Network agencies and MHSAL meet regularly to exchange ideas and knowledge about addictions programming, policy, practices, and research. The network also coordinates and plans provincial initiatives responding to current addiction services issues.
The Addictions Policy and Support Branch
Addictions Foundation of Manitoba
AFM offers a variety of treatment options including short–term residential treatment, day treatment options and group and individual counselling. AFM has gender specific programming and co-ed programming. Services are available in communities across Manitoba. For more information call 204-944-6200 or 1-866-638-2561 or visit afm.mb.ca.
Addictions Recovery Inc.
Addictions Recovery Inc. offers a sober living environment for men in early recovery. A.R.I. operates two recovery homes in Winnipeg, with skill development for successful long term recovery. Service is for men only. For more information call 204-586-2550 or visit www.addictionsrecovery.ca.
Behavioural Health Foundation
The BHF provides long term residential addictions treatment programming for men, women, teens and family units experiencing a variety of addiction problems and co-occurring mental health concerns. For more information call 204-269-3430 or 1-855-447-9212 (Winnipeg Service for men and women) or 204-482-5520 or 1-855-882-7200 (Selkirk, women-only) or visit www.bhf.ca.
Located in Winnipeg, Esther House provides a safe and supportive living environment for women in second-stage recovery from addiction. Service is for women only. For more information call 204-582-4043 or visit www.estherhousewinnipeg.ca
Health Sciences Centre, Addictions Unit
The Addictions Unit at Health Sciences Centre provides voluntary admission for men or women with active addiction who require inpatient treatment for complications of drug and/or alcohol use and withdrawal. The unit also provides assessment and treatment for co-occurring medical and psychiatric conditions. For more information about our services, call 204 787 3877 or visit their website.
Main Street Project
Main Street Project provides emergency shelter and food services, a drug and alcohol detoxification unit, on-site counselling, transitional housing, and a range of other critical services. Located in Winnipeg. For more information please call 204-982-8251(male) or 204-982-8222 (female) or visit www.mainstreetproject.ca.
Manitoba Adolescent Treatment Centre
MATC operates the Youth Addictions Centralized Intake Service: 1-877-710-3999 which assists youth, families and service providers navigate the continuum of youth addiction services. In addition, MATC provides a range of mental health services to children and adolescents who experience psychiatric and/or emotional disorders. A full continuum of programs and services, both community and hospital based, are available to children, adolescents and their families in Winnipeg. For more information call the Intake Service or visit www.matc.ca.
The Youth Addiction Stabilization Units (YASU) provides short term voluntary and involuntary stabilization for youth suffering from serious self-harm through serve and persistent substance abuse. The stabilization period provides support to youth to withdraw physically from substances that he/she are using and to explore treatment options available within the community. For more information contact the Youth Addictions Centralized Intake at 1-877-710-3999 or visit www.marymound.com
Resource Assistance for Youth
Located in Winnipeg, RaY is a non-profit street-level agency working with street-entrenched and homeless youth up to the age of 29. RaY is non-judgmental and non-partisan, employing a harm reduction approach to all interactions with youth in need. For more information call 204-783-5617 or visit www.rayinc.ca
The Laurel Centre
The Laurel Centre provides individual and group counselling in Winnipeg to women who have experienced childhood and/or adolescent sexual abuse and are also struggling with addiction issues. Because addiction can be one of the long term consequences of unresolved childhood sexual abuse, the Laurel Centre recognizes that addiction and abuse treatment are often best offered together. Service is for women only. For more information call 204-783-5460 or visit thelaurelcentre.com.
Native Addictions Council of Manitoba
NACM offers residential treatment services out of Pritchard House in Winnipeg. This addictions treatment program is comprised entirely of staff that are of Native descent. NACM also offers community based treatment services for addiction issues related to alcohol, drugs and gambling. Service is for men and women. For more information please call 204-586-8395 or visit www.mts.net/~nacm.
Rosaire House Addiction Centre
Rosaire House is an adult addictions treatment center in The Pas that offers residential treatment and a 4-week non-residential program for those who live at home while participating. Aftercare/continuing care is also available upon program completion for those who want continuing aftercare support. Service is for men and women. For more information please call 204-623-6425 or visit www.northernhealthregion.ca.
The Salvation Army – Anchorage Program
The Anchorage Addictions and Rehabilitation Program offers short and long term residential treatment to men and women affected by addiction(s) and co-occurring mental health concerns. Located in Winnipeg. Co-ed and gender specific groups and classes. For more information please call 204-946-9401 or visit www.wpgboothcentre.ca
St. Raphael Wellness Centre
SRWC provides daytime and evening non-residential recovery-based programming. Service is for men and women, with programs that support individuals, couples, and families at every stage of the journey. For more information, please call 204-956-6650 or visit us online at www.straphaelcentre.ca.
Tamarack Recovery Centre
Two Ten Recovery
TWO TEN is a structured clean safe sober living environment in Winnipeg. Residents are mandated to attend 12-step meetings, work with a 12-step sponsor and do the 12 steps. For more information call 204-219-5210 (male) or 204-415-2152 (female) or visit www.twotenrecovery.org.