Get Your Benefits! is a plain language booklet listing many federal, provincial and regional benefits and programs individuals and families living in Manitoba may be eligible for. It is available in two languages:
Rainbow Resource Centre: http://www.rainbowresourcecentre.org/; can trace its history back to the early 70’s. It began as a student group at the University of Manitoba, first known as the Campus Gay Club, with a name change in 1973 to Gays for Equality. A telephone information line, peer counselling service and a resource library on the University of Manitoba campus were a few of the first services offered. Gays for Equality went on to become a leader and an important resource for the gay and lesbian community, providing community services, education, outreach and political awareness and activism.
170 Scott Street, Winnipeg, MB, R3L 0L3 Phone: 204-474-0212 Toll-Free Phone: 1-855-437-8523 Fax: 204-478-1160
211 MAnitoba: http://mb.211.ca/;is a searchable online database of government, health, and social services that are available across the province. The service helps Manitobans who are looking to find the right community or social resource but don’t know where to start. 211 Manitoba also makes it easy for service providers and first responders to direct others to the right resource.
Services are grouped together into categories that include food and clothing, housing and homelessness, health, mental health, employment, newcomers, children and parenting, and youth.
At this time, 211 Manitoba is available online only. Our goal is to move to full-service 211 which we anticipate including phone, text, and/or chat capacity.
Community Service Department City of Winnipeg: http://winnipeg.ca/cms/; The Community Services Department offers a wide range of services and programs to the citizens of Winnipeg. The focus is on providing efficient, responsive and innovative community-based service that promotes healthy and safe neighbourhoods and meets the communities’ diverse cultural, recreation, and information needs.
395 Main Street Winnipeg Manitoba R3B 3N8 Phone: 311
West Broadway Community Ministry: http://www.westbroadwaycm.org/; provides programs that respond to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of people of the community. Our Drop-In is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. A hot lunch is served Wednesday and Friday. We serve a light lunch Mondays and partner churches often provide a special lunch on Thursdays. Lunch is served at 12:30pm. Drop In is open from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Osborne Village Resource Centre: http://www.ovrc.ca/; is to empower the underemployed through employment facilitation, career counselling, and computer literacy. We provide employability skills training, access to technology, and innovative strategies to adapt to the ever-changing job market.
Unit 1 – 107 Osborne St. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3L 1Y4 Phone: 204-989-6503 Fax: 204-477-0903
Andrews Street Family Centre: For more than 20 years now, Dilly has served as Executive Director at the Andrews Street Family Centre, a United Way agency partner she helped found to assist people in her North End neighbourhood struggling with a multitude of issues like poverty, violence and addictions.
Indian & Metis Friendship Centre of Winnipeg: http://imfcentre.net/; We assist Aboriginal people adjust to living in an urban environment, while maintaining their culture.
U of W- Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre: https://www.uwinnipeg.ca/wiichii/; is a community partnership initiative that provides educational and capacity building opportunities. It is designed to reflect our neighbours’ needs for an educational gathering place that is inclusive and accessible.
email: email@example.com phone: 204.258.2951 fax: 204.783.4992
Winnipeg Adult Education Centre: https://www.winnipegsd.ca/schools/winnipegadultedcentre/_layouts/15/ci/wsd2/contact.aspx
310 VAUGHAN ST WINNIPEG, MB, R3B 2N8 Phone:204-947-1674 Fax:204-956-5049 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
North End Women’s Centre: http://www.newcentre.org/; is a community based organization that provides women with support, knowledge, and opportunity as they move forward on their journey towards independence and healthier lifestyle.
St. Mattews Maryland Community Ministry: http://stmatthewsmaryland.ca/; Providing a safe, comfortable and accepting “home away from home”, we welcome people who otherwise would be lonely and hungry. We could boast that over a year there are 9,000 visits to our drop-in, but we don’t. Instead, we lament that in a city as wealthy as ours, so many people need what we offer.
365 McGee St. Winnipeg, R3G 3M5 204.774.3957 (admin office) email@example.com
The Ministry is located in the Neighourhood Resource Centre in the lower level of the WestEnd Commons (formerly St. Matthew’s Anglican Church). Use the entrance on McGee St., near the corner of St. Matthew’s Avenue. There is an elevator, or take the stairs. The offices and drop in are through the door to the left.
West Central Women’s Resource Centre: http://wcwrc.ca/; exists to empower women to help themselves, their families and their community to safer, healthier lifestyles. Our home is the diverse West Central neighbourhood of Winnipeg.
640 Ellice Avenue, Wpg MB 204-774-8975 Hours of Operation: Mon, Wed & Fri: 9AM – 4:30PM Tuesday: 12:30PM – 4:30PM Thursday: CLOSED
Family Justice Resource Center: https://www.gov.mb.ca/justice/family/law/resource.html * Winnipeg: 204-945-2313 or Toll Free: 1-844-808-2313
If there is someone needing help regarding family law matters, we are here to help.
- – For the Sake of the Children (Parent Information Program)
- – Mediation
- – Caught in the Middle
- – Grandparent and Family Access Support
- – Brief Consultation Service
- – Court Ordered Assessment
- – First Choice Service
Drugwatch is a site for those who are, or know someone currently taking medications. You can learn more below:
There’s a new national toll-free crisis line called, First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line. The Help Line provides immediate, culturally competent, telephone crisis intervention counselling support for First Nations and Inuit, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Counsellors can also work with callers to identify follow-up services they can access. Counselling is available in English and French and, upon request, in Cree, Ojibway, and Inuktut.
The new toll-free number for the First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line is 1-855-242-3310.
For more info, please see the link …http://news.gc.ca/web/article-en.do?nid=1137119
Consumer Dangers: http://www.consumerdangers.com
Physician Connection Line: 204-786-7111
Online ChildCare Registry: manitoba.ca/onlinechildcareregistry
Phone: 204-945-0776 Toll Free: 1-888-213-4754
Native Women’s Transition Centre: http://www.nativewomens.mb.ca/ Please take the time to review our website to learn more about our organization’s history, our three (3) residential sites and the various programs and resources we offer.
Make donations to any Canadian charity through CanadaHelps. CanadaHelps, a Canadian charitable foundation, runs an online donations website to make secure internet donations to all registered Canadian charities.
Communities 4 Families
Since 2002, Communities 4 Families (C4F) has been 1 of 26 parent-child centred coalitions across Manitoba providing resources for healthy families and healthy communities. Located in Downtown Winnipeg our boundaries include many different communities.
Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre
Administrative Site 445 King Street Winnipeg, MB R2W 2C5
Phone: 204-925-0300 Toll Free: 1-888-962-6294
Fax: 204-946-5042 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The focus of New Journey Housing is on newcomers, regardless of their immigration status or arrival date in Canada. We also serve as a resource centre for those who sponsor, support and house newcomers.
Spence Neighbourhood Association
The Spence Neighbourhood Association works with the People of Spence to revitalize and renew their community in the areas of Health, Safety, Community Economic Development, Housing, Youth and Neighbourhood Image.
United Way Winnipeg
An independent community volunteer organization. Includes program information
West End Biz
To build a stronger west end community, by enhancing and supporting our business interests residential neighbourhoods, establishing lasting working relationships with member organizations. The biz will upon strengths, traditions cultures of area.
Find affordable Winnipeg apartments for rent through Winnipeg Rental Network. Apartment rental listings for both renters and landlords of apartment buildings. Manitoba Resource directory for housing advocacy, subsidized housing, seniors, newcomer housing and emergency shelters.
Winnipeg Harvest is a non-profit, community based organization that is a food distribution & training centre. Their goals are to collect and share surplus food with people who are hungry and to offer training opportunities to help people step up and out of poverty. Their ultimate goal is to eliminate the need for food banks in our community.