Urgent Services

Personal Safety-Violence Prevention

P: (204) 944-4100

https://www.ancr.ca/

Our resource centre is always working hard to create and bring new cultural based programs to children and families in the communities we serve. Parenting programs, self improvement programs, workshop series and more to help people live a healthy and happy life.

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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

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.

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Circling Buffalo Inc.

First Nation Shelters in Manitoba

Manitoba First Nation Shelters: Fisher River Cree Nation: First Nations Healing Centre Inc. – 1 800 692 6270, Mathias Colomb Cree Nation: Mamawehetowin Crisis Centre – 1 866 432 1041, Shamattawa First Nation: Wechin Waskigan Crisis Centre – 1 204 565 2548, Norway House Cree Nation: Jean Folster Place Women’s Shelter – 1 877 885 5889, and Noosi Muskwa Women’s Shelter – 1 204 484 2634

Urgent Services Basic Needs Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

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.

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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.

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Mama Bear Clan is a community safety initiative that was created by NPDWC’s Women’s Warrior Circle. In 2016 a group of mothers, grandmothers, sisters and aunts decided that safety is something that is fostered through relationship: within ourselves, our home, and in the community. Sometimes all people need to feel safe is knowing someone cares about them. We patrol North Point Douglas and Main Street three days a week – rain or shine, summer or winter. We are committed to promoting safety and reducing violence by being a positive, loving, and compassionate presence in the community. We make sure everyone in the community is safe – whether that means walking people home or to the bus stop, picking up sharps, calling emergency services if needed, or even just praying with someone or giving them a hug. Whenever possible, Mama Bear Clan provides basic first aid as well as donations of food, water, clothing, and hygiene items to people in need.

Community Community Activism Urgent Services Basic Needs Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

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.

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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.

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Meet Me at The Bell Tower – Building Community

Meet Me at The Bell Tower – Building Community Facebook Page


470 Selkirk Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R2W 2M5

https://www.facebook.com/belltowermovement

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

Community Community Activism Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Urgent Services Basic Needs Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

P: Emergency 911 / 204-856-5370 / MFNP Tip Line: 1-833-978-0048
E: [email protected]

https://www.mfnp.ca/

It is the goal of the Manitoba First Nations Police Service to position itself as the police service of choice to First Nations seeking alternatives in policing. The Manitoba First Nations Police Service has support for expansion within the Province of Manitoba from the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and the Assembly of First Nations both at the Provincial and Federal level.

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Manitoba First Nations Police Service MFNP

MFNP Birdtail Sioux First Nation Detachment

P: Emergency 911 / (204) 568-4621

https://www.mfnp.ca/detachments/

It is the goal of the Manitoba First Nations Police Service to position itself as the police service of choice to First Nations seeking alternatives in policing. The Manitoba First Nations Police Service has support for expansion within the Province of Manitoba from the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and the Assembly of First Nations both at the Provincial and Federal level.

Emergency Services Police / Fire / Ambulance Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Manitoba First Nations Police Service MFNP

MFNP Canupawakpa Dakota Nation – Band 289 Detachment

P: Emergency 911 / (204) 854-2953

https://www.mfnp.ca/detachments/

It is the goal of the Manitoba First Nations Police Service to position itself as the police service of choice to First Nations seeking alternatives in policing. The Manitoba First Nations Police Service has support for expansion within the Province of Manitoba from the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and the Assembly of First Nations both at the Provincial and Federal level.

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Manitoba First Nations Police Service MFNP

MFNP Long Plain First Nation – Band 287 Detachment

P: Emergency 911 / (204) 252-4480

https://www.mfnp.ca/detachments/

It is the goal of the Manitoba First Nations Police Service to position itself as the police service of choice to First Nations seeking alternatives in policing. The Manitoba First Nations Police Service has support for expansion within the Province of Manitoba from the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and the Assembly of First Nations both at the Provincial and Federal level.

Emergency Services Police / Fire / Ambulance Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Manitoba First Nations Police Service MFNP

MFNP Opaskwayak Cree Nation Detachment

It is the goal of the Manitoba First Nations Police Service to position itself as the police service of choice to First Nations seeking alternatives in policing. The Manitoba First Nations Police Service has support for expansion within the Province of Manitoba from the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and the Assembly of First Nations both at the Provincial and Federal level.

Emergency Services Police / Fire / Ambulance Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Manitoba First Nations Police Service MFNP

MFNP Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation – Band 273 Detachment

P: Emergency 911 / (204) 427-3383

https://www.mfnp.ca/detachments/

It is the goal of the Manitoba First Nations Police Service to position itself as the police service of choice to First Nations seeking alternatives in policing. The Manitoba First Nations Police Service has support for expansion within the Province of Manitoba from the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and the Assembly of First Nations both at the Provincial and Federal level.

Emergency Services Police / Fire / Ambulance Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Manitoba First Nations Police Service MFNP

MFNP Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nation Detachment

P: Emergency 911 / (204) 843-7700

https://www.mfnp.ca/detachments/

It is the goal of the Manitoba First Nations Police Service to position itself as the police service of choice to First Nations seeking alternatives in policing. The Manitoba First Nations Police Service has support for expansion within the Province of Manitoba from the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and the Assembly of First Nations both at the Provincial and Federal level.

Emergency Services Police / Fire / Ambulance Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Manitoba First Nations Police Service MFNP

MFNP Swan Lake First Nation Detachment

It is the goal of the Manitoba First Nations Police Service to position itself as the police service of choice to First Nations seeking alternatives in policing. The Manitoba First Nations Police Service has support for expansion within the Province of Manitoba from the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and the Assembly of First Nations both at the Provincial and Federal level.

Emergency Services Police / Fire / Ambulance Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Manitoba First Nations Police Service MFNP

MFNP Waywayseecappo First Nation Detachment

P: Emergency 911 / (204) 859-5070

https://www.mfnp.ca/detachments/

It is the goal of the Manitoba First Nations Police Service to position itself as the police service of choice to First Nations seeking alternatives in policing. The Manitoba First Nations Police Service has support for expansion within the Province of Manitoba from the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and the Assembly of First Nations both at the Provincial and Federal level.

Emergency Services Police / Fire / Ambulance Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

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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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.

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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.

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Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation – Nelson House – Treaty 5 Territory

Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation – Nelson House

Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation is a vibrant and thriving First Nation based in Nelson House, Manitoba, about 800 kilometres north of Winnipeg and 80 kilometres west of Thompson. We’re focused on providing education and opportunities that can help assure a positive tomorrow for our youth, our families and our Elders.

Academic Education & Training Career Pathways Job Banks / Resource Centre / Resume Writing Community Elder Services / Cultural Events / Circle Meetings Family Youth Activities Financial Funding Health Elder Services / Traditional Healing / Language Interpretation Local Health Care Transportation Medical / Medical Appointment Transportation Urgent Services Basic Needs Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

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.

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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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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 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.

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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

Child and Family All Nations Coordinated Response Network (ANCR)

Waa Pina Kosiis Miiki Waahp (Snowbird Lodge)

P: (204) 944-4100

https://www.ancr.ca/

Waa Pina Kosiis Miiki Waahp or Snowbird Lodge strives to help families achieve Mino Pimatiziwin (a good life) by providing culturally appropriate and culturally relevant programs for children and families. Our facility uses the smudge ceremony for all programs and we offer teachings to many of the families who attend the lodge. If you would like to learn more about programming and see our calendar of events, please download our recent newsletter below.

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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.

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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

City of Brandon

Brandon Emergency Services

P: Emergency 911 /Fire Hall #1: 204-729-2400/ Fire Hall #2: 204-729-2420
E: [email protected]

https://brandon.ca/emergency-services

Fire and ambulance, police service, enhanced 911, and emergency preparedness.

Emergency Services Police / Fire / Ambulance Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

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

Community Legal Education Association (CLEA)

CLEA Workplace Sexual Harassment Project Hotline

P: 1-877-226-4366 (toll-free) from 9 am to 12 pm, Monday to Friday
E: [email protected]

https://www.communitylegal.mb.ca/programs/workplace-sexual-harassment-project/

CLEA has set up a Workplace Sexual Harassment Hotline for Manitoba. The Hotline is staffed by a staff lawyer who can provide legal information and advice, make appropriate referrals to agencies, print and other resources. In appropriate circumstances, the staff lawyer can refer the client to a lawyer on CLEA’s lawyer referral panel for representation. This project is funded by Justice Canada.

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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.

Emergency Services Mental Health Health Mental Health Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

City of Dauphin

Dauphin Emergency Services

Fire department, police (RCMP), emergency preparedness, and Covid 19.

Emergency Services Police / Fire / Ambulance Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

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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Government of Manitoba

Gender Equity Manitoba – Gender Based Violence Program

P: 877-977-0007
E: [email protected]


409-401 York Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
R3C 4G4

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

If you are in an abusive relationship, or you know someone who may be, call 1-877-977-0007 or text 204-792-5302 or 204-805-6682. If you are in immediate danger, call 911. This webpage has links to supports and resources for domestic or family violence in Manitoba.

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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.

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Circling Buffalo Inc.

Help/Shelters for Men

If you are a man in crisis or you know a man who needs help, please refer to the numbers below: Provincial 24-Hour Domestic Violence Crisis/Information Line: 1-877-977-0007, Evolve Family Violence Counselling (Klinic): Crisis Line (24/7): (204) 786-8686 / 1-888-322-3019, Men’s Resource Centre of Manitoba (Winnipeg): Telephone: 204-415-6797/Toll-Free: 1-855-672-6727, Aboriginal Health & Wellness Centre of Winnipeg: Mino Pimatiziiwin Program @ 204-925-7501 , and Men are Part of the Solution (MAPS) (Thompson region): 204 778 6040.

Urgent Services Basic Needs Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

Government of Manitoba

Manitoba Domestic Violence Crisis Line – Stop The Violence

Know someone being abused in their relationship? CALL 911 for immediate help from police if the person is in DANGER or you fear for their safety. CALL 1-877-977-0007 if the person is not in immediate danger, and you want to talk about their situation. You can call this 24-hour domestic violence information/crisis line to discuss options and get information about services available in your area.

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Resource Assistance for Youth (RAY)

RAY Inc. – Get Help Now

We support all youth under the age of 30. That includes: Youth of all genders, including non-binary, trans, and gender non-conforming folks, Youth of all races and ethnicities, Youth who are First Nations, Metis, and Inuit, from the city or rural communities, Youth from all over Canada, Manitoba, and Winnipeg, Youth exiting justice, CFS, hospital, and other systems, Youth living with addiction and mental health, and Youth of all abilities. So if you’re 29 or younger, RaY is for you.

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City of Selkirk

Selkirk Public Safety

Fire protection, police, crime prevention, emergency preparedness, by-law enforcement, animal control, noise and nuisance, parking and property maintenance.

Emergency Services Police / Fire / Ambulance Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

The Salvation Army – Prairie Division

The Salvation Army Correctional & Justice Services Winnipeg

P: 204-949-2100

https://sacjswinnipeg.ca/

Our Mission is to minister to offenders, victims, witnesses and other persons affected by and serving in the justice system by means of practical assistance and through a demonstration of Christian love and concern.We value people by respecting the dignity and rights of all individuals and recognize their potential for growth and development.

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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.

Health Mental Health Urgent Services Personal Safety / Violence Prevention

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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