Search Organizations (English): Manitoba

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College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba
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 Association of Friendship Centres
The Manitoba Association of Friendship Centres (MAC) was established in 1971 as a non-profit body to represent the concerns of the growing number of Friendship Centres in Manitoba. As a Provincial Territorial Association (PTA) MAC now represents 10 Centres at Provincial and National forums.  (See Details)
Child Find Manitoba
Works cooperatively with public agencies and non-profit organizations engaged in the area of child protection and advocacy. (See Details)
Manitoba Breast Screening Program
Offers breast screening to all Manitoba women between 50 and 69 years old, who meet the program's eligibility criteria. (See Details)
Winnipeg Free Press
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.
Manitoba Women's Advisory Council
Advises the Manitoba government on issues concerning the status of women. Promotes the equal participation of women in society. Work focuses on issues that have legal, social or economic impact on women's lives. Prepares briefs, submissions and reports that contain recommendations for change, relayed to government through the Minister responsible for the Status of Women. (See Details)
Hope Breast Cancer Information and Resource Centre

Assists individuals whose lives have been touched by breast cancer by providing information, support and referral to support programming. Provides resources and support to individuals who are concerned about breast health issues.

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Thompson Crisis Centre

Works to provide immediate assistance through a walk-in facility and a 24-hour emergency telephone service; to provide a safe place for the women and their children who are victims of physical/emotional abuse; to provide services to women and their children needing longer term support.

TERF - Training and Employment Resources for Females

A New Directions for Children, Youth and Families program to help young women move from the streets and prostitution to develop healthy lifestyles. TERF is for 15-17 year old females. Our goal is to help them move in a new direction, stabilize their living situation, develop a healthy lifestyle and build the confidence necessary to set goals to return to school or move into the workforce.