A charitable non-profit agency funded by Manitoba Education & Training. steps2work is an employment and training centre providing vocational assessments, career planning, job search, work experience as well as support to those at risk of job loss.
Organization Program Archives: Advocacy
The Aulneau Renewal Centre is a registered bilingual not-for-profit organization located at 228 Hamel Ave in St. Boniface, Winnipeg. It was founded in 1979 as a mission of the Missionary Oblate Sisters of St. Boniface. In 1998, the organization was separately incorporated as a non-for-profit charitable organization and in 2012, it became a Sponsored Community […]
Family focused, client centered, knowledge based support re: obsessive compulsive disorder.
The Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba and Winnipeg is part of a nation-wide, charitable organization that promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. Some of the services offered include: Rehabilitation and Recovery Service Rehabilitation and Recovery Workshops Parent Wellness Initiative Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) […]
Sara Riel Inc., established by the Grey Nuns of Manitoba, is a charitable organization offering a variety of mental health services to adults. Sara Riel Inc. is a sponsored work of the Catholic Health Corporation of Manitoba. They offer support in the following areas: Community Recovery Services: access for service recipients with serious and persistent […]
Hope Centre Ministries facilitates and runs several programs specifically for individuals who live with disabilities and their families. We offer opportunities for people to grow in their relationship with God and with others, and aim to be a source of we seek to be a source of encouragement, care, resources and advocacy.
Neurodevelopmental services can provide educators with consultative support in programming for children with ASD and complex multi-diagnostic issues. Schools throughout Manitoba can request this service through MATC Centralized Intake at 204-958-9660.
Provides Manitoba Kindergarten through Grade 12 educators with curriculum implementation support, educational research and professional development materials. The Instructional Resources Unit loans a variety of resources to Manitoba educators. Items can be requested in person, by phone, mail, fax or electronic mail.
A directory listing organizations within Manitoba that may be of support to students, families and school teams programming for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder