As of March 27th, 2020. We recommend you contact the organization before going.

If you see any mistakes or have something to add, please email

Crisis Lines

  • Manitoba Association of Women’s Shelter’s confidential provincial toll-free crisis line: 1-877-977-0007.
  • Manitoba Suicide Prevention & Support Line (24/7): Toll free: 1-877-435-7170 / TTY: (204) 784-4097 /
  • Klinic Crisis Line (24/7): Phone: (204) 786-8686 / Toll free: 1-888-322-3019 / TTY: (204) 784-4097
  • Sexual Assault Crisis Line (24/7): Phone: (204) 786-8631 / Toll free: 1-888-292-7565 / TTY: (204) 784-4097
  • More crisis support information at

Mental Health Resouces

Women’s Centres

West Central Women’s Resource Centre
640 Ellice Ave
Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 9am-4:30pm / Tuesday & Thursday: 12:30pm-6pm / Saturday: 8am-12pm
Phone #: 204-774-8975
Services Available: drop-in services: Laundry, phone, shower, computer, washroom. Hygiene supplies, cedar, and sage available. Emergency housing, eia, and gender-based violence support. We will continue to serve lunch and dinner but they will be bagged and given out at the door at the following times: Monday, Wednesday, Friday from noon-1pm / Tuesday, Thursday from 5pm-6pm / Saturday from 10am-11am.

North End Women’s Centre
394 Selkirk Avenue
Hours of Operation: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
Phone #: 204-589-7347
Services Available: Drop-In limited to essential resources such as pads, tampons, condoms, diapers, and hygiene items. Allowing maximum 3 women into the centre at one time for essentials such as using the phone, no more than 10 minutes per participant.

North Point Douglas Women’s Centre
221 Austin Street
Hours of Operation: M-Tue-W-F 9:00am-5pm, Saturday 1:00-5pm.
Phone #: 204-947-0321
Services Available: Drop-In limited to food, coffee, hygiene pick-up, telephone and bathroom use. Maximum of five people in the centre at one time.

Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre
1150 Waverley Street
Hours of Operation: N/A
Phone #: 204-477-1123
Services Available: 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.

Women’s Health Clinic
419 Graham Avenue
Phone #: 204-947-1517
Hours and services available: see

Healthy Start for Mom and Me
310-421 Mulvey Ave. East
Hours of Operation: M-F 8:45am-4:30pm
Phone #: 204-949-5350, or visit
Services Available: Serves pregnant women and families with children under 12 months. Groups are currently not running, but communication and support can be offered via phone during the above hours.

Other Centres and Organizations

Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre of Winnipeg, Inc.

181 Higgins Avenue
Hours of Operation: Telephone and Email Supports – M-F 8:45am-4:30pm
Phone #: 204-925-3700
Services Available: Effective immediately the following changes are in effect: Programs and Outreach Supports:
Public Drop Ins, Groups Activities, and Cultural Gatherings are CANCELLED. • We will provide food packages (bagged lunches and meals) and activity packages to keep our Constituents involved in healthy development. • Outreach will be provided. • Home visits will be provided on a limited basis. • Staff are communicating updates and information to Constituents, as they are made available.
Primary Care Clinic:
~COVID – 19 Assessment/Pre-Screening are not offered~
The Primary Care Clinic is operating through the following, dependent on staff availability: • Phone appointments • Need for in-person appointment will be assessed and determined • Walk-In Supports are available:
o Wound Care
o STI Treatment and Care
o Immunizations
o Pregnancy Tests
o Education
o Bloodwork
We will continue to monitor and evaluate the situation daily. We appreciate your support.

Agape Table
364 Furby Street
Hours of Operation: M-F 8:00am-2:00pm
Phone #: 204-783-6369
Services Available: Currently continuing with all resources for subsidized breakfast and emergency food. Subsidized and free emergency meals available M-F between 8:00-10:30am. Emergency food bank available Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:00-2:00pm.

Andrews Street Family Centre
220 Andrews Street
Hours of Operation: Full hours N/A, daily meals 12:00pm-2:00pm
Phone #: 204-589-1721
Services Available: All programs are cancelled until further notice. Emergency food and diapers, formula, are available, must call first and bring your Manitoba Health Card. Meals are served daily between the hours of 12:00pm-2:00pm.

222 Furby Street
Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 12:00-3:00pm
Phone #: 204-774-2773
Services Available: Bagged lunches are available for pick up between the above hours. Emergency food packages are also available, although individuals must call ahead of time so it can be prepared. If toiletries are needed, they can be added to emergency packages as requested. Drop-in is currently closed.

Daniel McIntyre / St. Matthews Community Association
823 Ellice Avenue
Hours of Operation: N/A
Phone #: 204-774-7005
Services Provided: Programs postponed. Contact organization online for further information at:

St. Mathews Maryland
641 St Mathews Avenue
Hours of Operation: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri – 1:30pm-4:00pm
Phone #: 204-774-1846
Services Available: bagged lunches and emergency food kits are provided between the above hours. Food hampers are also being distributed from Winnipeg Harvest a few days a week. If participants require this service, they must call Winnipeg Harvest @ 204-982-3660 to arrange a Hamper to be set aside for them.

EUTC Fresh Start & New Beginnings
200 – 275 Portage Ave
Hours of Operation: Not currently available
Phone #: contact cell info is 204-619-2964.
Services Available: Public Drop-in and Programming CLOSED. Each Case Worker will be attending emergencies cases and the team will be meeting every Wednesday 10am to 12pm to discuss our client’s needs.

Feed My Lambs
117 Euclid Avenue
Hours of Operation: Friday’s @ 3:30pm
Phone #: 204-254-0992
Services Available: Weekly foodbank, with no sign-up required. Not affiliated with Winnipeg Harvest.

Indigenous Family Centre
470 Selkirk Avenue
Hours of Operation: M-F 9:00am-3:00pm
Phone #: 204-586-8393
Services Available: Drop-In close, participants must register for foodbank that is available every second Monday. Pre-made bags of food items will be handed out at the door to registered participants.

Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre
445 King Street
Hours of Operation: M-F 8:30-4:30pm, Sat-Sun 8:00am-8:00pm
Phone #: 204-925-0300
Services Available: Drop-In CLOSED, emergency services provided by phone and through delivery. This includes: one emergency meal per family, baby supplies, and basic needs for vulnerable individuals and families.

Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre – Homelessness Programs
800 Selkirk Avenue
Hours of Operation: Phoneline: 9:00am-4:00pm, Deliveries: M-F 11:00am-1pm
Phone #: Phone 1 – 204-925-7294, Phone 2 – 204-940-4259.
Services Available: Public Drop in and Programming CLOSED. Our participants can contact us for basic need emergencies by calling the above phone numbers.

MacDonald Youth Services – Housing First Services
175 Mayfair Avenue
Hours of Operation: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
Phone #: Shauna Snider – 204-792-7543, Amy Karsin – 204-949-6522
Services Available: Emergency packages delivered to all participants and available food, hygiene, and harm reduction supplies at office for emergency community visits. Staff available for phone calls, texts, and emails.

MacDonald Youth Services – Non-Housing First Services
159 Mayfair Avenue
Hours of Operation: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
Phone #: 204-477-1804. 24-hour crisis lines – 204-949-4777 & 1-888-383-2776
Services Available: Youth Shelter (between the ages of 12 and 21).
Family Navigator Phoneline: 204-452-0551 or 1-844-452-0551
Family Navigator: Caregivers and youth ages 13-24 (right now, call and Navigators will support regardless of age, community members to access which services are available, provide phone counselling, or connect them with crisis services if that is what is needed.)
Housing, work, School and Culture Supports (call and staff will help with youth access appropriate resources based on need).

Main Street Project
75 Martha Street
Hours of Operation: All week 9:00am-5:00pm
Phone #: 204-982-8229
Services Available: Emergency Shelter is still in operation, with social distancing being implemented. Withdrawal Management facilities are limiting intakes in both facilities to insure social distancing. Mainstay Residence is moving to single occupancy, following Bell Hotel and Protective Care which are already single occupancy. Foodbank services are still operating, although they have been moved to a prepared hamper rather than a shopping model. Modified Drop-In hours are being implemented.

Mount Carmel Clinic
886 Main Street
Hours of Operation: MWF – 8:45-5pm, Tues-Thurs 8:45-8:00pm, Outreach hours ramped up to 12:00pm-8:00pm.
Phone #: 204-582-2311
Resources Available: Community building closed- harm reduction supplies are available at 888 Main Street
ACT Program
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

Ndinawe Youth Drop-In Centre
472 Selkirk Avenue
Hours of Operation: 3:00pm-7:00am Daily
Phone #: 204-417-7233
Services Available: Tina’s Safe Haven will be open at the above hours daily, food for youth is available at lunch hours in the Drop-In. Hours of Drop-In are limited.

Opportunities for Employment (OFE)
294 Portage Avenue
a. Hours of Operation: M-F 8:00am-4:00pm
b. Phone #: 204-925-3490
c. Services Provided: Suspended in person services and all other scheduled services. General Inquiry is still available E-mail:

Pregnancy Crisis Centre
650 Broadway
Hours of Operation: Phone Hours M-F 10:00am-2:00pm
Phone #: 1-800-665-0570
Services Available: Centre is currently closed to in-person appointments. Diapers and formula are available for pick up, please call to arrange this between the hours of phone operation. Immediate support for those who need to talk is available via phone and email during the above hours.

A Woman’s Place
200-323 Portage Avenue
Hours of Operation: M-F 9:00am-5:00pm
Phone #: 204-940-6624
Services Available: Legal help centre, can access services if in need of legal support and guidance. Can provide you with support, information, and referrals if you believe you have a legal problem. Currently offering over the phone counselling sessions, as well as in person sessions following a successful COVID-19 client screening.

Salvation Army Centre of Hope (SonRise House)

180 Henry Avenue
Hours of Operation: SonRise House – M-F 8:30am-3:30pm
Phone #: SonRise House – 204-946-9400
Services Available: Emergency shelter, transitional housing, and all programming are still in full operation. Upcoming special events are cancelled, and no unexpected or unnecessary visits to facilities are allowed.

Salvation Army Haven
72 Martha St.
Hours of Operation: To be confirmed
Phone #: 204-946-9404
Services Available: Emergency shelter, transitional housing, and all programming are still in full operation. Upcoming special events are cancelled, and no unexpected or unnecessary visits to facilities are allowed.

Siloam Mission
300 Princess Street
Hours of Operation: M-F 8:00am-4:30pm
Phone #: 204-956-4344
Services Available: Emergency shelter. All events, programming, and fundraisers are cancelled. Donations of unopened cold medications, hygiene products, and financial gifts are still able to be accepted. 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.

Spence Neighbourhood Association
615 Ellice Avenue
Hours of Operation: All week 10:30am-1pm & 4:30pm-6pm
Phone #: 204-783-5000
Services Available: WE24 is closed until conditions permit a safe reopening. All programming has been suspended at the present time. Instead staff will be providing much needed assistance to the Spence community by handing out essentials at Magnus Eliason Recreational Centre (MERC) at 430 Langside Street during these times:
Community Door Service 10:30 am -1 pm: Bagged snack and hygiene supplies are provided
Building Belonging/Youth Door Service 4:30 pm – 6 pm: Bagged lunch is available
*Please note in order to keep everyone safe, SNA cannot open the building to the community at this time. This unfortunately means no washroom or phone service at this time.

Street Connections
496 Hargrave Street
Hours of Operation: See below for outreach times
Phone #: 204-918-0742
Services Available: Outreach services – 6:00pm-6:10 Main Street and Higgins Ave, 7:00pm-7:10 Main Street near Sutherland Ave, 8:00pm-8:05 Mcgee Street and Ellice Ave (near 7-11), 8:05pm-8:10 Sargent Ave and Beverly Street, 10:00pm-10:10 Selkirk Ave and McKenzie Street, 11:00pm-11:10 Main Street and Jarvis Ave, 11:25pm-11:30 Isabel Street and William Ave

Thrive Community Support Circle
555 Spence Street
Hours of Operation: Phone hours 9:00am-4:00pm, Centre currently closed
Phone #: 204-772-9091, for counselling services call 204-809-4011
Services Available: Thrive is currently closed to the public in an effort to keep participants and staff safe and healthy. Thrive is currently distributing donations and basic needs kits to other organizations and emergency shelters during this time. Counselling services are still available via phone at the above number, and phone lines will remain open to aid those in obtaining resources who are calling in.

The Welcome Home
188 Euclid Avenue
Hours of Operation: Wednesdays @ 10:00am
Phone #: 204-946-5352
Services Available: Food hampers available for pick up at the above time, while quantities last.

Winnipeg Harvest
1085 Winnipeg Avenue
Hours of Operation: M-F 9:15am-3:15pm, Sat 9:15am-12:15pm
Phone #: Winnipeg – 204-982-3660, Toll Free – 1-800-970-5559

Services Available: Call one of the above numbers to book an appointment at your local food bank. Food hampers will last approximately 10-14 days per household. Hampers will include non-perishables, crackers, cookies, protein bars, cereal, onions, soup, potatoes. Services are restricted to an appointment basis.

Food Hampers

*Below are a few organizations that we know are offering food hamper services. Please contact the below organizations for more information about their hamper services:

Ma Mawi
Phone #:204-925-0300

Bear Clan
Phone #: 204-219-1052
Email: can be contacted via facebook at

Manitoba Metis Federation
Phone #: 204-589-4327

Newcomer supports

Manitoba Start
271 Portage Avenue
Hours of Operation: M-F 8:30am-5:00pm
Phone #: 204-944-8833
Services Provided: Operating Virtually, to register for Manitoba Start services or for general inquiries, email:

Immigrant Centre
100 Adelaide Street
Hours of Operation: M-W-F-Sat 8:30am-4:30pm, Tues-Thurs 8:30am-8:30pm
Phone #: 204-943-9158
Services Provided: Suspended In-person Services Until March 31st. All other inquiries they can be reach thru email and phone.

Newcomers Employment and Education Development Services (NEEDS)
251a Notre Dame Avenue
Hours of Operation: N/A
Phone #: 204-940-1260
Services Provided: Closed March 20 until further notice. Staff can still be reached through Email and Direct work numbers.


Employment and Income Assistance (EIA)
Hours of Operation: OFFICES CLOSED
Phone #: 204-948-2888 & 1-855-944-8111
Services Available: Clients are asked to call staff through call centre, Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 204-948-2888 (inside Winnipeg) or 1-855-944-8111 (toll-free, outside Winnipeg). Clients can also email the department at

Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living
300 Carlton Street
Hours of Operation: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm
Phone #: 204-786-7101
Services Provided: Temporarily closed to the public. Staff continue to register people for Manitoba health coverage and Manitoba Pharmacare benefits through email, phone, fax and mail. Forms and contact information can be found online.

Further Emergency Information:
Emergency response work, and safety-related calls will continue. If you smell natural gas (a sulphur or rotten egg odour) or your carbon monoxide alarm goes off, call Manitoba Hydro at 1-204-480-5900 (toll-free at 1-888-624-9376) immediately. If you suspect carbon monoxide poisoning, call 911 and get fresh air immediately. Use online reporting or call the Winnipeg Police Service Non- Emergency number @ 204-986-6222 for non-emergency situations. Emergency services are an essential service.

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