Health Links offers recommendations to how callers should proceed with there inquiry, for example, calling 911, visiting an emergency department, urgent care, walk-in clinic or family physician, or advice and education information to help manage symptoms.
Mood Disorders is offering Covid-19 support line for people who are experiencing anxiety due to the outbreak of the virus. They are available from 9am– 9pm.
Manitobans unable to leave their homes (elderly, disabled, vulnerable) that require items such as groceries, medication (and more), with a volunteer
to perform the necessary tasks.
Aulneau is offering wellness checks for anyone needing coping tools and resources to help manage anxiety due to COVID-19. Follow the link for more information.
This Crisis Line is open to people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. This line is to help support people who are struggling with difficult feelings and behaviours.
The Sexual Assault Crisis Program (SACP) offers short-term counselling (up to 12 weeks) and focuses on sexual assault trauma. The counsellors supports clients while seeking medical attention, as well as provide support if they choose involve the police. The line is available 24/7.
The Mobile Crisis Service support individuals experiencing mental health or psychosocial crisis, including persons with a co-occurring mental health/substance use disorder. The line is available 24/7.
The Pregnancy Crisis Centre is currently closed to in-person appointments; however, diapers and formula are available for pick up. Please call to arrange for pick up. Immediate support for those who need to talk is available via phone and email M-F 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
The Hope for Wellness Help Line offers immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention to all Indigenous peoples across Canada. Requests can be made for counselling English, French, Cree, Ojibway, and Inuktitut. This line is available 24/7.
Mood Disorders is offering a Peer Support Line from Monday to Friday from 9 am, 9 pm, and Saturday & Sunday from 10am to 4 pm. They provide one-on-one support over the phone.
Mood Disorder has mental health virtual peer support groups such as Depression, Personality Disorder, Bipolar, Eating Disorders, 18+ Women's Wellness, Postpartum and ADHD. These virtual peer support groups are available on Go To Meetings and Zoom. They are all free, and to access call the peer support line.
Over the phone counselling
204-942-9276 or 204-
Sara Riel is providing 24/7 Peer Support Warm Line for individuals wanting to connect with someone or interested community resources.
This service is offering 24/7 for anyone needing counselling services.
Centralized Call Centre @ (204) 948-2888 or 1-
The Canadian Federal government will provide a taxable benefit of $2,000 a month for up to 4 months to:
-Workers who must stop working due to COVID19 and do not have access to paid leave or other income support.
-Workers who are sick, quarantined, or taking care of someone who is sick with COVID-19.
-Working parents who must stay home without pay to care for children that are sick or need additional care because of school and daycare closures.
-Workers who still have their employment but are not being paid because there is currently not sufficient work and their employer has asked them not to come to work.
-Wage earners and self-employed individuals, including contract workers, who would not otherwise be eligible for Employment Insurance.
In Winnipeg 204-982-3660
Outside of Winnipeg: 1-800-970-5559
E: kellym@winnipegharve st.org
Check our website & social media daily for updates. https://norwestcoop.ca
McGregor: 204-925-0330 | 204-925-6816
Spence: 204-925-0352 | 204-925-0348
The Provincial domestic violence crisis line is offering 24/7 support for individuals who are in crisis, want to talk about what is happening to them or someone they care about.
Ikwe Widdjiitiwin is providing services on the crisis line and have limited space for their residential program; all other programs are still being offered as usual.
204-615-0311 OR 1-877-977-0007
Willow Place offer a few different program such as a 24-hour Crisis Line, emergency shelter for women and children leaving family violence, counselling and group counselling, follow-up services. In addition, they provide advocacy and links to community supports, outreach and prevention services. These services are available at no cost.
North End Women's Centre is offering bagged lunches, Hygiene products, harm reduction kits, and safe sex items between 1 -3 PM.
West Central Women's Resource Centre is serving bagged lunch and dinner at the door on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 12 - 1PM, & Tuesday, Thursday from 5 – 6 PM and Saturday 10 – 11 AM. One-one-one supports will be offered over the phone or email, unless it is gender-based violence
emergency, housing, EIA. For laundry, shower, and crisis support please call to make an appointment.
Drop in counselling cancelled. Snacks and hygiene available for pickup at door.
Wahbung is temporarily closed. They are available over social media and phone to help community members.
All programming suspended; Centre closed to the general public. Telephone check-ins with counselling clients can be arranged. Voicemails are checked regularly by staff to answer any outstanding questions
Coop/Legal Help Centre
Women's Place is providing counselling services, safety planning, protection orders, legal consults and representation for anyone in need.
204-415-6797 ext 207
BHF services at River Point Centre is closed, however clients seeking BHF Intake or outreach services may call River Point Centre Staff at 204- 269-3430. They are doing interviews over the phone 204-582-2357.
Emergency Shelter and Drop In Services Emergency Shelter, Food Bank Services - hamper model. Withdrawal Management Services, limiting intakes in both Withdrawal & Residential Services
St. Raphael Wellness Centre offers pre and pose treatment non-residential counselling and education affected by substance use disorder and other mental health issues. The Centre is taking referrals over the phone, and they offering group sessions, however are limiting the number of people who attend, and individual sessions face to face, by phone or video chat. They are open on Mon, Tues, Thurs 8:30 – 7:30, Wed 11:00 – 4:30, Fri 8:30 – 4:30
Please phone clinic before coming in, you doctor may be able to price care over the phone. Also available, Monday-Friday between 9am and 4pm to see our nurse for STI testing, pregnancy testing and STI treatment.
This is a mental health service available 24/7 for kids, teens and young adults Canada-wide. Access services by texting, or phone.
free) FamilyNavigator@mys. mb.ca
Stephanie Johnson 204-479-1449
Indigenous Worker Kristyn Hancock 204-801-8428
Canadian Mental Health Association program Youth Services Navigator works collaboratively with the Futures Forward Program, and partnerships with Youth Employment Services, and Community Financial Counselling Services. They are providing Mental Health, Addictions, EIA, Housing, Emergency Food, service over the phone, and social media.
Check Social Media for Updates
Nor'West is offering phone counseling, coping tips, and information about mental health, addictions and employment. If a youth needs to be connected with AFM and EIA.
204-783-5617 ext. 206
Ray is offering bag lunches and hot coffee from 1 – 3 PM at the front door. There street outreach program is available during the day from 1 -4PM and the Evening 5 – 8 PM. Ray is offering afterhours support, as well and appointments with the Nurse Practitioner or Counsellor must be made over the phone.
Youth Peer Support Grp
Ages 12 -17
Mood disorders is offering a Youth Peer Support Group on Wednesday from 5:30-7:00 PM, please email to register and get access information.
Ndinawe Youth Resource
204-945-4777 or toll-
Parents who are struggling with their children's behaviour can access the phone line Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
New Directions is only offering Urgent Essential Services to existing clients, and are not taking any new intakes.
Resources Available: Community building closed- harm reduction supplies are available at 888 Main Street
Daily outreach continuing with: Food delivery
Phone checks with priority checks to clients that do not have phones
Transportation still continuing for clients to appts Needs: Food and hygiene supplies
Sage House: closed but there are staff on site, just need to ring the doorbell
Have ramped up outreach supports in terms of harm reduction supplies and food
Wellness team: Phone counseling set up with triage and callers will get a call back # 204-589-9477
Abortion Clinic Pap Test
STI Checks & Treatment Teen Clinic Midwifery Intake
Screened upon arrival for COVID-19 in-person (and in some cases, phone) appointments:
-Abortion (both surgical and medication abortion) including intake and follow-up, Emergency contraception, Pregnancy and birth control counselling/information, Birth control (including pill pick up, IUD insertions and urgent follow-up), Pap tests (only if previously abnormal result)
-STI checks and treatment
-Sexual Health Drop-In
Teen Clinic is still open (Thursdays 3-8 pm for 21 years old and under)
Midwifery Intake 204-947-2422 ext. 307 NorthernStar Mothers Milk Bank Drop Site 204-594-0900
The Drop-In space is being closed between mealtimes to be thoroughly sanitized, although continuing its operation for meals. On-site health centre has moved to educating participants on reducing their risk of spreading COVID-19, and how to stay healthy.
Suspended In-person Services Until March 31st. All other inquiries they can be reach thru email and phone M-W-F-Sat 8:30am-4:30pm, Tues-Thurs 8:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
The Newcomer and Immigrant Settlement (NISW) program
The Building Futures program
Auday at 204-982-1720
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ext 206 email@example.com
204-982-1720 ext. 211
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NISW will continue to support individuals who are seeking settlement services through phone/emails by contacting the Settlement Worker. We will be uploading education materials on our website on a weekly basis. In-person appointment will only be available for emergency cases by calling us at 431- 275-2289 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The building Futures Program will also continue to support newcomers who are seeking language and employment supports through online streaming and by appointment on a case by case.