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Mental Health & Wellness Resource Finder

The Mental Health and Wellness Resource Finder provides a number of mental health, wellness and addictions supports and resources for you and those you care about. Resources for youth and adolescents are highlighted in green.

What type of supports and services are you looking for?

“I’m not coping at all and need help today.”

Available Resources

  • Crisis Resource Centre
    • The Mental Health Crisis Response Centre in Winnipeg is a central point of access for adults experiencing a mental health crisis, accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week within an atmosphere that promotes healing and recovery. For more information call 204-940-1781.
  • Klinic Crisis Line (24/7)
  • Klinic Suicide Prevention and Support Line
  • Mobile Crisis Service
    • The Mobile Crisis Service assists individuals experiencing a mental health or psychosocial crisis, including persons with a co-occurring mental health / substance use disorder
    • Phone: 204-940-1781 or toll-free: 1-877-499-8770
  • Klinic Suicide Prevention and Support Line
  • Mobile Crisis Service
    • The Mobile Crisis Service assists individuals experiencing a mental health or psychosocial crisis, including persons with a co-occurring mental health / substance use disorder
    • Phone: 204-940-1781 or toll-free: 1-877-499-8770

“I find it difficult doing my daily activities. I need to talk to someone as soon as possible to see what resources are best for me.”

Available Resources

“I feel overwhelmed sometimes. I would like ongoing support.”

Available Resources

  • Addictions Foundation of Manitoba
    • The foundation offers a range of supportive services for individuals struggles with substance-use challenges and gambling
    • For more information, call toll-free: 1-866-638-2561
  • Blue Cross Employee Assistance Program
    • Short term counselling, information, & resource documents
    • For more information call 204-775-0151 (8:00 am – 5:30 pm weekdays)
  • Bounce Back (Canadian Mental Health Association)
    • Evidence-based coaching program for people experiencing low mood, mild-to-moderate depression or stress, with or without anxiety
    • Toll-free: 1-844-733-8181
  • Canadian Mental Health Resource Wellness Support Response Line
    • Services include peer support, BounceBack CBT coaching for depression and anxiety, workplace and youth mental health education, brief intervention and supportive counselling and service navigation.
    • Phone: 204-775-6442
  • Klinic Drop-In Counselling
    • Short-term counselling available through the drop-in program
  • Mental Health Counselling at Centre Sara Riel
    • During the COVID-19 pandemic Sara Riel is accepting new clients. Anyone facing a mental health or substance use challenge can access services at this time.
    • For more information call 204-233-2564
  • Wellness Together Canada
    • Tools and resources to help Canadians get back on track
    • These include modules for addressing low mood, worry, substance use, social isolation and relationship issues
  • Rainbow Resource Centre Counselling for Youth
    • Support and services offered to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, two-spirit, queer, questioning, intersex and allied (2SLGBYQ+) youth ages 13-21
    • To book a single-session appointment, call the front desk at 204-474-0212
    • Appointments for the week are provided to callers at this time and can become brief treatment as needed
    • For youth under 18 that want to access counselling through the Rainbow Resource Centre they will ONLY NEED CONSENT FROM A PARENT OR GUARDIAN IF there is a developmental disability or if the youth is under 13 years old
  • St. Amant’s Wellness Line
    • Available from 9 am to 9 pm, Monday through Thursday, and is available to any Manitoba family affected by disability
    • To access the line, Manitobans can call 204-258-7076 or toll-free: 1-877-858-7076.
    • Open 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm Monday through Thursday and is available to any Manitoban affected by a developmental disability.
  • Youth Hub (Nor’West Coop)
    • Telephone counselling, support, brainstorming resources and resource navigation and other services
    • Available via telephone Monday – Friday, 1:00 pm – 6:30 pm and Saturday 9:30 am – 2:30 pm
    • Phone: 204-221-9800 or email: youthhub@norwestcoop.ca
  • Youth Mental Health Promotion at Canadian Mental Health Association (CHMA) – Manitoba and Winnipeg
    • In and around Winnipeg, the team can deliver workshops and presentations to school staff, high school or post-secondary students and youth groups
    • The team is dedicated to promoting positive mental health, breaking down stigma associated with mental health problems and illness and promoting early help-seeking and recovery

“I would like to speak to someone about what I’m feeling and thinking.”

Available Resources

“I’m doing well, but I would like some self-guided help and resources, such as websites, online resources and phone apps for me and the people I care about.”

Available Resources

  • Anxiety Canada
    • Anxiety Canada has a number of free digital resources based on Cognitative Behavioural Therapy (CBT) that teach people about anxiety and how to cope during challenges times
  • Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba Peer Support
    • The association offers sessions to assist with better understanding anxiety, discuss signs and symptoms, and how to cope
  • Canadian Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
    • The centre has a useful resource page with links to information and support for health care providers and their mental health during COVID-19
  • Canadian Center on Substance Use and Addiction
    • The centre offers a free resource for healthcare providers on how to manage stress, anxiety and substance use during COVID-19
  • Canadian Mental Health Association Learning Center
    • The centre offers a variety of mental health and well-being courses designed to inform, create connections, promote and protect mental health
  • Crisis and Trauma Resource Institute
    • Webinars and videos related to COVID-19
    • Audio exercise for stress and anxiety
    • Practical COVID-19 related insights and useful tips
  • FACE COVID Workbook
    • The workbook includes a set of practical steps for responding effectively to the COVID-19 crisis, using the principles of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
  • MindShift CBT
    • This is a free anxiety management app to help you relax, be mindful, develop your thinking and determine active steps
    • The app provides has a number of tools and a symptom checker to help rate your current anxiety, and steps to get you through difficult episodes or situations
  • Smart Phone Apps to Support Mindfulness and Relaxation
  • Workplace Strategies for Mental Health
    • This is a website employees can access for free tools, resources and education including: Guarding Minds at Work, Managing Mental Health, Psychologically Safe Leaders, and Psychologically Safe Interactions
  • Back to School During COVID-19
  • BoosterBuddy
    • This is a free mobile app designed to help teens and young adults improve their mental health, manage your personal wellness journey and earn achievements as your sidekick guides them through a series of daily quests designed to establish and sustain positive habits
  • Calm
    • This is a mobile app that focuses on the four key areas of meditation, breathing, sleep, and relaxation, with the aim of bringing joy, clarity, and peace to your daily life
  • Calm Harm
    • This is a free mobile app developed to help with teenage mental health using principles of dialectical behaviour therapy
  • Stress Hacks
    • Helpful online resources on how to effectively navigate stress