Manitoba 211 is a searchable online database of government, health, and social services that are available across the province.
Stress Hacks provides information about general mental health and stress, giving ways to manage, cope and deal with stress to help maintain good health and well-being.
New Directions for Children, Youth, Adults and Families is pleased to provide Making Sense of Trauma: Practical Tools for Responding to Children and Youth Webinar
The Webinar is based on the Making Sense of Trauma: Practical Tools for Responding to Children and Youth workshop that has been delivered 45 times to over 1,900 people working with children and youth. It was out of a desire to make the information even more accessible that the Webinar was created.
Just like workshop, this Webinar provides an understanding of how and why children respond to trauma the way that they do and why we often see particular patterns of behaviour. In the Webinar you will learn how to use a trauma-informed perspective to better understand the relational, neurobiological and developmental impact of trauma on children, youth and their caregivers.
The Webinar is structured into 12 Lessons with quiz questions after every slide that once completed enable you to print a certificate of completion.
There is also a written Guide to the Webinar which you can download that includes the script for the Webinar and additional information.
The Webinar provides tools and ideas of ways to intervene to help anyone working with children and youth. This includes written resources which can be printed, saved or distributed.
There is no cost to the webinar. Please pass on this email or the link to anyone you think might be interested.
Teen Clinics are special, confidential health clinics for teens only. There are Teen Clinics all over Manitoba.
Based on current research and evidence-based practice in planning for and sustaining positive, healthy, and safe schools.
The Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth is there to make sure the voices of young people are heard, making sure their rights are respected and that they have a say in decisions that affect their lives. They advocate, investigate and review public services in Manitoba to ensure they are meeting the needs of children, youth and young adults.
This guide advises parents of their rights and lists some of the services and supports available in the community. Because services sometimes change, it is advisable to call and verify the hours, fees, services and accessibility of listed resources.
Supports clients in acquiring Canadian birth certificates and assisting in the process of other identifications, such as MPI photo ID cards, SCIS cards, MMF cards, bank accounts, and driver licenses.
The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority serves residents of the city of Winnipeg, as well as the northern community of Churchill. The WRHA provides health-care support and specialty referral services.
A new program has arrived in Manitoba focusing on reducing women’s risk of having an alcohol exposed pregnancy. We are the first province in Canada to roll out this FASD prevention strategy!
Promotes the mental health of all Manitobans and supports individuals who experience mental illness and addictions issues to achieve recovery and well-being within healthy and supportive communities.
A list of programs to help pregnant or young parents access the health and support services that are right for them and their families.
An inventory of support programs available to pregnant or parenting youth and their children in Manitoba schools.