Many people contact the Library with questions that relate to mental health. While Library staff cannot and do not provide medical advice, we do our best to connect people with information resources that may help to learn more about mental health topics.
Use this guide to find:
crisis lines and services
resources about mental health topics we are frequently asked about
listings of mental health services in Winnipeg
information about mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic
Remember: we are here to help you with your information searching. If you have a question about something not covered by this guide please be in touch.
Answering questions is what we do.
We can help you find quick facts, offer reading suggestions, provide answers to research questions, and more. If we don't have the answer we will direct you to appropriate resources.
LIFE THREATENING EMERGENCY
Klinic Crisis Line (24/7)
204-786-8686 or 1-888-322-3019
Adult Mobile Crisis Service and Mental Health Crisis Response Centre (24/7)
817 Bannatyne Avenue
Hope for Wellness Line, for Indigenous Peoples (24/7)
chat online at: hopeforwellness.ca
Manitoba Province-Wide Domestic Abuse Crisis Line (24/7)
1-877-977-0007 or Text (only) 204-792-5302
Manitoba Suicide Prevention & Support Line (24/7)
Youth Crisis Line / Youth Mobile Crisis Teams (24/7)
For youth under age 21 and their families
204-949-4777 or 1-888-383-2776
National Residential School Crisis Line (24/7) 1-866-925-4419
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and 2SLGBTQQIA+People Support Line (24/7)
This 23rd edition is the most recent version of the Guide. It lists hundreds of different resources. Examples: cirsis resources, housing, employment, income assistance, addictions, counselling, recreation options and more.
"At CMHA, our specialists are available to to help all Manitobans find the best type of care or service to match their needs."
SOURCE: Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba and Winnipeg Division