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    Addiction Services

    Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

    Adult and Youth services.  We also provide Impaired Driving Assessments.

    Adult Services

    Adult Services are provided to men and women 19 and over who are seeking assistance due to their own involvement with alcohol, drugs and/or gambling.  An initial assessment of your needs is completed and resources are discussed.  AFM offers community based treatment and short term residential treatment (21-28 days)

    For Adult Community Based Services phone
    Stacey at 204.325.6596

    Youth Services

    Youth Services are provided to youth ages 12-18 years.  You can also talk about your concerns you have with your use of someone else’s use.  You can ask questions and talk with a counsellor who understands youth issues.  The counsellor will let you know what services are available to you at AFM or in the community.  Using these resources is up to you.

    For Youth Community Based Services phone
    Trina at 204.325.6594

    Impaired Driving Assessments

     

    Please call Lori – Impaired Driving Counsellor at 204-857-8353 for more information and to schedule an assessment time in Winkler.

    Contact

    351 Main Street Winkler.

    Adult & Teen Challenge of Pembina Valley

    The vision of having a “Community Office” is to provide a range of services and support to those in need. The Community Office approach has proven to be a beneficial first point of contact for anyone dealing with addiction. These offices provide meeting spaces for our Clinical and Pastoral Counselling along with Family and Outreach small group support programs. 

    As each office develops the support and relationships that have formed create a new foundation of success for graduates returning to the community. Ultimately the Community Office facilitates action in the fight against addiction by supporting and referring people to real life-changing help — a strategy that ultimately serves the whole community as it initiates and helps provide long-term lasting change.

    At Adult & Teen Challenge we believe that by working with and bringing communities together, we can effectively “Put Hope Within Reach” in the lives of those affected by a wide variety of life-controlling issues.

    This location functions as the Pembina Valley Community Ministry Office and features a thrift store. Plans have been developed to create an operational regional headquarters which will encompass a community office, residential home and sanctuary.

    Long Term Program for Addiction

    If you struggle with an addiction or a substance abuse disorder, the good news is that there’s hope. All you have to do is take the first step and reach out for help. Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada’s long-term recovery program is a suitable combination of addiction treatment models with a faith-based approach.  In our professional experience, it has provided a 78% success rate for overcoming addiction and beginning a new life.

    You can be assured of a safe and supportive environment while receiving the treatment and therapy you need to get your life back on track. Our team of addiction specialists, faith-based leaders and an everlasting community ensures every aspect of your addiction is addressed.

    We believe that real change comes from what God can do on the inside of us. If you are interested in recovery, Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada is the place for you.

    While there are multiple effective approaches to addiction, such as inpatient and outpatient treatment, long-term addiction treatment programs have the greatest statistics for a successful recovery process. Addiction treatment has come a long way, and today’s treatment programs treat both substance abuse and the underlying drivers of addiction, while instilling values, balance and faith.

    Understanding the Long-Term Program

    Full-service long-term live-in addiction treatment programs allow clients to engage in a series of evidence-based therapies on-site. Offering comfort and privacy from the outside world, clients are able to fully focus on recovery in a safe space.

    Therapists, Phase Managers, Counsellors, Pastors and Ministry Staff are on hand around the clock to provide the necessary support. This includes a series of recreational activities aimed at promoting the development of healthy coping mechanisms and encouraging fellowship between clients.  Additionally, we will guide our clients in job skills training, like workplace certifications programs and resume building.

    Is this program the same as IOP?

    Long-term programs may be thought of as intensive inpatient treatment (IOP) or Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) due to their use of long-term stays, but they go a step further by allowing guests to reside at the centers for 12-18 months. Consistent substance abuse treatment from the same team throughout the program is the standard Adult & Teen Challenge is looking to set, as drug abuse is a growing concern in Canada.

    Benefits of the Long Term Program for Addiction

    In contrast with short-term programs and outpatient treatment, long-term treatment goes one step further, steeping patients in an environment conducive to healing the mind, body and soul. At Adult & Teen Challenge, we aim to change that through the compassionate and goal-oriented approach we take in our addiction treatment.

    What we See as a Benefit

    Experience has taught us we all need to “own” the responsibility for our thoughts, choices, and life patterns. Painful experiences and complex trauma can contribute to life-controlling addiction but cannot be a reason for remaining in addiction. Within our long-term program, we will help you to take a responsible look at your life so that healing can occur.  This along with many other teaching moments will help you learn valuable lessons and guide positivity in your life. Your negative experiences do not need to dictate your future.

    Clients are able to come to terms with the root of the problem and understand the unhealthy behaviors that lead to substance abuse. The focus is on awareness, respect and honesty. Recovery is about breaking through the cycle of unhealthy behavior, and to this end, clients will be guided to form healthy coping mechanisms and regain a sense of peace in their lives.

    Ready Now Recovery

     

    Ready Now Recovery is committed to creating an outreach component designed to strategically engage the “not ready” in overcoming addictions to substances, gambling, pornography and other illicit obstacles in your life. Our goal is for everyone impacted by addictions and other life-controlling issues to have access to recovery through Jesus Christ.

    There is not a determined length of time for this program. You determine the groups you need for healthy recovery. We give resources to create an action plan and set goals concerning your relationships, education, employment, and spiritual growth. We also recommend that you build a team that helps you through the process of recovery.

    Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada rebranded our outpatient approach to Ready Now Recovery in June 2021. Guided by core values of Transformation, Accountability, Community, and Outreach, we utilize innovative and diverse methods to accomplish a broader impact, making recovery resources available all across Canada.

    What is the Ready Now Recovery Curriculum?

    Life-controlling issues are complex. They affect the whole person – mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Our groups are designed to address each of these areas, providing healing and restoration to the whole person, not just treating the symptoms.

    To complete the curriculum, Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada incorporates different elements for a well-rounded and whole recovery program.

    Addiction Education

    Help is available to help you break free from addiction. With practical and spiritual steps, the nature of your addiction can be exposed as well as any other life-controlling issues with drugs or alcohol that may have been involved in leading up until now towards a new normal where freedom exists for those who choose it!

    Breaking Free

    This seven-week curriculum series covers the topic of addiction through a biblical worldview. Topics include: Exposing the Nature of Addiction, Confronting Toxic Denial, Understanding Grief & Addiction, Ending the Addictive Cycle, Building a New Legacy, and Establishing a New Normal.

    Stepping Into Freedom

    Stepping into Freedom is a Christ-centered twelve-step program suggested for use in support groups, recovery groups and home groups. It offers help for anyone struggling with a life-controlling problem like drug addiction, alcoholism, sexual addiction, gambling or workaholism.

    Social Development

    Healthy relationships are the key to success. But they’re not easy! This group will equip you with tools for investing in your life and navigating any interactions, whether those be strained because addictions or other controlling issues like abuse–or even just everyday struggles like poverty that sometimes come into play when one person has more power than another over decisions of loved ones.

    Concerned Persons

    This 9-week course is designed for people with a relationship with a person with a life-controlling problem. It emphasizes the need for each other. It helps people focus on Christ rather than on the problem. It provides a way to minister to people’s felt needs and then pointing them to Christ and ways/means to overcome addiction.

    Family/Loved Ones Support Program

    Adult & Teen Challenge’s Family Support Groups

    Concerned Persons Group is a crucial part of Ready Now Recovery, as we have seen first-hand the impact a loved one can have on a person struggling with addiction when they have learned healthy coping skills and have broken free from codependency.

    This is a group for people who have or have had a loved one struggling with life-controlling addictions. Concerned Persons walks group members through enabling, codependency and healthy communication with their loved one. Boundaries is another course that we offer for family members.

    This course teaches people how to set healthy boundaries to protect their personal well-being while walking alongside someone who is struggling.

    For more information or to register:

    Stepping into Freedom - Altona Victory in Christ Church

    Faith bases 12 Step program for anyone who wants help with their addiction.  Wednesdays 7-9pm.

    LifeLine

    Support group for those who have attended treatment and are looking for accountability and support.

    Winkler, 390 1st St  Thursdays 7-9pm

    Concerned Persons

    Support group for loved ones of those living with addiction.  Call 204-332-1932 to register for next available group.

    Contact

    324 Cargill Road, Winkler Manitoba, R6W 0K4

    C.W. Wiebe Medical Centre

    Medical Clinic for Primary Care and Specialists

    Teen Clinic

    Thursday 12-4pm

    • Open to teens and young adults
    • You can just walk in without an appointment, during teen clinic hours  *reduced hours due to Covid-19 concern
    • use the Urgent Care entrance on 4th Street
    • You have access to care for ANY issues that you need to talk about or get checked out (even just a sore throat)
    • It is CONFIDENTIAL
    • The people there like working with youth – they should be respectful, non-judgmental and can try to help you out with whatever you need
    • You can go by yourself, with a friend, or with a partner
    • Medical and counselling services are FREE

     

    Urgent Care

    The Urgent Care Centre (UCC), located within the C.W. Wiebe Medical Centre offers the services of a medical center physician for “urgent” medical situations.

    Urgent Care appointments can now be booked online. We offer in person or virtual appointments. Patients are encouraged to try and book an appointment with their Primary Care Provider when possible, to help reduce wait times in Urgent Care.

    Who should go to Urgent Care?

    The Urgent Care Centre is for those that need to be seen urgently by a physician that day, non-emergency medical matters and for those new to the area that don’t have a regular physician at this time. UCC physicians offer in person or phone visits for a variety of urgent, non-life threatening illnesses and injuries such as:

     

     

    • Abrasions/minor cuts
    • Allergies
    • Cough
    • Diarrhea
    • Ear pain
    • Fever
    • Flu
    • Minor injuries
    • Pink eye
    • Rash
    • Sinus infection
    • Sore throat
    • Strains/sprains
    • Urinary tract infection
    • Yeast infection

    Prescription Renewals and Non Urgent Visits

    If you require a prescription renewal or have a non-urgent medical issue, including a physical or a form, please call our office during regular hours or use the Online Booking service to schedule an appointment with your doctor.

    Please note: Repeat prescriptions for Tylenol No. 3, sleeping pills and related medications will not be given in Urgent Care.

     

     

    Contact

    385 Main Street Winkler, MB R6W 1J2

    Rapid Access to Addictions Medicine (RAAM)

    RAAM clinics are walk-in clinics for adults (ages 18+) looking to get help with high-risk substance use and addiction. This includes people who want to try medical assistance to reduce or stop their substance use. They may experience frequent intoxication or overdose symptoms, as well as unpleasant withdrawal symptoms when attempting to reduce or stop their substance use. RAAM clinics are also for people who may have substance-related health issues, such as hepatitis, pancreatitis and infections. No referral is needed.

    RAAM clinics are not for people needing urgent medical attention for serious physical problems or mental health symptoms such as psychosis (paranoia, delusions, hallucinations), agitation; who are at active risk of harm to self or others, or who require police/security involvement.

    It can be very difficult to accept that your substance use is problematic, and it’s normal to feel ashamed, frightened, or angry. But the good news is that medical treatment for problematic substance use and addiction is safe and effective. People can and do recover from addiction.

    You don’t need an appointment, just show up during clinic hours. If you have a Manitoba Health card or Manitoba Health number, please bring this along.

    WHAT HAPPENS WHEN I GO TO A RAAM CLINIC?
    If you’re feeling anxious or hesitant about going to the RAAM clinic, consider bringing a supportive person with you. This may make you feel less overwhelmed and less alone.

    The clinic team will complete a health history including questions about your substance use such as:

    • when and how you started using
    • how much and how frequently you use
    • how it may impact your life and responsibilities
    • The clinic team is there to help you. These questions are to get a complete picture of
      you in order to determine how to best help you.

    The posted clinic hours are for new walk-in patients seeking RAAM clinic services. In addition,  the RAAM clinical team – physician, counsellor, nurse – provides follow-up to patients,  coordinating medication management, making referrals to other services, supporting and  consulting with other providers, and informing other service providers about RAAM clinic services.  

    For youth under 18 years old, please contact the Youth Addiction Centralized Intake service.  

    Call 1-877-710-3999 (8:30 am – 4:30 pm, weekdays) or visit:  

    www.manitoba.ca/health/mh/addictions/youth.html

    WINNIPEG

    Where: Crisis Response Centre – 817 Bannatyne Avenue, Winnipeg  

    Clinic Hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 1 to 3 p.m.  

    Phone: (204) 940-2177 

     

    Where: River Point Centre – 146 Magnus Avenue, Winnipeg  

    Clinic Hours: Mondays from 1 to 3 p.m. and Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.  Phone: (204) 944-6209 or 1-(855) 662-6605 (Call Monday – Friday 8:30-4:30) 

    THOMPSON

    Where: Eaglewood Treatment Centre 

    Where: 90 Princeton Drive, Thompson  

    Clinic Hours: Tuesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1 to 4 pm  Phone: 1 (866) 291-7774 or (204) 677-7300 or (204) 677-7240 (Call Monday – Friday 8:30-4:30) 

    BRANDON

    Where: 7th Street Health Access Centre 20 – 7th Street, Brandon  

    Clinic Hours: Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Phone: (204) 578-4800 (Call Monday – Friday 11:00am – 7:00pm) 

    SELKIRK

    Where: Selkirk Community Health Office 237 Manitoba Avenue, Selkirk  

    Clinic Hours: Tuesdays from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.  

    Phone: (204) 785-7513 (Call Monday – Friday 8:30-4:30) 

    PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE

    Where: 159 5th ST S.E., Portage la Prairie  

    Clinic Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. 

    Phone: (204) 239-8800 (Call Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:30-4:30, or leave a message on  other days of the week)

    Contact

    Recovery of Hope – Winkler

    Recovery of Hope is a professional counseling service with its main office in Winnipeg and satellite offices in four rural communities; Steinbach, Altona, Winkler, and Portage la Prairie. The counselling services are delivered by a counsellor with a minimum of master’s level education to clients and families. Recovery of Hope is privately funded and provides post-crisis services. The counsellors services are available on a sliding scale fee program or through professional Employee and Family Assistance Programs (EFAP) for subscribing employers. There is also a CARE (Congregation Assist Restore and Enrich) program available to subscribing church congregations to provide counseling services for their members.

    Referrals: Self referrals  
    Cost: $100/Session (clients with low household incomes can apply for the Sliding Fee Scale Program and receive a reduced fee) 
    Location: Winnipeg, Steinbach, Altona, Winkler and Portage la Prairie 
    For More Information: 1-866-493-6202 

    Mennonite Addiction Services

    A culturally and language sensitive, biblically based addictions counselling service which started in 2004 as a pilot program.  It currently employs two part time counselors.  Four local Mennonite Churches sponsor it, and leadership from those churches make up the advisory board.

    Contact

    Winkler
    ALG Professional Centre – Downtown Mall
    309 Main Street, Winkler, MB
    Toll Free: 1-866-895-2919 | Tel: (204) 325-5355 | info@recoveryofhope.ca

    Altona
    Community Health Resource Centre
    235 – 5th Ave. N.E., Altona, MB, R0B 0B0
    Toll Free: 1-866-493-6202 | info@recoveryofhope.ca

    Portage
    Private office in CMHA Building
    102 1st Street NW, Portage La Prairie, MB
    Phone: 1-866-493-6202 | info@recoveryofhope.ca

    Childcare

    Winkler Bible Camp

    Winkler Bible Camp is a non-denominational Christian camp that provides a safe Summer Camp setting for children and teens to make new friends, explore their faith, and stretch their limits. In addition to running Summer camp we host rental groups, company picnics, Outdoor Education programs, and much more!

    Winkler Bible Camp Summer Camp

    Provides a safe setting for children and teens to make new friends, explore their faith and stretch their limits. We have 2 unique sites and options for individuals in kindergarten through Grade 12, and a camp session that ranges from 2 to 5 days in length.
    What we have to offer:
    -Staff to camper ratio of 1:5
    -Long standing record or safety and trust
    -Dedicated, screened and trained Christian ministry team
    -Opportunities to build long lasting friendships
    -A non-denominational atmosphere with a clear “no pressure” Christian message
    -High standards as an accredited camp with Manitoba Camping Association and with Christian camping International
    -Time away from the distractions of media

    Please visit our website for summer schedule pricing details

    Guest Group Rentals

    Come and enjoy the serenity of an intimate wooded area without the worries of finding your way into the bush.  Located right along Manitoba Highway #3, Winkler Bible Camp is an exceptional and convenient place to host a variety of events.

    Our facility is the ideal place to host events including church or youth retreats, business meetings or seminars, weddings, banquets, company picnics and more!  We have a variety of packages to accomodate many different types of events and needs.

    Please visit our website or call our office for full details and pricing.

     

     

    WBCBeyond.com

    WBC Beyond is an online video portal with exciting shows and miniseries children and teens can enjoy.

    Allow us to entertain, teach and inspire you through our unique original content. You can follow along with the adventures of Connor and Bethany in their fort called Wonder World, laugh along with our animated shorts, or learn a new song in our music section. No matter what you end up watching, we are glad to be able to connect with you beyond the summer and our physical location.

    Contact

    Address:
    16037 HWY 3

    Mailing Address:
    Box 2340
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4C1

    Children & Family Programs

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Pembina Valley

    BBBS creates individual and group mentoring relationships amongst adults and youth.
    Mentorship is a two-way, learning and development partnership where the young person needs are placed at the center.
    Mentoring is an important way to give youth experience with these essential back-and-forth relationships, developing them into healthy young people better able to deal with and overcome life’s adversities.

    GoGirls!

    Go Girls! is a group mentoring program for girls ages 12-14 that focuses on physical activity, balanced eating and self-esteem. The single, most important goal of the program is to positively shape the lives of young women and girls by helping them build a positive self-image – setting them on a path to reach their full potential in life.

    The Go Girls! program consists of seven mentoring sessions, held over a 7-10 week period, within school facilities. Each 1.5-2 hour-long session is loosely structured around four themes: physical activity, healthy eating, self-esteem, and communication skills.

    In-School Mentoring

    The In-School Mentoring Program provides youth with a role model and a friend to talk to and share the experiences of growing up within school grounds.  For one hour a week, mentors meet with their mentee and engage in activities such as board games, crafts, or just hang out on school grounds.

    The In-School Mentoring program requires a weekly visit of one hour for the duration of the school year.  Matches do not meet over the summer break or during other school holidays.

    Game On

    Game On! is a group mentoring program for providing boys and young men with information and support to make informed choices about a range of healthy lifestyle practices. Through non-traditional physical activities, complemented with healthy eating support, participants are engaged in life skills, communication, and emotional health discussions designed to engage participants in the pursuit of life-long healthy lifestyles.

    Game On! includes seven 75-minute core sessions. There are also four extension modules that capture potential issues and topics specific to various locales and the interests of the mentors and participants.

    Contact

    Address:
    7-820 Triple E Blvd Winkler MB R6W 4A6

    Mailing address:
    Box 450 Winkler MB R6W 4A6

    Gateway Resources

    The vision at Gateway Resources is to maximize the growth and development of adults living with an intellectual disability thereby empowering them to live full and productive lives both at work and in their community.

    Gateways Summer Day Camp

    A summer camp designated for children 5-12

    July 5-9, July 12-16, July 19-23

    August 9-13, August 16-20, August 23-27

    Each camp runs from 9am-4pm.

    Registration is for each individual week.

    Each week costs $85 per child.

    Sign up at Gateway resources website or contact Mike Klassen at mike@gatewayresourcesinc.com

    or (204)325-7304 ext 228

    Contact

    1582 Pembina Ave. W.
    Winkler Manitoba
    R6W 4B4

    Genesis House

    Genesis House is a crisis shelter for abused women and their children located in Winkler and serving the Pembina Valley.

    What the Shelter Provides

    The shelter has five bedrooms and can provide accommodations for 16 people.  While in the shelter the families’ basic needs are met  including safety, food, and medical care.  There is no cost for staying at Genesis House and the program includes counselling, support groups, referrals, and advocacy.  Families choosing to live free from violence will also be provided assistance in seeking out housing options in the community of their choice.  Families taking part in the program can stay up to 30 days, with follow-up counselling and support available to women and children after departure.  Genesis House also provides public education about domestic violence to the community when requested.

    Contact

    Winkler

    Mailing address:
    Box 389 Winkler, MB R6W 4A6

    Pembina Valley Baptist Church

    We are an independent Baptist church seeking to glorify God in every aspect of our life and ministry. Everything that we believe and the principles that we live by are founded in the Bible. You will find a ministry that seeks to uplift Christ and please Him in every area of ministry. Our desire is that God would use the Pembina Valley Baptist Church to help you draw close to the Saviour and give you the tools necessary to grow in grace.

    Church Services

    Sundays at 11:00am & 6:00pm.
    Wednesdays at 7:00pm.
    Everyone welcome to attend,  nursery is provided.

     

    Sunday School

    Sunday’s at 10:00am.
    Everyone is welcome to attend, nursery provided.

    Master Club Program

    Wednesday’s at 7:00pm.
    Children 2-12 years old are welcome.
    There is no cost to attend.

    Youth Program

    Friday’s at 7:00pm.
    Young people 12-18 years old are welcome.
    There is no cost to attend.

    Canadian Baptist Bible College

    Registration of those 16 years of age and older must be completed and accepted to attend.
    Classes are held Tuesday, Thursday, Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. There is a cost for each class which is totaled upon registration.

    CanAmera Baptist Missions International

    CanAmera Baptist Missions International is a ministry of the Pembina Valley Baptist Church, and is a Bible-based, unashamedly Baptist mission––making a difference in local church missions with a sound, proven approach.

    We are a full-service, no fee, faith-based ministry, and will accept missionary candidates from independent Baptist churches of like-faith, doctrine and practice.

    CanAmera Baptist Missions International is a local church ministry, established to help other local churches in getting their God-called missionaries to the place God has called them. If we can partner with you in this endeavor for Christ, please contact us at canamera@pvbc.ca.

    Contact

    Address:
    120 Manitoba Road Winkler, MB

    Mailing address:
    Box 415 Winkler, Manitoba R6W 4A6

    Pembina Valley Pregnancy Care Centre

    Millions of women have experienced an unplanned pregnancy, you are not alone. If this is what you are going through you might have a mix of thoughts and feelings. That’s normal.

    Maybe you are thinking about ending the pregnancy, becoming a parent or choosing a family for your baby through adoption.

    Everyone in your life will have a reason why they want you to make a certain decision. They might be telling you what to do or pressuring you to make a choice quickly. But you have the right to take all the time you need to ask any question and understand all of your options…because it’s never a good idea to make a permanent decision based on temporary feelings or circumstances.

    We are here for you and your partner too.
    Everything is free and confidential.

    Options Information

    Options information- parenting, abortion, adoption.  Learn about all of your options in a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental space.  This might be a planned, unexpected, or unexpectedly complicated pregnancy for you.  You might have a lot going on right now, tough circumstances, or a difficult relationship with your partner or family.

    Making an informed decision is your best next step, so ask any question and learn about all the options, risks, benefits, and alternatives.

    We are here to help.

    Steps in HOPE

    Steps in HOPE is a support group for women impacted by miscarriage, stillbirth, and loss. Topics include cycles of grief, self-care, and moving forward in a healthy way. Women are safe to share their experiences in this supportive space.

    Contact us for the next group starting dates and location. Preregistration is required for this free & confidential support group.

    email: stepsinhope@gmail.com
    visit: pvpcc.com
    call: 204-325-7900

    We are grateful to the Morden Area Foundation for their support of this program.

    Prenatal Learning Sessions

    Prenatal learning sessions are designed to prepare, empower and build confidence for your birth and postpartum experience.  Help to reduce fear while learning how to have a more positive and peaceful experience before, during and after birth.  You will learn how to be an active participant in your birth, and confidently include your partner as a support.

    These sessions include a variety of group activities in a small, interactive learning environment with chances to practice comfort measures, relaxation strategies, and the opportunity to ask many questions.

    Pre-registration is required for this free program.  To learn more about upcoming dates:
    Visit http: pvpcc.com
    call/text: 204-362-0979
    email: prenatalpvpcc@gmail.com

    Steps in HOPE (healing our pregnancy experiences)

    Steps in HOPE (healing our pregnancy experiences) is a 5-6 week support group for women who have experienced miscarriage or stillbirth. This is a free and confidential group, planning to start in October. Everyone has an opportunity to share, listen and encourage but no one is compelled out of their comfort level. Topics include cycles of grief, boundaries, caring for yourself, creating a keepsake, and more. To learn more or to register contact us: 204-325-7900 OR stepsinhope@gmail.com

    Contact

    Address:
    500 Main St.
    Mailing address:
    Box 2504, Winkler, MB R6W 4C2

    Regional Connections

    Regional Connections supports newcomers to Canada and community members with settlement, employment, language training and community connection services. Services are free for all participants.

    Office hours are Monday – Thursday, 8:30am – 9:00pm
    Friday – 8:30am – 4:30pm

    Settlement Services

    Needs assessment, settlement plan, and information on living in Canada for all newcomers.

    Settlement Workers in School (SWIS)

    Support for newcomer students and families in Garden Valley School Division.

    Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)

    Home visit program for isolated newcomer mothers of preschool aged children.

    Employment Services

    Job search, resume writing, cover letter writing and public job boards for all community members; public job search area includes 2 computers for public use, internet, printing and fax; employment-related group information sessions for newcomers and all community members on employment standards, workplace culture, career success, trades qualification, post-secondary options etc

    Language training

    ESL for newcomers, CLB 1-8, for English in the community and at work.

    Manitoba Adult Literacy Program

    All community members with literacy needs, typically those with less than 8 years of formal education.

    English at Work

    Classes for ESL and literacy in the workplace.

    Conversation circles and language buddies for informal language learning.

    Onsite childcare is available at Regional Connections for students in English classes.

    Community Connections

    Referrals and connections to community resources; volunteer program to help social connections and meet community members.

    Community Mentorship Program

    Support newcomers during their first year in the community; multicultural events and activities.

    Contact

    2-295 Perry Street
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0K9

    South Central Regional Library

    SCRL provides books to everyone in our communities as well as provide support for home school families. We encourage people to ask us for help in finding a new author, a favorite old title or information on how to download ebooks or find the educational databases. Regardless of age, ability or ethnicity we are here to help everyone.

    I LOVE to Read Month

    I Love to READ Month – February – free online access – follow SCRL website events calendar for details (Crafts, story-songs, Newcomer tips, knitting workshops, Tech tips, etc.)

    Contact

    Address
    160 Main Street Winkler, MB R6W 0M3

    Winkler Bible Camp

    Winkler Bible Camp is a non-denominational Christian camp that provides a safe Summer Camp setting for children and teens to make new friends, explore their faith, and stretch their limits. In addition to running Summer camp we host rental groups, company picnics, Outdoor Education programs, and much more!

    Winkler Bible Camp Summer Camp

    Provides a safe setting for children and teens to make new friends, explore their faith and stretch their limits. We have 2 unique sites and options for individuals in kindergarten through Grade 12, and a camp session that ranges from 2 to 5 days in length.
    What we have to offer:
    -Staff to camper ratio of 1:5
    -Long standing record or safety and trust
    -Dedicated, screened and trained Christian ministry team
    -Opportunities to build long lasting friendships
    -A non-denominational atmosphere with a clear “no pressure” Christian message
    -High standards as an accredited camp with Manitoba Camping Association and with Christian camping International
    -Time away from the distractions of media

    Please visit our website for summer schedule pricing details

    Guest Group Rentals

    Come and enjoy the serenity of an intimate wooded area without the worries of finding your way into the bush.  Located right along Manitoba Highway #3, Winkler Bible Camp is an exceptional and convenient place to host a variety of events.

    Our facility is the ideal place to host events including church or youth retreats, business meetings or seminars, weddings, banquets, company picnics and more!  We have a variety of packages to accomodate many different types of events and needs.

    Please visit our website or call our office for full details and pricing.

     

     

    WBCBeyond.com

    WBC Beyond is an online video portal with exciting shows and miniseries children and teens can enjoy.

    Allow us to entertain, teach and inspire you through our unique original content. You can follow along with the adventures of Connor and Bethany in their fort called Wonder World, laugh along with our animated shorts, or learn a new song in our music section. No matter what you end up watching, we are glad to be able to connect with you beyond the summer and our physical location.

    Contact

    Address:
    16037 HWY 3

    Mailing Address:
    Box 2340
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4C1

    Winkler Family Resource Centre

    WFRC provides quality Preschool programs to families in Winkler and the surrounding area.

    Kit and Kaboodle

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Wiggle, Giggle, Munch

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Preschool Party

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Preschool Programs in Plum Coulee

    Open to preschool children and their parent or caregiver.

    One a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    WFRC Lending Library

    New to our centre.

    Families can check out a busy binder or a board game.

    Please our available products on our website.

    Contact

    Address:
    750 15th Street
    Winkler

    Mailing address:
    PO BOX 997
    Winkler, Mb
    R6W 4B1

    Churches & Religious Organizations

    Adult & Teen Challenge of Pembina Valley

    The vision of having a “Community Office” is to provide a range of services and support to those in need. The Community Office approach has proven to be a beneficial first point of contact for anyone dealing with addiction. These offices provide meeting spaces for our Clinical and Pastoral Counselling along with Family and Outreach small group support programs. 

    As each office develops the support and relationships that have formed create a new foundation of success for graduates returning to the community. Ultimately the Community Office facilitates action in the fight against addiction by supporting and referring people to real life-changing help — a strategy that ultimately serves the whole community as it initiates and helps provide long-term lasting change.

    At Adult & Teen Challenge we believe that by working with and bringing communities together, we can effectively “Put Hope Within Reach” in the lives of those affected by a wide variety of life-controlling issues.

    This location functions as the Pembina Valley Community Ministry Office and features a thrift store. Plans have been developed to create an operational regional headquarters which will encompass a community office, residential home and sanctuary.

    Long Term Program for Addiction

    If you struggle with an addiction or a substance abuse disorder, the good news is that there’s hope. All you have to do is take the first step and reach out for help. Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada’s long-term recovery program is a suitable combination of addiction treatment models with a faith-based approach.  In our professional experience, it has provided a 78% success rate for overcoming addiction and beginning a new life.

    You can be assured of a safe and supportive environment while receiving the treatment and therapy you need to get your life back on track. Our team of addiction specialists, faith-based leaders and an everlasting community ensures every aspect of your addiction is addressed.

    We believe that real change comes from what God can do on the inside of us. If you are interested in recovery, Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada is the place for you.

    While there are multiple effective approaches to addiction, such as inpatient and outpatient treatment, long-term addiction treatment programs have the greatest statistics for a successful recovery process. Addiction treatment has come a long way, and today’s treatment programs treat both substance abuse and the underlying drivers of addiction, while instilling values, balance and faith.

    Understanding the Long-Term Program

    Full-service long-term live-in addiction treatment programs allow clients to engage in a series of evidence-based therapies on-site. Offering comfort and privacy from the outside world, clients are able to fully focus on recovery in a safe space.

    Therapists, Phase Managers, Counsellors, Pastors and Ministry Staff are on hand around the clock to provide the necessary support. This includes a series of recreational activities aimed at promoting the development of healthy coping mechanisms and encouraging fellowship between clients.  Additionally, we will guide our clients in job skills training, like workplace certifications programs and resume building.

    Is this program the same as IOP?

    Long-term programs may be thought of as intensive inpatient treatment (IOP) or Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) due to their use of long-term stays, but they go a step further by allowing guests to reside at the centers for 12-18 months. Consistent substance abuse treatment from the same team throughout the program is the standard Adult & Teen Challenge is looking to set, as drug abuse is a growing concern in Canada.

    Benefits of the Long Term Program for Addiction

    In contrast with short-term programs and outpatient treatment, long-term treatment goes one step further, steeping patients in an environment conducive to healing the mind, body and soul. At Adult & Teen Challenge, we aim to change that through the compassionate and goal-oriented approach we take in our addiction treatment.

    What we See as a Benefit

    Experience has taught us we all need to “own” the responsibility for our thoughts, choices, and life patterns. Painful experiences and complex trauma can contribute to life-controlling addiction but cannot be a reason for remaining in addiction. Within our long-term program, we will help you to take a responsible look at your life so that healing can occur.  This along with many other teaching moments will help you learn valuable lessons and guide positivity in your life. Your negative experiences do not need to dictate your future.

    Clients are able to come to terms with the root of the problem and understand the unhealthy behaviors that lead to substance abuse. The focus is on awareness, respect and honesty. Recovery is about breaking through the cycle of unhealthy behavior, and to this end, clients will be guided to form healthy coping mechanisms and regain a sense of peace in their lives.

    Ready Now Recovery

     

    Ready Now Recovery is committed to creating an outreach component designed to strategically engage the “not ready” in overcoming addictions to substances, gambling, pornography and other illicit obstacles in your life. Our goal is for everyone impacted by addictions and other life-controlling issues to have access to recovery through Jesus Christ.

    There is not a determined length of time for this program. You determine the groups you need for healthy recovery. We give resources to create an action plan and set goals concerning your relationships, education, employment, and spiritual growth. We also recommend that you build a team that helps you through the process of recovery.

    Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada rebranded our outpatient approach to Ready Now Recovery in June 2021. Guided by core values of Transformation, Accountability, Community, and Outreach, we utilize innovative and diverse methods to accomplish a broader impact, making recovery resources available all across Canada.

    What is the Ready Now Recovery Curriculum?

    Life-controlling issues are complex. They affect the whole person – mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Our groups are designed to address each of these areas, providing healing and restoration to the whole person, not just treating the symptoms.

    To complete the curriculum, Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada incorporates different elements for a well-rounded and whole recovery program.

    Addiction Education

    Help is available to help you break free from addiction. With practical and spiritual steps, the nature of your addiction can be exposed as well as any other life-controlling issues with drugs or alcohol that may have been involved in leading up until now towards a new normal where freedom exists for those who choose it!

    Breaking Free

    This seven-week curriculum series covers the topic of addiction through a biblical worldview. Topics include: Exposing the Nature of Addiction, Confronting Toxic Denial, Understanding Grief & Addiction, Ending the Addictive Cycle, Building a New Legacy, and Establishing a New Normal.

    Stepping Into Freedom

    Stepping into Freedom is a Christ-centered twelve-step program suggested for use in support groups, recovery groups and home groups. It offers help for anyone struggling with a life-controlling problem like drug addiction, alcoholism, sexual addiction, gambling or workaholism.

    Social Development

    Healthy relationships are the key to success. But they’re not easy! This group will equip you with tools for investing in your life and navigating any interactions, whether those be strained because addictions or other controlling issues like abuse–or even just everyday struggles like poverty that sometimes come into play when one person has more power than another over decisions of loved ones.

    Concerned Persons

    This 9-week course is designed for people with a relationship with a person with a life-controlling problem. It emphasizes the need for each other. It helps people focus on Christ rather than on the problem. It provides a way to minister to people’s felt needs and then pointing them to Christ and ways/means to overcome addiction.

    Family/Loved Ones Support Program

    Adult & Teen Challenge’s Family Support Groups

    Concerned Persons Group is a crucial part of Ready Now Recovery, as we have seen first-hand the impact a loved one can have on a person struggling with addiction when they have learned healthy coping skills and have broken free from codependency.

    This is a group for people who have or have had a loved one struggling with life-controlling addictions. Concerned Persons walks group members through enabling, codependency and healthy communication with their loved one. Boundaries is another course that we offer for family members.

    This course teaches people how to set healthy boundaries to protect their personal well-being while walking alongside someone who is struggling.

    For more information or to register:

    Stepping into Freedom - Altona Victory in Christ Church

    Faith bases 12 Step program for anyone who wants help with their addiction.  Wednesdays 7-9pm.

    LifeLine

    Support group for those who have attended treatment and are looking for accountability and support.

    Winkler, 390 1st St  Thursdays 7-9pm

    Concerned Persons

    Support group for loved ones of those living with addiction.  Call 204-332-1932 to register for next available group.

    Contact

    324 Cargill Road, Winkler Manitoba, R6W 0K4

    Bethel Bergthaler Mennonite Church

    Bethel is a congregation of people who desire to worship and serve our Lord, Jesus Christ in practical ways. The purpose of Bethel Church is to make and develop disciples for Jesus Christ, locally and around the world. We have many avenues of ministry such as: children’s ministries including Awana, Sunday School and Children’s Church; youth groups; men’s and women’s ministries and care groups. We have many opportunities for you to learn, live, serve and grow.

    Sunday Morning Worship Services

    Sunday morning worship service available in-person and online at 10:30AM. Open to everyone.

    Children’s Church available during our worship services (age 3-gr.1)

    Junior & Senior Youth Groups

    Jr Youth: grades 8-9
    Tuesdays 7:00-9:00 PM,
    Sr Youth: grades 9-12
    Mondays 7:00-9:30 PM

    Sunday School

    Every Sunday 9:15-10:15
    For ages 3 and up (including youth and adult classes)

    Women's and Men's Programming

    Various days of the week
    For women or men of all ages
    Go to ourbethelchurch.com for more info

    Care Groups

    Care Groups are smaller groups that meet for Bible study and support various days of the week
    Open to all adults (individuals and couples)

    Mom & Tots

    Every Sunday 9:15-10:15
    For ages 3 and up (including youth and adult classes)

    AWANA

    Wednesdays 7:15 – 8:45 PM (September – April)
    Awana has been an integral part of Bethel’s children’s ministry for many years and it continues to have a massive impact in our children’s lives and in the surrounding communities.

    Contact

    Address:
    4130 Highway 32
    Winkler, MB

    Mailing Address:
    Box 197 Winkler, MB, R6W 4A5

    Christ Full Gospel Fellowship

    At Christ Full Gospel Fellowship, our mission is two-pronged, and based on the Great Commandment, found in Matthew 22:38-39 (” … ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbour as yourself.”), and the Great Commission found in Matthew 28:18-20. ( “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”)

    From these two passages of scripture we feel we have a five point mandate. 
    – to love God with all that we have and everything that is in us. 
    – to love our neighbour in the same way we love ourselves 
    – to go into all the world teaching people to know Christ and to follow His ways 
    – baptizing new believers into the church 
    – to teach and prepare all believers in Christ to minister in the church and to share Christ’s love and forgiveness with others

    To help us fulfill this mission, we conduct services where we offer praise and worship to God for His wonderful gift, His Son Jesus Christ. In every service the desire is to create an atmosphere where the presence of the Holy Spirit will be allowed to minister. This is done through contemporary praise and worship music, and inspiring faith filled messages. The teaching is practical enough to allow everyone to implement God’s Word in their own lives. Sunday services, Tuesday evening services, special events like banquets, musical pageants, sock hops, Easter egg hunts, and daily vacation Bible school, are events we use to allow friends, family, and hopefully those who would not normally attend church, to come and enjoy the Lord’s presence and the church family. Along side of the local activity, we are also involved in other regions. Members of this church have been involved in prison ministry as well as ministry in Mexico, the Philippines, and Africa. Through Victory Churches International, our involvement in missions has expanded beyond what we were capable of doing by ourselves. It has been our pleasure to see people come to the saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ, as well as being involved in planting and establishing churches, orphanages, feeding centres, and schools throughout the world.

    MIGHTY MEN OF VALOUR

    Master Builders Men’s Ministry
    Master – adjective – a skilled practitioner of a particular art or activity. Builder – one who constructs by putting parts or materials together. When you put these two words together, you get an idea of the concept behind Master Builder’s at Christ Full Gospel Fellowship. This group consists of men, sixteen years of age or older, and focuses on building.
    Firstly to build our individual lives. To develop in the character of Christ, to grow in maturity and integrity, to build accountability, to build relationships that will allow each one to help build the other.
    Secondly, we desire to build strong families. Families that will establish homes where Christ can be at the centre. Homes that are established in the love, security, peace, and harmony that Christ desires for us.
    Thirdly, to build strong churches. Churches that are able to share the love of God, stand for righteousness, train disciples, and reach the world for Jesus Christ.
    To build strong communities. Communities where righteousness is exalted, and law and order are embraced. Communities that provide a safe, healthy environment to raise children, and to engage in commerce.
    In pursuit of these goals, the men meet for breakfast the first Saturday of every month, go on camping weekends, tackle work projects, cook lunch for the church, and other activities which provide times of both fun and refreshing.

    J.E.W.E.L.S.

    Ladies Ministry
    The J.E.W.E.L.’s at Christ Full Gospel Fellowship are women who are at least sixteen years of age. They meet at 8:00 a.m. on the first Saturday of every month. During this time, this group of ladies spend time building relationships with each other as well as the Lord, as they study principles from God’s Word. This is also a time where they discuss and find ways to implement various projects to help fund mission outreaches. Whether organizing garage sales, making pies, hosting a tea, or implementing any number of other things, the women’s ministry helps facilitate support for the local church as well as for orphanages and outreaches around the world.
    These women prove themselves to be precious jewels, whose husbands can rise up and call them blessed.

    YOUTH

    The youth group consists of those members of the church who are from ten to eighteen years old.  They meet Friday nights from seven to nine, under the direction of David & Melissa Guenther, at the chruch. The evenings consist of solid Biblical instruction in a fun, safe, loving environment. Special events and outings, like conventions, pizza parties, work parties, sports, and games nights, along with church involvement, give many opportunities to learn and grow in Christian character. These activities also become times to invite others to experience the Jesus life. Many of the youth from Christ Full Gospel Fellowship have enjoyed involvement in various mission trips and opportunities that are offered through Victory Churches International.

    KIDS CHURCH

    Train up a child in the way he should go, even when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6
    At Christ Full Gospel Fellowship we invite all children to enter the K.I.D.S. (Kids In Divine Service) programs. We believe children are our most valuable resource and are dedicated to encouraging spiritual and social growth in them.
    Our mission is to provide the best possible care, comfort, safety, guidance, and instruction (using age appropriate materials), to help each child grow in a personal relationship with Jesus. The Bible is our text book. Other books and printed material, programs, videos, puppets, and games are used as resources to bring the teachings of the Bible alive in the minds and hearts of our children.
    Our adult and teen volunteers are trained in child safety and security to help ensure the safety of your child. Under the direction of David and Melissa Gunther, they are living examples, demonstrating the love of God to each child, and reinforcing the values imparted by the parents.
    At Christ Full Gospel Fellowship, we strive for a well rounded ministry of instruction, evangelism, discipleship, Bible memory, outreach events, mission projects, worship, sports activities, special events and ministry opportunities.
    Our goal is to make Christ Full Gospel Fellowship one of the most exciting places for children to be. We want them to not only grow spiritually, and socially, but also have fun just being a child. 3 John 1:4 I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth.

    WORSHIP TEAM

    Various instruments and voices combine to produce the victorious praise and heartfelt worship which are an integral part of the life of the church. Every week the worship team at Christ Full Gospel Fellowship seeks the direction and leading of the Holy Spirit as they prepare songs designed to bring the congregation into a place of worship.
    Since several of the contemporary style songs have been written by members of the team, they capture the spirit of where this church is currently at.
    Anyone with the ability and the desire to minister to the Lord through music is encouraged to contact Pastor Bryan Wiebe. He imparts direction and vision to this vital ministry.
    “Give unto the Lord, O ye mighty, give unto the Lord glory and strength.  Give unto the Lord the glory due his name; worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.  The voice of the Lord is upon the woters: the God of glory thundereth: the Lord is upon many waters.”  -Psalm 29:1-3

    HOSPITALITY

    Hospitality is described as “the friendly and generous treatment of guests or strangers”. At Christ Full Gospel Fellowship each person who enters is given a warm smile and friendly handshake at the front door. Many first time attenders have commented on the feeling of coming home, of the acceptance extended by the whole congregation. It is our desire to have every person know they are important, regardless of age, sex, ability, or nationality.

    Greeters and ushers may extend the first welcome, but it is the invites to lunch, homes, teas, and other social events that allow everybody to get involved in welcoming those who are searching for a church home, a place to belong.

    “Rejoicing in hope; patient in tribulation; continuing instant in prayer; distributing to the necessity of saints; given to hospitality.  Bless them which persecute you: bless, and curse not.  Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep.” -Romans 12:12-15

    Academy - ACCELERATED CHRISTIAN EDUCATION

    “Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it”. (Proverbs 22:6)

    At Christ Full Gospel Christian Academy we take this scripture as our mandate to train young men and women to be the best they can be. Every student is encouraged to develop to their full potential. Godly principles are used to lay a foundation upon which each student will grow academically as well as spiritually, socially, and morally. High standards of excellence are achieved by placing an emphasis on moral values and Godly character, as well as self-discipline, goal setting and achievements.

    In 2003-2004 the school opened with the Kindergarten class, and has grown to encompass most grade levels. The Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.) curriculum is used to promote Biblically based, Godly character through core subjects while still maintaining well rounded academics. The individualized learning system allows each student to work at their own pace and level.

    Certified staff provide one-on-one assistance to help every student master areas of personal difficulty through out their school experience. Many of the students plan to further their studies after graduation in Canada or abroad.

    The core curriculum provides students with academics, skill building, reading practice, character and wisdom training, and a knowledge of God and His Word.

    It is our desire to work together with the parents, to train and to educate every child to become the best that they can be. Our goal is to train and to develop the whole student – spirit, soul, and body. We encourage each of student to reach for their highest level in academic, physical, and spiritual development.

    The Bible declares that children are a heritage from the Lord. We encourage every parent to provide the opportunity for your children to grow in the nurture and admonition of the Lord, as they are trained to live responsible and successful lives based on God’s Word.

     

    Curriculum

    The core curriculum provides students with academics, skill building, reading practice, character and wisdom training, and a knowledge of God andHis Word.

     

    Our Desire

    It is our desire to work together with the parents, to train and to educate every child to become the best that they can be. Our goal is to train and to develop the whole student – spirit, soul, and body. We encourage each of student to reach for their highest level in academic, physical, and spiritual development.

    Contact

    Address:
    75 Elm St. Plum Coulee, MB

    Cornerstone Vineyard Christian Fellowship

    We are a church that loves to worship the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Having received God’s love and forgiveness, we believe that as God has called each of us, He also sends each of us to transform the world around us at home and at work. Bringing the presence of the Holy Spirit within us and constantly listening to His voice, we enter into what He has already prepared in His kingdom.

    Sunday Gathering

    Join us at 10:30am each Sunday as we share a time of fellowship, worship, and learning from the Word of God.

    Kingdom Kids

    Kids ages 4-18 years old are invited to join us each Sunday morning at 9:15am for a dedicated children’s program including music, Bible lessons, and snacks.

    Contact

    287 4th Street, Winkler, MB, R6W 0M5

    Covenant Mennonite Church

    We are a Christian faith community within the Mennonite Church Manitoba family of congregations. We meet each Sunday morning for worship, and we enjoy sharing time with one another and offering love and support to each person. Our desire and hope is to know God as revealed in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and to be Spirit-filled agents of God’s truth, justice and love in the world.

    Worship Service

    Worship service, Sunday 11:00 am (on Zoom during public health restrictions)

    Shared Potluck Lunch

    Shared potluck lunch every Sunday after worship (when we can meet unrestricted).  Outdoor picnic style in summer.

    Christian Education for All Ages

    Christian education for all ages, Sunday 9:45am (when we can meet unrestricted).

    Book Club

    Book Club meets occasionally to study a book of relevance to our Christian discipleship.

    Contact

    Address:
    363 8th St. Winkler

    Mailing address:
    Box 29 Winkler, MB R6W 4A4

    Emmanual Mennonite Church

    Mission Statement: To be an inviting, Christ-centered community in which people are being transformed to live like Jesus.

    Worship – 10:15am

    GPS (Sunday School) occurs during the sermon slot

    IN-PERSON SERVICES
    In-Person services and Livestream services are available

    on Sundays at 10:15am

    Livestream Services are available through the link

    on the “watch live” section

    of this website.

    Contact

    Gospel Mission Church

    Weekend Worship Services

    Weekend Worship Services

    In person Services
    Saturday 6:00pm
    Sunday 8:30am, 10:00am, 11:30amWeekend Worship Services

    Kids Ministry Runs Sunday’s 8:30am & 11:30am for Age 3 (Born in 2017) to Grade 6 (Born in 2009)

    Online Streamed Service Sunday’s 10:00am only

     

     

    Youth

    Jr. Youth Grade 6 – Grade 8
    Wednesday’s 7:30pm

    Sr. Youth Grade 9 – Grade 12
    Wednesday’s 7:30pm

    Women's Morning Out

    Women’s Morning Out

    Runs September – November,  March – May
    Monday’s 9:30am – 11:00am

    Lifegroups for anyone age 18 (or graduated) and up!

    Our groups consist of a variety of different life stages as well.  From single, or married with kids, we will help you to find a group that fits what you are looking for!  Most Lifegroups meet every other week and consist of 8-12 people.  Message Lifegroups@gmchurch.ca for more information or to sign up.

    Contact

    855 15th Street

    Grace Mennonite Church

    Our mission is to love God, love others and make disciples of Jesus Christ by being a pillar and foundation of the truth of scripture under the power of the Holy Spirit.

    Sunday Services

    Sunday mornings, 10:45 am

    Open to all.

    Livestream on YouTube at Grace Church Winkler

    Contact

    Address
    1350 Pembina Ave, Winkler, MB

    Mailing Address
    Box 1616, Winkler, MB, R6W 4B5

    Harvest Christian Fellowship(Plum Coulee)

    Harvest Christian Fellowship is a place to belong, worship, grow and serve. Our purpose is to build the Kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ and nurture believers through worship, instruction, fellowship and service.

    Sunday Morning Worship Service

    Sunday Worship Service

     

    In-person worship Service

    Sunday at 10:15am

    Everyone is welcome!

    Junior & Senior Youth

    Wednesdays 7:30pm Jr- Grades 7 & 8 Sr- Grades 9-12
    September – May
    No Cost.
    Go to harvestchristianfellowship.ca for more info

    Contact

    Address
    51 Centre Street North, Plum Coulee, MB

    Mailing address:
    PO Box 14 Plum Coulee, MB R0G 1R0

    Pathway Community Church

    At Pathway Community Church we are all about guiding people to become more and more like Jesus. We want to reach those who have walked away from Church and faith so that they come back into life-giving relationship with Jesus. We want to provide a space for those who are not sure about organized religion and have questions they need to ask. At the end of the day we are simply all about journeying together in life as we pursue wholeness in Christ.

    Sunday Worship Experience

    Every Sunday at 11:00am (currently online only).
    – It’s for everyone.
    – No cost.
    – No sign-up.
    For ways to join us www.pathwaycc.net/sunday

    Pathway Kids

    Pathway Kids is here to partner with you to develop your kids’ faith. To learn more or to find parenting resources, make sure to join our Facebook group or follow us on Instagram. For the weekly worship experience visit www.pathwaycc.net/kids!
    –  Online content for Pre-K to Pre-Teen + parent resources.

    City Center Youth

    Monday’s (Jr High) and Thursday’s (High School) are youth nights. We meet at 7pm weekly! We worship, meet friends and hear hope-filled messages that lead us closer to Jesus. For more information and to join us visit www.pathwaycc.net/citycenteryouth

    Young Adults

    Pathway Young Adults is the perfect place to find community and connection with other believers in your stage of life.

    This group meets to worship God together through the study of His word, prayer in His Spirit, and proclamation of His goodness. Through this we desire unity, so that Christ may find His bride as one on the day He returns.

    https://pathwaycc.churchcenter.com/groups/life-groups/young-adults

    MOPS

    MOPS is an open, accepting place for all mothers who have children between the ages of 0-5, to experience authentic community, personal growth, practical help and spiritual growth.
    MOPS offers community, prayer, video sessions, crafts, and speakers. LINK TO JOIN: https://pathwaycc.churchcenter.com/groups/life-groups/mops

     

    Financial Coaching

    Our Deacons, as financial coaches, assist in processing Financial Assistance Requests.  The Scriptures tell us to use it for God’s Kingdom and our Deacons can help you learn how. Whether you’re setting a budget, navigating difficulty or managing your giving, financial coaching is here to help you do it in a God-honoring way.
    For more information contact: deacons@pathwaycc.net

    Contact

    OFFICE
    107-191 Kimberly Rd
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4A5

    CHURCH
    252 6 Street
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 0A9

    Mailing address:
    Box 203
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4A5
    Canada

    Pembina Valley Baptist Church

    We are an independent Baptist church seeking to glorify God in every aspect of our life and ministry. Everything that we believe and the principles that we live by are founded in the Bible. You will find a ministry that seeks to uplift Christ and please Him in every area of ministry. Our desire is that God would use the Pembina Valley Baptist Church to help you draw close to the Saviour and give you the tools necessary to grow in grace.

    Church Services

    Sundays at 11:00am & 6:00pm.
    Wednesdays at 7:00pm.
    Everyone welcome to attend,  nursery is provided.

     

    Sunday School

    Sunday’s at 10:00am.
    Everyone is welcome to attend, nursery provided.

    Master Club Program

    Wednesday’s at 7:00pm.
    Children 2-12 years old are welcome.
    There is no cost to attend.

    Youth Program

    Friday’s at 7:00pm.
    Young people 12-18 years old are welcome.
    There is no cost to attend.

    Canadian Baptist Bible College

    Registration of those 16 years of age and older must be completed and accepted to attend.
    Classes are held Tuesday, Thursday, Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. There is a cost for each class which is totaled upon registration.

    CanAmera Baptist Missions International

    CanAmera Baptist Missions International is a ministry of the Pembina Valley Baptist Church, and is a Bible-based, unashamedly Baptist mission––making a difference in local church missions with a sound, proven approach.

    We are a full-service, no fee, faith-based ministry, and will accept missionary candidates from independent Baptist churches of like-faith, doctrine and practice.

    CanAmera Baptist Missions International is a local church ministry, established to help other local churches in getting their God-called missionaries to the place God has called them. If we can partner with you in this endeavor for Christ, please contact us at canamera@pvbc.ca.

    Contact

    Address:
    120 Manitoba Road Winkler, MB

    Mailing address:
    Box 415 Winkler, Manitoba R6W 4A6

    Winkler Bergthaler Mennonite Church

    The Purpose of Our Church To Glorify God The Vision of Our Church To bring people to Jesus Christ and help them become fully devoted followers. The Mission of Our Church – We will reach people by developing caring relationship through Life Groups, Missions, Outreach Programs in the community and by worshiping together through solid Biblical preaching, singing, giving and fellowship.

    Contact

    Address:
    252 6th Street

    Mailing address:
    Box 1207 Winkler, MB R6W 4B2

    Winkler Bible Camp

    Winkler Bible Camp is a non-denominational Christian camp that provides a safe Summer Camp setting for children and teens to make new friends, explore their faith, and stretch their limits. In addition to running Summer camp we host rental groups, company picnics, Outdoor Education programs, and much more!

    Winkler Bible Camp Summer Camp

    Provides a safe setting for children and teens to make new friends, explore their faith and stretch their limits. We have 2 unique sites and options for individuals in kindergarten through Grade 12, and a camp session that ranges from 2 to 5 days in length.
    What we have to offer:
    -Staff to camper ratio of 1:5
    -Long standing record or safety and trust
    -Dedicated, screened and trained Christian ministry team
    -Opportunities to build long lasting friendships
    -A non-denominational atmosphere with a clear “no pressure” Christian message
    -High standards as an accredited camp with Manitoba Camping Association and with Christian camping International
    -Time away from the distractions of media

    Please visit our website for summer schedule pricing details

    Guest Group Rentals

    Come and enjoy the serenity of an intimate wooded area without the worries of finding your way into the bush.  Located right along Manitoba Highway #3, Winkler Bible Camp is an exceptional and convenient place to host a variety of events.

    Our facility is the ideal place to host events including church or youth retreats, business meetings or seminars, weddings, banquets, company picnics and more!  We have a variety of packages to accomodate many different types of events and needs.

    Please visit our website or call our office for full details and pricing.

     

     

    WBCBeyond.com

    WBC Beyond is an online video portal with exciting shows and miniseries children and teens can enjoy.

    Allow us to entertain, teach and inspire you through our unique original content. You can follow along with the adventures of Connor and Bethany in their fort called Wonder World, laugh along with our animated shorts, or learn a new song in our music section. No matter what you end up watching, we are glad to be able to connect with you beyond the summer and our physical location.

    Contact

    Address:
    16037 HWY 3

    Mailing Address:
    Box 2340
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4C1

    Winkler MB Church

    Winkler Mennonite Brethren Church logo

    Our desire at WMBC is to be a people and place of refuge. We are here for you and we’re going to help you take your next step to finding peace and hope and belonging. Jesus knows you and really cares for you, and so do we.

    Support Groups

    DivorceCare – a support group where you can find help and healing for the hurt of separation and divorce

    DivorceCare for Kids – a support group to help your children, 5-12 years old, heal from the pain caused by a separation or divorce

    Single & Parenting – a support group where you can get parenting wisdom, hope and encouragement

    Weekly Programming

    Sunday Services – 9:30am & 11:00am

    Services that bring relevant teaching from the Bible and worship that draws us to the power of the Holy Spirit to change our lives!

     

    Wednesday Night Service for Teens – 7:30pm

    Youth Service for Jr & Sr High Students

    Care Response Team

    If you are need of help with physical needs such as clothing, furniture, bedding, etc. we are often able to assist families in that way in partnership with Central Station.

    Counselling & Prayer

    We believe that there is power and purpose in prayer and having someone listen to your story. If you’d like to connect with someone to get help with emotional hurts, we are here for you.

    Contact

    120 Pineview Dr.
    Winkler MB
    R6W 1T3

    Winkler Sommerfeld Church

    The Winkler Sommerfeld Mennonite Church is one of 13 Sommerfeld churches in our conference. We have two church services on Sunday mornings. During the 9:00am English service, we sing traditional hymns at the beginning, middle and end of each service. Our 10:30am service proceeds in a split service first half Low German second half English language. Sunday School happens in English during both services for the children.

    Office Hours

    Office Hours

    Monday – Friday 9:00am – 12:00 noon
    Phone (204)315-7676

    Contact

    189 2nd Street Winkler, MB

    Mailing address:
    189 2nd Street Winkler, Manitoba R6W 3N2

    Clothing & Thrift Stores

    Adult & Teen Challenge Super Thrift Pembina Valley

    A charity thrift store with all funds raised benefitting the Adult & Teen Challenge addiction support programs throughout the Pembina Valley.

    Contact

    324 Cargill Road Winkler MB R6W 0K4

    204-325-6851

    Clubs & Other

    Flatlands Theatre Company

    Flatlands theatre company desires to create a safe environment for all ages to use their gifts, talents, and imagination. FTC desires to inspire individuals to develop their skills through classes as well as productions led by local theatre professionals.

    Fall Theatre Classes

    For ages 5 – Grade 12
    Runs October – November

    Fall Production

    Fall Production, first full weekend in November.
    Contact flatlandstheatreco@gmail.com for audition details.
    Tickets are available through P.W. Enns Centennial Concert Hall.

    Spring Theatre Classes & Student Production

    January through the weekend before Spring Break.

    Contact flatlandstheatreco@gmail.com for details and tickets.

    Spring Production

    First full weekend in May.

    Contact flatlandtheatreco@gmail.com for audition details.

    Tickets are available through P.W. Enns Centennial Concert Hall.

    Somethin' in the Park

    Monday night’s throughout June & July at the Bethel Heritage Park.

    Contact flatlandtheatreco@gmail.com for auditions & details.

    Contact

    Concert Hall 783 Mountain Avenue Winkler, MB

    Mailing Address
    Box 366 Winkler, MB R6W 4A6

    Website Email

    Gateway Resources

    The vision at Gateway Resources is to maximize the growth and development of adults living with an intellectual disability thereby empowering them to live full and productive lives both at work and in their community.

    Gateways Summer Day Camp

    A summer camp designated for children 5-12

    July 5-9, July 12-16, July 19-23

    August 9-13, August 16-20, August 23-27

    Each camp runs from 9am-4pm.

    Registration is for each individual week.

    Each week costs $85 per child.

    Sign up at Gateway resources website or contact Mike Klassen at mike@gatewayresourcesinc.com

    or (204)325-7304 ext 228

    Contact

    1582 Pembina Ave. W.
    Winkler Manitoba
    R6W 4B4

    Pembina Valley Baptist Church

    We are an independent Baptist church seeking to glorify God in every aspect of our life and ministry. Everything that we believe and the principles that we live by are founded in the Bible. You will find a ministry that seeks to uplift Christ and please Him in every area of ministry. Our desire is that God would use the Pembina Valley Baptist Church to help you draw close to the Saviour and give you the tools necessary to grow in grace.

    Church Services

    Sundays at 11:00am & 6:00pm.
    Wednesdays at 7:00pm.
    Everyone welcome to attend,  nursery is provided.

     

    Sunday School

    Sunday’s at 10:00am.
    Everyone is welcome to attend, nursery provided.

    Master Club Program

    Wednesday’s at 7:00pm.
    Children 2-12 years old are welcome.
    There is no cost to attend.

    Youth Program

    Friday’s at 7:00pm.
    Young people 12-18 years old are welcome.
    There is no cost to attend.

    Canadian Baptist Bible College

    Registration of those 16 years of age and older must be completed and accepted to attend.
    Classes are held Tuesday, Thursday, Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. There is a cost for each class which is totaled upon registration.

    CanAmera Baptist Missions International

    CanAmera Baptist Missions International is a ministry of the Pembina Valley Baptist Church, and is a Bible-based, unashamedly Baptist mission––making a difference in local church missions with a sound, proven approach.

    We are a full-service, no fee, faith-based ministry, and will accept missionary candidates from independent Baptist churches of like-faith, doctrine and practice.

    CanAmera Baptist Missions International is a local church ministry, established to help other local churches in getting their God-called missionaries to the place God has called them. If we can partner with you in this endeavor for Christ, please contact us at canamera@pvbc.ca.

    Contact

    Address:
    120 Manitoba Road Winkler, MB

    Mailing address:
    Box 415 Winkler, Manitoba R6W 4A6

    Winkler and District Multi-purpose Senior Centre

    The Senior Centre is a focal point in Winkler and surrounding district providing opportunities for persons 55 plus to experience a positive and dignified retirement lifestyle in their community.
    We provide services that engage the whole person including sport, community, volunteerism, personal wellness, and meals.

    Services for Seniors

    Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm, summer hours 8am-4pm.

    Our purpose to to make seniors aware and are provided access to services that assist seniors in maintaining their independence. A place where senior and caregivers can find resources and information to assist them in caregiving decisions and issues. We continue to expand our services to meet the needs of the aging population.

    We offer:

    ERIK (Emergency Response Information Kits ($2 suggested donation)

    Referrals for footcare, transportation, housekeeping

    Medical Equipment Rentals

    Assistance with filling out various forms

    Check in calls

    Health and Safety Promotions

    Please contact the office for information regarding availability of services and/or possible fees for services. For more information check our website.

     

     

    Congregate Meals/Meals on Wheels

    The main purpose to serve the needs of a population of older adults in our community and provide a well balanced meal at a reasonable cost.

    Cost $8.00 per meal.

     

    Congregate meal program at Winkler Senior Centre:

    5 days week noon meal program at 12:00

     

    Congregate meal program at Cedar Estates:

    5 days a week noon meal program – Monday to Friday at 12:00

     

    Meals on Wheels cooked at Winkler Senior Centre:

    3 days a week noon meal program – Monday, Wednesday, Friday

    Delivery between 11:30-12:30

    We deliver within the city of Winkler limits as our kitchen and volunteer driver capacity limit permits.

     

    Menus and information are available online at www.winklerseniorcentre.com

    For more information or to register for meals call the office.

     

    Senior Centre Recreational Programs

    We are a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for older adults to experience a positive and dignified retirement lifestyle in their community.

    Provides a service that engages the whole person including sort, community, volunteerism, personal wellness and meals. A place for caregivers to find resources and information to assist in caregiving decisions and issues.

    A place for older adults to find friendship and resources for day to day living.

    Programs and services include:

    Blood pressure/Blood glucose clinics

    Board and card games

    Coffee all day

    Fitness programs and Gym

    Floor curling and floor shuffle

    Free Wifi (internet access)

    Gift shoppe

    Health topics

    Jam sessions

    Line dancing

    Library (books and puzzles to loan)

    Pickleball

    Presentations/Workshops

    Services for seniors

    Tea room

    Waffle Breakfast

    Volunteer opportunities

     

    Contact

    Address:
    650 South Railway Ave

    Mailing:
    102-650 Railway Ave
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0L6

    Winkler Bible Camp

    Winkler Bible Camp is a non-denominational Christian camp that provides a safe Summer Camp setting for children and teens to make new friends, explore their faith, and stretch their limits. In addition to running Summer camp we host rental groups, company picnics, Outdoor Education programs, and much more!

    Winkler Bible Camp Summer Camp

    Provides a safe setting for children and teens to make new friends, explore their faith and stretch their limits. We have 2 unique sites and options for individuals in kindergarten through Grade 12, and a camp session that ranges from 2 to 5 days in length.
    What we have to offer:
    -Staff to camper ratio of 1:5
    -Long standing record or safety and trust
    -Dedicated, screened and trained Christian ministry team
    -Opportunities to build long lasting friendships
    -A non-denominational atmosphere with a clear “no pressure” Christian message
    -High standards as an accredited camp with Manitoba Camping Association and with Christian camping International
    -Time away from the distractions of media

    Please visit our website for summer schedule pricing details

    Guest Group Rentals

    Come and enjoy the serenity of an intimate wooded area without the worries of finding your way into the bush.  Located right along Manitoba Highway #3, Winkler Bible Camp is an exceptional and convenient place to host a variety of events.

    Our facility is the ideal place to host events including church or youth retreats, business meetings or seminars, weddings, banquets, company picnics and more!  We have a variety of packages to accomodate many different types of events and needs.

    Please visit our website or call our office for full details and pricing.

     

     

    WBCBeyond.com

    WBC Beyond is an online video portal with exciting shows and miniseries children and teens can enjoy.

    Allow us to entertain, teach and inspire you through our unique original content. You can follow along with the adventures of Connor and Bethany in their fort called Wonder World, laugh along with our animated shorts, or learn a new song in our music section. No matter what you end up watching, we are glad to be able to connect with you beyond the summer and our physical location.

    Contact

    Address:
    16037 HWY 3

    Mailing Address:
    Box 2340
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4C1

    Winkler Family Resource Centre

    WFRC provides quality Preschool programs to families in Winkler and the surrounding area.

    Kit and Kaboodle

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Wiggle, Giggle, Munch

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Preschool Party

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Preschool Programs in Plum Coulee

    Open to preschool children and their parent or caregiver.

    One a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    WFRC Lending Library

    New to our centre.

    Families can check out a busy binder or a board game.

    Please our available products on our website.

    Contact

    Address:
    750 15th Street
    Winkler

    Mailing address:
    PO BOX 997
    Winkler, Mb
    R6W 4B1

    Community Development

    Cafe 545

    Cafe 545, A free community meal on Monday nights. We welcome everyone to come and join and build community together. No sign up is required for the meal, however rides are available through Central Station. We currently run from 5:00 – 6:30pm with in person dining.  If you are interested in volunteering to help serve, or work in the kitchen we encourage you to reach out to us on our social media channels or email.

     

    Contact

    555 Main St. Winkler, MB

    Gateway Resources

    The vision at Gateway Resources is to maximize the growth and development of adults living with an intellectual disability thereby empowering them to live full and productive lives both at work and in their community.

    Gateways Summer Day Camp

    A summer camp designated for children 5-12

    July 5-9, July 12-16, July 19-23

    August 9-13, August 16-20, August 23-27

    Each camp runs from 9am-4pm.

    Registration is for each individual week.

    Each week costs $85 per child.

    Sign up at Gateway resources website or contact Mike Klassen at mike@gatewayresourcesinc.com

    or (204)325-7304 ext 228

    Contact

    1582 Pembina Ave. W.
    Winkler Manitoba
    R6W 4B4

    Regional Connections

    Regional Connections supports newcomers to Canada and community members with settlement, employment, language training and community connection services. Services are free for all participants.

    Office hours are Monday – Thursday, 8:30am – 9:00pm
    Friday – 8:30am – 4:30pm

    Settlement Services

    Needs assessment, settlement plan, and information on living in Canada for all newcomers.

    Settlement Workers in School (SWIS)

    Support for newcomer students and families in Garden Valley School Division.

    Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)

    Home visit program for isolated newcomer mothers of preschool aged children.

    Employment Services

    Job search, resume writing, cover letter writing and public job boards for all community members; public job search area includes 2 computers for public use, internet, printing and fax; employment-related group information sessions for newcomers and all community members on employment standards, workplace culture, career success, trades qualification, post-secondary options etc

    Language training

    ESL for newcomers, CLB 1-8, for English in the community and at work.

    Manitoba Adult Literacy Program

    All community members with literacy needs, typically those with less than 8 years of formal education.

    English at Work

    Classes for ESL and literacy in the workplace.

    Conversation circles and language buddies for informal language learning.

    Onsite childcare is available at Regional Connections for students in English classes.

    Community Connections

    Referrals and connections to community resources; volunteer program to help social connections and meet community members.

    Community Mentorship Program

    Support newcomers during their first year in the community; multicultural events and activities.

    Contact

    2-295 Perry Street
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0K9

    Winkler and District Multi-purpose Senior Centre

    The Senior Centre is a focal point in Winkler and surrounding district providing opportunities for persons 55 plus to experience a positive and dignified retirement lifestyle in their community.
    We provide services that engage the whole person including sport, community, volunteerism, personal wellness, and meals.

    Services for Seniors

    Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm, summer hours 8am-4pm.

    Our purpose to to make seniors aware and are provided access to services that assist seniors in maintaining their independence. A place where senior and caregivers can find resources and information to assist them in caregiving decisions and issues. We continue to expand our services to meet the needs of the aging population.

    We offer:

    ERIK (Emergency Response Information Kits ($2 suggested donation)

    Referrals for footcare, transportation, housekeeping

    Medical Equipment Rentals

    Assistance with filling out various forms

    Check in calls

    Health and Safety Promotions

    Please contact the office for information regarding availability of services and/or possible fees for services. For more information check our website.

     

     

    Congregate Meals/Meals on Wheels

    The main purpose to serve the needs of a population of older adults in our community and provide a well balanced meal at a reasonable cost.

    Cost $8.00 per meal.

     

    Congregate meal program at Winkler Senior Centre:

    5 days week noon meal program at 12:00

     

    Congregate meal program at Cedar Estates:

    5 days a week noon meal program – Monday to Friday at 12:00

     

    Meals on Wheels cooked at Winkler Senior Centre:

    3 days a week noon meal program – Monday, Wednesday, Friday

    Delivery between 11:30-12:30

    We deliver within the city of Winkler limits as our kitchen and volunteer driver capacity limit permits.

     

    Menus and information are available online at www.winklerseniorcentre.com

    For more information or to register for meals call the office.

     

    Senior Centre Recreational Programs

    We are a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for older adults to experience a positive and dignified retirement lifestyle in their community.

    Provides a service that engages the whole person including sort, community, volunteerism, personal wellness and meals. A place for caregivers to find resources and information to assist in caregiving decisions and issues.

    A place for older adults to find friendship and resources for day to day living.

    Programs and services include:

    Blood pressure/Blood glucose clinics

    Board and card games

    Coffee all day

    Fitness programs and Gym

    Floor curling and floor shuffle

    Free Wifi (internet access)

    Gift shoppe

    Health topics

    Jam sessions

    Line dancing

    Library (books and puzzles to loan)

    Pickleball

    Presentations/Workshops

    Services for seniors

    Tea room

    Waffle Breakfast

    Volunteer opportunities

     

    Contact

    Address:
    650 South Railway Ave

    Mailing:
    102-650 Railway Ave
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0L6

    Winkler Central Station

    Central Station is a community centre in the heart of Winkler. We have a drop-in space that is open Monday – Friday and offer a variety of programs year round. We work closely with the Winkler & District Food Cupboard and Cafe 545 Community Meal as we believe food brings people together! We are a hub that can help connect community members to the resources they’re needing.

    Drop In

    • Days Monday–Friday
    • Cost Free!

    We are open every day of the week for you to drop-in & say hello. We have wifi & computer access, phone access, and can help with filling out, printing, faxing or scanning documents.

    Monday 9AM-6:30PM

    Tuesday 9AM-2PM

    Wednesday 9AM-5PM

    Thursday 9AM-2PM

    Friday 9AM-2PM

    Community Care

    The Community Care Program brings individuals and families and their supporters together, to work through complicated life issues and make life better.

    Check out the Community Care page on our website for more information!

    Community Advocacy Training (CAT)

    Learn how to advocate, navigate the system, and take action on issues in our community.

    The CAT Program is designed to help community members develop the skills they need to stand up for their rights and take leadership on issues important to them.

    Take part with a group of your peers 1 day a week for 8 weeks, of learning from experts in their fields on topics around advocacy and how to become a leader in our community.

    Sign up to join.

    Better Access to Groceries (BAG)

    Every other week, we provide a bag of produce valued at $20 or more for a purchase price of $10.00 each.  Call, email or sign up on the Central Station website.  Pick up is every other Tuesday 4:00-5:00 pm.

    Easy Eats Meal Kit

    Every Thursday we offer a different meal kit for 2 or 8 people.  The cost is by donation and the suggested price is $7.00 for the 2 person meal kit and $20.00 for the 8 person kit.  Please call, email or DM on our Facebook or Instagram page.

    Cafe 545

    Monday dine in meal.  There is no charge or sign up required for the meal – donations are accepted but not expected.

    Monday 5:00-6:30pm

     

    Winkler & District Food Cupboard

    Open Wednesdays 9AM-11AM & 3PM-5PM.

    The Winkler & District Food Cupboard is available to any Winkler district resident in need.  Sign up is required, call 204-325-0257.  Rides are available.  Food will be served during both time slots.

    Community Financial Counselling Services

    Have questions about your credit or finances?  Looking for ways to decrease your expenses?  Contact 1-888-573-2383 ext 211 to make a phone or virtual appointment.

    Winkler Affordable Housing

    Contact us by email at housing@winklercentralstation.ca or drop in to pick an application for affordable housing.

    Advocacy Office

    Tuesdays 10Am-12PM & Thursdays 12PM-2PM

    Are you needing help with accessing community resourses & supports?  Our community advocates are here for you!

    Come into Central Station during Advocacy Office hours & ask to speak to an advocate.

    Contact

    Address
    555 Main Street
    Winkler MB

    Mailing Address
    Box 736 Winkler, MB R6W4A8

    Counselling

    Contact

    Adult & Teen Challenge of Pembina Valley

    The vision of having a “Community Office” is to provide a range of services and support to those in need. The Community Office approach has proven to be a beneficial first point of contact for anyone dealing with addiction. These offices provide meeting spaces for our Clinical and Pastoral Counselling along with Family and Outreach small group support programs. 

    As each office develops the support and relationships that have formed create a new foundation of success for graduates returning to the community. Ultimately the Community Office facilitates action in the fight against addiction by supporting and referring people to real life-changing help — a strategy that ultimately serves the whole community as it initiates and helps provide long-term lasting change.

    At Adult & Teen Challenge we believe that by working with and bringing communities together, we can effectively “Put Hope Within Reach” in the lives of those affected by a wide variety of life-controlling issues.

    This location functions as the Pembina Valley Community Ministry Office and features a thrift store. Plans have been developed to create an operational regional headquarters which will encompass a community office, residential home and sanctuary.

    Long Term Program for Addiction

    If you struggle with an addiction or a substance abuse disorder, the good news is that there’s hope. All you have to do is take the first step and reach out for help. Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada’s long-term recovery program is a suitable combination of addiction treatment models with a faith-based approach.  In our professional experience, it has provided a 78% success rate for overcoming addiction and beginning a new life.

    You can be assured of a safe and supportive environment while receiving the treatment and therapy you need to get your life back on track. Our team of addiction specialists, faith-based leaders and an everlasting community ensures every aspect of your addiction is addressed.

    We believe that real change comes from what God can do on the inside of us. If you are interested in recovery, Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada is the place for you.

    While there are multiple effective approaches to addiction, such as inpatient and outpatient treatment, long-term addiction treatment programs have the greatest statistics for a successful recovery process. Addiction treatment has come a long way, and today’s treatment programs treat both substance abuse and the underlying drivers of addiction, while instilling values, balance and faith.

    Understanding the Long-Term Program

    Full-service long-term live-in addiction treatment programs allow clients to engage in a series of evidence-based therapies on-site. Offering comfort and privacy from the outside world, clients are able to fully focus on recovery in a safe space.

    Therapists, Phase Managers, Counsellors, Pastors and Ministry Staff are on hand around the clock to provide the necessary support. This includes a series of recreational activities aimed at promoting the development of healthy coping mechanisms and encouraging fellowship between clients.  Additionally, we will guide our clients in job skills training, like workplace certifications programs and resume building.

    Is this program the same as IOP?

    Long-term programs may be thought of as intensive inpatient treatment (IOP) or Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) due to their use of long-term stays, but they go a step further by allowing guests to reside at the centers for 12-18 months. Consistent substance abuse treatment from the same team throughout the program is the standard Adult & Teen Challenge is looking to set, as drug abuse is a growing concern in Canada.

    Benefits of the Long Term Program for Addiction

    In contrast with short-term programs and outpatient treatment, long-term treatment goes one step further, steeping patients in an environment conducive to healing the mind, body and soul. At Adult & Teen Challenge, we aim to change that through the compassionate and goal-oriented approach we take in our addiction treatment.

    What we See as a Benefit

    Experience has taught us we all need to “own” the responsibility for our thoughts, choices, and life patterns. Painful experiences and complex trauma can contribute to life-controlling addiction but cannot be a reason for remaining in addiction. Within our long-term program, we will help you to take a responsible look at your life so that healing can occur.  This along with many other teaching moments will help you learn valuable lessons and guide positivity in your life. Your negative experiences do not need to dictate your future.

    Clients are able to come to terms with the root of the problem and understand the unhealthy behaviors that lead to substance abuse. The focus is on awareness, respect and honesty. Recovery is about breaking through the cycle of unhealthy behavior, and to this end, clients will be guided to form healthy coping mechanisms and regain a sense of peace in their lives.

    Ready Now Recovery

     

    Ready Now Recovery is committed to creating an outreach component designed to strategically engage the “not ready” in overcoming addictions to substances, gambling, pornography and other illicit obstacles in your life. Our goal is for everyone impacted by addictions and other life-controlling issues to have access to recovery through Jesus Christ.

    There is not a determined length of time for this program. You determine the groups you need for healthy recovery. We give resources to create an action plan and set goals concerning your relationships, education, employment, and spiritual growth. We also recommend that you build a team that helps you through the process of recovery.

    Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada rebranded our outpatient approach to Ready Now Recovery in June 2021. Guided by core values of Transformation, Accountability, Community, and Outreach, we utilize innovative and diverse methods to accomplish a broader impact, making recovery resources available all across Canada.

    What is the Ready Now Recovery Curriculum?

    Life-controlling issues are complex. They affect the whole person – mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Our groups are designed to address each of these areas, providing healing and restoration to the whole person, not just treating the symptoms.

    To complete the curriculum, Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada incorporates different elements for a well-rounded and whole recovery program.

    Addiction Education

    Help is available to help you break free from addiction. With practical and spiritual steps, the nature of your addiction can be exposed as well as any other life-controlling issues with drugs or alcohol that may have been involved in leading up until now towards a new normal where freedom exists for those who choose it!

    Breaking Free

    This seven-week curriculum series covers the topic of addiction through a biblical worldview. Topics include: Exposing the Nature of Addiction, Confronting Toxic Denial, Understanding Grief & Addiction, Ending the Addictive Cycle, Building a New Legacy, and Establishing a New Normal.

    Stepping Into Freedom

    Stepping into Freedom is a Christ-centered twelve-step program suggested for use in support groups, recovery groups and home groups. It offers help for anyone struggling with a life-controlling problem like drug addiction, alcoholism, sexual addiction, gambling or workaholism.

    Social Development

    Healthy relationships are the key to success. But they’re not easy! This group will equip you with tools for investing in your life and navigating any interactions, whether those be strained because addictions or other controlling issues like abuse–or even just everyday struggles like poverty that sometimes come into play when one person has more power than another over decisions of loved ones.

    Concerned Persons

    This 9-week course is designed for people with a relationship with a person with a life-controlling problem. It emphasizes the need for each other. It helps people focus on Christ rather than on the problem. It provides a way to minister to people’s felt needs and then pointing them to Christ and ways/means to overcome addiction.

    Family/Loved Ones Support Program

    Adult & Teen Challenge’s Family Support Groups

    Concerned Persons Group is a crucial part of Ready Now Recovery, as we have seen first-hand the impact a loved one can have on a person struggling with addiction when they have learned healthy coping skills and have broken free from codependency.

    This is a group for people who have or have had a loved one struggling with life-controlling addictions. Concerned Persons walks group members through enabling, codependency and healthy communication with their loved one. Boundaries is another course that we offer for family members.

    This course teaches people how to set healthy boundaries to protect their personal well-being while walking alongside someone who is struggling.

    For more information or to register:

    Stepping into Freedom - Altona Victory in Christ Church

    Faith bases 12 Step program for anyone who wants help with their addiction.  Wednesdays 7-9pm.

    LifeLine

    Support group for those who have attended treatment and are looking for accountability and support.

    Winkler, 390 1st St  Thursdays 7-9pm

    Concerned Persons

    Support group for loved ones of those living with addiction.  Call 204-332-1932 to register for next available group.

    Contact

    324 Cargill Road, Winkler Manitoba, R6W 0K4

    Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba- ADAM (Altona Branch)

    Offer self-help for all Manitobans affected by anxiety disorders. Provide Cognitive Behavioral Programs (CBP) and ongoing support groups for the prevention, education, early intervention and management of anxiety disorders to adults. Provide resources for children, adolescents, adults, families, employers and health care professionals.

    Anxiety Worry Support Program

    Contact

    145 Centre Ave.
    Altona, Manitoba

    Christ Full Gospel Fellowship

    At Christ Full Gospel Fellowship, our mission is two-pronged, and based on the Great Commandment, found in Matthew 22:38-39 (” … ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbour as yourself.”), and the Great Commission found in Matthew 28:18-20. ( “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”)

    From these two passages of scripture we feel we have a five point mandate. 
    – to love God with all that we have and everything that is in us. 
    – to love our neighbour in the same way we love ourselves 
    – to go into all the world teaching people to know Christ and to follow His ways 
    – baptizing new believers into the church 
    – to teach and prepare all believers in Christ to minister in the church and to share Christ’s love and forgiveness with others

    To help us fulfill this mission, we conduct services where we offer praise and worship to God for His wonderful gift, His Son Jesus Christ. In every service the desire is to create an atmosphere where the presence of the Holy Spirit will be allowed to minister. This is done through contemporary praise and worship music, and inspiring faith filled messages. The teaching is practical enough to allow everyone to implement God’s Word in their own lives. Sunday services, Tuesday evening services, special events like banquets, musical pageants, sock hops, Easter egg hunts, and daily vacation Bible school, are events we use to allow friends, family, and hopefully those who would not normally attend church, to come and enjoy the Lord’s presence and the church family. Along side of the local activity, we are also involved in other regions. Members of this church have been involved in prison ministry as well as ministry in Mexico, the Philippines, and Africa. Through Victory Churches International, our involvement in missions has expanded beyond what we were capable of doing by ourselves. It has been our pleasure to see people come to the saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ, as well as being involved in planting and establishing churches, orphanages, feeding centres, and schools throughout the world.

    MIGHTY MEN OF VALOUR

    Master Builders Men’s Ministry
    Master – adjective – a skilled practitioner of a particular art or activity. Builder – one who constructs by putting parts or materials together. When you put these two words together, you get an idea of the concept behind Master Builder’s at Christ Full Gospel Fellowship. This group consists of men, sixteen years of age or older, and focuses on building.
    Firstly to build our individual lives. To develop in the character of Christ, to grow in maturity and integrity, to build accountability, to build relationships that will allow each one to help build the other.
    Secondly, we desire to build strong families. Families that will establish homes where Christ can be at the centre. Homes that are established in the love, security, peace, and harmony that Christ desires for us.
    Thirdly, to build strong churches. Churches that are able to share the love of God, stand for righteousness, train disciples, and reach the world for Jesus Christ.
    To build strong communities. Communities where righteousness is exalted, and law and order are embraced. Communities that provide a safe, healthy environment to raise children, and to engage in commerce.
    In pursuit of these goals, the men meet for breakfast the first Saturday of every month, go on camping weekends, tackle work projects, cook lunch for the church, and other activities which provide times of both fun and refreshing.

    J.E.W.E.L.S.

    Ladies Ministry
    The J.E.W.E.L.’s at Christ Full Gospel Fellowship are women who are at least sixteen years of age. They meet at 8:00 a.m. on the first Saturday of every month. During this time, this group of ladies spend time building relationships with each other as well as the Lord, as they study principles from God’s Word. This is also a time where they discuss and find ways to implement various projects to help fund mission outreaches. Whether organizing garage sales, making pies, hosting a tea, or implementing any number of other things, the women’s ministry helps facilitate support for the local church as well as for orphanages and outreaches around the world.
    These women prove themselves to be precious jewels, whose husbands can rise up and call them blessed.

    YOUTH

    The youth group consists of those members of the church who are from ten to eighteen years old.  They meet Friday nights from seven to nine, under the direction of David & Melissa Guenther, at the chruch. The evenings consist of solid Biblical instruction in a fun, safe, loving environment. Special events and outings, like conventions, pizza parties, work parties, sports, and games nights, along with church involvement, give many opportunities to learn and grow in Christian character. These activities also become times to invite others to experience the Jesus life. Many of the youth from Christ Full Gospel Fellowship have enjoyed involvement in various mission trips and opportunities that are offered through Victory Churches International.

    KIDS CHURCH

    Train up a child in the way he should go, even when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6
    At Christ Full Gospel Fellowship we invite all children to enter the K.I.D.S. (Kids In Divine Service) programs. We believe children are our most valuable resource and are dedicated to encouraging spiritual and social growth in them.
    Our mission is to provide the best possible care, comfort, safety, guidance, and instruction (using age appropriate materials), to help each child grow in a personal relationship with Jesus. The Bible is our text book. Other books and printed material, programs, videos, puppets, and games are used as resources to bring the teachings of the Bible alive in the minds and hearts of our children.
    Our adult and teen volunteers are trained in child safety and security to help ensure the safety of your child. Under the direction of David and Melissa Gunther, they are living examples, demonstrating the love of God to each child, and reinforcing the values imparted by the parents.
    At Christ Full Gospel Fellowship, we strive for a well rounded ministry of instruction, evangelism, discipleship, Bible memory, outreach events, mission projects, worship, sports activities, special events and ministry opportunities.
    Our goal is to make Christ Full Gospel Fellowship one of the most exciting places for children to be. We want them to not only grow spiritually, and socially, but also have fun just being a child. 3 John 1:4 I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth.

    WORSHIP TEAM

    Various instruments and voices combine to produce the victorious praise and heartfelt worship which are an integral part of the life of the church. Every week the worship team at Christ Full Gospel Fellowship seeks the direction and leading of the Holy Spirit as they prepare songs designed to bring the congregation into a place of worship.
    Since several of the contemporary style songs have been written by members of the team, they capture the spirit of where this church is currently at.
    Anyone with the ability and the desire to minister to the Lord through music is encouraged to contact Pastor Bryan Wiebe. He imparts direction and vision to this vital ministry.
    “Give unto the Lord, O ye mighty, give unto the Lord glory and strength.  Give unto the Lord the glory due his name; worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.  The voice of the Lord is upon the woters: the God of glory thundereth: the Lord is upon many waters.”  -Psalm 29:1-3

    HOSPITALITY

    Hospitality is described as “the friendly and generous treatment of guests or strangers”. At Christ Full Gospel Fellowship each person who enters is given a warm smile and friendly handshake at the front door. Many first time attenders have commented on the feeling of coming home, of the acceptance extended by the whole congregation. It is our desire to have every person know they are important, regardless of age, sex, ability, or nationality.

    Greeters and ushers may extend the first welcome, but it is the invites to lunch, homes, teas, and other social events that allow everybody to get involved in welcoming those who are searching for a church home, a place to belong.

    “Rejoicing in hope; patient in tribulation; continuing instant in prayer; distributing to the necessity of saints; given to hospitality.  Bless them which persecute you: bless, and curse not.  Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep.” -Romans 12:12-15

    Academy - ACCELERATED CHRISTIAN EDUCATION

    “Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it”. (Proverbs 22:6)

    At Christ Full Gospel Christian Academy we take this scripture as our mandate to train young men and women to be the best they can be. Every student is encouraged to develop to their full potential. Godly principles are used to lay a foundation upon which each student will grow academically as well as spiritually, socially, and morally. High standards of excellence are achieved by placing an emphasis on moral values and Godly character, as well as self-discipline, goal setting and achievements.

    In 2003-2004 the school opened with the Kindergarten class, and has grown to encompass most grade levels. The Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.) curriculum is used to promote Biblically based, Godly character through core subjects while still maintaining well rounded academics. The individualized learning system allows each student to work at their own pace and level.

    Certified staff provide one-on-one assistance to help every student master areas of personal difficulty through out their school experience. Many of the students plan to further their studies after graduation in Canada or abroad.

    The core curriculum provides students with academics, skill building, reading practice, character and wisdom training, and a knowledge of God and His Word.

    It is our desire to work together with the parents, to train and to educate every child to become the best that they can be. Our goal is to train and to develop the whole student – spirit, soul, and body. We encourage each of student to reach for their highest level in academic, physical, and spiritual development.

    The Bible declares that children are a heritage from the Lord. We encourage every parent to provide the opportunity for your children to grow in the nurture and admonition of the Lord, as they are trained to live responsible and successful lives based on God’s Word.

     

    Curriculum

    The core curriculum provides students with academics, skill building, reading practice, character and wisdom training, and a knowledge of God andHis Word.

     

    Our Desire

    It is our desire to work together with the parents, to train and to educate every child to become the best that they can be. Our goal is to train and to develop the whole student – spirit, soul, and body. We encourage each of student to reach for their highest level in academic, physical, and spiritual development.

    Contact

    Address:
    75 Elm St. Plum Coulee, MB

    Community Mental Health/ACCESS Line

    Assessment, counselling, education and referral available. Assistance with fear, depression, anger, loss of control, uncertainty, thoughts of suicide. Help to develop coping skills to function at home, school, work, in society. Counselling for those covered by MB Health.   204-325-9700 (Winkler)

    Contact

    Crisis Chat Line

    Free, immediate and confidential one-to-one assistance and usually operate 24/7. Staffed by professionals or trained volunteers. Listen, offer support and advice, if necessary help the caller get connected to help in their community.  Online councelling (Monday- Friday 10am – 9pm.)

    Contact

    First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Line

    Immediate help to all Indigenous peoples with counselling and crisis intervention, available 24/7. Experienced and culturally competent Help Line counsellors there for help if you want to talk, are distressed, have strong emotional reactions, triggered by painful memories. Can help find additonal supports in your area. Available in English, French, and on request, Cree, Ojibway, Inuktiut.

    Contact

    Gambling Helpline

    Free confidential and individual support for people suffering from the consequences of their gambling addictions or for someone having problems because of someone elses addiction. Trained counsellors available to help prevent more harm and show a lifestyle free from their addiction to gambling.

    Contact

    Genesis House

    Genesis House is a crisis shelter for abused women and their children located in Winkler and serving the Pembina Valley.

    What the Shelter Provides

    The shelter has five bedrooms and can provide accommodations for 16 people.  While in the shelter the families’ basic needs are met  including safety, food, and medical care.  There is no cost for staying at Genesis House and the program includes counselling, support groups, referrals, and advocacy.  Families choosing to live free from violence will also be provided assistance in seeking out housing options in the community of their choice.  Families taking part in the program can stay up to 30 days, with follow-up counselling and support available to women and children after departure.  Genesis House also provides public education about domestic violence to the community when requested.

    Contact

    Winkler

    Mailing address:
    Box 389 Winkler, MB R6W 4A6

    Julia Stoesz Counselling

    Mental Health Therapy for Adults and Couples

    Couselling

    Personalized integrative mental health therapy based on the client’s unique needs using a variety of therapeutic treatment methods including Interpersonal Neurobiology, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Emotion Focused Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Therapeutic interventions are trauma-informed and attachment focused.

    Contact

    Address
    311 North Railway
    Morden, MB

    Kids Help Phone

    Confidential, judgement free and anonymous 24/7 access across Canada offering professional counselling, info and referrals to help in their area. Wide range of articles, tools and resources to help young people through challenges or experiences they might face.

    Klinic Crisis Line

    Variety of crisis phone lines and online support services, providing free and confidential counselling, support and referrals for people who are suicidal, in crisis, struggling to cope or just needing someone to talk to. Open to people of all ages, genders and backgrounds.Counsellors can help find new ways to cope and understanding your own strengths and values.

    Contact

    Klinic Drop-In Counselling

    Drop-In counselling on a first come, first serve basis. Free, no appointment needed. Confidential, trained counsellors. Can help find community resources.

    Contact

    Klinic Sexual Assualt Krisis Line

    24 hour phone line that provides information and crisis intervention to sexual assault victims and those close to them. Offers short and long term in-person counselling concerning sexual assault and harassment, peer support meetings with an advocate, 24/7 hospital support and advocacy.

    Lana Alencar Counselling

    Counselling services for teenagers, adults and couples.

    Contact

    600 Southview Dr.
    Winkler, MB

    Life Switch Counselling Services

    Counselling

    Counselling

    Individual, Couple and Family Therapy
    Monday – Thursday
    Text or email for more details.

    Contact

    Address:
    204 Main Street Winkler MB

    Mailing address:
    Box 796 Winkler, MB R6W 4A9

    Manitoba Farm, Rural, and Northern Support Services

    Free, confidential non-judgement counselling for anyone who lives on a MB farm, or in a rural or Northern community. Range of services include suicide bereavement support group, medical care, counselling, education and training. Rooted in social jusitce values, Klinic belives that everyone deserves quality care, support and respect.

    Contact

    Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba


    Anyone who has a school aged child who may be struggling with their mental health in the
    Pembina Valley! There is no cost associated and no commitment, simply call or text (204) 396-7923 or email Central@moodmb.ca for more information or to sign up. Peer Support is a unique support system where everyone gets to be an equal. The group will be made up of people who have knowledge from their own experiences, and be facilitated by an individual with lived experience as well as professional training. In the context of this group, Peer Support will look like parents with children who are struggling with their mental health getting together to mutually share what they are going through with the aim that we all might benefit from each other’s knowledge.

    What are the goals of this group?
    -To reaffirm that you are not alone in the hardships you face.
    -To help you as families make informed decisions in your child’s path through the youth mental health services.
    -To provide basic education on mental health issues faced by youth, to answer questions regarding mood disorders.
    -To create a community where conversation about mental health does not carry stigma and where there are no such thing as dumb questions.
    -To learn to take care of ourselves even when trying to care for others.

    What is it that we are doing?
    We are gathering people who are facing similar hardships and sharing our knowledge, our resources, our coping skills, what works, and what doesn’t.
    We are here to find acceptance and a sense of belonging, to be surrounded by a group of people that have some measure of understanding of what we are going through.
    We are coming together so that we may learn to take better care of ourselves and the youth that we care for whom are struggling.

    What will a Peer Support Group Meeting look like?
    We will aim to meet once a week through zoom. There is no pressure to attend every session but an email will be sent out every week with the link to participate in that week’s meeting. The meeting will be facilitated by myself, we will introduce ourselves and share a little bit about our story, we will identify common experiences between ourselves, and collectively discuss and learn about issues pertaining to our situations. Some topics will organically occur and some will be preplanned by myself for discussion.

    Confidentiality
    Whatever is discussed is kept confidential – MDAM asks that each attendee not share things they’ve heard within the group, such as personal information about other participants. The only times a facilitator will breach confidentiality are if we believe someone is in danger of harming themselves, others, or someone is harming them, as well if a law enforcement officer requires information to be disclosed to them. This group will be held over Zoom so there is no need to have your camera on if you do not want your identity known to the group. Certain topics can be sensitive, especially those around Covid, Religion, and LGBT2s+ issues.
    Respect in regard to these topics is expected as not everyone will have the same beliefs within the group. Some parts of these topics can be covered but respect to others must always be the goal.

    What are some topics that may be covered?
    • Common Mental Health Issues • Resources in the Pembina Valley
    • Mental Health and School • Medication
    • Treatments and Therapies • Covid and it’s impacts
    • Boundaries and Communication • Safety
    • Addiction, drugs, and alcohol • Managing feelings, challenging thoughts
    • Self-Care • And more!

    The Unloading Zone

    There is no cost for this service.  Online and phone appointments available every Thursday.  Available in the province of Manitoba.

    We provide one-on-one peer support to those who are supporting family and friends during these challenging times.

    In the Central Region (Carman, Portage la Prairie, Winkler, Morden, Altona and surrounding area).

     

    Contact at central@moodmb.ca

    Contact

    100-4 Fort Street
    Wpg, MB R3C 1C4

    Open Skies Coaching & Counselling Associates

    Therapist / Counsellor / Life Coach

    CBT and Anxiety

    Dealing with Insomnia

    Individual Counselling

    Contact

    Address:
    400 Stephen St. Unit 106
    Morden, MB

    204-362-8030

    Palm Tree Wellness

    Counselling Services (Mental Health Counselling, Children & Adults, Trauma Therapy)

    Contact

    201 South Railway Avenue Unit 12 Winkler, MB R6W 1J9

    Pembina Counselling Centre

    We are a not-for-profit counselling centre serving the Pembina Valley. We exist to help individuals who are struggling personally or in relationships, to gain direction and find lasting hope.  Individual, couples or family counselling

    Contact

    2B - 915 Navigator Road, Winkler, MB

    Mailing address:
    #205 - 30 Stephen Street, Morden, MB R6M 2G3

    Pembina Valley Pregnancy Care Centre

    Millions of women have experienced an unplanned pregnancy, you are not alone. If this is what you are going through you might have a mix of thoughts and feelings. That’s normal.

    Maybe you are thinking about ending the pregnancy, becoming a parent or choosing a family for your baby through adoption.

    Everyone in your life will have a reason why they want you to make a certain decision. They might be telling you what to do or pressuring you to make a choice quickly. But you have the right to take all the time you need to ask any question and understand all of your options…because it’s never a good idea to make a permanent decision based on temporary feelings or circumstances.

    We are here for you and your partner too.
    Everything is free and confidential.

    Options Information

    Options information- parenting, abortion, adoption.  Learn about all of your options in a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental space.  This might be a planned, unexpected, or unexpectedly complicated pregnancy for you.  You might have a lot going on right now, tough circumstances, or a difficult relationship with your partner or family.

    Making an informed decision is your best next step, so ask any question and learn about all the options, risks, benefits, and alternatives.

    We are here to help.

    Steps in HOPE

    Steps in HOPE is a support group for women impacted by miscarriage, stillbirth, and loss. Topics include cycles of grief, self-care, and moving forward in a healthy way. Women are safe to share their experiences in this supportive space.

    Contact us for the next group starting dates and location. Preregistration is required for this free & confidential support group.

    email: stepsinhope@gmail.com
    visit: pvpcc.com
    call: 204-325-7900

    We are grateful to the Morden Area Foundation for their support of this program.

    Prenatal Learning Sessions

    Prenatal learning sessions are designed to prepare, empower and build confidence for your birth and postpartum experience.  Help to reduce fear while learning how to have a more positive and peaceful experience before, during and after birth.  You will learn how to be an active participant in your birth, and confidently include your partner as a support.

    These sessions include a variety of group activities in a small, interactive learning environment with chances to practice comfort measures, relaxation strategies, and the opportunity to ask many questions.

    Pre-registration is required for this free program.  To learn more about upcoming dates:
    Visit http: pvpcc.com
    call/text: 204-362-0979
    email: prenatalpvpcc@gmail.com

    Steps in HOPE (healing our pregnancy experiences)

    Steps in HOPE (healing our pregnancy experiences) is a 5-6 week support group for women who have experienced miscarriage or stillbirth. This is a free and confidential group, planning to start in October. Everyone has an opportunity to share, listen and encourage but no one is compelled out of their comfort level. Topics include cycles of grief, boundaries, caring for yourself, creating a keepsake, and more. To learn more or to register contact us: 204-325-7900 OR stepsinhope@gmail.com

    Contact

    Address:
    500 Main St.
    Mailing address:
    Box 2504, Winkler, MB R6W 4C2

    Post-partum Depression Texting Line

    Free to call, counselors acknowledge you’re not alone and the negative feelings associated with your child’s up coming birth/birth. You are not to blame for these. Trained and caring professionals listen, answer questions, offer encouragement and connect you with local resources as needed.

    Contact

    Sexual Assault Crisis Line

    24 hour phone line provides info and help to sexual assault victims and people close to them. Free and confidential counselling, support and referrals for people who are suicidal, in crisis or struggling to cope.

    Contact

    Teri Wilson, RCC, CCC

    If you are burdened by harmful stress, uncontrolled worrying, a feeling of emptiness, or depression, you do not have to struggle like this forever.  It would be my honour to help you create the changes you desire to live a rich and meaningful life, despite the pain that inevitably comes with it.  Counselling offers a safe space to talk and reflect, connects you with your inner compass, and facilitates real changes that empower you to feel and function better.   

    Contact

    Trafficking Hotline

    24/7 support and counselling to trafficked persons and anyone affected by trafficking including service providers, family, friends, co-workers. Offers info and referrals regarding resources, provides reporting option if caller unwilling or unable to contact police. Offers info to to general public on human trafficking.

    Contact

    Crisis Services

    Adult & Teen Challenge of Pembina Valley

    The vision of having a “Community Office” is to provide a range of services and support to those in need. The Community Office approach has proven to be a beneficial first point of contact for anyone dealing with addiction. These offices provide meeting spaces for our Clinical and Pastoral Counselling along with Family and Outreach small group support programs. 

    As each office develops the support and relationships that have formed create a new foundation of success for graduates returning to the community. Ultimately the Community Office facilitates action in the fight against addiction by supporting and referring people to real life-changing help — a strategy that ultimately serves the whole community as it initiates and helps provide long-term lasting change.

    At Adult & Teen Challenge we believe that by working with and bringing communities together, we can effectively “Put Hope Within Reach” in the lives of those affected by a wide variety of life-controlling issues.

    This location functions as the Pembina Valley Community Ministry Office and features a thrift store. Plans have been developed to create an operational regional headquarters which will encompass a community office, residential home and sanctuary.

    Long Term Program for Addiction

    If you struggle with an addiction or a substance abuse disorder, the good news is that there’s hope. All you have to do is take the first step and reach out for help. Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada’s long-term recovery program is a suitable combination of addiction treatment models with a faith-based approach.  In our professional experience, it has provided a 78% success rate for overcoming addiction and beginning a new life.

    You can be assured of a safe and supportive environment while receiving the treatment and therapy you need to get your life back on track. Our team of addiction specialists, faith-based leaders and an everlasting community ensures every aspect of your addiction is addressed.

    We believe that real change comes from what God can do on the inside of us. If you are interested in recovery, Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada is the place for you.

    While there are multiple effective approaches to addiction, such as inpatient and outpatient treatment, long-term addiction treatment programs have the greatest statistics for a successful recovery process. Addiction treatment has come a long way, and today’s treatment programs treat both substance abuse and the underlying drivers of addiction, while instilling values, balance and faith.

    Understanding the Long-Term Program

    Full-service long-term live-in addiction treatment programs allow clients to engage in a series of evidence-based therapies on-site. Offering comfort and privacy from the outside world, clients are able to fully focus on recovery in a safe space.

    Therapists, Phase Managers, Counsellors, Pastors and Ministry Staff are on hand around the clock to provide the necessary support. This includes a series of recreational activities aimed at promoting the development of healthy coping mechanisms and encouraging fellowship between clients.  Additionally, we will guide our clients in job skills training, like workplace certifications programs and resume building.

    Is this program the same as IOP?

    Long-term programs may be thought of as intensive inpatient treatment (IOP) or Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) due to their use of long-term stays, but they go a step further by allowing guests to reside at the centers for 12-18 months. Consistent substance abuse treatment from the same team throughout the program is the standard Adult & Teen Challenge is looking to set, as drug abuse is a growing concern in Canada.

    Benefits of the Long Term Program for Addiction

    In contrast with short-term programs and outpatient treatment, long-term treatment goes one step further, steeping patients in an environment conducive to healing the mind, body and soul. At Adult & Teen Challenge, we aim to change that through the compassionate and goal-oriented approach we take in our addiction treatment.

    What we See as a Benefit

    Experience has taught us we all need to “own” the responsibility for our thoughts, choices, and life patterns. Painful experiences and complex trauma can contribute to life-controlling addiction but cannot be a reason for remaining in addiction. Within our long-term program, we will help you to take a responsible look at your life so that healing can occur.  This along with many other teaching moments will help you learn valuable lessons and guide positivity in your life. Your negative experiences do not need to dictate your future.

    Clients are able to come to terms with the root of the problem and understand the unhealthy behaviors that lead to substance abuse. The focus is on awareness, respect and honesty. Recovery is about breaking through the cycle of unhealthy behavior, and to this end, clients will be guided to form healthy coping mechanisms and regain a sense of peace in their lives.

    Ready Now Recovery

     

    Ready Now Recovery is committed to creating an outreach component designed to strategically engage the “not ready” in overcoming addictions to substances, gambling, pornography and other illicit obstacles in your life. Our goal is for everyone impacted by addictions and other life-controlling issues to have access to recovery through Jesus Christ.

    There is not a determined length of time for this program. You determine the groups you need for healthy recovery. We give resources to create an action plan and set goals concerning your relationships, education, employment, and spiritual growth. We also recommend that you build a team that helps you through the process of recovery.

    Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada rebranded our outpatient approach to Ready Now Recovery in June 2021. Guided by core values of Transformation, Accountability, Community, and Outreach, we utilize innovative and diverse methods to accomplish a broader impact, making recovery resources available all across Canada.

    What is the Ready Now Recovery Curriculum?

    Life-controlling issues are complex. They affect the whole person – mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Our groups are designed to address each of these areas, providing healing and restoration to the whole person, not just treating the symptoms.

    To complete the curriculum, Adult & Teen Challenge of Central Canada incorporates different elements for a well-rounded and whole recovery program.

    Addiction Education

    Help is available to help you break free from addiction. With practical and spiritual steps, the nature of your addiction can be exposed as well as any other life-controlling issues with drugs or alcohol that may have been involved in leading up until now towards a new normal where freedom exists for those who choose it!

    Breaking Free

    This seven-week curriculum series covers the topic of addiction through a biblical worldview. Topics include: Exposing the Nature of Addiction, Confronting Toxic Denial, Understanding Grief & Addiction, Ending the Addictive Cycle, Building a New Legacy, and Establishing a New Normal.

    Stepping Into Freedom

    Stepping into Freedom is a Christ-centered twelve-step program suggested for use in support groups, recovery groups and home groups. It offers help for anyone struggling with a life-controlling problem like drug addiction, alcoholism, sexual addiction, gambling or workaholism.

    Social Development

    Healthy relationships are the key to success. But they’re not easy! This group will equip you with tools for investing in your life and navigating any interactions, whether those be strained because addictions or other controlling issues like abuse–or even just everyday struggles like poverty that sometimes come into play when one person has more power than another over decisions of loved ones.

    Concerned Persons

    This 9-week course is designed for people with a relationship with a person with a life-controlling problem. It emphasizes the need for each other. It helps people focus on Christ rather than on the problem. It provides a way to minister to people’s felt needs and then pointing them to Christ and ways/means to overcome addiction.

    Family/Loved Ones Support Program

    Adult & Teen Challenge’s Family Support Groups

    Concerned Persons Group is a crucial part of Ready Now Recovery, as we have seen first-hand the impact a loved one can have on a person struggling with addiction when they have learned healthy coping skills and have broken free from codependency.

    This is a group for people who have or have had a loved one struggling with life-controlling addictions. Concerned Persons walks group members through enabling, codependency and healthy communication with their loved one. Boundaries is another course that we offer for family members.

    This course teaches people how to set healthy boundaries to protect their personal well-being while walking alongside someone who is struggling.

    For more information or to register:

    Stepping into Freedom - Altona Victory in Christ Church

    Faith bases 12 Step program for anyone who wants help with their addiction.  Wednesdays 7-9pm.

    LifeLine

    Support group for those who have attended treatment and are looking for accountability and support.

    Winkler, 390 1st St  Thursdays 7-9pm

    Concerned Persons

    Support group for loved ones of those living with addiction.  Call 204-332-1932 to register for next available group.

    Contact

    324 Cargill Road, Winkler Manitoba, R6W 0K4

    Boundary Trails Health Centre

    Boundary Trails Health Centre is an acute care hospital providing inpatient, emergency, surgical, rehabilitation and diagnostic services.

    Hospital Services

    Contact

    Address:
    Jct Hwy 3&14, Winkler MB

    Mailing address:
    Box 2000, Station Main, Winkler MB R6W 1H8

    Child & Family Services of Central MB

    Delivers services in child protection, foster care, adoption, post adoption, children in care, and family enhancement.  Provides funding through the CFS Foundation to support programs/services that enhance family life.  Provides programs including Chance 2 Camp, Chance 2 Play, Chance to Grow, Chance to Learn.  Offers intake and after-hours services on behalf of all 4 Authorities.

    Contact

    324 South Railway Ave. Winkler, MB

    204-331-5040

    Community Mental Health/ACCESS Line

    Assessment, counselling, education and referral available. Assistance with fear, depression, anger, loss of control, uncertainty, thoughts of suicide. Help to develop coping skills to function at home, school, work, in society. Counselling for those covered by MB Health.   204-325-9700 (Winkler)

    Contact

    Crisis Chat Line

    Free, immediate and confidential one-to-one assistance and usually operate 24/7. Staffed by professionals or trained volunteers. Listen, offer support and advice, if necessary help the caller get connected to help in their community.  Online councelling (Monday- Friday 10am – 9pm.)

    Contact

    First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Line

    Immediate help to all Indigenous peoples with counselling and crisis intervention, available 24/7. Experienced and culturally competent Help Line counsellors there for help if you want to talk, are distressed, have strong emotional reactions, triggered by painful memories. Can help find additonal supports in your area. Available in English, French, and on request, Cree, Ojibway, Inuktiut.

    Contact

    Genesis House

    Genesis House is a crisis shelter for abused women and their children located in Winkler and serving the Pembina Valley.

    What the Shelter Provides

    The shelter has five bedrooms and can provide accommodations for 16 people.  While in the shelter the families’ basic needs are met  including safety, food, and medical care.  There is no cost for staying at Genesis House and the program includes counselling, support groups, referrals, and advocacy.  Families choosing to live free from violence will also be provided assistance in seeking out housing options in the community of their choice.  Families taking part in the program can stay up to 30 days, with follow-up counselling and support available to women and children after departure.  Genesis House also provides public education about domestic violence to the community when requested.

    Contact

    Winkler

    Mailing address:
    Box 389 Winkler, MB R6W 4A6

    Genesis House Crisis Line

    Shelter and 24 hour support line open. Empowerment for women and children, resources, assistance in reaching goals, safety planning, support 24/7 to help make informed decisions.

    Katie Cares/Katie’s Cottage

    We provide Teddy Bears to children at the hospital, i-pads are given to children who are sick. Katie’s Cottage provides a home away from home for families who need to be close to the hospital during the day or overnight.

    Katie's Cottage Day Visit

    Open Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 8:30 pm.
    During summer months, May to October the gazebo is open.  Also an outside deck is available for guests to use.  Reserve to ensure availability.
    No charge for day use. Guests can enjoy coffee, home baking, relaxing atmosphere.
    Guests can walk in and request to use the cottage, or call ahead to reserve a spot at the cottage. Call 204-312-8445.

    Katie's Cottage Overnight Stay

    Open Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 8:30 pm.
    Weekends, please call if you need assistance 204-312-8445.
    Available for anyone who needs a place to rest and stay close to their loved one who is at Boundary Trails Hospital.
    Room charge $45.20 per night with a continental breakfast included.
    Guests needing a place to stay can walk in and reserve a room if we are open, or call to reserve a room.
    Contact Katie’s Cottage for more details 204-312-8445.

    Contact

    Address:
    12115 Rd 24 W RM of Stanley

    Mailing address:
    255 13th St Winkler MB R6W 1S5

    Klinic Crisis Line

    Variety of crisis phone lines and online support services, providing free and confidential counselling, support and referrals for people who are suicidal, in crisis, struggling to cope or just needing someone to talk to. Open to people of all ages, genders and backgrounds.Counsellors can help find new ways to cope and understanding your own strengths and values.

    Contact

    Klinic Drop-In Counselling

    Drop-In counselling on a first come, first serve basis. Free, no appointment needed. Confidential, trained counsellors. Can help find community resources.

    Contact

    Klinic Sexual Assualt Krisis Line

    24 hour phone line that provides information and crisis intervention to sexual assault victims and those close to them. Offers short and long term in-person counselling concerning sexual assault and harassment, peer support meetings with an advocate, 24/7 hospital support and advocacy.

    Manitoba Suicide Prevention & Support Line

    24/7 confidential support service for people at risk of suicide, concerned family/friends, those who have lost a loved one to suicide and support providers/helpers. Staff and volunteer counsellors specifically trained to deal with problems faced by youth and adults and are trained in cultural diversity, Aborigional cultural and social issues.

    Contact

    Open Skies Coaching & Counselling Associates

    Therapist / Counsellor / Life Coach

    CBT and Anxiety

    Dealing with Insomnia

    Individual Counselling

    Contact

    Address:
    400 Stephen St. Unit 106
    Morden, MB

    204-362-8030

    Pembina Valley Pregnancy Care Centre

    Millions of women have experienced an unplanned pregnancy, you are not alone. If this is what you are going through you might have a mix of thoughts and feelings. That’s normal.

    Maybe you are thinking about ending the pregnancy, becoming a parent or choosing a family for your baby through adoption.

    Everyone in your life will have a reason why they want you to make a certain decision. They might be telling you what to do or pressuring you to make a choice quickly. But you have the right to take all the time you need to ask any question and understand all of your options…because it’s never a good idea to make a permanent decision based on temporary feelings or circumstances.

    We are here for you and your partner too.
    Everything is free and confidential.

    Options Information

    Options information- parenting, abortion, adoption.  Learn about all of your options in a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental space.  This might be a planned, unexpected, or unexpectedly complicated pregnancy for you.  You might have a lot going on right now, tough circumstances, or a difficult relationship with your partner or family.

    Making an informed decision is your best next step, so ask any question and learn about all the options, risks, benefits, and alternatives.

    We are here to help.

    Steps in HOPE

    Steps in HOPE is a support group for women impacted by miscarriage, stillbirth, and loss. Topics include cycles of grief, self-care, and moving forward in a healthy way. Women are safe to share their experiences in this supportive space.

    Contact us for the next group starting dates and location. Preregistration is required for this free & confidential support group.

    email: stepsinhope@gmail.com
    visit: pvpcc.com
    call: 204-325-7900

    We are grateful to the Morden Area Foundation for their support of this program.

    Prenatal Learning Sessions

    Prenatal learning sessions are designed to prepare, empower and build confidence for your birth and postpartum experience.  Help to reduce fear while learning how to have a more positive and peaceful experience before, during and after birth.  You will learn how to be an active participant in your birth, and confidently include your partner as a support.

    These sessions include a variety of group activities in a small, interactive learning environment with chances to practice comfort measures, relaxation strategies, and the opportunity to ask many questions.

    Pre-registration is required for this free program.  To learn more about upcoming dates:
    Visit http: pvpcc.com
    call/text: 204-362-0979
    email: prenatalpvpcc@gmail.com

    Steps in HOPE (healing our pregnancy experiences)

    Steps in HOPE (healing our pregnancy experiences) is a 5-6 week support group for women who have experienced miscarriage or stillbirth. This is a free and confidential group, planning to start in October. Everyone has an opportunity to share, listen and encourage but no one is compelled out of their comfort level. Topics include cycles of grief, boundaries, caring for yourself, creating a keepsake, and more. To learn more or to register contact us: 204-325-7900 OR stepsinhope@gmail.com

    Contact

    Address:
    500 Main St.
    Mailing address:
    Box 2504, Winkler, MB R6W 4C2

    Post-partum Depression Texting Line

    Free to call, counselors acknowledge you’re not alone and the negative feelings associated with your child’s up coming birth/birth. You are not to blame for these. Trained and caring professionals listen, answer questions, offer encouragement and connect you with local resources as needed.

    Contact

    Rapid Access to Addictions Medicine (RAAM)

    RAAM clinics are walk-in clinics for adults (ages 18+) looking to get help with high-risk substance use and addiction. This includes people who want to try medical assistance to reduce or stop their substance use. They may experience frequent intoxication or overdose symptoms, as well as unpleasant withdrawal symptoms when attempting to reduce or stop their substance use. RAAM clinics are also for people who may have substance-related health issues, such as hepatitis, pancreatitis and infections. No referral is needed.

    RAAM clinics are not for people needing urgent medical attention for serious physical problems or mental health symptoms such as psychosis (paranoia, delusions, hallucinations), agitation; who are at active risk of harm to self or others, or who require police/security involvement.

    It can be very difficult to accept that your substance use is problematic, and it’s normal to feel ashamed, frightened, or angry. But the good news is that medical treatment for problematic substance use and addiction is safe and effective. People can and do recover from addiction.

    You don’t need an appointment, just show up during clinic hours. If you have a Manitoba Health card or Manitoba Health number, please bring this along.

    WHAT HAPPENS WHEN I GO TO A RAAM CLINIC?
    If you’re feeling anxious or hesitant about going to the RAAM clinic, consider bringing a supportive person with you. This may make you feel less overwhelmed and less alone.

    The clinic team will complete a health history including questions about your substance use such as:

    • when and how you started using
    • how much and how frequently you use
    • how it may impact your life and responsibilities
    • The clinic team is there to help you. These questions are to get a complete picture of
      you in order to determine how to best help you.

    The posted clinic hours are for new walk-in patients seeking RAAM clinic services. In addition,  the RAAM clinical team – physician, counsellor, nurse – provides follow-up to patients,  coordinating medication management, making referrals to other services, supporting and  consulting with other providers, and informing other service providers about RAAM clinic services.  

    For youth under 18 years old, please contact the Youth Addiction Centralized Intake service.  

    Call 1-877-710-3999 (8:30 am – 4:30 pm, weekdays) or visit:  

    www.manitoba.ca/health/mh/addictions/youth.html

    WINNIPEG

    Where: Crisis Response Centre – 817 Bannatyne Avenue, Winnipeg  

    Clinic Hours: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 1 to 3 p.m.  

    Phone: (204) 940-2177 

     

    Where: River Point Centre – 146 Magnus Avenue, Winnipeg  

    Clinic Hours: Mondays from 1 to 3 p.m. and Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.  Phone: (204) 944-6209 or 1-(855) 662-6605 (Call Monday – Friday 8:30-4:30) 

    THOMPSON

    Where: Eaglewood Treatment Centre 

    Where: 90 Princeton Drive, Thompson  

    Clinic Hours: Tuesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1 to 4 pm  Phone: 1 (866) 291-7774 or (204) 677-7300 or (204) 677-7240 (Call Monday – Friday 8:30-4:30) 

    BRANDON

    Where: 7th Street Health Access Centre 20 – 7th Street, Brandon  

    Clinic Hours: Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Phone: (204) 578-4800 (Call Monday – Friday 11:00am – 7:00pm) 

    SELKIRK

    Where: Selkirk Community Health Office 237 Manitoba Avenue, Selkirk  

    Clinic Hours: Tuesdays from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.  

    Phone: (204) 785-7513 (Call Monday – Friday 8:30-4:30) 

    PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE

    Where: 159 5th ST S.E., Portage la Prairie  

    Clinic Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. 

    Phone: (204) 239-8800 (Call Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:30-4:30, or leave a message on  other days of the week)

    Contact

    Seniors Abuse Support Line

    24 hour phone line, talk to a trained and caring counsellor. Get info on if what you are experiencing is abuse.

    Contact

    Sexual Assault Crisis Line

    24 hour phone line provides info and help to sexual assault victims and people close to them. Free and confidential counselling, support and referrals for people who are suicidal, in crisis or struggling to cope.

    Contact

    Trafficking Hotline

    24/7 support and counselling to trafficked persons and anyone affected by trafficking including service providers, family, friends, co-workers. Offers info and referrals regarding resources, provides reporting option if caller unwilling or unable to contact police. Offers info to to general public on human trafficking.

    Contact

    Disability Services

    Gateway Resources

    The vision at Gateway Resources is to maximize the growth and development of adults living with an intellectual disability thereby empowering them to live full and productive lives both at work and in their community.

    Gateways Summer Day Camp

    A summer camp designated for children 5-12

    July 5-9, July 12-16, July 19-23

    August 9-13, August 16-20, August 23-27

    Each camp runs from 9am-4pm.

    Registration is for each individual week.

    Each week costs $85 per child.

    Sign up at Gateway resources website or contact Mike Klassen at mike@gatewayresourcesinc.com

    or (204)325-7304 ext 228

    Contact

    1582 Pembina Ave. W.
    Winkler Manitoba
    R6W 4B4

    Education

    Alzheimer Society

    The Alzheimer Society offers information, support and education for both the caregivers as well as the person with dementia.

    Support Groups (call or email for dates and location)

    Call or email for dates & location.

    Minds in Motion

    Call or email for dates & location.

    Contact

    105-650 South Railway Ave Winkler Mb R6W 0O6

    Gateway Resources

    The vision at Gateway Resources is to maximize the growth and development of adults living with an intellectual disability thereby empowering them to live full and productive lives both at work and in their community.

    Gateways Summer Day Camp

    A summer camp designated for children 5-12

    July 5-9, July 12-16, July 19-23

    August 9-13, August 16-20, August 23-27

    Each camp runs from 9am-4pm.

    Registration is for each individual week.

    Each week costs $85 per child.

    Sign up at Gateway resources website or contact Mike Klassen at mike@gatewayresourcesinc.com

    or (204)325-7304 ext 228

    Contact

    1582 Pembina Ave. W.
    Winkler Manitoba
    R6W 4B4

    Gospel Mission Church

    Weekend Worship Services

    Weekend Worship Services

    In person Services
    Saturday 6:00pm
    Sunday 8:30am, 10:00am, 11:30amWeekend Worship Services

    Kids Ministry Runs Sunday’s 8:30am & 11:30am for Age 3 (Born in 2017) to Grade 6 (Born in 2009)

    Online Streamed Service Sunday’s 10:00am only

     

     

    Youth

    Jr. Youth Grade 6 – Grade 8
    Wednesday’s 7:30pm

    Sr. Youth Grade 9 – Grade 12
    Wednesday’s 7:30pm

    Women's Morning Out

    Women’s Morning Out

    Runs September – November,  March – May
    Monday’s 9:30am – 11:00am

    Lifegroups for anyone age 18 (or graduated) and up!

    Our groups consist of a variety of different life stages as well.  From single, or married with kids, we will help you to find a group that fits what you are looking for!  Most Lifegroups meet every other week and consist of 8-12 people.  Message Lifegroups@gmchurch.ca for more information or to sign up.

    Contact

    855 15th Street

    Pembina Valley Baptist Church

    We are an independent Baptist church seeking to glorify God in every aspect of our life and ministry. Everything that we believe and the principles that we live by are founded in the Bible. You will find a ministry that seeks to uplift Christ and please Him in every area of ministry. Our desire is that God would use the Pembina Valley Baptist Church to help you draw close to the Saviour and give you the tools necessary to grow in grace.

    Church Services

    Sundays at 11:00am & 6:00pm.
    Wednesdays at 7:00pm.
    Everyone welcome to attend,  nursery is provided.

     

    Sunday School

    Sunday’s at 10:00am.
    Everyone is welcome to attend, nursery provided.

    Master Club Program

    Wednesday’s at 7:00pm.
    Children 2-12 years old are welcome.
    There is no cost to attend.

    Youth Program

    Friday’s at 7:00pm.
    Young people 12-18 years old are welcome.
    There is no cost to attend.

    Canadian Baptist Bible College

    Registration of those 16 years of age and older must be completed and accepted to attend.
    Classes are held Tuesday, Thursday, Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. There is a cost for each class which is totaled upon registration.

    CanAmera Baptist Missions International

    CanAmera Baptist Missions International is a ministry of the Pembina Valley Baptist Church, and is a Bible-based, unashamedly Baptist mission––making a difference in local church missions with a sound, proven approach.

    We are a full-service, no fee, faith-based ministry, and will accept missionary candidates from independent Baptist churches of like-faith, doctrine and practice.

    CanAmera Baptist Missions International is a local church ministry, established to help other local churches in getting their God-called missionaries to the place God has called them. If we can partner with you in this endeavor for Christ, please contact us at canamera@pvbc.ca.

    Contact

    Address:
    120 Manitoba Road Winkler, MB

    Mailing address:
    Box 415 Winkler, Manitoba R6W 4A6

    Red River College Winkler Campus

    RRC’s Winkler Campus provides access to education in the Pembina Valley by offering several full-time programs as well as a variety of part-time courses.

    Business Administration Diploma

    https://catalogue.rrc.ca/Programs/WC/Fulltime/BUADF-NA?_ga=2.217149590.1499173130.1613484887-1837615794.1600369703

    Health Care Aide Certificate

    https://catalogue.rrc.ca/Programs/WC/Fulltime/HEACF-CT?_ga=2.248722183.1499173130.1613484887-1837615794.1600369703

    Early Childhood Education Diploma

    https://catalogue.rrc.ca/Programs/WC/Fulltime/EARCF-DP?_ga=2.256471819.1499173130.1613484887-1837615794.1600369703

    Early Childhood Education Workplace Diploma

    https://catalogue.rrc.ca/Programs/WC/Fulltime/EARWF-DP?_ga=2.256471819.1499173130.1613484887-1837615794.1600369703

    Administrative Assistant Certificate

    https://catalogue.rrc.ca/Programs/WC/Fulltime/ADMAF-CT?_ga=2.219427737.1499173130.1613484887-1837615794.1600369703

    Business, Accounting & Management Certificate

    https://catalogue.rrc.ca/Programs/WC/Fulltime/BUSMF-CT?_ga=2.206796691.1499173130.1613484887-1837615794.1600369703

    Part-Time Evening Courses

    https://catalogue.rrc..ca/Programs/WC?_ga=2.256014091.1499173130.1613484887-1837615794.1600369703

    Contact

    100-561 Main Street, Winkler, MB R6W 1E8

    Regional Connections

    Regional Connections supports newcomers to Canada and community members with settlement, employment, language training and community connection services. Services are free for all participants.

    Office hours are Monday – Thursday, 8:30am – 9:00pm
    Friday – 8:30am – 4:30pm

    Settlement Services

    Needs assessment, settlement plan, and information on living in Canada for all newcomers.

    Settlement Workers in School (SWIS)

    Support for newcomer students and families in Garden Valley School Division.

    Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)

    Home visit program for isolated newcomer mothers of preschool aged children.

    Employment Services

    Job search, resume writing, cover letter writing and public job boards for all community members; public job search area includes 2 computers for public use, internet, printing and fax; employment-related group information sessions for newcomers and all community members on employment standards, workplace culture, career success, trades qualification, post-secondary options etc

    Language training

    ESL for newcomers, CLB 1-8, for English in the community and at work.

    Manitoba Adult Literacy Program

    All community members with literacy needs, typically those with less than 8 years of formal education.

    English at Work

    Classes for ESL and literacy in the workplace.

    Conversation circles and language buddies for informal language learning.

    Onsite childcare is available at Regional Connections for students in English classes.

    Community Connections

    Referrals and connections to community resources; volunteer program to help social connections and meet community members.

    Community Mentorship Program

    Support newcomers during their first year in the community; multicultural events and activities.

    Contact

    2-295 Perry Street
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0K9

    Winkler Bible Camp

    Winkler Bible Camp is a non-denominational Christian camp that provides a safe Summer Camp setting for children and teens to make new friends, explore their faith, and stretch their limits. In addition to running Summer camp we host rental groups, company picnics, Outdoor Education programs, and much more!

    Winkler Bible Camp Summer Camp

    Provides a safe setting for children and teens to make new friends, explore their faith and stretch their limits. We have 2 unique sites and options for individuals in kindergarten through Grade 12, and a camp session that ranges from 2 to 5 days in length.
    What we have to offer:
    -Staff to camper ratio of 1:5
    -Long standing record or safety and trust
    -Dedicated, screened and trained Christian ministry team
    -Opportunities to build long lasting friendships
    -A non-denominational atmosphere with a clear “no pressure” Christian message
    -High standards as an accredited camp with Manitoba Camping Association and with Christian camping International
    -Time away from the distractions of media

    Please visit our website for summer schedule pricing details

    Guest Group Rentals

    Come and enjoy the serenity of an intimate wooded area without the worries of finding your way into the bush.  Located right along Manitoba Highway #3, Winkler Bible Camp is an exceptional and convenient place to host a variety of events.

    Our facility is the ideal place to host events including church or youth retreats, business meetings or seminars, weddings, banquets, company picnics and more!  We have a variety of packages to accomodate many different types of events and needs.

    Please visit our website or call our office for full details and pricing.

     

     

    WBCBeyond.com

    WBC Beyond is an online video portal with exciting shows and miniseries children and teens can enjoy.

    Allow us to entertain, teach and inspire you through our unique original content. You can follow along with the adventures of Connor and Bethany in their fort called Wonder World, laugh along with our animated shorts, or learn a new song in our music section. No matter what you end up watching, we are glad to be able to connect with you beyond the summer and our physical location.

    Contact

    Address:
    16037 HWY 3

    Mailing Address:
    Box 2340
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4C1

    Winkler Central Station

    Central Station is a community centre in the heart of Winkler. We have a drop-in space that is open Monday – Friday and offer a variety of programs year round. We work closely with the Winkler & District Food Cupboard and Cafe 545 Community Meal as we believe food brings people together! We are a hub that can help connect community members to the resources they’re needing.

    Drop In

    • Days Monday–Friday
    • Cost Free!

    We are open every day of the week for you to drop-in & say hello. We have wifi & computer access, phone access, and can help with filling out, printing, faxing or scanning documents.

    Monday 9AM-6:30PM

    Tuesday 9AM-2PM

    Wednesday 9AM-5PM

    Thursday 9AM-2PM

    Friday 9AM-2PM

    Community Care

    The Community Care Program brings individuals and families and their supporters together, to work through complicated life issues and make life better.

    Check out the Community Care page on our website for more information!

    Community Advocacy Training (CAT)

    Learn how to advocate, navigate the system, and take action on issues in our community.

    The CAT Program is designed to help community members develop the skills they need to stand up for their rights and take leadership on issues important to them.

    Take part with a group of your peers 1 day a week for 8 weeks, of learning from experts in their fields on topics around advocacy and how to become a leader in our community.

    Sign up to join.

    Better Access to Groceries (BAG)

    Every other week, we provide a bag of produce valued at $20 or more for a purchase price of $10.00 each.  Call, email or sign up on the Central Station website.  Pick up is every other Tuesday 4:00-5:00 pm.

    Easy Eats Meal Kit

    Every Thursday we offer a different meal kit for 2 or 8 people.  The cost is by donation and the suggested price is $7.00 for the 2 person meal kit and $20.00 for the 8 person kit.  Please call, email or DM on our Facebook or Instagram page.

    Cafe 545

    Monday dine in meal.  There is no charge or sign up required for the meal – donations are accepted but not expected.

    Monday 5:00-6:30pm

     

    Winkler & District Food Cupboard

    Open Wednesdays 9AM-11AM & 3PM-5PM.

    The Winkler & District Food Cupboard is available to any Winkler district resident in need.  Sign up is required, call 204-325-0257.  Rides are available.  Food will be served during both time slots.

    Community Financial Counselling Services

    Have questions about your credit or finances?  Looking for ways to decrease your expenses?  Contact 1-888-573-2383 ext 211 to make a phone or virtual appointment.

    Winkler Affordable Housing

    Contact us by email at housing@winklercentralstation.ca or drop in to pick an application for affordable housing.

    Advocacy Office

    Tuesdays 10Am-12PM & Thursdays 12PM-2PM

    Are you needing help with accessing community resourses & supports?  Our community advocates are here for you!

    Come into Central Station during Advocacy Office hours & ask to speak to an advocate.

    Contact

    Address
    555 Main Street
    Winkler MB

    Mailing Address
    Box 736 Winkler, MB R6W4A8

    Winkler Family Resource Centre

    WFRC provides quality Preschool programs to families in Winkler and the surrounding area.

    Kit and Kaboodle

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Wiggle, Giggle, Munch

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Preschool Party

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Preschool Programs in Plum Coulee

    Open to preschool children and their parent or caregiver.

    One a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    WFRC Lending Library

    New to our centre.

    Families can check out a busy binder or a board game.

    Please our available products on our website.

    Contact

    Address:
    750 15th Street
    Winkler

    Mailing address:
    PO BOX 997
    Winkler, Mb
    R6W 4B1

    Winkler Sommerfeld Church

    The Winkler Sommerfeld Mennonite Church is one of 13 Sommerfeld churches in our conference. We have two church services on Sunday mornings. During the 9:00am English service, we sing traditional hymns at the beginning, middle and end of each service. Our 10:30am service proceeds in a split service first half Low German second half English language. Sunday School happens in English during both services for the children.

    Office Hours

    Office Hours

    Monday – Friday 9:00am – 12:00 noon
    Phone (204)315-7676

    Contact

    189 2nd Street Winkler, MB

    Mailing address:
    189 2nd Street Winkler, Manitoba R6W 3N2

    Workplace Education Manitoba

    Our Vision is that all Manitobans have access to the Essential Skills knowledge and training required to determine and pursue goals related to learning, the workplace, and life. WEM provides funded assessments and training to individuals and workplaces, partnering together to develop beneficial solutions to fit specific needs and goals. Our Essential Skills include reading, writing, document use, oral communication, thinking skills, digital technology, numeracy, working with others, and continuous learning.

    Essential Skills Workshops

    Before entering specialized training or a new job, consider taking a WEM assessment to find where your skill strengths and gaps lie. WEM offers in-class instruction to help get you up to speed and ready for your next training or employment goal.

    Workplace Partnerships

    Ask us about our customized workplace training solutions to strengthen your workplace and align with your needs. To learn more about how WEM can support continuous improvement and upskilling, call (204) 361-6857 or email rbamford@wem.mb.ca.

    Online Training

    WEM continually offers online workshops throughout the year, including “Career Launcher”, “Communicating in the Workplace”, and “Speaking to the Skills I Have.” These workshops are especially beneficial if you’re entering the workforce for the first time or re-entering after time away.

    Contact

    500 Stephen St.
    Morden, MB
    R6M 1T7

    Employment

    Gateway Resources

    The vision at Gateway Resources is to maximize the growth and development of adults living with an intellectual disability thereby empowering them to live full and productive lives both at work and in their community.

    Gateways Summer Day Camp

    A summer camp designated for children 5-12

    July 5-9, July 12-16, July 19-23

    August 9-13, August 16-20, August 23-27

    Each camp runs from 9am-4pm.

    Registration is for each individual week.

    Each week costs $85 per child.

    Sign up at Gateway resources website or contact Mike Klassen at mike@gatewayresourcesinc.com

    or (204)325-7304 ext 228

    Contact

    1582 Pembina Ave. W.
    Winkler Manitoba
    R6W 4B4

    Regional Connections

    Regional Connections supports newcomers to Canada and community members with settlement, employment, language training and community connection services. Services are free for all participants.

    Office hours are Monday – Thursday, 8:30am – 9:00pm
    Friday – 8:30am – 4:30pm

    Settlement Services

    Needs assessment, settlement plan, and information on living in Canada for all newcomers.

    Settlement Workers in School (SWIS)

    Support for newcomer students and families in Garden Valley School Division.

    Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)

    Home visit program for isolated newcomer mothers of preschool aged children.

    Employment Services

    Job search, resume writing, cover letter writing and public job boards for all community members; public job search area includes 2 computers for public use, internet, printing and fax; employment-related group information sessions for newcomers and all community members on employment standards, workplace culture, career success, trades qualification, post-secondary options etc

    Language training

    ESL for newcomers, CLB 1-8, for English in the community and at work.

    Manitoba Adult Literacy Program

    All community members with literacy needs, typically those with less than 8 years of formal education.

    English at Work

    Classes for ESL and literacy in the workplace.

    Conversation circles and language buddies for informal language learning.

    Onsite childcare is available at Regional Connections for students in English classes.

    Community Connections

    Referrals and connections to community resources; volunteer program to help social connections and meet community members.

    Community Mentorship Program

    Support newcomers during their first year in the community; multicultural events and activities.

    Contact

    2-295 Perry Street
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0K9

    Segue Career Options

    Segue Career Options is a supportive employment agency assisting individuals that are experiencing challenges and or barriers in finding employment. Programs are available for youth aged 15-30, individuals aged 18-60, and for persons with disabilities. There is no cost to participants in the projects, but must meet eligibility criteria. Segue is open Monday to Thursday 8-5, Friday 8-4:30.

    Employment Assistance for Persons with Disabilities (EAPD)

    Participant eligibility:

    -Resident of Manitoba with a mental, psychiatric, learning or physical disability.
    -Must be 16 years of age or older.
    -Must provide proof of a qualifying disability, diagnosed or assessed by an appropriate professional.
    This program offers a wide range of employment-focused services, including personalized Vocational Assessments to assist adults with disabilities in preparing for, obtaining, and maintaining employement.

    Job Education and Mentoring Project (JUMP)

    Participant eligibility:
    – Unemployed or under employed (≤20hrs./wk.)
    – Manitoban with a valid SIN.
    – Must be between the ages of 18-60.
    – Must be ready for part-time/full-time employment.
    – May be receiving Employment and Income Assistance (EIA) or Employment Insurance (EI).
    This program offers 4 weeks of in class or on-line instruction featuring résumé and cover letter development, interview prep and practice, communication skills, and more. Followed by 8 weeks of work experience that staff assist participants in obtaining.

    Opportunities for Employment Skills Development (OPPs)

    Participant eligibility:
    – Must have self-declared or formal diagnosis.
    – Must be between the ages of 15-60.
    – Cannot be EI eligible.
    This program offers one-on-one employability enhancement for individuals experiencing barriers to employment, e.g. mental or physical health issues, mobility, intellectual, or learning disabilities.

    Wellness U30

    Participant eligibility:
    – Must be between the ages of 15-30.
    – Manitoba resident with a valid SIN.
    This program offers employability and life skills training and development for youth facing a variety of challenges, such as job uncertainty, rising cost of living, and increasing anxiety. Options include coaching in employment readiness, confidence-building, adulting, and mental well-being. From a classroom-setting, one-on-one meetings, or a chat over a simple cup of coffee.  Wellness U30 helps youth navigate new opportunities.

    Contact

    Address:
    309 Main Street Winkler, MB

    Mailing address:
    Box 435 Winkler, MB R6W 4A6

    Workplace Education Manitoba

    Our Vision is that all Manitobans have access to the Essential Skills knowledge and training required to determine and pursue goals related to learning, the workplace, and life. WEM provides funded assessments and training to individuals and workplaces, partnering together to develop beneficial solutions to fit specific needs and goals. Our Essential Skills include reading, writing, document use, oral communication, thinking skills, digital technology, numeracy, working with others, and continuous learning.

    Essential Skills Workshops

    Before entering specialized training or a new job, consider taking a WEM assessment to find where your skill strengths and gaps lie. WEM offers in-class instruction to help get you up to speed and ready for your next training or employment goal.

    Workplace Partnerships

    Ask us about our customized workplace training solutions to strengthen your workplace and align with your needs. To learn more about how WEM can support continuous improvement and upskilling, call (204) 361-6857 or email rbamford@wem.mb.ca.

    Online Training

    WEM continually offers online workshops throughout the year, including “Career Launcher”, “Communicating in the Workplace”, and “Speaking to the Skills I Have.” These workshops are especially beneficial if you’re entering the workforce for the first time or re-entering after time away.

    Contact

    500 Stephen St.
    Morden, MB
    R6M 1T7

    Financial

    Christ Full Gospel Fellowship

    At Christ Full Gospel Fellowship, our mission is two-pronged, and based on the Great Commandment, found in Matthew 22:38-39 (” … ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbour as yourself.”), and the Great Commission found in Matthew 28:18-20. ( “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”)

    From these two passages of scripture we feel we have a five point mandate. 
    – to love God with all that we have and everything that is in us. 
    – to love our neighbour in the same way we love ourselves 
    – to go into all the world teaching people to know Christ and to follow His ways 
    – baptizing new believers into the church 
    – to teach and prepare all believers in Christ to minister in the church and to share Christ’s love and forgiveness with others

    To help us fulfill this mission, we conduct services where we offer praise and worship to God for His wonderful gift, His Son Jesus Christ. In every service the desire is to create an atmosphere where the presence of the Holy Spirit will be allowed to minister. This is done through contemporary praise and worship music, and inspiring faith filled messages. The teaching is practical enough to allow everyone to implement God’s Word in their own lives. Sunday services, Tuesday evening services, special events like banquets, musical pageants, sock hops, Easter egg hunts, and daily vacation Bible school, are events we use to allow friends, family, and hopefully those who would not normally attend church, to come and enjoy the Lord’s presence and the church family. Along side of the local activity, we are also involved in other regions. Members of this church have been involved in prison ministry as well as ministry in Mexico, the Philippines, and Africa. Through Victory Churches International, our involvement in missions has expanded beyond what we were capable of doing by ourselves. It has been our pleasure to see people come to the saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ, as well as being involved in planting and establishing churches, orphanages, feeding centres, and schools throughout the world.

    MIGHTY MEN OF VALOUR

    Master Builders Men’s Ministry
    Master – adjective – a skilled practitioner of a particular art or activity. Builder – one who constructs by putting parts or materials together. When you put these two words together, you get an idea of the concept behind Master Builder’s at Christ Full Gospel Fellowship. This group consists of men, sixteen years of age or older, and focuses on building.
    Firstly to build our individual lives. To develop in the character of Christ, to grow in maturity and integrity, to build accountability, to build relationships that will allow each one to help build the other.
    Secondly, we desire to build strong families. Families that will establish homes where Christ can be at the centre. Homes that are established in the love, security, peace, and harmony that Christ desires for us.
    Thirdly, to build strong churches. Churches that are able to share the love of God, stand for righteousness, train disciples, and reach the world for Jesus Christ.
    To build strong communities. Communities where righteousness is exalted, and law and order are embraced. Communities that provide a safe, healthy environment to raise children, and to engage in commerce.
    In pursuit of these goals, the men meet for breakfast the first Saturday of every month, go on camping weekends, tackle work projects, cook lunch for the church, and other activities which provide times of both fun and refreshing.

    J.E.W.E.L.S.

    Ladies Ministry
    The J.E.W.E.L.’s at Christ Full Gospel Fellowship are women who are at least sixteen years of age. They meet at 8:00 a.m. on the first Saturday of every month. During this time, this group of ladies spend time building relationships with each other as well as the Lord, as they study principles from God’s Word. This is also a time where they discuss and find ways to implement various projects to help fund mission outreaches. Whether organizing garage sales, making pies, hosting a tea, or implementing any number of other things, the women’s ministry helps facilitate support for the local church as well as for orphanages and outreaches around the world.
    These women prove themselves to be precious jewels, whose husbands can rise up and call them blessed.

    YOUTH

    The youth group consists of those members of the church who are from ten to eighteen years old.  They meet Friday nights from seven to nine, under the direction of David & Melissa Guenther, at the chruch. The evenings consist of solid Biblical instruction in a fun, safe, loving environment. Special events and outings, like conventions, pizza parties, work parties, sports, and games nights, along with church involvement, give many opportunities to learn and grow in Christian character. These activities also become times to invite others to experience the Jesus life. Many of the youth from Christ Full Gospel Fellowship have enjoyed involvement in various mission trips and opportunities that are offered through Victory Churches International.

    KIDS CHURCH

    Train up a child in the way he should go, even when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6
    At Christ Full Gospel Fellowship we invite all children to enter the K.I.D.S. (Kids In Divine Service) programs. We believe children are our most valuable resource and are dedicated to encouraging spiritual and social growth in them.
    Our mission is to provide the best possible care, comfort, safety, guidance, and instruction (using age appropriate materials), to help each child grow in a personal relationship with Jesus. The Bible is our text book. Other books and printed material, programs, videos, puppets, and games are used as resources to bring the teachings of the Bible alive in the minds and hearts of our children.
    Our adult and teen volunteers are trained in child safety and security to help ensure the safety of your child. Under the direction of David and Melissa Gunther, they are living examples, demonstrating the love of God to each child, and reinforcing the values imparted by the parents.
    At Christ Full Gospel Fellowship, we strive for a well rounded ministry of instruction, evangelism, discipleship, Bible memory, outreach events, mission projects, worship, sports activities, special events and ministry opportunities.
    Our goal is to make Christ Full Gospel Fellowship one of the most exciting places for children to be. We want them to not only grow spiritually, and socially, but also have fun just being a child. 3 John 1:4 I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth.

    WORSHIP TEAM

    Various instruments and voices combine to produce the victorious praise and heartfelt worship which are an integral part of the life of the church. Every week the worship team at Christ Full Gospel Fellowship seeks the direction and leading of the Holy Spirit as they prepare songs designed to bring the congregation into a place of worship.
    Since several of the contemporary style songs have been written by members of the team, they capture the spirit of where this church is currently at.
    Anyone with the ability and the desire to minister to the Lord through music is encouraged to contact Pastor Bryan Wiebe. He imparts direction and vision to this vital ministry.
    “Give unto the Lord, O ye mighty, give unto the Lord glory and strength.  Give unto the Lord the glory due his name; worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.  The voice of the Lord is upon the woters: the God of glory thundereth: the Lord is upon many waters.”  -Psalm 29:1-3

    HOSPITALITY

    Hospitality is described as “the friendly and generous treatment of guests or strangers”. At Christ Full Gospel Fellowship each person who enters is given a warm smile and friendly handshake at the front door. Many first time attenders have commented on the feeling of coming home, of the acceptance extended by the whole congregation. It is our desire to have every person know they are important, regardless of age, sex, ability, or nationality.

    Greeters and ushers may extend the first welcome, but it is the invites to lunch, homes, teas, and other social events that allow everybody to get involved in welcoming those who are searching for a church home, a place to belong.

    “Rejoicing in hope; patient in tribulation; continuing instant in prayer; distributing to the necessity of saints; given to hospitality.  Bless them which persecute you: bless, and curse not.  Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep.” -Romans 12:12-15

    Academy - ACCELERATED CHRISTIAN EDUCATION

    “Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it”. (Proverbs 22:6)

    At Christ Full Gospel Christian Academy we take this scripture as our mandate to train young men and women to be the best they can be. Every student is encouraged to develop to their full potential. Godly principles are used to lay a foundation upon which each student will grow academically as well as spiritually, socially, and morally. High standards of excellence are achieved by placing an emphasis on moral values and Godly character, as well as self-discipline, goal setting and achievements.

    In 2003-2004 the school opened with the Kindergarten class, and has grown to encompass most grade levels. The Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.) curriculum is used to promote Biblically based, Godly character through core subjects while still maintaining well rounded academics. The individualized learning system allows each student to work at their own pace and level.

    Certified staff provide one-on-one assistance to help every student master areas of personal difficulty through out their school experience. Many of the students plan to further their studies after graduation in Canada or abroad.

    The core curriculum provides students with academics, skill building, reading practice, character and wisdom training, and a knowledge of God and His Word.

    It is our desire to work together with the parents, to train and to educate every child to become the best that they can be. Our goal is to train and to develop the whole student – spirit, soul, and body. We encourage each of student to reach for their highest level in academic, physical, and spiritual development.

    The Bible declares that children are a heritage from the Lord. We encourage every parent to provide the opportunity for your children to grow in the nurture and admonition of the Lord, as they are trained to live responsible and successful lives based on God’s Word.

     

    Curriculum

    The core curriculum provides students with academics, skill building, reading practice, character and wisdom training, and a knowledge of God andHis Word.

     

    Our Desire

    It is our desire to work together with the parents, to train and to educate every child to become the best that they can be. Our goal is to train and to develop the whole student – spirit, soul, and body. We encourage each of student to reach for their highest level in academic, physical, and spiritual development.

    Contact

    Address:
    75 Elm St. Plum Coulee, MB

    Community Financial Helpline

    The Community Financial Help Line can help answer your questions about :Covid-19 financial supports (CERB, CESB, etc), tax filing; benefits and credits (CCB, DTC, etc.) income supports (EIA, OAS, GIS, CPP, CPP-D, etec.) and community supports and services.  Call or text Monday – Friday between 10am and 2pm.

    Contact

    Food Programs

    Winkler and District Multi-purpose Senior Centre

    The Senior Centre is a focal point in Winkler and surrounding district providing opportunities for persons 55 plus to experience a positive and dignified retirement lifestyle in their community.
    We provide services that engage the whole person including sport, community, volunteerism, personal wellness, and meals.

    Services for Seniors

    Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm, summer hours 8am-4pm.

    Our purpose to to make seniors aware and are provided access to services that assist seniors in maintaining their independence. A place where senior and caregivers can find resources and information to assist them in caregiving decisions and issues. We continue to expand our services to meet the needs of the aging population.

    We offer:

    ERIK (Emergency Response Information Kits ($2 suggested donation)

    Referrals for footcare, transportation, housekeeping

    Medical Equipment Rentals

    Assistance with filling out various forms

    Check in calls

    Health and Safety Promotions

    Please contact the office for information regarding availability of services and/or possible fees for services. For more information check our website.

     

     

    Congregate Meals/Meals on Wheels

    The main purpose to serve the needs of a population of older adults in our community and provide a well balanced meal at a reasonable cost.

    Cost $8.00 per meal.

     

    Congregate meal program at Winkler Senior Centre:

    5 days week noon meal program at 12:00

     

    Congregate meal program at Cedar Estates:

    5 days a week noon meal program – Monday to Friday at 12:00

     

    Meals on Wheels cooked at Winkler Senior Centre:

    3 days a week noon meal program – Monday, Wednesday, Friday

    Delivery between 11:30-12:30

    We deliver within the city of Winkler limits as our kitchen and volunteer driver capacity limit permits.

     

    Menus and information are available online at www.winklerseniorcentre.com

    For more information or to register for meals call the office.

     

    Senior Centre Recreational Programs

    We are a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for older adults to experience a positive and dignified retirement lifestyle in their community.

    Provides a service that engages the whole person including sort, community, volunteerism, personal wellness and meals. A place for caregivers to find resources and information to assist in caregiving decisions and issues.

    A place for older adults to find friendship and resources for day to day living.

    Programs and services include:

    Blood pressure/Blood glucose clinics

    Board and card games

    Coffee all day

    Fitness programs and Gym

    Floor curling and floor shuffle

    Free Wifi (internet access)

    Gift shoppe

    Health topics

    Jam sessions

    Line dancing

    Library (books and puzzles to loan)

    Pickleball

    Presentations/Workshops

    Services for seniors

    Tea room

    Waffle Breakfast

    Volunteer opportunities

     

    Contact

    Address:
    650 South Railway Ave

    Mailing:
    102-650 Railway Ave
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0L6

    Winkler Central Station

    Central Station is a community centre in the heart of Winkler. We have a drop-in space that is open Monday – Friday and offer a variety of programs year round. We work closely with the Winkler & District Food Cupboard and Cafe 545 Community Meal as we believe food brings people together! We are a hub that can help connect community members to the resources they’re needing.

    Drop In

    • Days Monday–Friday
    • Cost Free!

    We are open every day of the week for you to drop-in & say hello. We have wifi & computer access, phone access, and can help with filling out, printing, faxing or scanning documents.

    Monday 9AM-6:30PM

    Tuesday 9AM-2PM

    Wednesday 9AM-5PM

    Thursday 9AM-2PM

    Friday 9AM-2PM

    Community Care

    The Community Care Program brings individuals and families and their supporters together, to work through complicated life issues and make life better.

    Check out the Community Care page on our website for more information!

    Community Advocacy Training (CAT)

    Learn how to advocate, navigate the system, and take action on issues in our community.

    The CAT Program is designed to help community members develop the skills they need to stand up for their rights and take leadership on issues important to them.

    Take part with a group of your peers 1 day a week for 8 weeks, of learning from experts in their fields on topics around advocacy and how to become a leader in our community.

    Sign up to join.

    Better Access to Groceries (BAG)

    Every other week, we provide a bag of produce valued at $20 or more for a purchase price of $10.00 each.  Call, email or sign up on the Central Station website.  Pick up is every other Tuesday 4:00-5:00 pm.

    Easy Eats Meal Kit

    Every Thursday we offer a different meal kit for 2 or 8 people.  The cost is by donation and the suggested price is $7.00 for the 2 person meal kit and $20.00 for the 8 person kit.  Please call, email or DM on our Facebook or Instagram page.

    Cafe 545

    Monday dine in meal.  There is no charge or sign up required for the meal – donations are accepted but not expected.

    Monday 5:00-6:30pm

     

    Winkler & District Food Cupboard

    Open Wednesdays 9AM-11AM & 3PM-5PM.

    The Winkler & District Food Cupboard is available to any Winkler district resident in need.  Sign up is required, call 204-325-0257.  Rides are available.  Food will be served during both time slots.

    Community Financial Counselling Services

    Have questions about your credit or finances?  Looking for ways to decrease your expenses?  Contact 1-888-573-2383 ext 211 to make a phone or virtual appointment.

    Winkler Affordable Housing

    Contact us by email at housing@winklercentralstation.ca or drop in to pick an application for affordable housing.

    Advocacy Office

    Tuesdays 10Am-12PM & Thursdays 12PM-2PM

    Are you needing help with accessing community resourses & supports?  Our community advocates are here for you!

    Come into Central Station during Advocacy Office hours & ask to speak to an advocate.

    Contact

    Address
    555 Main Street
    Winkler MB

    Mailing Address
    Box 736 Winkler, MB R6W4A8

    Winkler Food Cupboard

    We provide food hampers for people experiencing food insecurities.

    Food hampers

    The Food Cupboard is open from 9am-11:00am and 3:00pm-5:00pm each Wednesday.  Clients are eligible for a hamper every other week.

    There is no cost. Register at Central Station.  Call or email Central Station to make an appointment.  204-325-0257 or email  info@winklercentralstation.ca

    Donations can be mailed to

    Box 488 Winkler, MB R6W 4A7

    Contact

    Address:
    555 Main St.
    Winkler, MB

    Mailing address:
    Box 488
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4A7

    Housing

    Canada-Manitoba Housing Benefit-Youth Stream

    As part of the National Housing Strategy, the Province of Manitoba is launching the youth stream of the Canada-Manitoba Housing Benefit (CMHB).  The CMHB is a rent supplement for youth who are leaving the care of Child and Family Services (CFS) or who have left the care of CFS in the past year.  The CMHB provides up to $250 a month for up to two years to eligible youth and can be stacked with Rent Assist or non-EIA Rent Assist.

    Youth leaving care or who have recently left care may be eligible to apply The application is available online at Province of Manitoba | Families | Manitoba Housing | CMHB – Youth Stream (gov.mb.ca).  

    Contact
    Email

    Genesis House

    Genesis House is a crisis shelter for abused women and their children located in Winkler and serving the Pembina Valley.

    What the Shelter Provides

    The shelter has five bedrooms and can provide accommodations for 16 people.  While in the shelter the families’ basic needs are met  including safety, food, and medical care.  There is no cost for staying at Genesis House and the program includes counselling, support groups, referrals, and advocacy.  Families choosing to live free from violence will also be provided assistance in seeking out housing options in the community of their choice.  Families taking part in the program can stay up to 30 days, with follow-up counselling and support available to women and children after departure.  Genesis House also provides public education about domestic violence to the community when requested.

    Contact

    Winkler

    Mailing address:
    Box 389 Winkler, MB R6W 4A6

    Regional Connections

    Regional Connections supports newcomers to Canada and community members with settlement, employment, language training and community connection services. Services are free for all participants.

    Office hours are Monday – Thursday, 8:30am – 9:00pm
    Friday – 8:30am – 4:30pm

    Settlement Services

    Needs assessment, settlement plan, and information on living in Canada for all newcomers.

    Settlement Workers in School (SWIS)

    Support for newcomer students and families in Garden Valley School Division.

    Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)

    Home visit program for isolated newcomer mothers of preschool aged children.

    Employment Services

    Job search, resume writing, cover letter writing and public job boards for all community members; public job search area includes 2 computers for public use, internet, printing and fax; employment-related group information sessions for newcomers and all community members on employment standards, workplace culture, career success, trades qualification, post-secondary options etc

    Language training

    ESL for newcomers, CLB 1-8, for English in the community and at work.

    Manitoba Adult Literacy Program

    All community members with literacy needs, typically those with less than 8 years of formal education.

    English at Work

    Classes for ESL and literacy in the workplace.

    Conversation circles and language buddies for informal language learning.

    Onsite childcare is available at Regional Connections for students in English classes.

    Community Connections

    Referrals and connections to community resources; volunteer program to help social connections and meet community members.

    Community Mentorship Program

    Support newcomers during their first year in the community; multicultural events and activities.

    Contact

    2-295 Perry Street
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0K9

    Residential Tenancies Branch

    Help you be providing info on matters such as rent, repairs and deposits and mediating disputes between landlord and tenants. Info on rights and responsibilities during tenancy provided, investigates problems, and holds hearings to makes decisions and issue orders on certain issues.

    Contact

    Winkler Central Station

    Central Station is a community centre in the heart of Winkler. We have a drop-in space that is open Monday – Friday and offer a variety of programs year round. We work closely with the Winkler & District Food Cupboard and Cafe 545 Community Meal as we believe food brings people together! We are a hub that can help connect community members to the resources they’re needing.

    Drop In

    • Days Monday–Friday
    • Cost Free!

    We are open every day of the week for you to drop-in & say hello. We have wifi & computer access, phone access, and can help with filling out, printing, faxing or scanning documents.

    Monday 9AM-6:30PM

    Tuesday 9AM-2PM

    Wednesday 9AM-5PM

    Thursday 9AM-2PM

    Friday 9AM-2PM

    Community Care

    The Community Care Program brings individuals and families and their supporters together, to work through complicated life issues and make life better.

    Check out the Community Care page on our website for more information!

    Community Advocacy Training (CAT)

    Learn how to advocate, navigate the system, and take action on issues in our community.

    The CAT Program is designed to help community members develop the skills they need to stand up for their rights and take leadership on issues important to them.

    Take part with a group of your peers 1 day a week for 8 weeks, of learning from experts in their fields on topics around advocacy and how to become a leader in our community.

    Sign up to join.

    Better Access to Groceries (BAG)

    Every other week, we provide a bag of produce valued at $20 or more for a purchase price of $10.00 each.  Call, email or sign up on the Central Station website.  Pick up is every other Tuesday 4:00-5:00 pm.

    Easy Eats Meal Kit

    Every Thursday we offer a different meal kit for 2 or 8 people.  The cost is by donation and the suggested price is $7.00 for the 2 person meal kit and $20.00 for the 8 person kit.  Please call, email or DM on our Facebook or Instagram page.

    Cafe 545

    Monday dine in meal.  There is no charge or sign up required for the meal – donations are accepted but not expected.

    Monday 5:00-6:30pm

     

    Winkler & District Food Cupboard

    Open Wednesdays 9AM-11AM & 3PM-5PM.

    The Winkler & District Food Cupboard is available to any Winkler district resident in need.  Sign up is required, call 204-325-0257.  Rides are available.  Food will be served during both time slots.

    Community Financial Counselling Services

    Have questions about your credit or finances?  Looking for ways to decrease your expenses?  Contact 1-888-573-2383 ext 211 to make a phone or virtual appointment.

    Winkler Affordable Housing

    Contact us by email at housing@winklercentralstation.ca or drop in to pick an application for affordable housing.

    Advocacy Office

    Tuesdays 10Am-12PM & Thursdays 12PM-2PM

    Are you needing help with accessing community resourses & supports?  Our community advocates are here for you!

    Come into Central Station during Advocacy Office hours & ask to speak to an advocate.

    Contact

    Address
    555 Main Street
    Winkler MB

    Mailing Address
    Box 736 Winkler, MB R6W4A8

    Immigrant Services

    Pembina Valley Local Immigration Partnership (PVLIP)

    PVLIP strives to create Welcoming & Inclusive Communities by developing and implementing sustainable solutions for successful integration of newcomers in the Pembina Valley.

    We work with stakeholders, decision makers, newcomer voices and community partners on projects that will make our communities more welcoming and increase a sense of belonging for newcomers in the region.

    Welcoming & Inclusive Communities

    Developing framework for being Welcoming & Inclusive, improving access to community resources, and celebrating Cultural Diversity.

    Communication

    Developing a communication plan to improve information & resource sharing, increasing awareness of settlement service, and reducing barriers to access services.

    Mental Health (Well-being)

    Promoting awareness, reducing stigma or accessing resources, knowledge sharing with providers, and engaging research on needs of newcomers.

    Contact

    2-295 Perry St Winkler MB, R6W0K9

    Regional Connections

    Regional Connections supports newcomers to Canada and community members with settlement, employment, language training and community connection services. Services are free for all participants.

    Office hours are Monday – Thursday, 8:30am – 9:00pm
    Friday – 8:30am – 4:30pm

    Settlement Services

    Needs assessment, settlement plan, and information on living in Canada for all newcomers.

    Settlement Workers in School (SWIS)

    Support for newcomer students and families in Garden Valley School Division.

    Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)

    Home visit program for isolated newcomer mothers of preschool aged children.

    Employment Services

    Job search, resume writing, cover letter writing and public job boards for all community members; public job search area includes 2 computers for public use, internet, printing and fax; employment-related group information sessions for newcomers and all community members on employment standards, workplace culture, career success, trades qualification, post-secondary options etc

    Language training

    ESL for newcomers, CLB 1-8, for English in the community and at work.

    Manitoba Adult Literacy Program

    All community members with literacy needs, typically those with less than 8 years of formal education.

    English at Work

    Classes for ESL and literacy in the workplace.

    Conversation circles and language buddies for informal language learning.

    Onsite childcare is available at Regional Connections for students in English classes.

    Community Connections

    Referrals and connections to community resources; volunteer program to help social connections and meet community members.

    Community Mentorship Program

    Support newcomers during their first year in the community; multicultural events and activities.

    Contact

    2-295 Perry Street
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0K9

    Indigenous Services

    First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Line

    Immediate help to all Indigenous peoples with counselling and crisis intervention, available 24/7. Experienced and culturally competent Help Line counsellors there for help if you want to talk, are distressed, have strong emotional reactions, triggered by painful memories. Can help find additonal supports in your area. Available in English, French, and on request, Cree, Ojibway, Inuktiut.

    Contact

    Medical Services

    Boundary Trails Health Centre

    Boundary Trails Health Centre is an acute care hospital providing inpatient, emergency, surgical, rehabilitation and diagnostic services.

    Hospital Services

    Contact

    Address:
    Jct Hwy 3&14, Winkler MB

    Mailing address:
    Box 2000, Station Main, Winkler MB R6W 1H8

    C.W. Wiebe Medical Centre

    Medical Clinic for Primary Care and Specialists

    Teen Clinic

    Thursday 12-4pm

    • Open to teens and young adults
    • You can just walk in without an appointment, during teen clinic hours  *reduced hours due to Covid-19 concern
    • use the Urgent Care entrance on 4th Street
    • You have access to care for ANY issues that you need to talk about or get checked out (even just a sore throat)
    • It is CONFIDENTIAL
    • The people there like working with youth – they should be respectful, non-judgmental and can try to help you out with whatever you need
    • You can go by yourself, with a friend, or with a partner
    • Medical and counselling services are FREE

     

    Urgent Care

    The Urgent Care Centre (UCC), located within the C.W. Wiebe Medical Centre offers the services of a medical center physician for “urgent” medical situations.

    Urgent Care appointments can now be booked online. We offer in person or virtual appointments. Patients are encouraged to try and book an appointment with their Primary Care Provider when possible, to help reduce wait times in Urgent Care.

    Who should go to Urgent Care?

    The Urgent Care Centre is for those that need to be seen urgently by a physician that day, non-emergency medical matters and for those new to the area that don’t have a regular physician at this time. UCC physicians offer in person or phone visits for a variety of urgent, non-life threatening illnesses and injuries such as:

     

     

    • Abrasions/minor cuts
    • Allergies
    • Cough
    • Diarrhea
    • Ear pain
    • Fever
    • Flu
    • Minor injuries
    • Pink eye
    • Rash
    • Sinus infection
    • Sore throat
    • Strains/sprains
    • Urinary tract infection
    • Yeast infection

    Prescription Renewals and Non Urgent Visits

    If you require a prescription renewal or have a non-urgent medical issue, including a physical or a form, please call our office during regular hours or use the Online Booking service to schedule an appointment with your doctor.

    Please note: Repeat prescriptions for Tylenol No. 3, sleeping pills and related medications will not be given in Urgent Care.

     

     

    Contact

    385 Main Street Winkler, MB R6W 1J2

    Winkler and District Multi-purpose Senior Centre

    The Senior Centre is a focal point in Winkler and surrounding district providing opportunities for persons 55 plus to experience a positive and dignified retirement lifestyle in their community.
    We provide services that engage the whole person including sport, community, volunteerism, personal wellness, and meals.

    Services for Seniors

    Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm, summer hours 8am-4pm.

    Our purpose to to make seniors aware and are provided access to services that assist seniors in maintaining their independence. A place where senior and caregivers can find resources and information to assist them in caregiving decisions and issues. We continue to expand our services to meet the needs of the aging population.

    We offer:

    ERIK (Emergency Response Information Kits ($2 suggested donation)

    Referrals for footcare, transportation, housekeeping

    Medical Equipment Rentals

    Assistance with filling out various forms

    Check in calls

    Health and Safety Promotions

    Please contact the office for information regarding availability of services and/or possible fees for services. For more information check our website.

     

     

    Congregate Meals/Meals on Wheels

    The main purpose to serve the needs of a population of older adults in our community and provide a well balanced meal at a reasonable cost.

    Cost $8.00 per meal.

     

    Congregate meal program at Winkler Senior Centre:

    5 days week noon meal program at 12:00

     

    Congregate meal program at Cedar Estates:

    5 days a week noon meal program – Monday to Friday at 12:00

     

    Meals on Wheels cooked at Winkler Senior Centre:

    3 days a week noon meal program – Monday, Wednesday, Friday

    Delivery between 11:30-12:30

    We deliver within the city of Winkler limits as our kitchen and volunteer driver capacity limit permits.

     

    Menus and information are available online at www.winklerseniorcentre.com

    For more information or to register for meals call the office.

     

    Senior Centre Recreational Programs

    We are a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for older adults to experience a positive and dignified retirement lifestyle in their community.

    Provides a service that engages the whole person including sort, community, volunteerism, personal wellness and meals. A place for caregivers to find resources and information to assist in caregiving decisions and issues.

    A place for older adults to find friendship and resources for day to day living.

    Programs and services include:

    Blood pressure/Blood glucose clinics

    Board and card games

    Coffee all day

    Fitness programs and Gym

    Floor curling and floor shuffle

    Free Wifi (internet access)

    Gift shoppe

    Health topics

    Jam sessions

    Line dancing

    Library (books and puzzles to loan)

    Pickleball

    Presentations/Workshops

    Services for seniors

    Tea room

    Waffle Breakfast

    Volunteer opportunities

     

    Contact

    Address:
    650 South Railway Ave

    Mailing:
    102-650 Railway Ave
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0L6

    Mental Health

    Boundary Trails Health Centre

    Boundary Trails Health Centre is an acute care hospital providing inpatient, emergency, surgical, rehabilitation and diagnostic services.

    Hospital Services

    Contact

    Address:
    Jct Hwy 3&14, Winkler MB

    Mailing address:
    Box 2000, Station Main, Winkler MB R6W 1H8

    C.W. Wiebe Medical Centre

    Medical Clinic for Primary Care and Specialists

    Teen Clinic

    Thursday 12-4pm

    • Open to teens and young adults
    • You can just walk in without an appointment, during teen clinic hours  *reduced hours due to Covid-19 concern
    • use the Urgent Care entrance on 4th Street
    • You have access to care for ANY issues that you need to talk about or get checked out (even just a sore throat)
    • It is CONFIDENTIAL
    • The people there like working with youth – they should be respectful, non-judgmental and can try to help you out with whatever you need
    • You can go by yourself, with a friend, or with a partner
    • Medical and counselling services are FREE

     

    Urgent Care

    The Urgent Care Centre (UCC), located within the C.W. Wiebe Medical Centre offers the services of a medical center physician for “urgent” medical situations.

    Urgent Care appointments can now be booked online. We offer in person or virtual appointments. Patients are encouraged to try and book an appointment with their Primary Care Provider when possible, to help reduce wait times in Urgent Care.

    Who should go to Urgent Care?

    The Urgent Care Centre is for those that need to be seen urgently by a physician that day, non-emergency medical matters and for those new to the area that don’t have a regular physician at this time. UCC physicians offer in person or phone visits for a variety of urgent, non-life threatening illnesses and injuries such as:

     

     

    • Abrasions/minor cuts
    • Allergies
    • Cough
    • Diarrhea
    • Ear pain
    • Fever
    • Flu
    • Minor injuries
    • Pink eye
    • Rash
    • Sinus infection
    • Sore throat
    • Strains/sprains
    • Urinary tract infection
    • Yeast infection

    Prescription Renewals and Non Urgent Visits

    If you require a prescription renewal or have a non-urgent medical issue, including a physical or a form, please call our office during regular hours or use the Online Booking service to schedule an appointment with your doctor.

    Please note: Repeat prescriptions for Tylenol No. 3, sleeping pills and related medications will not be given in Urgent Care.

     

     

    Contact

    385 Main Street Winkler, MB R6W 1J2

    Community Mental Health/ACCESS Line

    Assessment, counselling, education and referral available. Assistance with fear, depression, anger, loss of control, uncertainty, thoughts of suicide. Help to develop coping skills to function at home, school, work, in society. Counselling for those covered by MB Health.   204-325-9700 (Winkler)

    Contact

    First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Line

    Immediate help to all Indigenous peoples with counselling and crisis intervention, available 24/7. Experienced and culturally competent Help Line counsellors there for help if you want to talk, are distressed, have strong emotional reactions, triggered by painful memories. Can help find additonal supports in your area. Available in English, French, and on request, Cree, Ojibway, Inuktiut.

    Contact

    Klinic Sexual Assualt Krisis Line

    24 hour phone line that provides information and crisis intervention to sexual assault victims and those close to them. Offers short and long term in-person counselling concerning sexual assault and harassment, peer support meetings with an advocate, 24/7 hospital support and advocacy.

    Manitoba Farm, Rural, and Northern Support Services

    Free, confidential non-judgement counselling for anyone who lives on a MB farm, or in a rural or Northern community. Range of services include suicide bereavement support group, medical care, counselling, education and training. Rooted in social jusitce values, Klinic belives that everyone deserves quality care, support and respect.

    Contact

    Manitoba Suicide Prevention & Support Line

    24/7 confidential support service for people at risk of suicide, concerned family/friends, those who have lost a loved one to suicide and support providers/helpers. Staff and volunteer counsellors specifically trained to deal with problems faced by youth and adults and are trained in cultural diversity, Aborigional cultural and social issues.

    Contact

    Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba


    Anyone who has a school aged child who may be struggling with their mental health in the
    Pembina Valley! There is no cost associated and no commitment, simply call or text (204) 396-7923 or email Central@moodmb.ca for more information or to sign up. Peer Support is a unique support system where everyone gets to be an equal. The group will be made up of people who have knowledge from their own experiences, and be facilitated by an individual with lived experience as well as professional training. In the context of this group, Peer Support will look like parents with children who are struggling with their mental health getting together to mutually share what they are going through with the aim that we all might benefit from each other’s knowledge.

    What are the goals of this group?
    -To reaffirm that you are not alone in the hardships you face.
    -To help you as families make informed decisions in your child’s path through the youth mental health services.
    -To provide basic education on mental health issues faced by youth, to answer questions regarding mood disorders.
    -To create a community where conversation about mental health does not carry stigma and where there are no such thing as dumb questions.
    -To learn to take care of ourselves even when trying to care for others.

    What is it that we are doing?
    We are gathering people who are facing similar hardships and sharing our knowledge, our resources, our coping skills, what works, and what doesn’t.
    We are here to find acceptance and a sense of belonging, to be surrounded by a group of people that have some measure of understanding of what we are going through.
    We are coming together so that we may learn to take better care of ourselves and the youth that we care for whom are struggling.

    What will a Peer Support Group Meeting look like?
    We will aim to meet once a week through zoom. There is no pressure to attend every session but an email will be sent out every week with the link to participate in that week’s meeting. The meeting will be facilitated by myself, we will introduce ourselves and share a little bit about our story, we will identify common experiences between ourselves, and collectively discuss and learn about issues pertaining to our situations. Some topics will organically occur and some will be preplanned by myself for discussion.

    Confidentiality
    Whatever is discussed is kept confidential – MDAM asks that each attendee not share things they’ve heard within the group, such as personal information about other participants. The only times a facilitator will breach confidentiality are if we believe someone is in danger of harming themselves, others, or someone is harming them, as well if a law enforcement officer requires information to be disclosed to them. This group will be held over Zoom so there is no need to have your camera on if you do not want your identity known to the group. Certain topics can be sensitive, especially those around Covid, Religion, and LGBT2s+ issues.
    Respect in regard to these topics is expected as not everyone will have the same beliefs within the group. Some parts of these topics can be covered but respect to others must always be the goal.

    What are some topics that may be covered?
    • Common Mental Health Issues • Resources in the Pembina Valley
    • Mental Health and School • Medication
    • Treatments and Therapies • Covid and it’s impacts
    • Boundaries and Communication • Safety
    • Addiction, drugs, and alcohol • Managing feelings, challenging thoughts
    • Self-Care • And more!

    The Unloading Zone

    There is no cost for this service.  Online and phone appointments available every Thursday.  Available in the province of Manitoba.

    We provide one-on-one peer support to those who are supporting family and friends during these challenging times.

    In the Central Region (Carman, Portage la Prairie, Winkler, Morden, Altona and surrounding area).

     

    Contact at central@moodmb.ca

    Contact

    100-4 Fort Street
    Wpg, MB R3C 1C4

    Open Skies Coaching & Counselling Associates

    Therapist / Counsellor / Life Coach

    CBT and Anxiety

    Dealing with Insomnia

    Individual Counselling

    Contact

    Address:
    400 Stephen St. Unit 106
    Morden, MB

    204-362-8030

    Palm Tree Wellness

    Counselling Services (Mental Health Counselling, Children & Adults, Trauma Therapy)

    Contact

    201 South Railway Avenue Unit 12 Winkler, MB R6W 1J9

    Pembina Valley Local Immigration Partnership (PVLIP)

    PVLIP strives to create Welcoming & Inclusive Communities by developing and implementing sustainable solutions for successful integration of newcomers in the Pembina Valley.

    We work with stakeholders, decision makers, newcomer voices and community partners on projects that will make our communities more welcoming and increase a sense of belonging for newcomers in the region.

    Welcoming & Inclusive Communities

    Developing framework for being Welcoming & Inclusive, improving access to community resources, and celebrating Cultural Diversity.

    Communication

    Developing a communication plan to improve information & resource sharing, increasing awareness of settlement service, and reducing barriers to access services.

    Mental Health (Well-being)

    Promoting awareness, reducing stigma or accessing resources, knowledge sharing with providers, and engaging research on needs of newcomers.

    Contact

    2-295 Perry St Winkler MB, R6W0K9

    Sexual Assault Crisis Line

    24 hour phone line provides info and help to sexual assault victims and people close to them. Free and confidential counselling, support and referrals for people who are suicidal, in crisis or struggling to cope.

    Contact

    Wellness Together Canada

    24/7 free resources, tools, professional support services. Instantly be connected to virtual mental health services, from a 5 minute assessment, to extensive support and resources, to live phone/video/text counseling with a mental health professional or crisis responder.

    Contact

    Parental Supports

    Child & Family Services of Central MB

    Delivers services in child protection, foster care, adoption, post adoption, children in care, and family enhancement.  Provides funding through the CFS Foundation to support programs/services that enhance family life.  Provides programs including Chance 2 Camp, Chance 2 Play, Chance to Grow, Chance to Learn.  Offers intake and after-hours services on behalf of all 4 Authorities.

    Contact

    324 South Railway Ave. Winkler, MB

    204-331-5040

    Community Care – Central Station Community Centre

    The Community Care Program is designed to bring individuals and families together with their supports to work through complicated life issues.
    Our aim is to empower people to take control of their lives, create a vision for their future and build a community of support to help them achieve their goals.

    Community Care Program

    Contact

    545 Industrial Drive Winkler, MB

    Gateway Resources

    The vision at Gateway Resources is to maximize the growth and development of adults living with an intellectual disability thereby empowering them to live full and productive lives both at work and in their community.

    Gateways Summer Day Camp

    A summer camp designated for children 5-12

    July 5-9, July 12-16, July 19-23

    August 9-13, August 16-20, August 23-27

    Each camp runs from 9am-4pm.

    Registration is for each individual week.

    Each week costs $85 per child.

    Sign up at Gateway resources website or contact Mike Klassen at mike@gatewayresourcesinc.com

    or (204)325-7304 ext 228

    Contact

    1582 Pembina Ave. W.
    Winkler Manitoba
    R6W 4B4

    Genesis House

    Genesis House is a crisis shelter for abused women and their children located in Winkler and serving the Pembina Valley.

    What the Shelter Provides

    The shelter has five bedrooms and can provide accommodations for 16 people.  While in the shelter the families’ basic needs are met  including safety, food, and medical care.  There is no cost for staying at Genesis House and the program includes counselling, support groups, referrals, and advocacy.  Families choosing to live free from violence will also be provided assistance in seeking out housing options in the community of their choice.  Families taking part in the program can stay up to 30 days, with follow-up counselling and support available to women and children after departure.  Genesis House also provides public education about domestic violence to the community when requested.

    Contact

    Winkler

    Mailing address:
    Box 389 Winkler, MB R6W 4A6

    Katie Cares/Katie’s Cottage

    We provide Teddy Bears to children at the hospital, i-pads are given to children who are sick. Katie’s Cottage provides a home away from home for families who need to be close to the hospital during the day or overnight.

    Katie's Cottage Day Visit

    Open Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 8:30 pm.
    During summer months, May to October the gazebo is open.  Also an outside deck is available for guests to use.  Reserve to ensure availability.
    No charge for day use. Guests can enjoy coffee, home baking, relaxing atmosphere.
    Guests can walk in and request to use the cottage, or call ahead to reserve a spot at the cottage. Call 204-312-8445.

    Katie's Cottage Overnight Stay

    Open Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 8:30 pm.
    Weekends, please call if you need assistance 204-312-8445.
    Available for anyone who needs a place to rest and stay close to their loved one who is at Boundary Trails Hospital.
    Room charge $45.20 per night with a continental breakfast included.
    Guests needing a place to stay can walk in and reserve a room if we are open, or call to reserve a room.
    Contact Katie’s Cottage for more details 204-312-8445.

    Contact

    Address:
    12115 Rd 24 W RM of Stanley

    Mailing address:
    255 13th St Winkler MB R6W 1S5

    Pathway Community Church

    At Pathway Community Church we are all about guiding people to become more and more like Jesus. We want to reach those who have walked away from Church and faith so that they come back into life-giving relationship with Jesus. We want to provide a space for those who are not sure about organized religion and have questions they need to ask. At the end of the day we are simply all about journeying together in life as we pursue wholeness in Christ.

    Sunday Worship Experience

    Every Sunday at 11:00am (currently online only).
    – It’s for everyone.
    – No cost.
    – No sign-up.
    For ways to join us www.pathwaycc.net/sunday

    Pathway Kids

    Pathway Kids is here to partner with you to develop your kids’ faith. To learn more or to find parenting resources, make sure to join our Facebook group or follow us on Instagram. For the weekly worship experience visit www.pathwaycc.net/kids!
    –  Online content for Pre-K to Pre-Teen + parent resources.

    City Center Youth

    Monday’s (Jr High) and Thursday’s (High School) are youth nights. We meet at 7pm weekly! We worship, meet friends and hear hope-filled messages that lead us closer to Jesus. For more information and to join us visit www.pathwaycc.net/citycenteryouth

    Young Adults

    Pathway Young Adults is the perfect place to find community and connection with other believers in your stage of life.

    This group meets to worship God together through the study of His word, prayer in His Spirit, and proclamation of His goodness. Through this we desire unity, so that Christ may find His bride as one on the day He returns.

    https://pathwaycc.churchcenter.com/groups/life-groups/young-adults

    MOPS

    MOPS is an open, accepting place for all mothers who have children between the ages of 0-5, to experience authentic community, personal growth, practical help and spiritual growth.
    MOPS offers community, prayer, video sessions, crafts, and speakers. LINK TO JOIN: https://pathwaycc.churchcenter.com/groups/life-groups/mops

     

    Financial Coaching

    Our Deacons, as financial coaches, assist in processing Financial Assistance Requests.  The Scriptures tell us to use it for God’s Kingdom and our Deacons can help you learn how. Whether you’re setting a budget, navigating difficulty or managing your giving, financial coaching is here to help you do it in a God-honoring way.
    For more information contact: deacons@pathwaycc.net

    Contact

    OFFICE
    107-191 Kimberly Rd
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4A5

    CHURCH
    252 6 Street
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 0A9

    Mailing address:
    Box 203
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4A5
    Canada

    Pembina Valley Pregnancy Care Centre

    Millions of women have experienced an unplanned pregnancy, you are not alone. If this is what you are going through you might have a mix of thoughts and feelings. That’s normal.

    Maybe you are thinking about ending the pregnancy, becoming a parent or choosing a family for your baby through adoption.

    Everyone in your life will have a reason why they want you to make a certain decision. They might be telling you what to do or pressuring you to make a choice quickly. But you have the right to take all the time you need to ask any question and understand all of your options…because it’s never a good idea to make a permanent decision based on temporary feelings or circumstances.

    We are here for you and your partner too.
    Everything is free and confidential.

    Options Information

    Options information- parenting, abortion, adoption.  Learn about all of your options in a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental space.  This might be a planned, unexpected, or unexpectedly complicated pregnancy for you.  You might have a lot going on right now, tough circumstances, or a difficult relationship with your partner or family.

    Making an informed decision is your best next step, so ask any question and learn about all the options, risks, benefits, and alternatives.

    We are here to help.

    Steps in HOPE

    Steps in HOPE is a support group for women impacted by miscarriage, stillbirth, and loss. Topics include cycles of grief, self-care, and moving forward in a healthy way. Women are safe to share their experiences in this supportive space.

    Contact us for the next group starting dates and location. Preregistration is required for this free & confidential support group.

    email: stepsinhope@gmail.com
    visit: pvpcc.com
    call: 204-325-7900

    We are grateful to the Morden Area Foundation for their support of this program.

    Prenatal Learning Sessions

    Prenatal learning sessions are designed to prepare, empower and build confidence for your birth and postpartum experience.  Help to reduce fear while learning how to have a more positive and peaceful experience before, during and after birth.  You will learn how to be an active participant in your birth, and confidently include your partner as a support.

    These sessions include a variety of group activities in a small, interactive learning environment with chances to practice comfort measures, relaxation strategies, and the opportunity to ask many questions.

    Pre-registration is required for this free program.  To learn more about upcoming dates:
    Visit http: pvpcc.com
    call/text: 204-362-0979
    email: prenatalpvpcc@gmail.com

    Steps in HOPE (healing our pregnancy experiences)

    Steps in HOPE (healing our pregnancy experiences) is a 5-6 week support group for women who have experienced miscarriage or stillbirth. This is a free and confidential group, planning to start in October. Everyone has an opportunity to share, listen and encourage but no one is compelled out of their comfort level. Topics include cycles of grief, boundaries, caring for yourself, creating a keepsake, and more. To learn more or to register contact us: 204-325-7900 OR stepsinhope@gmail.com

    Contact

    Address:
    500 Main St.
    Mailing address:
    Box 2504, Winkler, MB R6W 4C2

    Regional Connections

    Regional Connections supports newcomers to Canada and community members with settlement, employment, language training and community connection services. Services are free for all participants.

    Office hours are Monday – Thursday, 8:30am – 9:00pm
    Friday – 8:30am – 4:30pm

    Settlement Services

    Needs assessment, settlement plan, and information on living in Canada for all newcomers.

    Settlement Workers in School (SWIS)

    Support for newcomer students and families in Garden Valley School Division.

    Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)

    Home visit program for isolated newcomer mothers of preschool aged children.

    Employment Services

    Job search, resume writing, cover letter writing and public job boards for all community members; public job search area includes 2 computers for public use, internet, printing and fax; employment-related group information sessions for newcomers and all community members on employment standards, workplace culture, career success, trades qualification, post-secondary options etc

    Language training

    ESL for newcomers, CLB 1-8, for English in the community and at work.

    Manitoba Adult Literacy Program

    All community members with literacy needs, typically those with less than 8 years of formal education.

    English at Work

    Classes for ESL and literacy in the workplace.

    Conversation circles and language buddies for informal language learning.

    Onsite childcare is available at Regional Connections for students in English classes.

    Community Connections

    Referrals and connections to community resources; volunteer program to help social connections and meet community members.

    Community Mentorship Program

    Support newcomers during their first year in the community; multicultural events and activities.

    Contact

    2-295 Perry Street
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0K9

    Winkler Family Resource Centre

    WFRC provides quality Preschool programs to families in Winkler and the surrounding area.

    Kit and Kaboodle

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Wiggle, Giggle, Munch

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Preschool Party

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Preschool Programs in Plum Coulee

    Open to preschool children and their parent or caregiver.

    One a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    WFRC Lending Library

    New to our centre.

    Families can check out a busy binder or a board game.

    Please our available products on our website.

    Contact

    Address:
    750 15th Street
    Winkler

    Mailing address:
    PO BOX 997
    Winkler, Mb
    R6W 4B1

    Pregnancy

    C.W. Wiebe Medical Centre

    Medical Clinic for Primary Care and Specialists

    Teen Clinic

    Thursday 12-4pm

    • Open to teens and young adults
    • You can just walk in without an appointment, during teen clinic hours  *reduced hours due to Covid-19 concern
    • use the Urgent Care entrance on 4th Street
    • You have access to care for ANY issues that you need to talk about or get checked out (even just a sore throat)
    • It is CONFIDENTIAL
    • The people there like working with youth – they should be respectful, non-judgmental and can try to help you out with whatever you need
    • You can go by yourself, with a friend, or with a partner
    • Medical and counselling services are FREE

     

    Urgent Care

    The Urgent Care Centre (UCC), located within the C.W. Wiebe Medical Centre offers the services of a medical center physician for “urgent” medical situations.

    Urgent Care appointments can now be booked online. We offer in person or virtual appointments. Patients are encouraged to try and book an appointment with their Primary Care Provider when possible, to help reduce wait times in Urgent Care.

    Who should go to Urgent Care?

    The Urgent Care Centre is for those that need to be seen urgently by a physician that day, non-emergency medical matters and for those new to the area that don’t have a regular physician at this time. UCC physicians offer in person or phone visits for a variety of urgent, non-life threatening illnesses and injuries such as:

     

     

    • Abrasions/minor cuts
    • Allergies
    • Cough
    • Diarrhea
    • Ear pain
    • Fever
    • Flu
    • Minor injuries
    • Pink eye
    • Rash
    • Sinus infection
    • Sore throat
    • Strains/sprains
    • Urinary tract infection
    • Yeast infection

    Prescription Renewals and Non Urgent Visits

    If you require a prescription renewal or have a non-urgent medical issue, including a physical or a form, please call our office during regular hours or use the Online Booking service to schedule an appointment with your doctor.

    Please note: Repeat prescriptions for Tylenol No. 3, sleeping pills and related medications will not be given in Urgent Care.

     

     

    Contact

    385 Main Street Winkler, MB R6W 1J2

    Pembina Valley Pregnancy Care Centre

    Millions of women have experienced an unplanned pregnancy, you are not alone. If this is what you are going through you might have a mix of thoughts and feelings. That’s normal.

    Maybe you are thinking about ending the pregnancy, becoming a parent or choosing a family for your baby through adoption.

    Everyone in your life will have a reason why they want you to make a certain decision. They might be telling you what to do or pressuring you to make a choice quickly. But you have the right to take all the time you need to ask any question and understand all of your options…because it’s never a good idea to make a permanent decision based on temporary feelings or circumstances.

    We are here for you and your partner too.
    Everything is free and confidential.

    Options Information

    Options information- parenting, abortion, adoption.  Learn about all of your options in a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental space.  This might be a planned, unexpected, or unexpectedly complicated pregnancy for you.  You might have a lot going on right now, tough circumstances, or a difficult relationship with your partner or family.

    Making an informed decision is your best next step, so ask any question and learn about all the options, risks, benefits, and alternatives.

    We are here to help.

    Steps in HOPE

    Steps in HOPE is a support group for women impacted by miscarriage, stillbirth, and loss. Topics include cycles of grief, self-care, and moving forward in a healthy way. Women are safe to share their experiences in this supportive space.

    Contact us for the next group starting dates and location. Preregistration is required for this free & confidential support group.

    email: stepsinhope@gmail.com
    visit: pvpcc.com
    call: 204-325-7900

    We are grateful to the Morden Area Foundation for their support of this program.

    Prenatal Learning Sessions

    Prenatal learning sessions are designed to prepare, empower and build confidence for your birth and postpartum experience.  Help to reduce fear while learning how to have a more positive and peaceful experience before, during and after birth.  You will learn how to be an active participant in your birth, and confidently include your partner as a support.

    These sessions include a variety of group activities in a small, interactive learning environment with chances to practice comfort measures, relaxation strategies, and the opportunity to ask many questions.

    Pre-registration is required for this free program.  To learn more about upcoming dates:
    Visit http: pvpcc.com
    call/text: 204-362-0979
    email: prenatalpvpcc@gmail.com

    Steps in HOPE (healing our pregnancy experiences)

    Steps in HOPE (healing our pregnancy experiences) is a 5-6 week support group for women who have experienced miscarriage or stillbirth. This is a free and confidential group, planning to start in October. Everyone has an opportunity to share, listen and encourage but no one is compelled out of their comfort level. Topics include cycles of grief, boundaries, caring for yourself, creating a keepsake, and more. To learn more or to register contact us: 204-325-7900 OR stepsinhope@gmail.com

    Contact

    Address:
    500 Main St.
    Mailing address:
    Box 2504, Winkler, MB R6W 4C2

    Recreation

    Flatlands Theatre Company

    Flatlands theatre company desires to create a safe environment for all ages to use their gifts, talents, and imagination. FTC desires to inspire individuals to develop their skills through classes as well as productions led by local theatre professionals.

    Fall Theatre Classes

    For ages 5 – Grade 12
    Runs October – November

    Fall Production

    Fall Production, first full weekend in November.
    Contact flatlandstheatreco@gmail.com for audition details.
    Tickets are available through P.W. Enns Centennial Concert Hall.

    Spring Theatre Classes & Student Production

    January through the weekend before Spring Break.

    Contact flatlandstheatreco@gmail.com for details and tickets.

    Spring Production

    First full weekend in May.

    Contact flatlandtheatreco@gmail.com for audition details.

    Tickets are available through P.W. Enns Centennial Concert Hall.

    Somethin' in the Park

    Monday night’s throughout June & July at the Bethel Heritage Park.

    Contact flatlandtheatreco@gmail.com for auditions & details.

    Contact

    Concert Hall 783 Mountain Avenue Winkler, MB

    Mailing Address
    Box 366 Winkler, MB R6W 4A6

    Website Email

    Pembina Valley Bible Camp & Retreat

    Our goal is to gain relationships with campers in a well-balanced program of recreation,
    camping instruction, and Bible teaching, carried out by committed Christian staff.

    Contact

    MB - 201 Manitoba R0G 2T0

    Winkler and District Multi-purpose Senior Centre

    The Senior Centre is a focal point in Winkler and surrounding district providing opportunities for persons 55 plus to experience a positive and dignified retirement lifestyle in their community.
    We provide services that engage the whole person including sport, community, volunteerism, personal wellness, and meals.

    Services for Seniors

    Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm, summer hours 8am-4pm.

    Our purpose to to make seniors aware and are provided access to services that assist seniors in maintaining their independence. A place where senior and caregivers can find resources and information to assist them in caregiving decisions and issues. We continue to expand our services to meet the needs of the aging population.

    We offer:

    ERIK (Emergency Response Information Kits ($2 suggested donation)

    Referrals for footcare, transportation, housekeeping

    Medical Equipment Rentals

    Assistance with filling out various forms

    Check in calls

    Health and Safety Promotions

    Please contact the office for information regarding availability of services and/or possible fees for services. For more information check our website.

     

     

    Congregate Meals/Meals on Wheels

    The main purpose to serve the needs of a population of older adults in our community and provide a well balanced meal at a reasonable cost.

    Cost $8.00 per meal.

     

    Congregate meal program at Winkler Senior Centre:

    5 days week noon meal program at 12:00

     

    Congregate meal program at Cedar Estates:

    5 days a week noon meal program – Monday to Friday at 12:00

     

    Meals on Wheels cooked at Winkler Senior Centre:

    3 days a week noon meal program – Monday, Wednesday, Friday

    Delivery between 11:30-12:30

    We deliver within the city of Winkler limits as our kitchen and volunteer driver capacity limit permits.

     

    Menus and information are available online at www.winklerseniorcentre.com

    For more information or to register for meals call the office.

     

    Senior Centre Recreational Programs

    We are a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for older adults to experience a positive and dignified retirement lifestyle in their community.

    Provides a service that engages the whole person including sort, community, volunteerism, personal wellness and meals. A place for caregivers to find resources and information to assist in caregiving decisions and issues.

    A place for older adults to find friendship and resources for day to day living.

    Programs and services include:

    Blood pressure/Blood glucose clinics

    Board and card games

    Coffee all day

    Fitness programs and Gym

    Floor curling and floor shuffle

    Free Wifi (internet access)

    Gift shoppe

    Health topics

    Jam sessions

    Line dancing

    Library (books and puzzles to loan)

    Pickleball

    Presentations/Workshops

    Services for seniors

    Tea room

    Waffle Breakfast

    Volunteer opportunities

     

    Contact

    Address:
    650 South Railway Ave

    Mailing:
    102-650 Railway Ave
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0L6

    Winkler Arts + Culture Inc.

    Winkler Arts and Culture, Inc. is a volunteer organization whose mission is focused on providing opportunities to share art in its various forms while celebrating the culture that brings art alive. Winkler Arts and Culture is dedicated to providing opportunities to teach, share and celebrate artistic and cultural expression, through education, programs and a community space.

    Find us on social media to keep up to date on what is happening at the gallery!

    Instagram: @winklerartsandculture
    Facebook: @winklerarts

    Art Exhibits

    The art on WA+C’s walls change every month so stop by and take a look at the artwork on display!

    Art Classes & Workshops for All Ages

     

     

    Contact

    547 Park Street, Winkler, MB, R6W 1B2

    Winkler Bible Camp

    Winkler Bible Camp is a non-denominational Christian camp that provides a safe Summer Camp setting for children and teens to make new friends, explore their faith, and stretch their limits. In addition to running Summer camp we host rental groups, company picnics, Outdoor Education programs, and much more!

    Winkler Bible Camp Summer Camp

    Provides a safe setting for children and teens to make new friends, explore their faith and stretch their limits. We have 2 unique sites and options for individuals in kindergarten through Grade 12, and a camp session that ranges from 2 to 5 days in length.
    What we have to offer:
    -Staff to camper ratio of 1:5
    -Long standing record or safety and trust
    -Dedicated, screened and trained Christian ministry team
    -Opportunities to build long lasting friendships
    -A non-denominational atmosphere with a clear “no pressure” Christian message
    -High standards as an accredited camp with Manitoba Camping Association and with Christian camping International
    -Time away from the distractions of media

    Please visit our website for summer schedule pricing details

    Guest Group Rentals

    Come and enjoy the serenity of an intimate wooded area without the worries of finding your way into the bush.  Located right along Manitoba Highway #3, Winkler Bible Camp is an exceptional and convenient place to host a variety of events.

    Our facility is the ideal place to host events including church or youth retreats, business meetings or seminars, weddings, banquets, company picnics and more!  We have a variety of packages to accomodate many different types of events and needs.

    Please visit our website or call our office for full details and pricing.

     

     

    WBCBeyond.com

    WBC Beyond is an online video portal with exciting shows and miniseries children and teens can enjoy.

    Allow us to entertain, teach and inspire you through our unique original content. You can follow along with the adventures of Connor and Bethany in their fort called Wonder World, laugh along with our animated shorts, or learn a new song in our music section. No matter what you end up watching, we are glad to be able to connect with you beyond the summer and our physical location.

    Contact

    Address:
    16037 HWY 3

    Mailing Address:
    Box 2340
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4C1

    Winkler Family Resource Centre

    WFRC provides quality Preschool programs to families in Winkler and the surrounding area.

    Kit and Kaboodle

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Wiggle, Giggle, Munch

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Preschool Party

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Preschool Programs in Plum Coulee

    Open to preschool children and their parent or caregiver.

    One a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    WFRC Lending Library

    New to our centre.

    Families can check out a busy binder or a board game.

    Please our available products on our website.

    Contact

    Address:
    750 15th Street
    Winkler

    Mailing address:
    PO BOX 997
    Winkler, Mb
    R6W 4B1

    Safety/Emergency Services

    Boundary Trails Health Centre

    Boundary Trails Health Centre is an acute care hospital providing inpatient, emergency, surgical, rehabilitation and diagnostic services.

    Hospital Services

    Contact

    Address:
    Jct Hwy 3&14, Winkler MB

    Mailing address:
    Box 2000, Station Main, Winkler MB R6W 1H8

    C.W. Wiebe Medical Centre

    Medical Clinic for Primary Care and Specialists

    Teen Clinic

    Thursday 12-4pm

    • Open to teens and young adults
    • You can just walk in without an appointment, during teen clinic hours  *reduced hours due to Covid-19 concern
    • use the Urgent Care entrance on 4th Street
    • You have access to care for ANY issues that you need to talk about or get checked out (even just a sore throat)
    • It is CONFIDENTIAL
    • The people there like working with youth – they should be respectful, non-judgmental and can try to help you out with whatever you need
    • You can go by yourself, with a friend, or with a partner
    • Medical and counselling services are FREE

     

    Urgent Care

    The Urgent Care Centre (UCC), located within the C.W. Wiebe Medical Centre offers the services of a medical center physician for “urgent” medical situations.

    Urgent Care appointments can now be booked online. We offer in person or virtual appointments. Patients are encouraged to try and book an appointment with their Primary Care Provider when possible, to help reduce wait times in Urgent Care.

    Who should go to Urgent Care?

    The Urgent Care Centre is for those that need to be seen urgently by a physician that day, non-emergency medical matters and for those new to the area that don’t have a regular physician at this time. UCC physicians offer in person or phone visits for a variety of urgent, non-life threatening illnesses and injuries such as:

     

     

    • Abrasions/minor cuts
    • Allergies
    • Cough
    • Diarrhea
    • Ear pain
    • Fever
    • Flu
    • Minor injuries
    • Pink eye
    • Rash
    • Sinus infection
    • Sore throat
    • Strains/sprains
    • Urinary tract infection
    • Yeast infection

    Prescription Renewals and Non Urgent Visits

    If you require a prescription renewal or have a non-urgent medical issue, including a physical or a form, please call our office during regular hours or use the Online Booking service to schedule an appointment with your doctor.

    Please note: Repeat prescriptions for Tylenol No. 3, sleeping pills and related medications will not be given in Urgent Care.

     

     

    Contact

    385 Main Street Winkler, MB R6W 1J2

    Genesis House

    Genesis House is a crisis shelter for abused women and their children located in Winkler and serving the Pembina Valley.

    What the Shelter Provides

    The shelter has five bedrooms and can provide accommodations for 16 people.  While in the shelter the families’ basic needs are met  including safety, food, and medical care.  There is no cost for staying at Genesis House and the program includes counselling, support groups, referrals, and advocacy.  Families choosing to live free from violence will also be provided assistance in seeking out housing options in the community of their choice.  Families taking part in the program can stay up to 30 days, with follow-up counselling and support available to women and children after departure.  Genesis House also provides public education about domestic violence to the community when requested.

    Contact

    Winkler

    Mailing address:
    Box 389 Winkler, MB R6W 4A6

    Trafficking Hotline

    24/7 support and counselling to trafficked persons and anyone affected by trafficking including service providers, family, friends, co-workers. Offers info and referrals regarding resources, provides reporting option if caller unwilling or unable to contact police. Offers info to to general public on human trafficking.

    Contact

    Senior Services

    Alzheimer Society

    The Alzheimer Society offers information, support and education for both the caregivers as well as the person with dementia.

    Support Groups (call or email for dates and location)

    Call or email for dates & location.

    Minds in Motion

    Call or email for dates & location.

    Contact

    105-650 South Railway Ave Winkler Mb R6W 0O6

    Seniors Abuse Support Line

    24 hour phone line, talk to a trained and caring counsellor. Get info on if what you are experiencing is abuse.

    Contact

    Winkler and District Multi-purpose Senior Centre

    The Senior Centre is a focal point in Winkler and surrounding district providing opportunities for persons 55 plus to experience a positive and dignified retirement lifestyle in their community.
    We provide services that engage the whole person including sport, community, volunteerism, personal wellness, and meals.

    Services for Seniors

    Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm, summer hours 8am-4pm.

    Our purpose to to make seniors aware and are provided access to services that assist seniors in maintaining their independence. A place where senior and caregivers can find resources and information to assist them in caregiving decisions and issues. We continue to expand our services to meet the needs of the aging population.

    We offer:

    ERIK (Emergency Response Information Kits ($2 suggested donation)

    Referrals for footcare, transportation, housekeeping

    Medical Equipment Rentals

    Assistance with filling out various forms

    Check in calls

    Health and Safety Promotions

    Please contact the office for information regarding availability of services and/or possible fees for services. For more information check our website.

     

     

    Congregate Meals/Meals on Wheels

    The main purpose to serve the needs of a population of older adults in our community and provide a well balanced meal at a reasonable cost.

    Cost $8.00 per meal.

     

    Congregate meal program at Winkler Senior Centre:

    5 days week noon meal program at 12:00

     

    Congregate meal program at Cedar Estates:

    5 days a week noon meal program – Monday to Friday at 12:00

     

    Meals on Wheels cooked at Winkler Senior Centre:

    3 days a week noon meal program – Monday, Wednesday, Friday

    Delivery between 11:30-12:30

    We deliver within the city of Winkler limits as our kitchen and volunteer driver capacity limit permits.

     

    Menus and information are available online at www.winklerseniorcentre.com

    For more information or to register for meals call the office.

     

    Senior Centre Recreational Programs

    We are a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for older adults to experience a positive and dignified retirement lifestyle in their community.

    Provides a service that engages the whole person including sort, community, volunteerism, personal wellness and meals. A place for caregivers to find resources and information to assist in caregiving decisions and issues.

    A place for older adults to find friendship and resources for day to day living.

    Programs and services include:

    Blood pressure/Blood glucose clinics

    Board and card games

    Coffee all day

    Fitness programs and Gym

    Floor curling and floor shuffle

    Free Wifi (internet access)

    Gift shoppe

    Health topics

    Jam sessions

    Line dancing

    Library (books and puzzles to loan)

    Pickleball

    Presentations/Workshops

    Services for seniors

    Tea room

    Waffle Breakfast

    Volunteer opportunities

     

    Contact

    Address:
    650 South Railway Ave

    Mailing:
    102-650 Railway Ave
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0L6

    Support Groups

    Alcoholics Anonymous Manitoba

    12 step support for men or women who want to stop drinking or are recovering from alcoholism. Weekly meetings. No dues or fees, not allied with any religious denomination, sect, politics, organization or institution. Only requirement is for the individual to have a desire to stop drinking. Rehab and full recovery.

    Altona Group

    Altona Group Monday 8:00pm in the basement of the United Church.

    Morden Group

    Fresh Air Group Tuesday 7:30pm meet at the NE corner of Nelson St. & Stephen St.

    Winkler Low German Group

    Gateway Resources Wednesday’s @ 7:30pm

    1582 Pembina Ave. Winkler

    Winkler Groups

    Greater Heartland Group meets Saturdays at 7:30pm at the Boundary Trails Hospital in the Multipurpose room #3

    Winkler Group meets Wednesday’s at 7:30pm and meet at Gateway Resources 1582 Pembina Ave.

    Contact

    Alzheimer Society

    The Alzheimer Society offers information, support and education for both the caregivers as well as the person with dementia.

    Support Groups (call or email for dates and location)

    Call or email for dates & location.

    Minds in Motion

    Call or email for dates & location.

    Contact

    105-650 South Railway Ave Winkler Mb R6W 0O6

    Community Care – Central Station Community Centre

    The Community Care Program is designed to bring individuals and families together with their supports to work through complicated life issues.
    Our aim is to empower people to take control of their lives, create a vision for their future and build a community of support to help them achieve their goals.

    Community Care Program

    Contact

    545 Industrial Drive Winkler, MB

    Genesis House

    Genesis House is a crisis shelter for abused women and their children located in Winkler and serving the Pembina Valley.

    What the Shelter Provides

    The shelter has five bedrooms and can provide accommodations for 16 people.  While in the shelter the families’ basic needs are met  including safety, food, and medical care.  There is no cost for staying at Genesis House and the program includes counselling, support groups, referrals, and advocacy.  Families choosing to live free from violence will also be provided assistance in seeking out housing options in the community of their choice.  Families taking part in the program can stay up to 30 days, with follow-up counselling and support available to women and children after departure.  Genesis House also provides public education about domestic violence to the community when requested.

    Contact

    Winkler

    Mailing address:
    Box 389 Winkler, MB R6W 4A6

    Genesis House Crisis Line

    Shelter and 24 hour support line open. Empowerment for women and children, resources, assistance in reaching goals, safety planning, support 24/7 to help make informed decisions.

    Gospel Mission Church

    Weekend Worship Services

    Weekend Worship Services

    In person Services
    Saturday 6:00pm
    Sunday 8:30am, 10:00am, 11:30amWeekend Worship Services

    Kids Ministry Runs Sunday’s 8:30am & 11:30am for Age 3 (Born in 2017) to Grade 6 (Born in 2009)

    Online Streamed Service Sunday’s 10:00am only

     

     

    Youth

    Jr. Youth Grade 6 – Grade 8
    Wednesday’s 7:30pm

    Sr. Youth Grade 9 – Grade 12
    Wednesday’s 7:30pm

    Women's Morning Out

    Women’s Morning Out

    Runs September – November,  March – May
    Monday’s 9:30am – 11:00am

    Lifegroups for anyone age 18 (or graduated) and up!

    Our groups consist of a variety of different life stages as well.  From single, or married with kids, we will help you to find a group that fits what you are looking for!  Most Lifegroups meet every other week and consist of 8-12 people.  Message Lifegroups@gmchurch.ca for more information or to sign up.

    Contact

    855 15th Street

    Pathway Community Church

    At Pathway Community Church we are all about guiding people to become more and more like Jesus. We want to reach those who have walked away from Church and faith so that they come back into life-giving relationship with Jesus. We want to provide a space for those who are not sure about organized religion and have questions they need to ask. At the end of the day we are simply all about journeying together in life as we pursue wholeness in Christ.

    Sunday Worship Experience

    Every Sunday at 11:00am (currently online only).
    – It’s for everyone.
    – No cost.
    – No sign-up.
    For ways to join us www.pathwaycc.net/sunday

    Pathway Kids

    Pathway Kids is here to partner with you to develop your kids’ faith. To learn more or to find parenting resources, make sure to join our Facebook group or follow us on Instagram. For the weekly worship experience visit www.pathwaycc.net/kids!
    –  Online content for Pre-K to Pre-Teen + parent resources.

    City Center Youth

    Monday’s (Jr High) and Thursday’s (High School) are youth nights. We meet at 7pm weekly! We worship, meet friends and hear hope-filled messages that lead us closer to Jesus. For more information and to join us visit www.pathwaycc.net/citycenteryouth

    Young Adults

    Pathway Young Adults is the perfect place to find community and connection with other believers in your stage of life.

    This group meets to worship God together through the study of His word, prayer in His Spirit, and proclamation of His goodness. Through this we desire unity, so that Christ may find His bride as one on the day He returns.

    https://pathwaycc.churchcenter.com/groups/life-groups/young-adults

    MOPS

    MOPS is an open, accepting place for all mothers who have children between the ages of 0-5, to experience authentic community, personal growth, practical help and spiritual growth.
    MOPS offers community, prayer, video sessions, crafts, and speakers. LINK TO JOIN: https://pathwaycc.churchcenter.com/groups/life-groups/mops

     

    Financial Coaching

    Our Deacons, as financial coaches, assist in processing Financial Assistance Requests.  The Scriptures tell us to use it for God’s Kingdom and our Deacons can help you learn how. Whether you’re setting a budget, navigating difficulty or managing your giving, financial coaching is here to help you do it in a God-honoring way.
    For more information contact: deacons@pathwaycc.net

    Contact

    OFFICE
    107-191 Kimberly Rd
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4A5

    CHURCH
    252 6 Street
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 0A9

    Mailing address:
    Box 203
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4A5
    Canada

    Pembina Valley Pregnancy Care Centre

    Millions of women have experienced an unplanned pregnancy, you are not alone. If this is what you are going through you might have a mix of thoughts and feelings. That’s normal.

    Maybe you are thinking about ending the pregnancy, becoming a parent or choosing a family for your baby through adoption.

    Everyone in your life will have a reason why they want you to make a certain decision. They might be telling you what to do or pressuring you to make a choice quickly. But you have the right to take all the time you need to ask any question and understand all of your options…because it’s never a good idea to make a permanent decision based on temporary feelings or circumstances.

    We are here for you and your partner too.
    Everything is free and confidential.

    Options Information

    Options information- parenting, abortion, adoption.  Learn about all of your options in a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental space.  This might be a planned, unexpected, or unexpectedly complicated pregnancy for you.  You might have a lot going on right now, tough circumstances, or a difficult relationship with your partner or family.

    Making an informed decision is your best next step, so ask any question and learn about all the options, risks, benefits, and alternatives.

    We are here to help.

    Steps in HOPE

    Steps in HOPE is a support group for women impacted by miscarriage, stillbirth, and loss. Topics include cycles of grief, self-care, and moving forward in a healthy way. Women are safe to share their experiences in this supportive space.

    Contact us for the next group starting dates and location. Preregistration is required for this free & confidential support group.

    email: stepsinhope@gmail.com
    visit: pvpcc.com
    call: 204-325-7900

    We are grateful to the Morden Area Foundation for their support of this program.

    Prenatal Learning Sessions

    Prenatal learning sessions are designed to prepare, empower and build confidence for your birth and postpartum experience.  Help to reduce fear while learning how to have a more positive and peaceful experience before, during and after birth.  You will learn how to be an active participant in your birth, and confidently include your partner as a support.

    These sessions include a variety of group activities in a small, interactive learning environment with chances to practice comfort measures, relaxation strategies, and the opportunity to ask many questions.

    Pre-registration is required for this free program.  To learn more about upcoming dates:
    Visit http: pvpcc.com
    call/text: 204-362-0979
    email: prenatalpvpcc@gmail.com

    Steps in HOPE (healing our pregnancy experiences)

    Steps in HOPE (healing our pregnancy experiences) is a 5-6 week support group for women who have experienced miscarriage or stillbirth. This is a free and confidential group, planning to start in October. Everyone has an opportunity to share, listen and encourage but no one is compelled out of their comfort level. Topics include cycles of grief, boundaries, caring for yourself, creating a keepsake, and more. To learn more or to register contact us: 204-325-7900 OR stepsinhope@gmail.com

    Contact

    Address:
    500 Main St.
    Mailing address:
    Box 2504, Winkler, MB R6W 4C2

    Pembina Valley Pride

    Pembina Valley Pride strives to create and provide education, support, resources, community, and pride centering around 2SLGBTQIANB+ (two spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex, asexual/aromantic, non-binary + others) experiences in the many communities of the Pembina Valley. We love and support Southern Manitoba’s Rainbow community and want to help it flourish.

    There is so much more to what we do than our annual rally and march. Our goal is to create a safer and more comfortable Pembina Valley for 2SLGBTQIANB+ folx. We do this through our guest speaker education, regular support group, activism, awareness, and increasing visibility of the 2SLGBTQIANB+ community in the Pembina Valley. We can also help connect you with resources, regardless of where you are on your journey.

    We are a proudly Rainbow-led volunteer initiative and are committed to doing our best to create accessible and diverse programming that meets the needs of all Rainbow community members.

    Contact
    Website Email

    Regional Connections

    Regional Connections supports newcomers to Canada and community members with settlement, employment, language training and community connection services. Services are free for all participants.

    Office hours are Monday – Thursday, 8:30am – 9:00pm
    Friday – 8:30am – 4:30pm

    Settlement Services

    Needs assessment, settlement plan, and information on living in Canada for all newcomers.

    Settlement Workers in School (SWIS)

    Support for newcomer students and families in Garden Valley School Division.

    Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY)

    Home visit program for isolated newcomer mothers of preschool aged children.

    Employment Services

    Job search, resume writing, cover letter writing and public job boards for all community members; public job search area includes 2 computers for public use, internet, printing and fax; employment-related group information sessions for newcomers and all community members on employment standards, workplace culture, career success, trades qualification, post-secondary options etc

    Language training

    ESL for newcomers, CLB 1-8, for English in the community and at work.

    Manitoba Adult Literacy Program

    All community members with literacy needs, typically those with less than 8 years of formal education.

    English at Work

    Classes for ESL and literacy in the workplace.

    Conversation circles and language buddies for informal language learning.

    Onsite childcare is available at Regional Connections for students in English classes.

    Community Connections

    Referrals and connections to community resources; volunteer program to help social connections and meet community members.

    Community Mentorship Program

    Support newcomers during their first year in the community; multicultural events and activities.

    Contact

    2-295 Perry Street
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0K9

    Winkler and District Multi-purpose Senior Centre

    The Senior Centre is a focal point in Winkler and surrounding district providing opportunities for persons 55 plus to experience a positive and dignified retirement lifestyle in their community.
    We provide services that engage the whole person including sport, community, volunteerism, personal wellness, and meals.

    Services for Seniors

    Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm, summer hours 8am-4pm.

    Our purpose to to make seniors aware and are provided access to services that assist seniors in maintaining their independence. A place where senior and caregivers can find resources and information to assist them in caregiving decisions and issues. We continue to expand our services to meet the needs of the aging population.

    We offer:

    ERIK (Emergency Response Information Kits ($2 suggested donation)

    Referrals for footcare, transportation, housekeeping

    Medical Equipment Rentals

    Assistance with filling out various forms

    Check in calls

    Health and Safety Promotions

    Please contact the office for information regarding availability of services and/or possible fees for services. For more information check our website.

     

     

    Congregate Meals/Meals on Wheels

    The main purpose to serve the needs of a population of older adults in our community and provide a well balanced meal at a reasonable cost.

    Cost $8.00 per meal.

     

    Congregate meal program at Winkler Senior Centre:

    5 days week noon meal program at 12:00

     

    Congregate meal program at Cedar Estates:

    5 days a week noon meal program – Monday to Friday at 12:00

     

    Meals on Wheels cooked at Winkler Senior Centre:

    3 days a week noon meal program – Monday, Wednesday, Friday

    Delivery between 11:30-12:30

    We deliver within the city of Winkler limits as our kitchen and volunteer driver capacity limit permits.

     

    Menus and information are available online at www.winklerseniorcentre.com

    For more information or to register for meals call the office.

     

    Senior Centre Recreational Programs

    We are a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for older adults to experience a positive and dignified retirement lifestyle in their community.

    Provides a service that engages the whole person including sort, community, volunteerism, personal wellness and meals. A place for caregivers to find resources and information to assist in caregiving decisions and issues.

    A place for older adults to find friendship and resources for day to day living.

    Programs and services include:

    Blood pressure/Blood glucose clinics

    Board and card games

    Coffee all day

    Fitness programs and Gym

    Floor curling and floor shuffle

    Free Wifi (internet access)

    Gift shoppe

    Health topics

    Jam sessions

    Line dancing

    Library (books and puzzles to loan)

    Pickleball

    Presentations/Workshops

    Services for seniors

    Tea room

    Waffle Breakfast

    Volunteer opportunities

     

    Contact

    Address:
    650 South Railway Ave

    Mailing:
    102-650 Railway Ave
    Winkler MB
    R6W 0L6

    Winkler Central Station

    Central Station is a community centre in the heart of Winkler. We have a drop-in space that is open Monday – Friday and offer a variety of programs year round. We work closely with the Winkler & District Food Cupboard and Cafe 545 Community Meal as we believe food brings people together! We are a hub that can help connect community members to the resources they’re needing.

    Drop In

    • Days Monday–Friday
    • Cost Free!

    We are open every day of the week for you to drop-in & say hello. We have wifi & computer access, phone access, and can help with filling out, printing, faxing or scanning documents.

    Monday 9AM-6:30PM

    Tuesday 9AM-2PM

    Wednesday 9AM-5PM

    Thursday 9AM-2PM

    Friday 9AM-2PM

    Community Care

    The Community Care Program brings individuals and families and their supporters together, to work through complicated life issues and make life better.

    Check out the Community Care page on our website for more information!

    Community Advocacy Training (CAT)

    Learn how to advocate, navigate the system, and take action on issues in our community.

    The CAT Program is designed to help community members develop the skills they need to stand up for their rights and take leadership on issues important to them.

    Take part with a group of your peers 1 day a week for 8 weeks, of learning from experts in their fields on topics around advocacy and how to become a leader in our community.

    Sign up to join.

    Better Access to Groceries (BAG)

    Every other week, we provide a bag of produce valued at $20 or more for a purchase price of $10.00 each.  Call, email or sign up on the Central Station website.  Pick up is every other Tuesday 4:00-5:00 pm.

    Easy Eats Meal Kit

    Every Thursday we offer a different meal kit for 2 or 8 people.  The cost is by donation and the suggested price is $7.00 for the 2 person meal kit and $20.00 for the 8 person kit.  Please call, email or DM on our Facebook or Instagram page.

    Cafe 545

    Monday dine in meal.  There is no charge or sign up required for the meal – donations are accepted but not expected.

    Monday 5:00-6:30pm

     

    Winkler & District Food Cupboard

    Open Wednesdays 9AM-11AM & 3PM-5PM.

    The Winkler & District Food Cupboard is available to any Winkler district resident in need.  Sign up is required, call 204-325-0257.  Rides are available.  Food will be served during both time slots.

    Community Financial Counselling Services

    Have questions about your credit or finances?  Looking for ways to decrease your expenses?  Contact 1-888-573-2383 ext 211 to make a phone or virtual appointment.

    Winkler Affordable Housing

    Contact us by email at housing@winklercentralstation.ca or drop in to pick an application for affordable housing.

    Advocacy Office

    Tuesdays 10Am-12PM & Thursdays 12PM-2PM

    Are you needing help with accessing community resourses & supports?  Our community advocates are here for you!

    Come into Central Station during Advocacy Office hours & ask to speak to an advocate.

    Contact

    Address
    555 Main Street
    Winkler MB

    Mailing Address
    Box 736 Winkler, MB R6W4A8

    Winkler Family Resource Centre

    WFRC provides quality Preschool programs to families in Winkler and the surrounding area.

    Kit and Kaboodle

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Wiggle, Giggle, Munch

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Preschool Party

    Open to preschool aged children and their parent or caregiver.

    One day a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    Preschool Programs in Plum Coulee

    Open to preschool children and their parent or caregiver.

    One a week.

    Free to attend, sign up online on our website.

    WFRC Lending Library

    New to our centre.

    Families can check out a busy binder or a board game.

    Please our available products on our website.

    Contact

    Address:
    750 15th Street
    Winkler

    Mailing address:
    PO BOX 997
    Winkler, Mb
    R6W 4B1

    Winkler MB Church

    Winkler Mennonite Brethren Church logo

    Our desire at WMBC is to be a people and place of refuge. We are here for you and we’re going to help you take your next step to finding peace and hope and belonging. Jesus knows you and really cares for you, and so do we.

    Support Groups

    DivorceCare – a support group where you can find help and healing for the hurt of separation and divorce

    DivorceCare for Kids – a support group to help your children, 5-12 years old, heal from the pain caused by a separation or divorce

    Single & Parenting – a support group where you can get parenting wisdom, hope and encouragement

    Weekly Programming

    Sunday Services – 9:30am & 11:00am

    Services that bring relevant teaching from the Bible and worship that draws us to the power of the Holy Spirit to change our lives!

     

    Wednesday Night Service for Teens – 7:30pm

    Youth Service for Jr & Sr High Students

    Care Response Team

    If you are need of help with physical needs such as clothing, furniture, bedding, etc. we are often able to assist families in that way in partnership with Central Station.

    Counselling & Prayer

    We believe that there is power and purpose in prayer and having someone listen to your story. If you’d like to connect with someone to get help with emotional hurts, we are here for you.

    Contact

    120 Pineview Dr.
    Winkler MB
    R6W 1T3

    Women Supports

    Community Care – Central Station Community Centre

    The Community Care Program is designed to bring individuals and families together with their supports to work through complicated life issues.
    Our aim is to empower people to take control of their lives, create a vision for their future and build a community of support to help them achieve their goals.

    Community Care Program

    Contact

    545 Industrial Drive Winkler, MB

    Genesis House

    Genesis House is a crisis shelter for abused women and their children located in Winkler and serving the Pembina Valley.

    What the Shelter Provides

    The shelter has five bedrooms and can provide accommodations for 16 people.  While in the shelter the families’ basic needs are met  including safety, food, and medical care.  There is no cost for staying at Genesis House and the program includes counselling, support groups, referrals, and advocacy.  Families choosing to live free from violence will also be provided assistance in seeking out housing options in the community of their choice.  Families taking part in the program can stay up to 30 days, with follow-up counselling and support available to women and children after departure.  Genesis House also provides public education about domestic violence to the community when requested.

    Contact

    Winkler

    Mailing address:
    Box 389 Winkler, MB R6W 4A6

    Genesis House Crisis Line

    Shelter and 24 hour support line open. Empowerment for women and children, resources, assistance in reaching goals, safety planning, support 24/7 to help make informed decisions.

    Gospel Mission Church

    Weekend Worship Services

    Weekend Worship Services

    In person Services
    Saturday 6:00pm
    Sunday 8:30am, 10:00am, 11:30amWeekend Worship Services

    Kids Ministry Runs Sunday’s 8:30am & 11:30am for Age 3 (Born in 2017) to Grade 6 (Born in 2009)

    Online Streamed Service Sunday’s 10:00am only

     

     

    Youth

    Jr. Youth Grade 6 – Grade 8
    Wednesday’s 7:30pm

    Sr. Youth Grade 9 – Grade 12
    Wednesday’s 7:30pm

    Women's Morning Out

    Women’s Morning Out

    Runs September – November,  March – May
    Monday’s 9:30am – 11:00am

    Lifegroups for anyone age 18 (or graduated) and up!

    Our groups consist of a variety of different life stages as well.  From single, or married with kids, we will help you to find a group that fits what you are looking for!  Most Lifegroups meet every other week and consist of 8-12 people.  Message Lifegroups@gmchurch.ca for more information or to sign up.

    Contact

    855 15th Street

    Harvest Christian Fellowship(Plum Coulee)

    Harvest Christian Fellowship is a place to belong, worship, grow and serve. Our purpose is to build the Kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ and nurture believers through worship, instruction, fellowship and service.

    Sunday Morning Worship Service

    Sunday Worship Service

     

    In-person worship Service

    Sunday at 10:15am

    Everyone is welcome!

    Junior & Senior Youth

    Wednesdays 7:30pm Jr- Grades 7 & 8 Sr- Grades 9-12
    September – May
    No Cost.
    Go to harvestchristianfellowship.ca for more info

    Contact

    Address
    51 Centre Street North, Plum Coulee, MB

    Mailing address:
    PO Box 14 Plum Coulee, MB R0G 1R0

    Klinic Sexual Assualt Krisis Line

    24 hour phone line that provides information and crisis intervention to sexual assault victims and those close to them. Offers short and long term in-person counselling concerning sexual assault and harassment, peer support meetings with an advocate, 24/7 hospital support and advocacy.

    Pathway Community Church

    At Pathway Community Church we are all about guiding people to become more and more like Jesus. We want to reach those who have walked away from Church and faith so that they come back into life-giving relationship with Jesus. We want to provide a space for those who are not sure about organized religion and have questions they need to ask. At the end of the day we are simply all about journeying together in life as we pursue wholeness in Christ.

    Sunday Worship Experience

    Every Sunday at 11:00am (currently online only).
    – It’s for everyone.
    – No cost.
    – No sign-up.
    For ways to join us www.pathwaycc.net/sunday

    Pathway Kids

    Pathway Kids is here to partner with you to develop your kids’ faith. To learn more or to find parenting resources, make sure to join our Facebook group or follow us on Instagram. For the weekly worship experience visit www.pathwaycc.net/kids!
    –  Online content for Pre-K to Pre-Teen + parent resources.

    City Center Youth

    Monday’s (Jr High) and Thursday’s (High School) are youth nights. We meet at 7pm weekly! We worship, meet friends and hear hope-filled messages that lead us closer to Jesus. For more information and to join us visit www.pathwaycc.net/citycenteryouth

    Young Adults

    Pathway Young Adults is the perfect place to find community and connection with other believers in your stage of life.

    This group meets to worship God together through the study of His word, prayer in His Spirit, and proclamation of His goodness. Through this we desire unity, so that Christ may find His bride as one on the day He returns.

    https://pathwaycc.churchcenter.com/groups/life-groups/young-adults

    MOPS

    MOPS is an open, accepting place for all mothers who have children between the ages of 0-5, to experience authentic community, personal growth, practical help and spiritual growth.
    MOPS offers community, prayer, video sessions, crafts, and speakers. LINK TO JOIN: https://pathwaycc.churchcenter.com/groups/life-groups/mops

     

    Financial Coaching

    Our Deacons, as financial coaches, assist in processing Financial Assistance Requests.  The Scriptures tell us to use it for God’s Kingdom and our Deacons can help you learn how. Whether you’re setting a budget, navigating difficulty or managing your giving, financial coaching is here to help you do it in a God-honoring way.
    For more information contact: deacons@pathwaycc.net

    Contact

    OFFICE
    107-191 Kimberly Rd
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4A5

    CHURCH
    252 6 Street
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 0A9

    Mailing address:
    Box 203
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4A5
    Canada

    Pembina Valley Pregnancy Care Centre

    Millions of women have experienced an unplanned pregnancy, you are not alone. If this is what you are going through you might have a mix of thoughts and feelings. That’s normal.

    Maybe you are thinking about ending the pregnancy, becoming a parent or choosing a family for your baby through adoption.

    Everyone in your life will have a reason why they want you to make a certain decision. They might be telling you what to do or pressuring you to make a choice quickly. But you have the right to take all the time you need to ask any question and understand all of your options…because it’s never a good idea to make a permanent decision based on temporary feelings or circumstances.

    We are here for you and your partner too.
    Everything is free and confidential.

    Options Information

    Options information- parenting, abortion, adoption.  Learn about all of your options in a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental space.  This might be a planned, unexpected, or unexpectedly complicated pregnancy for you.  You might have a lot going on right now, tough circumstances, or a difficult relationship with your partner or family.

    Making an informed decision is your best next step, so ask any question and learn about all the options, risks, benefits, and alternatives.

    We are here to help.

    Steps in HOPE

    Steps in HOPE is a support group for women impacted by miscarriage, stillbirth, and loss. Topics include cycles of grief, self-care, and moving forward in a healthy way. Women are safe to share their experiences in this supportive space.

    Contact us for the next group starting dates and location. Preregistration is required for this free & confidential support group.

    email: stepsinhope@gmail.com
    visit: pvpcc.com
    call: 204-325-7900

    We are grateful to the Morden Area Foundation for their support of this program.

    Prenatal Learning Sessions

    Prenatal learning sessions are designed to prepare, empower and build confidence for your birth and postpartum experience.  Help to reduce fear while learning how to have a more positive and peaceful experience before, during and after birth.  You will learn how to be an active participant in your birth, and confidently include your partner as a support.

    These sessions include a variety of group activities in a small, interactive learning environment with chances to practice comfort measures, relaxation strategies, and the opportunity to ask many questions.

    Pre-registration is required for this free program.  To learn more about upcoming dates:
    Visit http: pvpcc.com
    call/text: 204-362-0979
    email: prenatalpvpcc@gmail.com

    Steps in HOPE (healing our pregnancy experiences)

    Steps in HOPE (healing our pregnancy experiences) is a 5-6 week support group for women who have experienced miscarriage or stillbirth. This is a free and confidential group, planning to start in October. Everyone has an opportunity to share, listen and encourage but no one is compelled out of their comfort level. Topics include cycles of grief, boundaries, caring for yourself, creating a keepsake, and more. To learn more or to register contact us: 204-325-7900 OR stepsinhope@gmail.com

    Contact

    Address:
    500 Main St.
    Mailing address:
    Box 2504, Winkler, MB R6W 4C2

    Post-partum Depression Texting Line

    Free to call, counselors acknowledge you’re not alone and the negative feelings associated with your child’s up coming birth/birth. You are not to blame for these. Trained and caring professionals listen, answer questions, offer encouragement and connect you with local resources as needed.

    Contact

    Sexual Assault Crisis Line

    24 hour phone line provides info and help to sexual assault victims and people close to them. Free and confidential counselling, support and referrals for people who are suicidal, in crisis or struggling to cope.

    Contact

    Youth Services

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Pembina Valley

    BBBS creates individual and group mentoring relationships amongst adults and youth.
    Mentorship is a two-way, learning and development partnership where the young person needs are placed at the center.
    Mentoring is an important way to give youth experience with these essential back-and-forth relationships, developing them into healthy young people better able to deal with and overcome life’s adversities.

    GoGirls!

    Go Girls! is a group mentoring program for girls ages 12-14 that focuses on physical activity, balanced eating and self-esteem. The single, most important goal of the program is to positively shape the lives of young women and girls by helping them build a positive self-image – setting them on a path to reach their full potential in life.

    The Go Girls! program consists of seven mentoring sessions, held over a 7-10 week period, within school facilities. Each 1.5-2 hour-long session is loosely structured around four themes: physical activity, healthy eating, self-esteem, and communication skills.

    In-School Mentoring

    The In-School Mentoring Program provides youth with a role model and a friend to talk to and share the experiences of growing up within school grounds.  For one hour a week, mentors meet with their mentee and engage in activities such as board games, crafts, or just hang out on school grounds.

    The In-School Mentoring program requires a weekly visit of one hour for the duration of the school year.  Matches do not meet over the summer break or during other school holidays.

    Game On

    Game On! is a group mentoring program for providing boys and young men with information and support to make informed choices about a range of healthy lifestyle practices. Through non-traditional physical activities, complemented with healthy eating support, participants are engaged in life skills, communication, and emotional health discussions designed to engage participants in the pursuit of life-long healthy lifestyles.

    Game On! includes seven 75-minute core sessions. There are also four extension modules that capture potential issues and topics specific to various locales and the interests of the mentors and participants.

    Contact

    Address:
    7-820 Triple E Blvd Winkler MB R6W 4A6

    Mailing address:
    Box 450 Winkler MB R6W 4A6

    Canada-Manitoba Housing Benefit-Youth Stream

    As part of the National Housing Strategy, the Province of Manitoba is launching the youth stream of the Canada-Manitoba Housing Benefit (CMHB).  The CMHB is a rent supplement for youth who are leaving the care of Child and Family Services (CFS) or who have left the care of CFS in the past year.  The CMHB provides up to $250 a month for up to two years to eligible youth and can be stacked with Rent Assist or non-EIA Rent Assist.

    Youth leaving care or who have recently left care may be eligible to apply The application is available online at Province of Manitoba | Families | Manitoba Housing | CMHB – Youth Stream (gov.mb.ca).  

    Contact
    Email

    Gospel Mission Church

    Weekend Worship Services

    Weekend Worship Services

    In person Services
    Saturday 6:00pm
    Sunday 8:30am, 10:00am, 11:30amWeekend Worship Services

    Kids Ministry Runs Sunday’s 8:30am & 11:30am for Age 3 (Born in 2017) to Grade 6 (Born in 2009)

    Online Streamed Service Sunday’s 10:00am only

     

     

    Youth

    Jr. Youth Grade 6 – Grade 8
    Wednesday’s 7:30pm

    Sr. Youth Grade 9 – Grade 12
    Wednesday’s 7:30pm

    Women's Morning Out

    Women’s Morning Out

    Runs September – November,  March – May
    Monday’s 9:30am – 11:00am

    Lifegroups for anyone age 18 (or graduated) and up!

    Our groups consist of a variety of different life stages as well.  From single, or married with kids, we will help you to find a group that fits what you are looking for!  Most Lifegroups meet every other week and consist of 8-12 people.  Message Lifegroups@gmchurch.ca for more information or to sign up.

    Contact

    855 15th Street

    Kids Help Phone

    Confidential, judgement free and anonymous 24/7 access across Canada offering professional counselling, info and referrals to help in their area. Wide range of articles, tools and resources to help young people through challenges or experiences they might face.

    Klinic Sexual Assualt Krisis Line

    24 hour phone line that provides information and crisis intervention to sexual assault victims and those close to them. Offers short and long term in-person counselling concerning sexual assault and harassment, peer support meetings with an advocate, 24/7 hospital support and advocacy.

    Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba


    Anyone who has a school aged child who may be struggling with their mental health in the
    Pembina Valley! There is no cost associated and no commitment, simply call or text (204) 396-7923 or email Central@moodmb.ca for more information or to sign up. Peer Support is a unique support system where everyone gets to be an equal. The group will be made up of people who have knowledge from their own experiences, and be facilitated by an individual with lived experience as well as professional training. In the context of this group, Peer Support will look like parents with children who are struggling with their mental health getting together to mutually share what they are going through with the aim that we all might benefit from each other’s knowledge.

    What are the goals of this group?
    -To reaffirm that you are not alone in the hardships you face.
    -To help you as families make informed decisions in your child’s path through the youth mental health services.
    -To provide basic education on mental health issues faced by youth, to answer questions regarding mood disorders.
    -To create a community where conversation about mental health does not carry stigma and where there are no such thing as dumb questions.
    -To learn to take care of ourselves even when trying to care for others.

    What is it that we are doing?
    We are gathering people who are facing similar hardships and sharing our knowledge, our resources, our coping skills, what works, and what doesn’t.
    We are here to find acceptance and a sense of belonging, to be surrounded by a group of people that have some measure of understanding of what we are going through.
    We are coming together so that we may learn to take better care of ourselves and the youth that we care for whom are struggling.

    What will a Peer Support Group Meeting look like?
    We will aim to meet once a week through zoom. There is no pressure to attend every session but an email will be sent out every week with the link to participate in that week’s meeting. The meeting will be facilitated by myself, we will introduce ourselves and share a little bit about our story, we will identify common experiences between ourselves, and collectively discuss and learn about issues pertaining to our situations. Some topics will organically occur and some will be preplanned by myself for discussion.

    Confidentiality
    Whatever is discussed is kept confidential – MDAM asks that each attendee not share things they’ve heard within the group, such as personal information about other participants. The only times a facilitator will breach confidentiality are if we believe someone is in danger of harming themselves, others, or someone is harming them, as well if a law enforcement officer requires information to be disclosed to them. This group will be held over Zoom so there is no need to have your camera on if you do not want your identity known to the group. Certain topics can be sensitive, especially those around Covid, Religion, and LGBT2s+ issues.
    Respect in regard to these topics is expected as not everyone will have the same beliefs within the group. Some parts of these topics can be covered but respect to others must always be the goal.

    What are some topics that may be covered?
    • Common Mental Health Issues • Resources in the Pembina Valley
    • Mental Health and School • Medication
    • Treatments and Therapies • Covid and it’s impacts
    • Boundaries and Communication • Safety
    • Addiction, drugs, and alcohol • Managing feelings, challenging thoughts
    • Self-Care • And more!

    The Unloading Zone

    There is no cost for this service.  Online and phone appointments available every Thursday.  Available in the province of Manitoba.

    We provide one-on-one peer support to those who are supporting family and friends during these challenging times.

    In the Central Region (Carman, Portage la Prairie, Winkler, Morden, Altona and surrounding area).

     

    Contact at central@moodmb.ca

    Contact

    100-4 Fort Street
    Wpg, MB R3C 1C4

    Sexual Assault Crisis Line

    24 hour phone line provides info and help to sexual assault victims and people close to them. Free and confidential counselling, support and referrals for people who are suicidal, in crisis or struggling to cope.

    Contact

    The Bunker Youth Ministry

    We exist out of God’s call for Christians to reach out, speak out, and stand out for the young people in Christ!

    Contact

    545 Industrial Drive Winkler, MB

    Box 1633 Winkler, MB R6W 4B5

    Winkler Bible Camp

    Winkler Bible Camp is a non-denominational Christian camp that provides a safe Summer Camp setting for children and teens to make new friends, explore their faith, and stretch their limits. In addition to running Summer camp we host rental groups, company picnics, Outdoor Education programs, and much more!

    Winkler Bible Camp Summer Camp

    Provides a safe setting for children and teens to make new friends, explore their faith and stretch their limits. We have 2 unique sites and options for individuals in kindergarten through Grade 12, and a camp session that ranges from 2 to 5 days in length.
    What we have to offer:
    -Staff to camper ratio of 1:5
    -Long standing record or safety and trust
    -Dedicated, screened and trained Christian ministry team
    -Opportunities to build long lasting friendships
    -A non-denominational atmosphere with a clear “no pressure” Christian message
    -High standards as an accredited camp with Manitoba Camping Association and with Christian camping International
    -Time away from the distractions of media

    Please visit our website for summer schedule pricing details

    Guest Group Rentals

    Come and enjoy the serenity of an intimate wooded area without the worries of finding your way into the bush.  Located right along Manitoba Highway #3, Winkler Bible Camp is an exceptional and convenient place to host a variety of events.

    Our facility is the ideal place to host events including church or youth retreats, business meetings or seminars, weddings, banquets, company picnics and more!  We have a variety of packages to accomodate many different types of events and needs.

    Please visit our website or call our office for full details and pricing.

     

     

    WBCBeyond.com

    WBC Beyond is an online video portal with exciting shows and miniseries children and teens can enjoy.

    Allow us to entertain, teach and inspire you through our unique original content. You can follow along with the adventures of Connor and Bethany in their fort called Wonder World, laugh along with our animated shorts, or learn a new song in our music section. No matter what you end up watching, we are glad to be able to connect with you beyond the summer and our physical location.

    Contact

    Address:
    16037 HWY 3

    Mailing Address:
    Box 2340
    Winkler, MB
    R6W 4C1

    The information posted on the Winkler and Area Resource Guide is intended to be for informational purposes only. References to these organizations does not constitute or imply endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by Central Station Community Centre. We encourage you to do your own research when considering any outside resources for yourself.