Resource Library

Count: 134
Resource Website Category >> Sub Category Type Provider
Drug Rehab Services https://www.drugrehab.ca
  • Health and Healing >> Addictions
Database Organization
Description:
Drug Rehab Services contains a comprehensive list of every addiction service available in Manitoba including resources in over 20 cities across the province. People will have access to different types of services such as treatment, prevention services, and age-specific services with the goal of providing information for people affected by addictions.
Aboriginal Healing Foundation http://www.ahf.ca/downloads/funding-directory-2.pdf
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Funding Non-Profit
Description:
A directory of funding sources for healing activities
Accessible Canada – National AccessAbility Week Funding – 2025 and 2026 https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/funding/accessible-grants-accessability-week.html
  • Education and Employment >> Training
  • Health and Healing >> Disability Services
Funding Federal
Description:
This funding opportunity aims to support projects that increase awareness through National Accessibility Week (NAAW) activities in 2025 and in 2026. It will fund projects that improve understanding and knowledge of Canadians on accessibility and disability inclusion, reduce stigma and attitudinal barriers towards persons with disabilities, and share best practices and lessons learned related to NAAW activities within the disability community.
Collaboration centre for strengthening Integrated Youth Services across Canada https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/programs/health-care-policy-strategies-program/call-for-proposals-collaboration-centre-strengthening-integrated-youth-services-across-canada.html#a4
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
  • Youth >> Positive Development Services
Funding Federal
Description:
The Integrated Youth Services (IYS) model offers a transformative approach by providing comprehensive, integrated care (e.g., mental health and substance use services, primary care, sexual health and harm reduction services, youth and family peer support, social and community services, employment and educational supports) to youth typically aged 12 to 25 through "one-stop shop" hubs in communities. There are currently approximately 90 IYS hubs across Canada with more in development.
Community Foundations of Canada http://communityfoundations.ca/
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Funding Corporate
Description:
Community foundations are funds established to support communities locally
Community Support Funding - Residential Schools https://www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1622742779529/1622742809449
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
  • Reconciliation >> Healing
Funding Federal
Description:
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action 74 to 76 sets out an approach to address missing children and burial sites of Indian Residential Schools. This funding is dedicated to:
•locating, documenting, maintaining and commemorating burial sites associated with former residential schools
•responding to family wishes to commemorate or memorialize their losses and the children's final resting places

Funding for communities for:
local research, engagement and knowledge gathering for: ◦engaging partners and other home communities to develop an inclusive approach to locating missing children and their burial sites at a specific residential school
◦gathering local knowledge or conducting local research about missing children and the location of burials at a specific residential school
◦developing plans and proposals for unmarked or known cemeteries and burials at a specific residential school

memorialization or commemoration:
◦identifying burial site memorialization initiatives including installation or restoration of grave markers, landscaping, placement of small monuments or other activities (such as healing gardens and places for contemplation)
◦organizing commemorative events for cemeteries, unmarked graves left undisturbed and honouring Survivors

bringing children home by:
◦locating and assessing (such as surveying, archaeological work) burial locations
◦relocating individuals from burial sites to final resting places
◦holding homecoming ceremonies and other activities (such as community feasts, healing circles)
Dementia Community Investment https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/funding-opportunities/grant-contribution-funding-opportunities/call-2024-letter-intent-dementia-community-investment.html#a8
  • Health and Healing >> Disability Services
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Funding Federal
Description:
Launched in 2018, the Dementia Community Investment funds community-based projects that seek to:

Optimize the health and wellbeing of people living with dementia (PLWD) and family/friend caregivers; and/or
Increase knowledge of dementia and risk and protective factors.
Projects could, for example, provide PLWD and family/friend caregivers with opportunities to gain knowledge, resources, and skills. Projects that do not directly benefit PLWD and family/friend caregivers will not be considered for funding.

The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is pleased to invite organizations to submit Letters of Intent (LOIs) for projects that address the objectives and priorities of the 2024 Dementia Community Investment solicitation (see Section on Objectives).
Dementia Community Investment https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/funding-opportunities/grant-contribution-funding-opportunities/call-2024-letter-intent-dementia-community-investment.html#a8
  • Health and Healing >> Disability Services
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Funding Federal
Description:
Launched in 2018, the Dementia Community Investment funds community-based projects that seek to:

Optimize the health and wellbeing of people living with dementia (PLWD) and family/friend caregivers; and/or
Increase knowledge of dementia and risk and protective factors.
Projects could, for example, provide PLWD and family/friend caregivers with opportunities to gain knowledge, resources, and skills. Projects that do not directly benefit PLWD and family/friend caregivers will not be considered for funding.

The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is pleased to invite organizations to submit Letters of Intent (LOIs) for projects that address the objectives and priorities of the 2024 Dementia Community Investment solicitation (see Section on Objectives).
Enabling Accessibility Fund https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/funding/enabling-accessibility-fund-small-projects.html
  • Health and Healing >> Disability Services
  • Infrastructure >> Projects
Funding Federal
Description:
This funding opportunity aims to make communities and workplaces across Canada more accessible for persons with disabilities. It will fund projects that create more opportunities for persons with disabilities to take part in community activities, programs and services, and access employment.
Enabling Accessibility Fund – Youth Innovation Component - funding program https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/funding/enabling-accessibility-fund-youth-innovation.html
  • Health and Healing >> Disability Services
  • Youth >> Funding
Funding Federal
Description:
We are looking for young Canadians to help make Canada more accessible for persons with disabilities.

The Enabling Accessibility Fund (EAF) is looking for dynamic youth who want to demonstrate leadership and a commitment to their communities. Through this process, youth volunteer their time to build a more accessible Canada.
Events — Multiculturalism and Anti-Racism Program https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/services/funding/multiculturalism-anti-racism/events.html
  • Community Development >> Community Engagement Tools
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
  • Reconciliation >> Healing
Funding Federal
Description:
In recognition of the United Nations International Decade for People of African Descent, the Multiculturalism and Anti-Racism Program (MARP) will include a new priority in its Events component: celebrations and events that recognize the history, culture, accomplishments, contributions and future of Black Canadians and their communities.

Also, in alignment with the ongoing efforts to combat systemic racism and promote inclusivity, a new priority on combatting anti-Asian racism has been established for the Events component. This priority will specifically focus on anti-Asian racism initiatives that aim to raise awareness, foster understanding, and honour the contributions of Asian Canadians to our diverse society. The objective is to promote inclusion and unity, while empowering communities to stand against racism in all its forms.

In addition, $3 million has been set aside for another new priority, Building Community Resilience. This call to action seeks to empower communities by facilitating events and initiatives that strengthen connections, foster unity, build resilience, and establish a national network of best practices. The ultimate objective is to inspire and catalyze local grassroots initiatives that build bridges and unite Canadians.

To be eligible for funding your event must meet all of the following requirements:

establish concrete opportunities for positive interaction among cultural, religious or ethnocultural communities
demonstrate involvement of more than one single cultural, religious or ethnocultural community or target a single cultural community and provide opportunities to engage with and foster pride in the community’s history, culture and/or identity, such as heritage months recognized by Parliament
help foster intercultural or interfaith understanding
be open to and intended for the general public
Family Violence Prevention Program https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1100100035253/1533304683142
  • Community Development >> Community Engagement Tools
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Funding Federal
Description:
The Family Violence Prevention Program (FVPP) funds the operations of emergency shelters and transitional (second stage) housing to improve the safety and security of Indigenous women, children, families and 2SLGBTQI+ people across Canada, including in the North and in urban centres. FVPP also provides funding for community-driven service delivery projects for family violence prevention activities.
Family Violence Prevention Program https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1100100035253/1533304683142
  • Community Development >> Community Engagement Tools
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Funding Federal
Description:
The Family Violence Prevention Program (FVPP) funds the operations of emergency shelters and transitional (second stage) housing to improve the safety and security of Indigenous women, children, families and 2SLGBTQI+ people across Canada, including in the North and in urban centres. FVPP also provides funding for community-driven service delivery projects for family violence prevention activities.
Fund for Gender Equality- United Nations https://www.unwomen.org/en/trust-funds/fund-for-gender-equality
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Funding International
Description:
Fund for marginalized women (i.e. Indigenous)
Health Facilities Program https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1613078660618/1613078697574#sec2
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
  • Infrastructure >> Projects
Funding Federal
Description:
The Health Facilities Program provides funding to support:

planning
construction
expansion
renovation
maintenance
management of community health facilities.
These activities provide First Nations, Inuit and ISC-employed healthcare staff the space required to safely and efficiently deliver health care programs and services in First Nations and Inuit communities.

The types of health infrastructure supported under this program include health services buildings, addictions treatment centres, Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve spaces and residences for healthcare professionals. The nature of the health infrastructure required by a community is assessed based on a number of factors:

the types of health programs and services being delivered in the community
the number and type of health professionals providing such services
population size
the proximity of the community to provincial, territorial or other community health services
The majority of health facilities funded through the program are First Nations health facilities serving First Nations individuals and families living on or near reserves.

The program supports First Nations communities in assuming greater control over their health facilities planning, for example, through the use of community health plans, including operational plans to support health services delivery. The long-term goal of the program is to transfer control over the planning, design and delivery of health infrastructure programs and services to Indigenous organizations and institutions.
High-Cost Special Education Program https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1100100033697/1531317695726
  • Education and Employment >> Primary and Secondary Education
  • Health and Healing >> Disability Services
Funding Federal
Description:
ISC supports First Nations students' special education needs through 2 programs:
•the Elementary and Secondary Education Program funds special education services for First Nations students identified as having mild to profound learning disabilities. Funding is provided for programming, remedial instruction, clinical services and resource teacher staffing
•the High-Cost Special Education Program funds additional services for high-cost special education students assessed with moderate to profound learning disabilities. Funding is provided for direct service support in the form of personnel, adaptive materials and resource services
Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund (IPRF) https://www.iprfund.ca/EN/How%20To%20Apply/application
  • Art, Culture & Language >> Traditional Arts
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
  • Reconciliation >> Healing
Funding Non-Profit
Description:
The Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund offers support to Indigenous-led organizations and communities. While IPRF sees trends of the pandemic easing, its effects are not yet eradicated. Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund offers support to Indigenous-led organizations leading projects at the community level. Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund will support Indigenous-led projects serving Indigenous Peoples.
Institute of Aboriginal Peoples' Health - Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) http://www.cihr.gc.ca/e/193.html
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Funding Non-Profit
Description:
Lists upcoming grant funding opportunities in health research - community-based research grants are occasionally available.
Inuit Child First Initiative https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1536348095773/1536348148664
  • Health and Healing >> Addictions
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Funding Federal
Description:
The Inuit Child First Initiative ensures Inuit children have access to the essential government funded health, social and educational products, services and supports they need, when they need them.

Health
wheelchair ramps
addiction services
cultural services from Elders
mental health counseling
assessments and screenings
medical supplies and equipment
therapeutic services (speech therapy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy)

Social
land-based activities
specialized summer camps
respite care programs based on cultural beliefs and practices

Educational
tutoring services
educational assistants
specialized school transportation
psycho-educational assessments
assistive technologies and electronics
Inuit Child First Initiative https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1536348095773/1536348148664
  • Health and Healing >> Addictions
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Funding Federal
Description:
The Inuit Child First Initiative ensures Inuit children have access to the essential government funded health, social and educational products, services and supports they need, when they need them.

Health
wheelchair ramps
addiction services
cultural services from Elders
mental health counseling
assessments and screenings
medical supplies and equipment
therapeutic services (speech therapy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy)

Social
land-based activities
specialized summer camps
respite care programs based on cultural beliefs and practices

Educational
tutoring services
educational assistants
specialized school transportation
psycho-educational assessments
assistive technologies and electronics
Resource Website Category >> Sub Category Type Provider
Inuit Child First Initiative https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1536348095773/1536348148664
  • Health and Healing >> Addictions
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Funding Federal
Description:
The Inuit Child First Initiative ensures Inuit children have access to the essential government funded health, social and educational products, services and supports they need, when they need them.

Health
wheelchair ramps
addiction services
cultural services from Elders
mental health counseling
assessments and screenings
medical supplies and equipment
therapeutic services (speech therapy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy)

Social
land-based activities
specialized summer camps
respite care programs based on cultural beliefs and practices

Educational
tutoring services
educational assistants
specialized school transportation
psycho-educational assessments
assistive technologies and electronics
ISC- Family Violence Prevention Program https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1100100035253/1533304683142
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Funding Federal
Description:
The Family Violence Prevention Program (FVPP) supports the day-to-day operations of 41 shelters and provides funding for community-driven proposals for family violence prevention projects on and off reserve.
Jordan's Principle and First Nations child and family services https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1644603745673/1644603776364
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Funding Indigenous Resource / Federal
Description:
Funding to buy or build capital assets which support the delivery of First Nations child and family services and services under Jordan's Principle.
Manitoba Health Palliative Care https://www.gov.mb.ca/health/pcdap/index.html
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Funding Provincial
Description:
The cost of all eligible prescription drugs are covered through this program
Nike N7 Fund http://niken7.com/n7-fund/
  • Health and Healing >> Nutrition and Exercise
Funding Corporate
Description:
Provides grants to aboriginal communities for youth sports and physical activity initiatives
Pharmacare- Government of Manitoba https://www.gov.mb.ca/health/pharmacare/
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Funding Provincial
Description:
Prescription Drug program to help cover the cost of prescription drugs for manitobans
Support for the Wellbeing of Families and Survivors of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and 2SLGBTQQIA+ People Contribution Program https://www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1628876390606/1628876426679
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Funding Federal
Description:
support for individual survivors, families or communities of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQI+ people to hold celebrations of life and legacy, such as, but not limited to:
memorial feasts or events
celebrations of life and legacy
healing gatherings
establishing items of commemoration
provision of resources, whether written, online or in person, to assist in the navigation of supports
activities that include supports for children and youth related to missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQI+ people
resource centres or navigators to assist family members and survivors in accessing the culturally relevant supports that are available to them. This may include projects that contribute to sustained, reliable and accessible support, including within the context of immediate crises, such as when a family member is missing
Selected eligible projects will be funded based on the need demonstrated in the proposal application.
TELUS Indigenous Communities Fund https://www.telus.com/en/social-impact/giving-back/community-grants/indigenous-communities-fund
  • Community Development >> Project Management
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Funding Corporate
Description:
The TELUS Indigenous Communities Fund offers grants up to $50,000 for Indigenous-led social, health and community programs.
The Catherine Donnelly Foundation https://catherinedonnellyfoundation.org/granting/process
  • Education and Employment >> Training
  • Environment and Lands >> Environmental Projects
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Funding Charity
Description:
The Foundation strives to transform the lives of the underserved by supporting initiatives in the areas of access to housing, the environment, and civic engagement for social change. We achieve this by funding, ethical investing and collaborating with organizations across Canada. The Catherine Donnelly Foundation Board currently reviews grant application requests twice yearly to determine successful applications based on the recommendations of its committees.

Please note that the grant application process takes approximately eight weeks from the invited application deadline until board review and approval for all three areas of focus (Civic Engagement for Social Change, Environment, and Housing).

The Catherine Donnelly Foundation will not consider funding the following:

Retroactive funding
Fundraising campaigns
Operating deficits
Projects outside of Canada
Emergency appeals
Purely commercial recordings or film projects


Potential applicants are strongly advised to contact the Foundation office prior to submitting a Letter of Inquiry.
The Intersectoral Action Fund https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/funding-opportunities/grant-contribution-funding-opportunities/call-for-applications-intersectoral-action-fund.html
  • Community Safety >> Programs
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Funding Federal
Description:
The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is inviting eligible organizations to apply to the Intersectoral Action Fund (“the Fund”) for funding to support intersectoral policy action on the social determinants of health and community resilience.
Women's and Gender Program funding https://cfc-swc.gc.ca/fun-fin/cp-ap-en.html
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Funding Federal
Description:
A fund to lead to stronger communities by empowering women
13 Moons Harm Reductive Initiative http://www.icad-cisd.com/pdf/Publications/13-moons-promising-practice.pdf
  • Health and Healing >> Addictions
  • Youth >> Positive Development Services
Service Organization
Description:
A program that uses culture to help aboriginal youth get off drugs
Aboriginal Health & Wellness of Winnipeg http://ahwc.ca
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Organization
Description:
Following the vision of the Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre, the clinic provides resources that enable individuals to attain or maintain the balance in their lifestyle that is necessary for health. The clinic is committed to offering traditional and/or contemporary healing practices to meet the needs of the urban Aboriginal community. English only.
Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre of Winnipeg http://ahwc.ca/abinotci/
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Organization
Description:
Helps parents with children 0-6 with counselling, traditional resources, parenting workshops and getting treatment for drugs and alcohol.
Can also help with personal safety, income security, housing and family planning issues
Aboriginal Peoples with Disabilities Program- CAHRD http://cahrd.org/employment-services/apwdp/
  • Health and Healing >> Disability Services
Service Organization
Description:
Has many services for aboriginal people with disabilities such as: Counselling, a support group, referrals to employment or training services and programs, assistance with identifying employment goals and job preparation and resume assistance
Addictions Foundation of Manitoba https://afm.mb.ca/
  • Health and Healing >> Addictions
Service Organization
Description:
Has training and workshops as well as addictions services for families, youth, adults.
Also an addictions education resource
Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs: Patient Advocacy Unit https://manitobachiefs.com/policy-sectors/patient-advocate-unit/
  • Health and Healing >> Disease and Health Care Resources
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
Provides services to the Indigenous peoples of Manitoba such as assistance with medical coverage/appeals, transportation for medical reasons, accessing your medical records, and many more.
Aurora Family Therapy Centre http://aurorafamilytherapy.com/
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Organization
Description:
Provides counselling services (Family, individual, couples)
Baby & Me http://cpnp-pcnp.phac-aspc.gc.ca/en/project-details?project=26
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Organization
Description:
Baby & Me is a program located in Manitoba that provides a wide range of services to Indigenous parents.
Benefits Information - Non-Insured Health Benefits https://www.canada.ca/en/indigenous-services-canada/services/first-nations-inuit-health/non-insured-health-benefits/benefits-information.html
  • Health and Healing >> Disease and Health Care Resources
Service Federal
Description:
The Non-Insured Health Benefits Program provides eligible First Nations and Inuit with coverage for a specified range of medically necessary health-related goods and services when not covered through private insurance plans or provincial/territorial health and social programs.
Resource Website Category >> Sub Category Type Provider
Blue Water Mobile Prenatal Team http://cpnp-pcnp.phac-aspc.gc.ca/en/project-details?project=323
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Organization
Description:
This team provides services such as help with breastfeeding, nutrition consultation/education on prenatal nutrition and pre/postnatal information/support to Indigenous families in Pine Falls, Manitoba.
Bravestone Centre http://bravestonecentre.ca/
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Service Organization
Description:
Counselling, housing and support programs for women and children of domestic violence
Canadian Association of Suicide Prevention https://suicideprevention.ca/
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Service Organization
Description:
Provides education on suicide, training workshops, and information on how to prevent suicide within communities.
Canadian Feed the Children https://canadianfeedthechildren.ca/where/canada
  • Health and Healing >> Nutrition and Exercise
  • Youth >> Recreation and Programs
Service Charity
Description:
Canadian Feed The Children: Food Security Programs
"We work in partnership with Indigenous communities to support community-led food security. These initiatives help reduce childhood hunger by increasing access to good food and traditional food practices, and by encouraging healthy eating."
Centre for Suicide Prevention - Walk With Me https://www.suicideinfo.ca/workshop/walk-with-me
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Service Non-Profit
Description:
Workshops on suicide prevention, including one for indigenous caregivers.
Cerebral Palsy Association of Manitoba http://www.cerebralpalsy.mb.ca/links.htm
  • Health and Healing >> Disability Services
Service Organization
Description:
List of a wide range of disbaility services in Manitoba
Children's Disability Services https://www.gov.mb.ca/fs/cds/index.html
  • Health and Healing >> Disability Services
Service Provincial
Description:
Resources and supports for parents caring for a child with a disability.
Community Living Disability Services https://www.gov.mb.ca/fs/pwd/supported_living.html
  • Health and Healing >> Disability Services
Service Provincial
Description:
Services for adults with disabilities.
Community Workshops- National Association of Friendship Centres https://newjourneys.ca/en/articles/program-funding-opportunity-community-workshops
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
Community workshops to help reduce violence and strengthen bonds
Crisis Services Canada http://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Service Organization
Description:
This is a resource for suicide prevention and support. This link provides the options to call, chat online, or text if in crisis, as well as information on suicide and how to handle it.
Dental Clinic- University of Manitoba https://umanitoba.ca/faculties/health_sciences/dentistry/oralcare/1067.html#about
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Service University / College
Description:
Low cost dental clinic
A teaching clinic for dental students under the supervision of supervisors
EAGLE Urban Transition Centre http://eagleutc.com/
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
An organization supported by the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs helping Indigenous peoples through various programs such as the New Beginnings Program, the Fresh Start Program, and the Eagles Nest Program.
Eagle Urban Transition House https://eagleutc.com
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
The primary goal of the E.A.G.L.E. Urban Transition Centre (EUTC) is to assist First Nation and Métis people with transitioning into an urban centre and to assist with accessing the appropriate resources to become independent. English only. Phone: 204-954-3050
Family Dynamics http://www.familydynamics.ca/
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Organization
Description:
Organization with counselling, family resources, parent coaches, in home parent support and much more.
First Nations Health Authority: Children's Oral Health Initiate (COHI) http://www.fnha.ca/what-we-do/maternal-child-and-family-health/childrens-oral-health-initiative
  • Health and Healing >> Pregnancy and Prenatal Resources
Service Indigenous Resource / Federal
Description:
Helps with dental health and the prevention of disease in 3 main categories:
Pregnant women and primary caregivers;
Pre-school children, 0-4 years of age; and
School children, 5-7 years of age.
Futures https://marymound.com/marymound-north-in-thompson
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Organization
Description:
Futures is a program, located in Thompson, which provides services such as breastfeeding help, drop-in activities, family and social support, home visits, nutrition consultation/education & Prenatal Nutrition, outreach activities, and pre/postnatal information/support to Indigenous families.
Healthy Child Manitoba http://www.gov.mb.ca/healthychild/
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Provincial
Description:
This provincial page has a long list of resources, programs, guides, etc. on parent and child health.
Healthy Start for Mom & Me http://www.hsmm.ca
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Organization
Description:
This organization has 9 locations across Winnipeg all with their own outreach worker, dietician, and public health nurse. There is the option to drop-in or join the program.
Home Dental Care Program- Univeristy of Manitoba http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/health_sciences/dentistry/ccoh/home-dental-care.html
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Service University / College
Description:
Have mobile dental vans for visiting long term care homes, the residences of homebound individuals and hospitals
Possibility for visiting First Nations
Hope for Wellness https://www.hopeforwellness.ca
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Service Non-Profit
Description:
The Hope for Wellness Helpline is available to all Indigenous people across Canada. Experienced and culturally competent counsellors are reachable by telephone and online ‘chat’ 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Both telephone and online chat services are available in English and French. Telephone support is also available upon request in:

Cree;
Ojibway (Anishinaabemowin);
Inuktitut.
(Note: Supports in Cree, Ojibway, and Inuktitut are not available 24/7, so you may need to call in to find out the next time that a language-speaker will be available.)
Resource Website Category >> Sub Category Type Provider
Ikwe Widdjiitiwin http://www.ikwe.ca/Programs.page
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
For women and their children facing partner and family violence
Has resources such as a crisis line, 30 day shelter program, a children's program, interim housing program and outreach services.
Ikwe-Widdjiitiwin Inc. (“women helping women”) http://www.ikwe.ca/Programs.page
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
To Support Aboriginal women and their children end family violence, by offering shelter during crisis and nurturing hope, change and empowerment for tomorrow. English only. Phone: 1-877-977-0007
In a Good Way Community Kitchen http://cpnp-pcnp.phac-aspc.gc.ca/en/project-details?project=28
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Organization
Description:
This Organization is located in Brandon, Manitoba, and provides services such as breastfeeding help, collective food preparation and/or purchasing, nutrition consultation/education & prenatal nutrition, and pre/postnatal information/support.
Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.- Medicine Bear Counselling, Support and Elder Services https://www.kanikanichihk.ca/medicine-bear
  • Health and Healing >> Grief Resources
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
Provide counselling, support, advocacy, traditional ceremonies and teachings, workshops and training to families of missing and murdered indigenous women
Also has support for those within the Justice System and Child and Family Services
Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.- The Heart Medicine Lodge http://www.kanikanichihk.ca/programs/heart-medicine-lodge/
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
Drop ins with women who have similar experiences, sharing circles, monthly talks with guest speakers, advocacy, traditional ceremonies, elder support and counselling
Manitoba Prenatal Benefit https://www.gov.mb.ca/healthychild/healthybaby/mpb.html
  • Health and Healing >> Pregnancy and Prenatal Resources
Service Provincial
Description:
Information about what the benefit provides, who qualifies, and how to apply.
MAPS (Men are part of the Solution) https://menarepartofthesolution.com
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Service Organization
Description:
Created to help stop domestic violence of women and children
Provides group counselling and individual counselling as well as other resources
Mental Health Commission of Canada https://mentalhealthcommission.ca/what-we-do/first-nations-inuit-and-metis
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Service Organization
Description:
List of resources for training and toolkits as well as outlines and goals for each program that is in progress.
Mental Health Services for Children, Youth and Families http://www.matc.ca/
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Service Organization
Description:
Provides mental health services for children, youth and Families
Mino-Pimatiziiwin Program https://ahwc.ca/mino-pimatiziiwin-mens-healthy-living-program
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Organization
Description:
The Mino-Pimatiziiwin Program is dedicated for men and offered by the Aboriginal Health and Wellness of Winnipeg. This program is focused on providing services to Indigenous men who are attempting to make positive lifestyle changes in their lives as role models within the family unit and as agents of change within the community. English only.
Momentum Centre- Community reintegration https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/cntrng-crm/crm-prvntn/nvntr/dtls-en.aspx?i=10155
  • Health and Healing >> Addictions
Service Federal
Description:
The Momentum Community Reintegration Program will bridge the gap between the substance abuse healing and recovery program of the Winding River Therapeutic Community at the Headingly Correction Centre and the challenges of re-entry into the community life. `
Mount Carmel Clinic https://www.mountcarmel.ca/how-we-help/primary-health
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Service Non-Profit
Description:
Have many health services such as aboriginal health and wellness, child, dental, general health, hepatitis C clinic, homelessness/harm reduction,immigrant/refugee, LGBT, mental health, Pregnancy/Parenting, reproductive/sexual health and youth.
Native Addictions Council of Manitoba https://nacm.ca/programs-services
  • Health and Healing >> Addictions
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
Offers outreach programs and a residential treatment program for indigenous people dealing with addiction
North End Women's Centre https://newcentre.org/addictions-sexual-exploitation-recovery-programming
  • Health and Healing >> Addictions
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
Aboriginal women's addictions recovery program
North End Women's Centre https://newcentre.org/counselling
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
Counselling Services for women over 18
North Point Douglas Women's Centre http://www.northpointdouglaswomenscentre.org/
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Service Organization
Description:
Safe place to address all forms of violence against women
Has drop in services as well as programs
Northern and Indigenous Health https://www.cfhi-fcass.ca/WhatWeDo/indigenous-health
  • Health and Healing >> Disease and Health Care Resources
Service Organization
Description:
Resources to improve Indigenous health.
Reason to Live https://reasontolive.ca
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Service Non-Profit
Description:
Many people struggle with suicidal thoughts or behaviours, but that does not mean you have to act on them. No concern is too small, and no problem is too big. Suicide is not the answer and you are not alone. Call us. 1-877-435-7170
Renaissance Centre inc. https://www.renaissancecentre.ca
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Organization
Description:
Services
Anger management, Abuse, Burnout, Elderly counselling, Family counselling, Parenting counselling, Grief counselling, Mediation, Retirement issues, Personal Growth, Interpersonal problems, Divorce/separation, Stress management, Victims of crime, Suicide counselling, Crisis intervention, Post-trauma intervention, Family mediation, Violence issues, Workplace issues, Couple therapy
Depression, Anxiety, Treatment for school problems, Treatment for victim of sexual abuse, Treatment for incest victims, Late childhood disorders (5-12), Early childhood disorders (0-5), Adolescent disorders (12-18), Adjustment disorders, Mood disorders and Behavioural disorders
Spence Neighborhood Association https://spenceneighbourhood.org
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Organization
Description:
We engage the people of Spence with community-led initiatives, networks of support and meaningful opportunities.
Resource Website Category >> Sub Category Type Provider
Strengthening Families Program (SFP) http://www.strengtheningfamiliesprogram.org
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Organization
Description:
Centered on conflict resolution; counseling and social work; family therapy; leadership and youth development; mentoring - tutoring; parent training; skills training; social emotional learning; and substance prevention/treatment.
Tamarack Recovery Centre http://tamarackrecovery.org/
  • Health and Healing >> Addictions
Service Non-Profit
Description:
Recovery Centre in Winnipeg for addictions
The Mikaaming Mino Pimatiziwin Family Treatment Centre https://www.sagkeengfamilytreatment.ca
  • Health and Healing >> Addictions
Service Organization
Description:
A family addictions treatment centre that uses traditional healing and culture in the healing process
The Trevor Project https://www.thetrevorproject.org
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Service Non-Profit
Description:
Our trained counselors are here to support you 24/7. If you are a young person in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of a safe and judgment-free place to talk, call the TrevorLifeline now at 1-866-488-7386.
Toba Centre for Children https://tobacentre.ca
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Service Organization
Description:
Children's Advocacy Centre
Centre for children that were abused
Provides support during child abuse investigations
Two Ten Recovery Inc. http://www.twotenrecovery.org/
  • Health and Healing >> Addictions
Service Organization
Description:
Recovery program in Winnipeg for addictions
Works with the 12 step program
Wa-Say Healing Centre http://wa-say.com
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
Way-Say Healing Centre primarily assists former Indian Residential Schools (IRS) students and their families in accessing appropriate levels of emotional health and wellness support services. They provide holistic health and wellness services and programs to persons of all nations. These include, but are not limited to, mental, spiritual, emotional, and physical well-being. English only.
West Region Child & Family Services (WRCFS) https://www.southernnetwork.org/site/agency-west-region-child-family-services
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Service Indigenous Resource
Description:
This organization serves First Nation children and family by delivering a full range of services for them to nurture, love and respect their children.
Women's Safe Haven https://mb.211.ca/detail/50664352
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Service Organization
Description:
Shelter for single women and women with children
WRHA: The Aboriginal Traditional Wellness Clinic https://wrha.mb.ca/indigenous-health/patient-services/spiritual-cultural-care
  • Health and Healing >> Disease and Health Care Resources
Service Organization
Description:
Traditional healing health services
A Parent's Guide to Vaccination https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/publications/healthy-living/parent-guide-vaccination.html?source=hcwb
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Tools & Information Federal
Description:
This guide has immunization schedules for the continued health of children
Aboriginal Men's Anti-Violence Campaign https://www.gov.mb.ca/stoptheviolence/amavc.html
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Tools & Information Provincial
Description:
Posters and information on the government of manitoba's aboriginal Men's Anti violence Campaign
Anish Corporation https://www.anishcorp.ca
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Anish Corporation is a non-profit organization. Their head office is located on the Swan Lake First Nation urban reserve in Headingley, Manitoba. Anish Corporation delivers culturally appropriate health & wellness related programs and services to primarily Indigenous people regardless of residence, sex, gender, and sexual orientation. Their work includes advancing gender equality for Indigenous women in Manitoba. ​
Building Capacity in Health https://www.indigenoushealthnh.ca/initiatives/building-capacity
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Training, mentoring, resources and tools to improve communities health initiatives
Bullying Prevention https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/bullying.html
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Tools & Information Federal
Description:
Find information on how to recognize and prevent bullying. Also learn about bullying prevention programs.
Canada Benefits Finder https://benefitsfinder.services.gc.ca/hm?GoCTemplateCulture=en-CA
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Tools & Information Federal
Description:
The Canada Benefits Finder is a tool that can help you find Benefits and Services that you may be eligible to receive. It asks a few questions and uses your answers to search. It does not collect or track your information.
Disability Supports for First Nations People Living On-Reserve- Government of Manitoba https://www.gov.mb.ca/fs/imd/disabilitysupports_fnations.html
  • Health and Healing >> Disability Services
Tools & Information Provincial
Description:
List of organizations that have information on programs for First Nations people with diabilities living on reserve
Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide - First Nations, Inuit and Métis https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/food-nutrition/reports-publications/eating-well-canada-food-guide-first-nations-inuit-metis.html
  • Health and Healing >> Nutrition and Exercise
Tools & Information Federal
Description:
Canada's Food Guide for aboriginal people
Federal Indian Day Schools health support services https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1594067962949/1594068284591
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Tools & Information Federal
Description:
Find health support services for individuals affected by the trauma associated with their attendance at an historic Federal Indian Day School.

Mental health counselling
Emotional support
Cultural supports
Transportation
Federal Indian Day Schools health support services https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1594067962949/1594068284591
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Tools & Information Federal
Description:
Find health support services for individuals affected by the trauma associated with their attendance at an historic Federal Indian Day School.

Mental health counselling
Emotional support
Cultural supports
Transportation
Resource Website Category >> Sub Category Type Provider
First Nations Health Council https://508216-1613539-raikfcquaxqncofqfm.stackpathdns.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/GWX_Guidebook-2ndEd_FNL-Feb-2020.pdf
  • Health and Healing >> Disease and Health Care Resources
Tools & Information Organization
Description:
Reclaiming our connections pdf
First Nations Health Council https://fnhc.ca
  • Health and Healing >> Nutrition and Exercise
Tools & Information Organization
Description:
FNHC representation is regionally-driven. Our 15-member Council includes three representatives appointed from each of BC's five regions who support First Nations in achieving their health priorities and objectives.
Food Policy of Canada https://agriculture.canada.ca/en/department/initiatives/food-policy/food-policy-canada
  • Health and Healing >> Nutrition and Exercise
Tools & Information Federal
Description:
All people in Canada are able to access a sufficient amount of safe, nutritious, and culturally diverse food. Canada’s food system is resilient and innovative, sustains our environment and supports our economy.

The Government is investing $134.4M in new funding over five years to help make this vision a reality.
Get Your Benefits Manitoba Tool https://www.gov.mb.ca/health/primarycare/providers/getyourbenefits.html
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Tools & Information Provincial
Description:
Get Your Benefits

Income is a powerful determinant of health. Family physicians and other care providers have key roles to play in addressing poverty as a risk to their patients' health, due to their close relationships with their patients and their ability to access resources to improve patients' health.
The tools on this website have been adapted for use in Manitoba by a group of interested physicians and health care providers and to assist primary care providers and teams to integrate this approach into their practice.
Health and Safety - Kitatipithitamak Mithwayawin https://covid19indigenous.ca/resources/health-safety
  • Health and Healing >> Disease and Health Care Resources
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
It offers information about the symptoms of Covid-19 and provides contact information on provincial health authorities across Canada.
Healthy Baby- Government of Manitoba https://www.gov.mb.ca/healthychild/healthybaby/
  • Health and Healing >> Pregnancy and Prenatal Resources
Tools & Information Provincial
Description:
Information on Manitoba prenatal benefit and other pregnancy and baby resources
Kitatipithitamack Mithwayawin https://covid19indigenous.ca
  • Health and Healing >> Disease and Health Care Resources
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
An indigenous lead resource for the Covid-19 Pandemic. Shaped by 11 indigenous partner organizations, they aim to develop innovative and culturally appropriate countermeasures to the Covid-19 pandemic and future pandemics.
Legacy of Hope Foundation http://legacyofhope.ca
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
  • Reconciliation >> Healing
Tools & Information Foundation
Description:
Education and resources to fund and aid Indigenous communities in healing and building their communities.
Manitoba Aboriginal Head Start Urban and Northern Communities https://www.mbaboriginalheadstart.ca/
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Tools & Information Organization
Description:
The program includes culture and language, education, health promotion, nutrition, social support and parental and family involvement.
Manitoba First Nations and Metis Parenting Booklets https://www.gov.mb.ca/healthychild/publications/firstnationsmetis-parentresources/index.html
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Tools & Information Provincial
Description:
Online parenting books for First Nations and Metis families
Manitoba Parent Zone http://www.manitobaparentzone.ca/becoming-a-parent/birth/parenting-resources.html
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Tools & Information Organization
Description:
List of Parenting resources available
Mental Health and Wellness in First Nations and Inuit Communities https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1576089278958/1576089333975
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Tools & Information Federal
Description:
Understand positive mental health and the factors that can influence it. Access programs and services to improve your mental health and help prevent suicide in Indigenous communities.
Mental Health Crisis and Non-Crisis Regional Contacts https://www.gov.mb.ca/health/mh/crisis.html
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Tools & Information Provincial
Description:
A list of regional mental health contacts in Manitoba
National Aboriginal Council of Midwives http://www.nacmtoolkit.ca/indigenous-knowledge-and-governance-of-maternal-health/
  • Health and Healing >> Pregnancy and Prenatal Resources
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
This organization has toolkits, workshop ideas, and guidelines for establishing midwifery practices in your community.
National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health https://www.ccnsa-nccah.ca/en
  • Governance and Capacity Development >> Capacity Development
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Tools & Information Non-Profit
Description:
The NCCAH supports First Nations, Inuit, and Métis public health renewal and health equity through knowledge translation and exchange.
They have various publications on the health trends and the research done to improve Indigenous health.
Ontario Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance - Toolkit to Healthier Communities: Influencing Healthy Public Policies http://www.healthyllg.org/_resources/OCDPA_HCHandbook.pdf
  • Health and Healing >> Disease and Health Care Resources
Tools & Information Provincial
Description:
Toolkit to create healthier communities
Includes Instructions on Policy development
Pathways to healing: A mental health toolkit for First Nations people http://www.shared-care.ca/files/EN_PathwaystoHealing.pdf
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Tools & Information Organization
Description:
A mental health toolkit for First Nations People.
Resources for Communities Considering Investigating Unmarked Graves https://canadianarchaeology.com/caa/resources-indigenous-communities-considering-investigating-unmarked-graves
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
  • Reconciliation >> Healing
Tools & Information Organization
Description:
Canadian Archeological Association provides some information about how these technologies are used in locating unmarked grave sites. Contact information given if you have more questions.
Resources for Reconciliation https://www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1400782178444/1529183710887
  • Health and Healing >> Grief Resources
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
  • Reconciliation >> Information
Tools & Information Federal
Description:
Various resources for Reconciliation and Healing. Links for information on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Further resources for Sixties Scoop and Residential school survivors.
Resources for Reconciliation https://www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1400782178444/1529183710887
  • Health and Healing >> Grief Resources
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
  • Reconciliation >> Information
Tools & Information Federal
Description:
Various resources for Reconciliation and Healing. Links for information on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Further resources for Sixties Scoop and Residential school survivors.
Resource Website Category >> Sub Category Type Provider
Southern Chiefs Organization Inc. http://scoinc.mb.ca/programs/health
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Health resources. Wellness Plans. Health Research and engagement. Mental health supports.
Suicide Prevention: Warning Signs and How to Help https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/suicide-prevention/warning-signs.html
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Tools & Information Federal
Description:
It's important to get help if you or someone you know is going through a crisis or thinking about suicide. You're not alone. Learn about the resources available to you.
The Conditions of Sustainable Food Security: An Integrated Conceptual Framework http://caid.ca/JIACH2003v1n2p88.pdf
  • Health and Healing >> Nutrition and Exercise
Tools & Information Organization
Description:
Assesses food security as a determinant of health
The Influence of Governance on Organizations - Experiences of Improving Care for Aboriginal People: Decolonizing Possibilities https://journalindigenouswellbeing.co.nz/volume-6-1-spring-2008/the-influence-of-governance-on-organizations%E2%80%99-experiences-of-improving-care-for-aboriginal-people-decolonizing-possibilities
  • Governance and Capacity Development >> Governance
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Paper on the influence of governance on community health care
The Sturgeon Lake Community Experience: A Journey Toward Empowerment https://www.scribd.com/document/7702713/The-Sturgeon-Lake-Journey-Toward-Empowerment
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Tools & Information Indigenous Resource
Description:
Success Story of First Nation Health and wellness
Triple P - Positive Parenting Program https://www.triplep-parenting.ca/can-en/triple-p
  • Health and Healing >> Family and Child Health
Tools & Information Provincial
Description:
This parenting program provides strategies to manage children's behaviour and build healthy relationships with them
University of Manitoba- Get Your Benefits Booklet http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/health_sciences/medicine/units/chs/benefits/
  • Health and Healing >> Other Programs, Resources and Funding
Tools & Information University / College
Description:
Lists many federal, provincial and regional benefits and programs individuals and families living in Manitoba may be eligible for.
Violence and Abuse Information Toolkit https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/topics/violence-abuse.html
  • Health and Healing >> Violence Prevention and Resources
Tools & Information Federal
Description:
Learn about violence and abuse, its prevention and how to get help if you are being abused. Also access funding for prevention programs.
Winnipeg Reginal Health Authority (WRHA): Indigenous Health https://wrha.mb.ca/indigenous-health
  • Health and Healing >> Disease and Health Care Resources
Tools & Information Organization
Description:
This is a guide that directs Indigenous people in need of health care to resources that can aid them in the process such as interpreters, access to traditional healers, sources for advocacy, and much more.
Wth Child Without Alcohol-Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries https://www.mbll.ca/content/with-child-without-alcohol
  • Health and Healing >> Pregnancy and Prenatal Resources
Tools & Information Organization
Description:
Information on alcohol use during pregnancy and fetal Alcohol Syndrome and how to support someone during an alcohol free pregnancy
Resource guide in French, English, Cree or Ojibway
Young aboriginal Mothers in Winnipeg http://www.pwhce.ca/pdf/YoungAboriginalMothersInWinnipeg.pdf
  • Health and Healing >> Pregnancy and Prenatal Resources
Tools & Information Organization
Description:
Paper on young aborignal mothers in winnipeg along with how to improve programs for them
Aboriginal Training and Consulting http://aboriginaltrainingandconsultingservices.com/home
  • Health and Healing >> Mental Health and Suicide Help
Training & Courses Corporate
Description:
Have workshops for mental illness, drugs and alcohol, and crime prevention
Creative Empowering http://www.creativeempowering.com/
  • Health and Healing >> Grief Resources
Training & Courses Corporate
Description:
Workshops on grief, life coaching, grief counselling for children, community wellness, youth empowerment
Focus on First Nations communities
Grief Edu-Therapy Certification Training https://edutherapysolutions.com/
  • Health and Healing >> Grief Resources
Training & Courses Corporate
Description:
Cognitive Behavioral Process to Grief Resolution
Can be used by grievers and grief staff
Experience working with First Nations communities
Unite Interactive