Winnipeg Outreach Network produces a pocket guide of resources mapped across the city. Download the Fall 2020 WON Resource Guide here.
Download a list of local Housing Providers and Housing Support Services here.
If you are a service provider, you can find COVID-19 Resources for for Winnipeg’s Homeless-Serving Sector here.
865 Main Street
Thrive Resource Centre
555 Spence Street
Union Gospel Mission
320 Princess Street
Men’s clothing 11:30a; 2-4pm; 7p M-F; 2p Sa
240 Pritchard Avenue
Women’s and Children’s clothing 8:30a-4:30p M-F
Wolseley Family Place
222 Furby Street
9:30-11:30a; 1:30-3:30p M-F
Main Street Project
637 Main Street 204-982-8267
24-hour crisis intervention and referral services, emergency shelter, drop-in, transitional housing, intoxicated persons detention, and 10 day social detoxification programs
Salvation Army Centre of Hope
180 Henry Avenue 204-946-9400
Transitional facility and emergency shelter
300 Princess Street 204-956-4344
Emergency shelter and daytime drop-in
Indigenous women’s family violence shelter
204-615-0313 ext. 0.
45 bed shelter providing a safe place for women and their children who have experienced domestic violence
Macdonald Youth Services
175 Mayfair Avenue 204-477-1804.
Overnight shelter for youth 12-21 years old
A & O: Safe Suite Initiative
Temporary housing for individuals and couples 55 years or older who are experiencing abuse or neglect
364 Furby Street 204-783-6369
Provides bagged meals and emergency food bank. 8-10:30a M-F
Holy Trinity Anglican Church
256 Smith Street 204-942-7465
Free snacks to go, 11a–1p Tu
669 Main Street 204-943-9669
Breakfast, lunch and coffee eat-in or to go, 9a-3:30p M-Th; 1-7:30p F
Missionaries of Charity
167 Aikins Street 204-582-2773
Bagged breakfast 9:30am-10:45a M/W/F/Sa
NorWest Co-op Community Food Centre
103-61 Tyndall Avenue 204-615-3117
Take out meals
109 Pulford Street 204-416-2240
Take-out and Eat-in lunch; washrooms, water, toiletries 12:30-3p M-Th
St. Matthews Maryland Community Ministry – West End Commons
365 McGee 204-774-1846
Eat-in and take out meals; washroom, toiletries 1:30-4p M/T/Th/F
Union Gospel Mission
M-F Breakfast 11:30a; supper 7:30p; Drop-in 2-4p with snacks, showers, men’s clothing distribution; Food access 2p Sa
Winnipeg Harvest Food Bank Call Centre
204-982-3660 or appointments@ winnipegharvest.org
Call to book appointment with local food bank; have health card ready. 1 large hamper every 4 weeks with 10-14 days worth of non-perishable items.
HOUSING AND INCOME SUPPORTS
565 Selkirk Avenue 204-691-9716 Provides help with opening a bank account and ID
Community Financial Counselling Services (CFCS)
516-294 Portage Avenue 204-989-1900 / 1-800-573-2383 Financial counselling; virtual/drop-off income tax preparation
103-181 Higgins Avenue (Neeginan Centre) – 204-925-3830.
Service matching as well as intake for individuals experiencing recurrent or chronic homelessness or aging out of CFS care
204-948-4000 weekdays – 204-945-0183 after hours emergency support.
Provincial income assistance program
204-945-2197. Monthly benefit to help low income families and individuals, as well as people receiving income assistance (EIA). 8:30a-4:30p M-F
80 Salter St. 204-927-0045 Provides help with taxes, budgeting, benefits, ID, opening a bank account
Spence Neighbourhood Association
Homelessness Outreach Mentor Call/Text: 204-999-4485/Email: email@example.com; Rental Safety Coordinator Voicemail: 204-783-5000 x107/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 615 Ellice.
Tenant Landlord Cooperation
509 Selkirk Avenue 204-927-2335. A direct advocacy program to help individuals understand their rights and responsibilities on rental issues and help tenants advocate for their rights. 9a-4p M-F
West Central Women’s Resource Centre
640 Ellice Avenue 204-774-8975 For women, by appointment only.
9a-4:30p M/W/F; 12:30-6p T/Th; 9a-12p Sa
Winnipeg Rental Network
www.winnipegrentnet.ca 204-414-8220 Provides a web-based database that makes it easier for people to find affordable rental housing. It is not a housing provider.
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Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council Housing Authority
1311 Portage Avenue 204-988-5377 Provides affordable housing for Aboriginal people in Winnipeg.
95 Ellen Street / 215 Isabel Street 204-943-8765 Transitional housing and essential needs supports for newcomer families.
394 McGregor Street 204-956-5093 Provides affordable housing for Aboriginal people in Winnipeg.
2-352 Donald Street 204-945-4663 Provides subsidized housing and housing for people on social assistance, 8:30a-4:30p M-F
New Journey Housing
200 – 305 Broadway 204) 942-2238 Housing supports for newcomers; appointments preferred 10a-3p M-F
425 Elgin Avenue 204-942-0991 Provides subsidized housing for single persons, families and senior citizens. 8a-4p M-F
Sponsor Managed Social Housing
6-352 Donald Street 204-945-4661 Provides adequate publicly owned rental housing accommodation for individuals and families of low income within their financial capacities. 8:30a-4:30p M-F
Winnipeg Housing Rehabilitation Corporation (WHRC)
60 Frances Street 204-949-2880 Provides affordable, clean, and safe rental housing to individuals and families. 8:30a-4:30p M-F
MENTAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTH
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)
930 Portage Avenue 204-982-6100 CMHA offers an array of services to individuals and families experiencing mental health challenges, including advocacy.
8:30a – 4:30p M-F
Crisis Response Centre
817 Bannatyne Avenue 204-940-1781 Offers walk-in assessment and treatment for those in mental crisis, along with referrals to other mental health services. 24/7
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Program Centralized Intake
848 William Avenue 204-958-9660 Directly refers to services at MATC and the Health Sciences Centre. Also assist the process of redirection to other appropriate agencies and programs. 7:30a – 4:30p M-F
Family Doctor Connection
Health Outreach and Community Supports (HOCS)
Service Location: Mobile 204-794-3804 HOCS provides services to the homeless or vulnerably housed population with complex health challenges. Services include clinical or service access problem solving, service information and linkages, assessment (occupational therapy, psychiatry, mental health & physical health), engagement, psychosocial support, service coordination and clinical services. Mon-Fri: 8:30am—4:30pm
Klinic Community Health
167 Sherbrook Street 204-784-4090 Provides full range of health related services from medical care to counselling and education. For adults and youth.
9a-8p M-Th; 9-5p F
Klinic Crisis Line (24/7): 204-786-8686
Manitoba Suicide Line
1-877-435-7170 toll free 24/7
Mobile Crisis Service
204-949-4777 Assists individuals experiencing a mental health or psychosocial crisis, including persons with a co- occurring mental health/substance use disorder. 24/7
101-66 Moore Avenue 204-237-9263 Provides quality services in community supports, housing and employment to persons with mental health challenges. 8:30a – 4:30p.
Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Community Mental Health Services
204-788-8330 Provides a range of mental health services in both community and hospital settings to adults.
200 Osborne St. N. 204-944-6235 Offers a range of community-based services for youth and adults using alcohol, other drugs and/or gambling.
Native Addictions Council of Manitoba (NACM)
160 Salter St. 204-586-8395 Provides community based education, prevention and treatment services to First Nations and Metis Individuals, families and communities.
496 Hargrave Street 204-981-0742. Harm Reduction/Safer Sex Supplies and information; Naloxone
Macdonald Youth Services
400-491 Portage Avenue 204-477-1722 Provides placement (foster and group care), community support services and transition services (youth transitioning to adulthood) to children, youth, adults and families.
Manitoba Adolescent Treatment Centre (MATC)
120 Tecumseh Street 204-477-6391 Services are provided for youth with mental health and addictions problems and their families from brief interventions to intensive long term treatment.
442 Scotia Street 204-338-7971 Helping youth and families with the challenges of growing, learning and parenting to achieve independence while realizing their full potential.
Ndinawe Youth Resource Centre
472 Selkirk Ave. 204-589-5545 Provides services for youth focusing on shelter, culture, recreation, education, outreach and support. Mon-Fri: 10am – 5pm
Resource Assistance for Youth (RAY)
125 Sherbrook St. 204-783-5617 Provides school based prevention workshops, inter- vention, outreach and support services such as referrals, housing assistance, food and clothing bank, and advocacy.
658 Ross Avenue 204-949-4090. 6-24 years old drop-in with food, washroom, activities, safe rides. 8a-12a M-F; 24/7 Sa-Su
Youth Crisis Team Line
1-888-383-2776 or 204-949-4777 Available 8 am to 12 midnight
Youth Resource Centre & Shelter
1-888-477-1804 or 204-477-1804
Eagle Urban Transition Centre (EUTC)
200-275 Portage Avenue 204-956-0610 Provides services to First Nations individuals and families in areas such as housing, addictions, referral, counseling, advocacy and other enhanced services.
Ka Ni Kanichihk
455 McDermot Avenue 204-953-5820 Phone supports, outreach, elder and support services, emergency supplies, harm reduction supplies, mental health supports. 8:45a-4:30p M-F
Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre
363 McGregor Street/443 Spence Street. Call 204-925-0330 or 204-925-6816 (McGregor) 204-925-0352 or 204-925-0348 (Spence) for food/basic needs delivery