Community crisis workers
Do you need to talk, need help, or know someone who could use our services? Our Community Crisis Workers are available for one-on-one appointments. Ask them for information about: shelter and housing, social assistance, jobs, counselling, mental health programs and services, health care, and income tax.
Please visit the Appointments page for appointment openings and locations. To schedule an appointment with a specific Community Crisis Worker, follow the links below. Note: not all Crisis Workers are available for one-on-one appointments.
24/7 support services
These services are available all day, every day. They give free, confidential service.
For immediate threats to life or property please contact 911.
Crisis Response Centre
For adults experiencing a mental health crisis and/or an overlapping substance use, addiction or gambling issue.
817 Bannatyne Avenue
Family Violence Prevention Program
409-401 York Avenue
Manitoba Suicide Prevention & Support Line
Confidential crisis line run by trained crisis counsellors from Klinic Community Health.
167 Sherbrook Street
Hope for Wellness Helpline
Immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention for Indigenous peoples across Canada through toll-free number and online chat.
Youth Crisis Line / Youth Mobile Crisis Teams
For youth 21 years of age and younger and their families.
175 Mayfair Avenue
Kids Help Phone
E-mental health service offering free, confidential support to young people in English and French.
For more information
211 Manitoba connects individuals to government, health, and social services that are available across the province. (211 Manitoba is not a crisis line.)
Winnipeg Public Library's Crisis Lines and Community Supports Info Guide
Websites, handouts, posters, and apps that share crisis lines, and community supports for mental health, housing, food, harm reduction, and more.
Feel free to print off and share this handout to let your community and clients know about the Community Crisis Workers and their services.