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Emergency and Crisis Resources

Please confirm the availability of the services below for your situation.  If you are in immediate crisis, call 911. Consult your regional health authority website for services near you.

Crisis Response Centre

817 Bannatyne Avenue, Winnipeg MB; Community Intake: 204-788-8330

Mobile Crisis: 204-779-8902 

Klinic Crisis Line

204-786-8686; 1-888-322-3019;

Kids Help Phone

1-800-668-6868;; Text CONNECT to 686868

MB Suicide Prevention

Crisis Line: 1-877-435-7170;  TTY: 204-784-4097;

Domestic Abuse Crisis Line


First Nations & Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line

Free Online Podcasts and Webinars by Dr. Unger

Tips for Setting Limits with Ourselves and Others

Webinar (30 min) provided as part of the Shared Health Staff Wellness & Health Booster Session Series - January 2022

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Being Proactive: Supporting Mental Health with Mindfulness

Project 11 Check-in Chat podcast (56 min) with Suzi Friesen and Don Amero - February 2021

Other Online Resources

Wellness Together Canada

Online resources and virtual support counselling in English and French, at no cost. 

Strongest Families Institute

Provides bilingual skills based e-mental health services for children, youth, adults and families. Adult anxiety and depression program:  

Referral from health-care provider required for child and parent programs.

Anxiety Canada

Website of online resources and programs for children, youth, parents, and adults on how to manage a range of anxiety disorders.

Public and Community Resources

Adult Mental Health Services: WRHA

For access to community mental health services in Winnipeg. Centralized Intake: 204-788-8330.  For services outside Winnipeg, please see your regional health authority website.

Psychologist services for a range of mental health and medical issues across the lifespan.  Doctor's referral generally required.

 Intake line to access public child and adolescent mental health services: 204-958-9660;

Government of Manitoba website with provincially funded mental health programs and services.

Peer support and cognitive behavioural group programs.

Family, couple, individual and group therapy.

Mental health, addictions, and recovery support.

Family support, counselling and resources.

Community health, wellness support groups, and counselling services.

University of Manitoba Psychological Service Centre

Psychotherapy and assessment services by Clinical Psychology graduate students at no cost.  204-474-9222

New Directions Family Therapy Services

Support to families with children under the age of 18 through therapy, drop-in phone counselling, groups, and training at no cost.

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