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Sexuality Education Resource Centre (Winnipeg)  
http://www.serc.mb.ca

Formerly Planned Parenthood Manitoba, SERC acts as advocate, educator and facilitator on issues related to sexuality and

reproductive health. Works closely with advisory committees from numerous communities on community and professional 
education programs. 
Facts of Life Program services:
  • “Ask a Question” by confidential email and receive a response within two working days at thefactsoflife@serc.mb.ca
  • Web site for community, parents, youth, and service providers at www.serc.mb.ca
  • “The Sex Files” radio show Thursdays’ at 9:00 pm on CKUW 95.9 FM
  • The Sexuality Education Network list serve for service providers:
join the list serve by sending your contact information to: sexualityeducationnetwork@serc.mb.ca (See Details)
Portage Correctional Institute
Immigrant Women's Association of Manitoba

IWAM helps immigrant women and their families settle and integrate into the Canadian society.  IWAM has established counselling services, English as Second Language training, and provided advocacy and research as well as a variety of different programs and projects.Addresses the concerns of immigrant women and their families. Offers advocacy, referral and public education and information.

Native Women's Transition Centre  
http://www.nativewomens.mb.ca/
Provides temporary residence for Aboriginal women and their children, as well as support groups for skills development for independent living, counselling, child care services and women's sharing circles. Also operates Memengwaa Place, which offers second-stage, independent living for Aboriginal women and children suffering from the long-term effects of abuse. (See Details)
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba  
www.cpsm.mb.ca
Licenses Manitoba physicians; monitors standards of medical practice; investigates complaints against physicians; and provides advice on ethical, legal, and quality-of-care matters. Website includes a directory of physicians in Manitoba. (See Details)
Manitoba AIDS Cooperative
Forms a network of community-based organizations that work to ensure the design, development, and implementation of appropriate HIV/AIDS programs, services and policies for people living in Manitoba.
Centre Youville  
http://www.youville.ca/

Provides a nurse managed, community-based accessible health resource for the communities of St. Vital and St. Boniface. Provides a place where individuals and families can work on their health concerns with health professionals or with other people who have had similar experiences. Offers the following programs and services: Ask a nurse, Children and youth, Community building, Diabetes education resource, Healthy lifestyles for adults, Emotional/spiritual/mental health, Nutrition, Parenting resources, Prenatal services, Public health nurses, and Seniors. (See Details)

Manitoba Health  
http://www.gov.mb.ca/health/index.html

Develops, administers, and provides public and mental health services for Manitobans. Works to improve and promote the health status of Manitobans and to reduce inequalities in health status. Website includes the Manitoba Drug Formulary and information on provincial health insurance and Pharmacare. Nouvelles, informations sur les programmes et services, dont les services de sages-femmes, feuillets de renseignements, etc.

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Manitoba Farm & Rural Stress Line  
http://www.ruralstress.ca/

Provides confidential support, counselling, and information to farm and rural families. Web site offers tips on how to manage stress, as well as links to other related sites.

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Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs  
http://www.manitobachiefs.com/
Provides a forum for discussion, coordination and consensus building and is intended to be comprehensive in terms of scope of issues and the integration of political and technical institutions of First Nations in Manitoba. (See Details)