Training and Employment Centre of Excellence ATEC

ATEC – Intake Education and Training Pathway (IETP)

P: (204) 484-2114 / (204) 484-2886 or Toll Free: 1-866-614-7686
E: Online Contact Form

https://atoskiwin.com/intake-process

The IETP is a prerequisite to all training in a student’s journey whether academic or trades training. The IETP is a living document created at the grassroots level which incorporates a distinct approach in assisting the learners’ journey. Based on the performance of the applicant a basic understanding of where the student may fall academically is documented by the IETP staff member and is put into the individuals training plan. The intake process and programs at ATEC offer the following supports: Traditional Teaching, In House Therapists, Access to all post-secondary, technical and access to industry, Mature Student Diploma Program, Adult Education Program, Literacy and Essential Skills, Essential Skills upgrading and Training, Social Job Readiness, Career Coaching and Screening and Assessment called SASSI (Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory) with referrals to a partner Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation treatment center called the Medicine Lodge if any students need those referrals.

Academic Certifications / Licenses / Degrees Education & Training Flexible Learning Post-Secondary Preparation Work-integrated Learning Career Pathways Mentorship / Networking Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Mental Health

Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council Member Nations

Chan Kagha Otina Dakhóta Oyáte – Birdtail Sioux Dakota Nation

P: (204) 568-4540
E: [email protected]


Mailing Address: Box 130, Beulah, Manitoba R0M 0B0
Beulah, Manitoba Canada
R0M 0B0

https://birdtailsioux.ca/

Birdtail Sioux Dakhóta Oyáte (Dakota Nation) is a modern and progressive First Nation located approximately 50 km north of Virden, Manitoba and has a population of about 500 people on approximately 7,128 acres (28.85 km2) of land. It is bordered by the Rural Municipality of Miniota and the Rural Municipality of Archie.

Academic Education & Training Post-Secondary Preparation Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Emergency Services Mental Health Physical Health Family Accessing Supports / Services Daycare Senior Services Youth Activities Financial Funding Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Local Health Care Mental Health

Hope for Wellness Helpline

Hope for Wellness Helpline Services

P: Help Line 1-855-242-3310

https://www.hopeforwellness.ca/

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.) Hope for Wellness counsellors have diverse educational and professional backgrounds, knowledge on a variety of topics, and demonstrated cultural competence. When you call the Hope for Wellness Helpline you will speak with a knowledgeable professional who will listen, discuss support and resources.

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3 year prevention program. Our unique program offers both contemporary and traditional approaches of support to Aboriginal women with alcohol/substance use during their pregnancy. The program also provides community outreach and promotes healthy life style choices by providing support and education on FASD, Addictions, Parenting, Traditional Teachings and Aboriginal Culture.

Family Parenting Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Mental Health

Keewatin Tribal Council Member First Nations

Kischewaskahegan – York Landing – York Factory – Treaty 5 Territory

P: 204-341-2180

http://www.yffn.ca/

The York Factory First Nation (YFFN) Ininéwak have lived on the land that is now northeastern Manitoba for thousands of years – since the glaciers melted. During this time, we developed an intimate relationship with the land that represents an unbroken cultural thread transmitted from our ancestors to current members of the community. To be Ininéwak was, and still is, to be part of an ancient tradition that mastered and specialized in life through the most challenging environments. Through our cultural teachings & practices, our relationship to the land has supported our health and well-being since before recorded history. York Landing (Kawéchiwásik) is now home to our community, but our ancestral home at York Factory (Kischi Wáskáhikan) continues to be at the coast. We remain deeply connected to our traditional territory. At every opportunity, we return to the coast to celebrate our community, land, and culture.

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Life's Journey Inc. - Miikana Pimatiziwin

Life’s Journey Inc. Programs & Services

At Life’s Journey, we strive to build on mentoring relationships to meet each person where they are at. We provide services that are clinically informed, culturally relevant, wellness oriented, and relationship and strengths-based, with environmental adaptations and case management to support each program participant to practice their gifts.

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Keewatin Tribal Council Member First Nations

Makaso Sakikan – Fox Lake (Bird) – Treaty 5 Territory

P: Home Office: (204) 486-2463 / Toll free: (866) 498-2746 / Winnipeg Office: (204) 953-2760 / Gillam Office: (204) 652-5423
E: Online Contact Form

https://foxlakecreenation.com/

Fox Lake Cree Nation is located 750 kilometres (1200kms by road) North East of Winnipeg, Manitoba. There are approximately 1300 members, of which approximately 200 live on the Fox Lake reserve land in Bird, as well as on a small piece of reserve land in Gillam. Approximately 1000 members live off reserve, including about 300 in the Town of Gillam, with the remaining living primarily in Winnipeg, Thompson, and Churchill, Manitoba.

Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Financial Funding Health Disability Services Local Health Care Mental Health Housing Housing Resources Transportation Medical / Medical Appointment Transportation

Native Clan Organization

Native Clan Organization Programs and Services

P: 204-943-7357


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

https://www.nativeclan.org/program-services

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.

Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Health Mental Health Urgent Services Basic Needs Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Swampy Cree Tribal Council Member Nations

Opaskwayak Cree Nation – Treaty 5 Territory

Opaskwayak Cree Nation is over 6,000 people strong, more than 1/2 of whom live on the 15,002 acres of Opaskwayak Cree Nation land. In our culture, Living the Good Life includes wellness, strong relationships and respect for all of creation. It means living in all the ways that are right with your soul. We exist to heal and strengthen our community, deepening our culture and advancing our independence, so each person can walk their own path. We see a strong, united, self-governing, self-sustaining Opaskwayak Cree Nation of Mino Pimâtisiwin, living our rich culture and beliefs, protecting our land and our language. We are on a mission to improve the lives of the Opaskwayak Ininew, every day.

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Interlake Reserves Tribal Council IRTC Member Nations

Oshki-ishkonigan – Peguis First Nation – Treaty 1 Territory

Peguis First Nation is a Treaty 1 First Nation, located in Manitoba, Canada. With a population of approximately 10,246 members of Ojibway and Cree descent, it is the largest First Nation community in Manitoba. The main community of Peguis First Nation, Peguis 1B, is located approximately 196 kilometres north of Winnipeg, MB. Peguis First Nation has a rich culture, strong traditions and a significant history within Canada. The community is named after Chief Peguis. Peguis led the band of Saultaux people from present day Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario to a settlement at Netley Creek, Manitoba, and later to St.Peter’s (present day East Selkirk, Manitoba). After an illegal land transfer in 1907, Peguis First Nation was moved to its present location at Peguis 1B. Severe flooding in Manitoba in 2011 caused serious damage to housing and infrastructure and led to people evacuating from 18 First Nations communities. Peguis First Nation was one of the First Nations affected by this flooding.

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Pimicikamak Cree Nation - Cross Lake Band - Treaty 5 Territory

Pimicikamak Cree Nation – Cross Lake Band

P: 204-646-2218
E: Online Contact Form

https://crosslakeband.ca/

The Cross Lake Indian Reserve consists of Reserve No. 19, 19A, 19B, 19C, 19D, and 19E. All are adjacent to each other and located approximately 190 air kilometers (118.5 miles) south of Thompson and 520 air kilometers (325 miles) north of Winnipeg along the shore of the Nelson River, where it enters into Cross Lake. According to the regional population statistics as of August 2016; the Band has an on-reserve population is 6,047 and an off-reserve population of 2,399. The total Band population is 8,446.There are individuals of non-aborginal origin, as well as a number of Metis residing on-reserve. The majority of the population is treaty status.

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Southern Chiefs Organization SCO

SCO Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT)

P: Toll Free #: 1-877-SCO-2880 (1-877-726-2880)
E: [email protected]

https://scoinc.mb.ca/mental-wellness-mobile-crisis-response/

The SCO MCRT was created at the request of Chiefs and communities, to support southern First Nation citizens and families. The MCRT works in a collaborative way with southern Knowledge Keepers, Elders, and culturally appropriate mental health teams and clinical wellness service providers. The MCRT’s primary focus is crisis response and intervention, and the Team also provides liaison and navigator support services. The MCRT includes a range of services, delivering culturally responsive, trauma-informed, and appropriate southern mental health and wellness and includes members who speak Anishinaabemowin.

Emergency Services Mental Health Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Mental Health Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention Resources / Hot Lines

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – AFM North

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in Northern Manitoba, in Thompson, Flin Flon and The Pas. Contact info listed here for Thompson.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – All Other Offices Outside of Winnipeg

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in all other offices outside of Winnipeg. Listings for Beausejour, Boissevain, Brandon, Dauphin, Flin Flon, Gimli, Minnedosa, Portage la Prairie, Rossburn, Selkirk, Southport, Steinbach, Ste. Rose du Lac, Swan River, The Pas, Thompson, Virden, and Winkler (covering the Winkler and Morden area).

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – Brandon and Surrounding Area

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in Brandon and the surrounding area. Contact info listed here for Brandon’s Parkwood Centre.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – Parkland

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in the Parkland region. Contact info listed here for St. Rose du Lac.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – River Pointe Centre in Winnipeg

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in the River Pointe Centre in Winnipeg. This centre is home to both the Winnipeg Men’s Program, the Winnipeg Men’s Intake and the Manitoba Opioid Support and Treatment.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Impaired Driver Program

If you have been charged with impaired driving attending AFM’s Impaired Driver Program is one of the steps you need to take for Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) to consider reissuing your licence.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Manitoba Opioid Support and Treatment (MOST)

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

https://afm.mb.ca/programs-and-services/most/

The Manitoba Opioid Support and Treatment (MOST) Program supports individuals who are dependent on opioids by prescribing medication that reduces the symptoms of withdrawal as well as providing counselling and other supports. AFM offers this program in Winnipeg and Brandon.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Programs and Services for Adults

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

https://afm.mb.ca/programs-and-services/for-adults/

Adult services are provided to adults 18 years and older who are seeking assistance either due to their own or another’s involvement with alcohol, drugs, and/or gambling. We offer in-house and community-based services in communities across Manitoba. AFM’s Adult Treatment Services provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals making healthy lifestyle changes. We appreciate that these changes usually involve taking risks and often require time for people to develop new life skills. If substance use or gambling issues are causing you or your family concern, we can help.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Programs and Services for Family

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

https://afm.mb.ca/programs-and-services/for-family/

When someone is struggling with drugs, alcohol or problem gambling, that person’s family and loved ones are affected too. Whether you’ve lived with addiction yourself or experienced it in your family growing up, AFM’s Family Program is here for you. We can support you to explore how a history with addiction impacts your life today and how you can move forward.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Programs and Services for Youth

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

https://afm.mb.ca/programs-and-services/for-youth

Maybe you just have some questions and are looking for a safe, non-judgemental place to get answers. Whatever your situation is, AFM youth services are here for you. We offer a range of supportive services for young people 12 – 18 years of age.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Women and Family Programs

Contact list of AFM Programs and Offices for Women and Family. These include the Women’s Intake and In-House Services, Women’s Community Based Services and Family Services.

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Aurora Recovery Centre

Aurora Recovery Centre Programs

Our full service addiction recovery centre focuses on physical, spiritual and psychological well-being, using evidence based modalities. We pride ourselves on creating sustainable recovery by using a recovery management system and tailoring treatment to each individual. All therapeutic groups, individual counselling sessions, and psycho-educational components are presented from a strengths based perspective that builds on each individuals existing assets.

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Behavioural Health Foundation Inc.

Behavioural Health Foundation Programs

P: 204-269-3430
E: Online Contact Form

https://www.bhf.ca/

City of Brandon

Brandon 7th Street Health Access Centre

This site and centre hosts a list of health care and other services located in this community. These include: Addictions Services (AFM), Rapid Access to Addictions Medicine (RAAM), Community Mental Health Worker (Adult), Community Nurse (CN), Community Social Worker, Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) – March – September, Consumer Peer Support Facilitator, Cultural Facilitators, Housing Resource Worker, Manitoba HIV Program Clinic, Nurse Practitioner, Service Navigator, and Financial Facilitator. Other Available Services on a First Come First Serve Basis: shower, washer and dryer, community phone, computer access with internet, faxing and photocopying and meeting rooms (free but pre-booking required).

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Crisis Response Centre

Crisis Response Centre – Mobile Crisis Service & Help Line

P: 204-940-1781


817 Bannatyne Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3E 0W2

https://sharedhealthmb.ca/services/mental-health/crisis-response-centre/

Our Mobile Crisis Service is available to provide on-site assistance with a mental health crisis. Our team can respond to individuals and/or families and service providers to assist with individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. Over-the-phone assistance with our mental health experts can also help put people back on track. The team can also meet with individuals in crisis at a location within Winnipeg that is comfortable for them, either in their home or a safe location.

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Family Support Centre

Family Support Centre Info

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


650 Broadway Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 0X3

https://www.familysupportcentre.ca/

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.

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HUDDLE

HUDDLE Manitoba

Huddle is a safe space for youth ages 12–29, offering free, trauma-informed and culturally safe health services in a youth-friendly atmosphere.We have six Huddle locations to serve youth in Manitoba, spread across Winnipeg, Selkirk, and Brandon.

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John Howard Society of Manitoba

John Howard Society of Manitoba Services

P: 204-775-1514
E: [email protected]


583 Ellice Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 1Z7

https://johnhoward.mb.ca/services/

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.

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Klinic

Klinic – Gambling

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.

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Government of Manitoba

Manitoba Addiction Help Line

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.

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Government of Manitoba

Manitoba Mental Health and Community Wellness

Care for Your Mental Health. Caring for your mental health is important in these times. If you need help or know someone who does, you are not alone. Ask for help. This is a Manitoba Government list of Services Available for Manitobans.

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Marymound

Marymound Services

Marymound offers the following services: Stabilization – Crisis Stabilization, and Youth Addictions Stabilization Unit & IPDA, Healing Supports – Ezhi Nanaandawi, The Way to Heal Centre, Bagosenim Assessment & Planning, Sexual Abuse Treatment Program, Community-Based Live-In Care, Treatment Foster Care, Independent Options Program, Young Parents Program, StreetReach, Education & Life Skills Building – Marymound School, Pathways, Youth Education Service (YES), Student Work Education Experience Program (SWEEP), Good for Youth Social Enterprise, Bursaries – Cultural Healing Services, Cultural Program, Marymound North in Thompson – Wellness And Community Programming, Maternal Health, Futures – Early Childhood, Community Pantry, Marymound Workshop & Conference Center -Conferences and Workshops.

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R.B. Russell Vocational High School

R.B. Russell Vocational High School Info

R.B. Russell is a vocational high school. The school offers 10 Vocational Programs: Level One Apprenticeship Standing – Culinary Arts, Building Construction, Hairstyling Sr. Years Technology High School Diploma Mature Student Diploma Pre-Industry Training Program Indigenous Leadership Development Institute Construction Program Active Parent/Community Council World Of Work Centre. Cross curricular unit and lesson plan development/ delivery between academic and vocational programs is a priority. Students develop electronic online academic & vocational learning portfolios for self assessment and ongoing learning. Students learn about and plan for the future in regards to work and post-secondary opportunities, including the High School Apprenticeship Program. Aboriginal perspectives are integrated into academic and vocational curricula to strengthen student learning outcomes. Respect/Belonging/Responsibility are the foundation words on which we build our school community. We have an active student voice (council) to build leadership capacity within the student body. Technology is a resource embedded in current curriculum and assessment practices. New technology supports instructional strategies.

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Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Rapid Access to Addictions Medicine (RAAM)

RAAM clinics are walk-in clinics for adults (ages 18+) looking to get help with high-risk substance use and addiction. This includes people who want to try medical assistance to reduce or stop their substance use. They may experience frequent intoxication or overdose symptoms, as well as unpleasant withdrawal symptoms when attempting to reduce or stop their substance use. RAAM clinics are also for people who may have substance-related health issues, such as hepatitis, pancreatitis and infections. No referral is needed. RAAM clinics are not for people needing urgent medical attention for serious physical problems or mental health symptoms such as psychosis (paranoia, delusions, hallucinations), agitation; who are at active risk of harm to self or others, or who require police/security involvement.

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The Link Youth and Family Supports

The Link Mental Health & Addictions

The Link has programs of support for Mental Health and Addictions. Connect is a free therapy support for families, couples & individuals. You do not have to be currently accessing MYS programs. As long as you are not in crisis or requiring clinical care. The Link’s Momentum is a new group therapy program designed to bring parents or teens together who may be experiencing similar challenges. Sometimes it helps just knowing you are not alone. An onsite AFM youth counsellor is available at 175 Mayfair to support youth 12+ and their families and caregivers.

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The Salvation Army - Prairie Division

The Salvation Army The Anchorage Addiction Treatment Program

The Anchorage program provides a spectrum of services to men and women battling addictions. Using client-centred therapy that follows a bio-psycho-social model. The qualified Anchorage staff aims to facilitate personal development, mental wellness and support an addiction-free lifestyle. Services include:A 60-day Primary care program, Comprehensive addiction assessment, Group therapy, Capacity for 32 participants, Meals, Laundry facilities, Recreation, Emergency clothing depot and an Aftercare residential program.

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University of Manitoba

UM Case Management

P: 204-474-7423
E: [email protected]


65 Chancellor's Circle
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry)
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3T 2N2

https://umanitoba.ca/student-supports/academic-supports/student-advocacy/case-management

Our team in the Case Management Office cares about your health, safety and emotional and physical well-being. We understand that it can be hard to find the right resources when you are facing a crisis or emergency in your life. We are your connection to emergency crisis support at UM. Everything you tell us is completely confidential and we will use the information you give us to connect you with support on and off campus. The University of Manitoba is committed to supporting those who have experienced sexual assault by providing information, referral to counselling and medical care and appropriate accommodations. If you are facing addiction or mental health issues, we can point you in the direction of resources that can help you on and off campus. If you are being stalked, harassed, or if you feel unsafe in your residence, we can help. We work closely with Student Advocacy and can help you if you are worried about your academic career. If you are struggling with challenging personal or health circumstances, we can connect you with a counsellor, a doctor, a support group, housing and financial aid.

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University of Manitoba

UM Student Counselling Centre

P: 204-474-8592


65 Chancellors Circle
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry Campus)
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3T 2N2

https://umanitoba.ca/student-supports/student-health-and-wellness/student-counselling-centre-scc

The Student Counselling Centre (SCC) provides free counselling and mental health support to University of Manitoba, English Language Centre, and International College of Manitoba (ICM) students. We are open year-round, Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Our commitment is to offer a support service to every student who contacts us.

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Wellness Together Canada

Wellness Together Canada – Mental Health and Substance Use Support

P: Immediate Crisis Support: Text WELLNESS to 741741

https://www.wellnesstogether.ca/en-CA

Wellness Together Canada is designed to be used on demand: you get to choose what you need, when you need it. Our services range from basic wellness information, to one-on-one sessions with a counsellor, to participating in a community of support. Whatever it is you’re looking for, we’re here to point you towards the best resources out there.

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Reconciliation Support / Residential School Survivors / MMIWG

Anish Corporation

Anish Cultural Teachings & Ceremonies and Video Library

P: 204-334-9395 / 1-866-640-5441
E: [email protected]

https://www.anishcorp.ca/video-library

Here you can access the Anish Corporation Video Library where you will find recorded teachings and information. Cultural Teachings & Ceremonies are scheduled throughout the year as public events. Personal requests will be considered on a case by case basis and will depend on Elder/Spiritual Caregiver/Knowledge Keeper/Facilitator availability.

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Anish Corporation

Anish Services & Workshops

Resolution Health Support Services: Resolution Health Support Workers, also known as R.H.S.W.’s, provide a variety of flexible “front-line” mental health safety & support, coordination services, and cultural programs & workshops to former Indian Residential School (I.R.S.) survivors and their families and/or supports. R.H.S.W. services and programming can be accessed by contacting the Regional Coordinator Office at 1-866-818-3505, or by contacting Anish Corporation directly. Workshops: Indian Residential Schools Effects & Impacts Presentation, Internalized Oppression – Lateral Violence & Lateral Kindness Workshop, Understanding Trauma Workshop, Domestic Violence & Healthy Relationships Workshop, Traditional Family Parenting Workshop, Cultural Awareness Workshop, Financial Wellness Workshop, Reigniting Our Identity Workshop, Loss & Grief Workshop, and the Smart Work Ethics Training Course.

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Assembly of First Nations AFN

Assembly of First Nations – Webpage

AFN is an advocacy organization, taking direction and fulfilling mandates as directed by First Nations-in-Assembly through resolutions.

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Drag The Red!

Drag The Red! Facebook Group

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.

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Future Generations Foundation

Future Generations Foundation Info

The Future Generations Foundation was formerly called the NIB Trust Fund. Established in 1975 as a trust and charity by First Nations leaders. Addresses the harms of the Indian Residential School system through education, culture, and reconciliation. Entrusted with residual IRSSA funds, the foundation prioritizes educational, vocational, cultural, language, and healing programs. The FG Foundation accepts applications for funding for programs aimed at education, healing and reconciliation, and cultural knowledge building. The goal of the FG Foundation is to help First Nations, Métis people and communities address the impacts of the Indian residential school’s system, and to provide resourcing to create meaningful opportunities that improve the quality of life for First Nations and Métis people.

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Hope for Wellness Helpline

Hope for Wellness Helpline Services

P: Help Line 1-855-242-3310

https://www.hopeforwellness.ca/

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.) Hope for Wellness counsellors have diverse educational and professional backgrounds, knowledge on a variety of topics, and demonstrated cultural competence. When you call the Hope for Wellness Helpline you will speak with a knowledgeable professional who will listen, discuss support and resources.

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Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre of Winnipeg

Indian Residential School Health Support

The program ensures that Former Indian Residential School (IRS) Students can readily gain access to emotional and crisis-counseling supports so that Former IRS Students can remain safe before, during and after their IAP claim is validated. The Resolution Health Support Worker (RHSW) service is set up to provide a variety of flexible “front-line” safety supports and to coordinate services directly to the IAP process.

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Indian Residential Schools (IRS) Health Support Program

Government of Canada

Indian Residential Schools Resolution Health Support Program

All former Indian Residential School students, regardless of the individual’s status or place of residence within Canada, who attended an Indian Residential School listed in the 2006 Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement are eligible to receive services from the Resolution Health Support Program. In recognition of the intergenerational impacts that the Indian Residential Schools had on families, Resolution Health Support Program services are also available to family members of former Indian Residential Schools student.

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Anish Corporation

Indian Residential Schools Thrivers Group – IRS Thrivers

The I.R.S. Thrivers Group began in 2014 with a group of Indian Residential School (IRS) survivors who didn’t know each other but they were all interested in learning how to cope with and heal from the effects of the traumas they experienced at I.R.S.

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Government of Canada

Indigneous People and Communities

Here you can find Government of Canada programs and services for First Nations, Inuit and Métis. There is also information listed to learn more about Indigenous peoples and communities.

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Keewatin Tribal Council Member First Nations

Kischewaskahegan – York Landing – York Factory – Treaty 5 Territory

P: 204-341-2180

http://www.yffn.ca/

The York Factory First Nation (YFFN) Ininéwak have lived on the land that is now northeastern Manitoba for thousands of years – since the glaciers melted. During this time, we developed an intimate relationship with the land that represents an unbroken cultural thread transmitted from our ancestors to current members of the community. To be Ininéwak was, and still is, to be part of an ancient tradition that mastered and specialized in life through the most challenging environments. Through our cultural teachings & practices, our relationship to the land has supported our health and well-being since before recorded history. York Landing (Kawéchiwásik) is now home to our community, but our ancestral home at York Factory (Kischi Wáskáhikan) continues to be at the coast. We remain deeply connected to our traditional territory. At every opportunity, we return to the coast to celebrate our community, land, and culture.

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Manitoba MMIWG Coalition

Manitoba MMIWG Coalition Facebook Group


E: Send a message through the Facebook group

https://www.facebook.com/mbmmiwgcoalition/?ref=page_internal

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.

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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Girls and Women

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Girls and Women – National Inquiry

P: Support Line 1-844-413-6649

https://www.mmiwg-ffada.ca/

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

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Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak MKO

MKO Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Liaison Unit

P: Toll Free: 1.800.442.0488 / Direct Line: 1.204.677.1648 / Mobile: 1.204.307.0485
E: Online Contact Form

https://mkonation.com/advocacy-areas/mmiwg/

The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) Liaison Unit was established in September of 2017. The Unit’s primary function is to support families and communities who are impacted by missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, survivors of violence, Two Spirit and gender diverse people. An integral part of the Unit’s work is also focused on advocacy, building partnerships and relationships, prevention and awareness of all forms of violence towards Indigenous women and girls and Two Spirit and gender diverse people. A large component of the Unit’s work is also focused on healing, reclaiming the spirit and empowerment.

Advocacy Human Rights Health Mental Health Urgent Services Resources / Hot Lines

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

https://mkonation.com/

Incorporated in 1981 as the Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO), MKO is a non-profit, political advocacy organization that provides a collective voice on issues of inherent, Treaty, Aboriginal and human rights for the citizens of the sovereign First Nations we represent. The MKO First Nations are signatory to Treaties 4, 5, 6 and 10. Mission Statement: to maintain, strengthen, enhance, lobby for and defend the interests and rights of First Nation people within its jurisdiction and to promote, develop and secure a standard quality of life deemed desirable and acceptable by its First Nations without limiting the generality of the foregoing and the objectives of MKO.

Advocacy Health Advocacy Housing Advocacy Emergency Services Mental Health Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Local Health Care Mental Health Transportation Transportation Resources / Assistance

National Indigenous Residential School Museum of Canada Inc.

National Indigenous Residential School Museum of Canada Inc. Info

P: 1-204-239-6464
E: Online Contact Form


212-5000 Crescent Rd W
Keeshkeemaquah, Manitoba Canada
R1N 0X7

https://nirsmuseum.ca/

The former Portage Indian Residential School is now home to the National Indigenous Residential School Museum of Canada Inc.

Academic Education & Training Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Mental Health

Pimicikamak Cree Nation - Cross Lake Band - Treaty 5 Territory

Pimicikamak Cree Nation – Cross Lake Band

P: 204-646-2218
E: Online Contact Form

https://crosslakeband.ca/

The Cross Lake Indian Reserve consists of Reserve No. 19, 19A, 19B, 19C, 19D, and 19E. All are adjacent to each other and located approximately 190 air kilometers (118.5 miles) south of Thompson and 520 air kilometers (325 miles) north of Winnipeg along the shore of the Nelson River, where it enters into Cross Lake. According to the regional population statistics as of August 2016; the Band has an on-reserve population is 6,047 and an off-reserve population of 2,399. The total Band population is 8,446.There are individuals of non-aborginal origin, as well as a number of Metis residing on-reserve. The majority of the population is treaty status.

Academic Education & Training Post-Secondary Preparation Study Space / Computer Usage Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Mentorship / Networking Work Placement Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Family Accessing Supports / Services Parenting Senior Services Financial Funding Health Disability Services Local Health Care Mental Health Housing House Maintenance Housing Resources Transportation Medical / Medical Appointment Transportation Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Southern Chiefs Organization (SCO)

SCO Education & Resources

P: Toll Free 1-866-876-9701
E: [email protected]

scoinc.mb.ca

The Southern Chiefs’ Organization represents 34 First Nations and more than 80,000 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. Some services include: Child and family welfare, youth council, environment, health, justice and rights, funding, and employment opportunities. SCO’s website has a a section dedicated to Education & Resources which has information on the following: Indian Residential Schools, Indian Day Schools, Sixties Scoop, MMIWG2S and Violence Prevention, Anti-racism, support on getting benefits, Education, Scholarships, and Funding info, a curated list of Indigenous books, podcasts, movies, and reports, and information on Treaties.

Academic Education & Training Advocacy Human Rights Community Community Activism Financial Funding Health Mental Health Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Southern Chiefs Organization SCO

SCO Member First Nations & Chiefs

Southern Chiefs’ Organization represents 34 Anishinaabe and Dakota First Nation communities and more than 81,500 citizens in what is now called southern Manitoba. SCO is an independent political organization that, by following the direction of the 34 Chiefs, 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.

Academic Education & Training Advocacy Health Advocacy Human Rights Legal Advocacy Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Community Connection to Home Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Urban Transition Family Accessing Supports / Services Parenting Youth Activities Health Disability Services Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Insurance / Health Coverage Mental Health

Southern Chiefs Organization SCO

SCO Survivors Healing Supports Program (SHSP)

P: PHONE: 204-946-1869 /TOLL FREE: 1-866-876-9701
E: [email protected]

https://scoinc.mb.ca/survivors-healing-supports-program/

Southern Chiefs’ Organization (SCO) is pleased to announce the launch of two new programs leading up to the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation by honouring Survivors, Intergenerational Survivors and remembering the children who did not return home. The Survivors Healing Supports Program (SHSP) will focus on healing for those dealing with ongoing traumas associated with Indian Residential Schools and Indian Day Schools (IRS/ISD), the Sixties Scoop and child welfare system and the issue of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls and Gender Diverse People. The SHSP will have liaisons ready to assist families interacting with various colonial systems, and to help in the coordination of events and gatherings while providing emotional support for Survivors and their families. The Harm Reduction Awareness and Land-Based Healing Fund will promote a First Nations, strengths-based, destigmatized and inclusive harm reduction approach based on truth, love, respect, courage, honesty, wisdom and humility.

Financial Funding Health Mental Health

Self Help Support Groups

CAHRD

CAHRD Aboriginal People with Disabilities

P: 204-989-7110
E: Online Contact form

https://cahrd.org/employment-services/apwdp/

The Aboriginal People With Disabilities Program provides assistance to urban Aboriginal people with disabilities with customized services including access to employment or training programs, and referrals to outside agencies in the City of Winnipeg with disability programs and services.

Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Health Disability Services Mental Health

Native Clan Organization

Native Clan Organization Programs and Services

P: 204-943-7357


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

https://www.nativeclan.org/program-services

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.

Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Health Mental Health Urgent Services Basic Needs Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – AFM North

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in Northern Manitoba, in Thompson, Flin Flon and The Pas. Contact info listed here for Thompson.

Health Mental Health

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – All Other Offices Outside of Winnipeg

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in all other offices outside of Winnipeg. Listings for Beausejour, Boissevain, Brandon, Dauphin, Flin Flon, Gimli, Minnedosa, Portage la Prairie, Rossburn, Selkirk, Southport, Steinbach, Ste. Rose du Lac, Swan River, The Pas, Thompson, Virden, and Winkler (covering the Winkler and Morden area).

Health Mental Health

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – Brandon and Surrounding Area

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in Brandon and the surrounding area. Contact info listed here for Brandon’s Parkwood Centre.

Health Mental Health

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – Parkland

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in the Parkland region. Contact info listed here for St. Rose du Lac.

Health Mental Health

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – River Pointe Centre in Winnipeg

Contact List of AFM Programs and Offices in the River Pointe Centre in Winnipeg. This centre is home to both the Winnipeg Men’s Program, the Winnipeg Men’s Intake and the Manitoba Opioid Support and Treatment.

Health Mental Health

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Impaired Driver Program

If you have been charged with impaired driving attending AFM’s Impaired Driver Program is one of the steps you need to take for Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) to consider reissuing your licence.

Health Mental Health

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Manitoba Opioid Support and Treatment (MOST)

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

https://afm.mb.ca/programs-and-services/most/

The Manitoba Opioid Support and Treatment (MOST) Program supports individuals who are dependent on opioids by prescribing medication that reduces the symptoms of withdrawal as well as providing counselling and other supports. AFM offers this program in Winnipeg and Brandon.

Health Mental Health

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Programs and Services for Adults

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

https://afm.mb.ca/programs-and-services/for-adults/

Adult services are provided to adults 18 years and older who are seeking assistance either due to their own or another’s involvement with alcohol, drugs, and/or gambling. We offer in-house and community-based services in communities across Manitoba. AFM’s Adult Treatment Services provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals making healthy lifestyle changes. We appreciate that these changes usually involve taking risks and often require time for people to develop new life skills. If substance use or gambling issues are causing you or your family concern, we can help.

Health Mental Health

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Programs and Services for Family

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

https://afm.mb.ca/programs-and-services/for-family/

When someone is struggling with drugs, alcohol or problem gambling, that person’s family and loved ones are affected too. Whether you’ve lived with addiction yourself or experienced it in your family growing up, AFM’s Family Program is here for you. We can support you to explore how a history with addiction impacts your life today and how you can move forward.

Health Mental Health

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Programs and Services for Youth

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

https://afm.mb.ca/programs-and-services/for-youth

Maybe you just have some questions and are looking for a safe, non-judgemental place to get answers. Whatever your situation is, AFM youth services are here for you. We offer a range of supportive services for young people 12 – 18 years of age.

Health Mental Health

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM)

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba Women and Family Programs

Contact list of AFM Programs and Offices for Women and Family. These include the Women’s Intake and In-House Services, Women’s Community Based Services and Family Services.

Health Mental Health

Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba (ADAM)

Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba (ADAM) Anxiety and Worry Support Program

This is a practical, evidence-based program for managing anxiety, worry, and low mood.  It consists of seven sessions covering anxiety, worry, uncertainty, thinking, arousal reduction and activity,  and motivation.

Health Mental Health

Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba (ADAM)

Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba (ADAM) Coaching for Confidence

This program consists of 8 week, no cost, sessions led by a trainer peer support worker (course manual costs $25). The goal is to learn more about anxiety in children (12 and under) and how to support them. Throughout 8 weeks participants work through course material in virtual group session, discuss material and share experience.

Health Mental Health

Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba (ADAM)

Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba (ADAM) Peer Support

ADAM’s individualized peer support program is a structured program based upon the principles of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). Anyone 18 years and over who is interested in individualized peer support is asked to complete an intake form and meet with the Program Coordinator by telephone, Zoom, or when circumstances allow, in person –  for a confidential intake meeting.

Community Peer Support Health Mental Health

Eden Health Care Services

Eden Health Care – Family & Friends Support Group

A Family and Friends Support Group is available weekly at the Evergreen Classroom located next to Eden Mental Health Centre.

Community Peer Support Health Mental Health

Heartwood Healing Centre

Heartwood Healing Centre – Programs & Services

Heartwood Healing Centre believes that healing is a lifelong journey. All our services are specialized specifically for people who have experienced childhood sexual abuse, but because healing doesn’t happen all at once and looks different for everyone, we offer variety of service options. All of our services are free and you are welcome here.

Health Mental Health Workshops

The Link Youth and Family Supports

The Link Mental Health & Addictions

The Link has programs of support for Mental Health and Addictions. Connect is a free therapy support for families, couples & individuals. You do not have to be currently accessing MYS programs. As long as you are not in crisis or requiring clinical care. The Link’s Momentum is a new group therapy program designed to bring parents or teens together who may be experiencing similar challenges. Sometimes it helps just knowing you are not alone. An onsite AFM youth counsellor is available at 175 Mayfair to support youth 12+ and their families and caregivers.

Family Accessing Supports / Services Health Mental Health

University of Manitoba

UM Student Counselling Centre

P: 204-474-8592


65 Chancellors Circle
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry Campus)
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3T 2N2

https://umanitoba.ca/student-supports/student-health-and-wellness/student-counselling-centre-scc

The Student Counselling Centre (SCC) provides free counselling and mental health support to University of Manitoba, English Language Centre, and International College of Manitoba (ICM) students. We are open year-round, Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Our commitment is to offer a support service to every student who contacts us.

Health Mental Health

Sexual Trauma Support

Clan Mothers Healing Village

Clan Mothers Healing Village Info


E: Online Contact Form

https://clanmothers.ca/

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.

Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Mental Health

Heartwood Healing Centre

Heartwood Healing Centre – Cultural Program

Heartwood Healing Centre is in the process of developing a cultural program that will include activities and supports that centre Indigenous ways of knowing, feeling, being and doing.

Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Mental Health

Brandon University

BU Sexualized Violence Support and Information

P: 204-727-7498
E: [email protected]


Room 227, Health Studies Complex - 270 - 18th Street
Brandon, Manitoba Canada
R7A 6A9

https://www.brandonu.ca/sexualviolence/

We have partnered with REES (Respect, Educate, Empower Survivors) to provide online reporting for sexual violence on campus. REES allows our campus community to create a Record of the incident and provides multiple reporting options that include Anonymous Report, Connect to My Campus and Report to Police. REES also provides information about campus and community-based resources such as sexual assault centres, healthcare, and support services.

Health Mental Health Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

ECRC has many resources. On this page you will find: Changes in programs due to COVID-19, Basic Needs and Employment info, Covid 19 Resources, Counselling Support Line and Domestic Violence Support Line (Text or call (431) 275-2290 from 10am-6pm Monday-Friday), and resources on keeping pets & people safe, partner sexual violence, tips for addressing human trafficking against women, healthy relationships and more.

Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Family Accessing Supports / Services Health Mental Health Nutrition Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention Resources / Hot Lines

Gender Equity Manitoba

Gender Equity Manitoba Info

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


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

https://www.gov.mb.ca/msw/

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.

Advocacy Human Rights Health Mental Health Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Heartwood Healing Centre

Heartwood Healing Centre – Programs & Services

Heartwood Healing Centre believes that healing is a lifelong journey. All our services are specialized specifically for people who have experienced childhood sexual abuse, but because healing doesn’t happen all at once and looks different for everyone, we offer variety of service options. All of our services are free and you are welcome here.

Health Mental Health Workshops

Knowles Centre, Inc

Knowles Centre Programs

Our mission is to help youth and their families to address past struggles and develop healthier relationships to reach their full potential in the future. Depending on individual needs, clients are referred to any of Knowles Centre’s programs.

Family Accessing Supports / Services Health Mental Health

Marymound

Marymound Services

Marymound offers the following services: Stabilization – Crisis Stabilization, and Youth Addictions Stabilization Unit & IPDA, Healing Supports – Ezhi Nanaandawi, The Way to Heal Centre, Bagosenim Assessment & Planning, Sexual Abuse Treatment Program, Community-Based Live-In Care, Treatment Foster Care, Independent Options Program, Young Parents Program, StreetReach, Education & Life Skills Building – Marymound School, Pathways, Youth Education Service (YES), Student Work Education Experience Program (SWEEP), Good for Youth Social Enterprise, Bursaries – Cultural Healing Services, Cultural Program, Marymound North in Thompson – Wellness And Community Programming, Maternal Health, Futures – Early Childhood, Community Pantry, Marymound Workshop & Conference Center -Conferences and Workshops.

Emergency Services Mental Health Health Mental Health

Klinic

Sexual Assault Crisis Program & 24/7 Hotline

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.

Health Mental Health Urgent Services Resources / Hot Lines

University of Manitoba

UM Case Management

P: 204-474-7423
E: [email protected]


65 Chancellor's Circle
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry)
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3T 2N2

https://umanitoba.ca/student-supports/academic-supports/student-advocacy/case-management

Our team in the Case Management Office cares about your health, safety and emotional and physical well-being. We understand that it can be hard to find the right resources when you are facing a crisis or emergency in your life. We are your connection to emergency crisis support at UM. Everything you tell us is completely confidential and we will use the information you give us to connect you with support on and off campus. The University of Manitoba is committed to supporting those who have experienced sexual assault by providing information, referral to counselling and medical care and appropriate accommodations. If you are facing addiction or mental health issues, we can point you in the direction of resources that can help you on and off campus. If you are being stalked, harassed, or if you feel unsafe in your residence, we can help. We work closely with Student Advocacy and can help you if you are worried about your academic career. If you are struggling with challenging personal or health circumstances, we can connect you with a counsellor, a doctor, a support group, housing and financial aid.

Academic Academic Advisors Health Mental Health

University of Manitoba

UM Crisis Support

P: FG: 204-474-8592 / B: 204-272-3190


Fort Garry Campus: Room 474 UMSU University Centre, 75A Chancellor's Circle / Bannatyne Campus: Room S211 Medical Services Building, 750 Bannatyne Avenue
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry Campus & Bannatyne)
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3T 2N2 / R3E 0W2

https://umanitoba.ca/student-supports/safety-and-security/crisis-support

Do you need urgent support? The University offers services that can help. Student crisis counselling: The Student Counselling Centre offers same-day, brief crisis and emergency services to students in very high distress (e.g., having a panic attack, recently experienced sexual violence, feeling at risk for harming self or others). If you are in such a situation, come to the main office of the SCC at 474 UMSU University Centre or the Student Services at Bannatyne Campus office during our regular working hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Health Mental Health Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

University of Winnipeg

UW Sexual Violence Support

P: 204-230-6660
E: [email protected]


515 Portage Ave
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3B 2E9

https://www.uwinnipeg.ca/respect/sexual-violence/index.html

We take all disclosures and reports of sexual violence seriously at the University of Winnipeg. Survivors of all backgrounds and be treated with dignity, respect, and care. If you have experienced sexual violence, there are trained staff to help you in whatever way suits you best.

Health Mental Health

Trauma / Minority Stress

Anish Corporation

Anish Cultural Teachings & Ceremonies and Video Library

P: 204-334-9395 / 1-866-640-5441
E: [email protected]

https://www.anishcorp.ca/video-library

Here you can access the Anish Corporation Video Library where you will find recorded teachings and information. Cultural Teachings & Ceremonies are scheduled throughout the year as public events. Personal requests will be considered on a case by case basis and will depend on Elder/Spiritual Caregiver/Knowledge Keeper/Facilitator availability.

Academic Education & Training Advocacy Human Rights Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Health Mental Health

Clan Mothers Healing Village

Clan Mothers Healing Village Info


E: Online Contact Form

https://clanmothers.ca/

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.

Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Mental Health

Elizabeth Fry Society of Manitoba

Elizabeth Fry Society of Manitoba Services & Programs

P: 204-589-7335
E: [email protected]


544 Selkirk Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 2M9

https://efsmanitoba.org/services-programs/

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.

Advocacy Legal Advocacy Health Mental Health Housing Housing Resources Urgent Services Basic Needs

Hope for Wellness Helpline

Hope for Wellness Helpline Services

P: Help Line 1-855-242-3310

https://www.hopeforwellness.ca/

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.) Hope for Wellness counsellors have diverse educational and professional backgrounds, knowledge on a variety of topics, and demonstrated cultural competence. When you call the Hope for Wellness Helpline you will speak with a knowledgeable professional who will listen, discuss support and resources.

Health Mental Health Urgent Services Resources / Hot Lines

Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak MKO

MKO Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Liaison Unit

P: Toll Free: 1.800.442.0488 / Direct Line: 1.204.677.1648 / Mobile: 1.204.307.0485
E: Online Contact Form

https://mkonation.com/advocacy-areas/mmiwg/

The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) Liaison Unit was established in September of 2017. The Unit’s primary function is to support families and communities who are impacted by missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, survivors of violence, Two Spirit and gender diverse people. An integral part of the Unit’s work is also focused on advocacy, building partnerships and relationships, prevention and awareness of all forms of violence towards Indigenous women and girls and Two Spirit and gender diverse people. A large component of the Unit’s work is also focused on healing, reclaiming the spirit and empowerment.

Advocacy Human Rights Health Mental Health Urgent Services Resources / Hot Lines

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.

Emergency Services Mental Health Health Mental Health Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention Resources / Hot Lines
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