Parents & Caregivers
Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – 204-944-6200
Adult services are provided to adults 18 years and older who are seeking assistance either due to their own or another’s involvement with alcohol, drugs, and/or gambling.
Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba – 204-925-0600
A charitable, self-help organization offering support and education to those experiencing anxiety related mental health concerns.
Offer a variety of services for people with mental illness and challenges.
Specialists are available to help all Manitobans find the best type of care or service to match their needs by offering service navigation within the mental health and addictions system.
A Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA) online resource for parents with children 5 years of age and under.
Manitoba Parent Line – 1-877-945-4777
From early childhood development to teenage challenges, you’ll find resources and information on the Manitoba Parent Line website or by calling to help you make the best decisions for your family.
Manitoba Schizophrenia Society – 204-786-1616
A consumer-focused, family sensitive mental health self-help organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life for those affected by schizophrenia and psychosis through education, peer support programs, one-on-one consultations, public policy and research.
Mood Disorder Association of Manitoba – 204-786-0987
A self-help organization dedicated to providing support, education and advocacy for those living with mental health illnesses.
Seneca House – 204-237-9263
A charitable organization that provides voluntary programs and services in a community-based setting to adults experiencing mental health concerns.
WRHA Community Mental Health Services – 204-788-8330
Offers a range of community-based programs designed to help adults experiencing mental health problems including assessment, crisis intervention, counseling, consultation, referral, case management, rehabilitation and education services.
WRHA Mobile Crisis Service – 204-940-1781
Assists individuals experiencing a mental health or psychosocial crisis, including persons with a co-occurring mental health/substance use disorders and offers the following services:
- Crisis Intervention
- Mental health assessment and psychosocial assessment
- Telephone consultation and support
- Health education on mental illness
- Coping strategies and preventative techniques
- Liaison and referral to community resources
- Support to family members and other concerned individuals
- Psychiatric consultation and assessment, and
- Short term follow-up.