E.A.G.L.E. Urban Transition Centre is a province-wide First Nation/Aboriginal service delivery agency that advances the principles of healthy independent living by providing leadership and resources to First Nation/Aboriginal people that have relocated or, are residents of the City of Winnipeg. Located at 501 - 286 Smith Street. Phone: (204) 954-3050. Email.
Partners@510 Selkirk has an online Guide to Winnipeg for Aboriginal Newcomers. Or drop in to this storefront resource centre to get info on all the employment, education and training opportunities in Winnipeg as well as many other services. Located at 510 Selkirk Avenue. Phone: 945-0447 or toll free 1-800-883-0398. Email.
The Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre was established in 1984 by the
Aboriginal community to serve the Aboriginal community living in
Mamawi provides supports for families to better
care for children by creating meaningful opportunities for
community and family involvement. Program areas include Community Care, Children in Care, Youth Services, a Community Training & Learning. Offices located at 94 McGregor Street (925-0300); 743 Ellice Avenue (925-0348); and 318 Anderson Street (925-0349). Email.
Mothers of Red Nation (MORN) Transition Resource Center provides information resources, intervention, and advocacy support to Aboriginal women and their families who are in transition, in crisis, or who need support in navigating through social systems. The Centre also promotes empowerment of Aboriginal women by providing the tools that will help them advocate for themselves. Located at 141 Bannatyne. 3rd Floor. Phone: (204) 942-6676. Email.
Eyaa-Keen focuses on providing a unique form of Aboriginal Traditional based therapeutic trauma treatment and psychological rehabilitation. They facilitate the process for people to start living fully alive, thriving, and making good decisions in their own lives, in their own way. Eyaa-Keen's programs and services are designed to improve the well-being of Aboriginal people. Through a series of Aboriginal Traditional based sessions, they deliver integrated physical, emotional, mental and spiritual treatment, healing and development. Located at 547 Notre Dame Ave. Phone: (204) 783-2976. Email.
Oyate Tipi is a non-profit organization which accepts donations of gently used household goods and furniture. All items are then distributed to women and children who are trying to better themselves by escaping poverty and/or abusive situations. Oyate Tipi is the result of concerted effort by ten (10) local service agencies to address issues of affordability of household goods, when moving from supported or emergency housing to independent living. Located at 606 Selkirk Ave. Phone: (204) 589-2218.
The Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF) oversees a large portfolio of rental and homeowner housing units the Province. The MMF also manages Rural & Native Housing units under the Community Housing Managers of Manitoba. The Winnipeg Metis Association Inc. has joined together with Habitat for Humanity to build new homes for Metis families. For more information contact the Winnipeg office. Located at 412 McGregor Street. Phone: (204) 589-4327.
Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council Housing Authority. Phone 1-866-856-5550
Kinew Housing Inc. 201-424 Logan Avenue. Phone (204) 956-5093.
Kanata Housing Corporation. 202-2055 McPhillips Avenue. Phone (204) 338-6261.
KeKiNan Senior Centre Inc. 100 Robinson Street. KeKiNan has added 30 new Assisted Living apartments with meals, laundry and light housekeeping. KeKiNan Centre has been serving Aboriginal seniors since 1991 in its existing 30-unit building. Phone 204-582-0439.
Dial-a-Life Housing Inc. The purpose of Dial-a-Life Housing Inc is to provide suitable housing for medically displaced persons of Native ancestry and their families, who have reached End Stage Renal Disease (E.S.R.D) and must relocate to Winnipeg for dialysis. 100-130 Watson Street. Phone: (204) 694-9170