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  • Workshop: “Using Expressive Arts in Social Work Practice …” – DAUPHIN, March 23, 24, 30 & 31

    Expressive Arts Workshop Poster

    Dates:  Thursdays & Fridays, March 23 & 24, March 30 & 31, 2017

    Times:  11:00 am to 3:00 pm

    Location: Youth Centre, Dauphin Friendship Centre

    Fee: $50.00 (for all 4 days)

    This workshop is for social workers and other professional helpers who are interested in the integration of expressive arts into their helping practice for self-care, growth, change and transformation. The focus is on experiential applications of photography, visual arts, drumming, singing, drama, movement, dance, and other creative processes.

    For more information and to register, please contact: / (204)-474-9239 or

  • Shared Leadership: The Pathway to Mental Health & Well-Being Conference – Feb. 10, 2017

    “Shared Leadership: The Pathway to Mental Health and Well-being” is the theme of the 2017 Safe Schools Manitoba conference. Student mental health and well-being are priorities for educators, but there is increasing recognition that schools alone cannot meet all the needs of students. A collaborative approach is needed.  The conference will bring together representatives from the K-12 and post-secondary systems, provincial education associations, government, regional health authorities, community agencies, business, and most importantly, students.

    The conference will be held on Friday, February 10, 2017 at the Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre (1808 Wellington Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba).

    The conference program, with overviews of all keynote and breakout sessions, is now available online. Registration now open!

  • Impulsivity, sensation seeking increase risk of alcohol and drug use among youths

    Adolescence can be a challenging time for both young people and their parents. Adolescents often face temptations to experiment with various substances and, unfortunately, this is the time when problem substance use typically begins. Vulnerability likely stems from at least two changes that occur during adolescence: although there are rapid increases in sensation seeking during early- to mid-adolescence, gradual improvements in impulse control become evident only during later adolescence. This study examines how these processes develop in high-risk youths. Read more


related services province-wide.

MAKEconnections to the resources available in Manitoba. From community based counseling services to long term residential treatment to post treatment options, find out what is available in our province.

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Disclaimer: Please note that this directory includes a diverse listing of services ranging from publically funded, private, faith based organizations, etc. The directory is simply a listing and not a recommendation, guarantee or endorsement regarding the quality of organization/service.

  • The Nelson House Medicine Lodge
    Box 458
    Nelson House, MB
    R0B 1A0
    Adult Co-Ed Residential Treatment Center
    8 weeks in length
    Emphasis on aboriginal cultural, spiritual, and traditional practice
  • Behavioral Health Foundation
    Male Youth Program
    1147 Breezy Point Rd
    Selkirk, MB
    R1A 1A7
    Youth Male Residential Treatment Center
    Minimum 4 to 6 months in length
    Aboriginal cultural component

addiction awareness resources

MAKEconnections to helpful resources for youth, parents, educators and service providers. This section contains curriculum-oriented activities for grades K-12, as well as other helpful resources about addictions and addictions-related issues.

If you wish to access the Resource Collection of the Manitoba Addictions Knowledge Exchange Centre, please click here.  The resource catalogue is fully searchable online.

MAKEconnections to what you want to know about knowledge exchange. From specific knowledge exchange inquiries to general research questions, you can find the answers to the most commonly asked questions here. GO