Resources

If you’re looking for something and you cannot find it on our website, please contact our administrative line and ask – we may be able to provide you with additional information or a referral.

RRC Brochures

  • Gay (pdf)
  • Lesbian (pdf)
  • Bisexual (pdf)
  • Trans (pdf)
  • Two-Spirit People of the First Nations (pdf)
  • Homophobia (pdf)
  • Coming Out (pdf)
  • Heterosexism (pdf)
  • Ally (pdf)
  • Gender Transitioning at Work (pdf)
  • Gay Men and Body Image (pdf)
  • Women who have Sex with Women – STI brochure (pdf)
  • Bisexuality: Beyond Gay or Straight (MS Word)
  • I think I might be a lesbian…now what do I do? (MS Word)
  • I think I might be gay…now what do I do? (MS Word)
  • ShoutOut Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Transphobia and Heterosexism (pdf)
  • Symbols – Origins and Meanings
  • Definitions of common GLBT-related terms

Emergency Numbers

24-Hour Crisis Lines

Klinic Crisis Line
(204) 786-8686
1-888-322-3019

Manitoba Suicide Line
1-877-435-7170
(1-877-help170)

Kids Help Phone (national line available to Manitoba Youth)
1-800-668-6868

Klinic Sexual Assault Crisis Line
(204) 786-8631
1-888-292-7565

Crisis Services by Region

Southern Health RHA

24 hour Crisis Line and Mobile Crisis Service
(204) 326-9276
1-888-617-7715

Mobile Crisis Line (24 hours)
(204) 857-6369 (North)
(204) 325-9700 (South)
1-866-588-1697

Karen Devine Safe House
(204) 239-5307

Churchill (Part of Winnipeg RHA)

Churchill Health Centre – Crisis on Call
(204)(204) 675-8300

Interlake – Eastern RHA

Crisis Stabilization Unit
(204) 482-5361
1-866-427-8628

Mobile Crisis Unit
(204) 482-5376

24 hour Crisis Line
1-866-427-8628

Northern RHA

24 hour Crisis Line (Thompson Crisis Centre)
(204) 778-7273

24 Hour Cross Lake Crisis Line
(204) 676-3687

On call Crisis – Flin Flon
Daytime: (204) 687-1340
After hours (4:30 pm – 8:30 am): (204) 687-7591

On call Crisis – The Pas
Daytime: (204) 623-9560
After hours (4:30 pm – 8:30 am): (204) 623-6431

Prairie Mountain Health RHA

24 hour Crisis Line and Mobile Crisis Unit
(204) 725-4411
1-888-379-7699

Crisis Stabilization Unit
(204) 727-2555

Child and Adolescent Treatment Centre and Crisis Line
(204) 727-3445
1-866-403-5459

Mental Health Crisis Response Service
1-866-332-3030

Winnipeg RHA

Mobile Crisis Service
(204) 940-1781

Crisis Stabilization Unit – 755 Portage Avenue
(204) 940-3633

Crisis Stabilization Unit – 110 St Mary’s Ave
(204) 940-8374

Youth Mobile Crisis Team
(204) 949-4777
1-888-383-2779

Seneca Help Line (7 pm – 11 pm)
(204) 942-9276

Links & Agencies

Mental Health & Counselling

Anxiety Disorder Association of Manitoba Inc (ADAM)

(204) 925-0600

Toll Free: 1-800-805-8885

Aurora Family Therapy Centre

(204) 786-9251

Canadian Mental Health Association – Winnipeg Region

(204) 982-6100

Family Centre

(204) 947-1401

Jewish Child and Family Services

(204) 477-7430

Klinic

(204) 784-4090

Men’s Resource Centre

115 Pulford Street, Winnipeg, MB R3L 1X7

(204) 415-6797

Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba

MDAM hosts an LGBT support group twice a month.  Please click here to view MDAM’s online calendar (when on the page, click on the link under “Meeting Schedule”).

(204) 786-0987

Toll Free: 1-800-263-1460

GLBTT

Canadians for Equal Marriage

(416) 839-7178

Canadian Lesbian & Gay Archives

(416) 777-2755

Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition

1-800-955-5129

Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere

(415) 861-5437

Club 200

(204) 943-6045

glbtq – An encyclopedia of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender & queer culture

Gay Winnipeg

Identifying Allies: A Safe Space Project

(204) 474-8617

LAMBDA Business and Professional Association

info@lambdabiz.com

Out There Sports and Recreation

A casual sports and recreation organization for the LGBTTQ* community in Winnipeg.  Sports include running, hiking, badminton, bowling, volleyball, and more.

Outwords Inc. Magazine

PFLAG Canada

Providing support and education on questions about sexual orientation or gender identity

Rainbow Harmony Project

(204) 453-4874

Reaching out Winnipeg

ROW’s objective is to help LGBT refugees resettle in a safe place. Refugees are people who are outside their country of origin because of persecution and are unable to return.

Reel Pride

Rainbow Pride Mosaic – University of Manitoba

(204) 474-7439

Winnipeg Pride

Health & Wellness

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba(204) 944-6200Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre(204) 477-1123Healing Hammock TherapiesSuzanne has been an Ontario-certified practitioner of Aromatherapy, Massage, Reflexology , Reiki and Ear Candling since 1997, a successful practice involving clients of all ages and needs. Her specialty is people who might hesitate to try any of the healing modalities because of one of the following:

  • Weight issues: bulimia, anorexia, de-conditioning due to trauma or inactivity
  • Survivors of childhood/adult abuse who have a hard time with trust issues
  • Seniors and those undergoing painful medical treatments, requiring a sensitive touch
  • Those identifying as Transgender/Transsexual who find it wearisome to have to “educate” others constantly
  • Those identifying as gender-fluid or non-heterosexual
  • Those who prefer a female practitioner
  • Amputees, those with post-surgical scarring or unusual formations
  • Mental Health issues
  • Shyness
  • Sessions in the clients’ home or choice of location may also be arranged subject to travelling fee.

For further information and appointments please call (204) 416-1867 or (204) 330-1580 or email Suzanne at  *Unfortunately we cannot offer insurance billing available at this time.

Health Links

(204) 788-8200

Main Street Project

(204) 982-8245

Manitoba Adolescent Treatment Centre

(204) 958-9600

Manitoba Health Family Doctor Connection Program

(204) 786-7111

Nature Doctors, Naturopathic Medicine
Nature Doctors is a Naturopathic Doctors clinic open and inclusive of all genders and orientations, providing a safe space to talk to a doctor about concerns related to sexuality and/or gender identity. Call 943-6079 for more info or visit Nature Doctors.

New Directions for Children, Youth and Families

(204) 786-7051

Nine Circles Community Centre

(204) 940-6000

North End Women’s Centre

(204) 589-7347

Sage House

Street Women’s Health, Outreach and Resource Services
(204) 943-6379

Sexuality Education Resource Centre (SERC)

(204) 982-7800 – Winnipeg
(204) 727-0417 – Brandon

Sunshine House

(204) 774-0708

The U of W LGBT Centre

Email: lgbt@theuwsa.ca
(204) 786-9025

Winnipeg Harvest

(204) 982-3660
Toll-free 1-800-970-5559

Winnipeg Transgender Support Group (Formerly the Transgender Café)

(204) 474-0212

Women’s Health Clinic

(204) 947-1517

Youville Centre

‘Your Community Health Resource”

(204)255-4840

Legal Resources

Community Legal Association (Manitoba) Inc.

(204) 943-2382

Egale Canada

(613) 230-1043 or (888) 204-7777

Legal Aid Winnipeg

(204) 985-8500

Toll Free 1-800-261-2960

LEGIT (Canadian immigration for same-sex partners)

Manitoba Human Rights Commission

(204) 945-3007

Toll-free (888) 884-8681

TTY (204) 945-3442

Spiritual Resources

Affirm United

Augustine United Church

(204) 284-2250

Dignity Winnipeg

Toll Free 1-866-659-2318 or (204) 779-6446

Rainbow Ministry (Outreach of the United Church)

(204) 954-2904

Temple Shalom

(204) 453-1625

Unitarian Universalist Church of Winnipeg

(204) 474-1261

Young United Church

(204) 783-0128