There are other counselling services in Winnipeg that are free or have a sliding fee scale (based on your income). Some workplaces have free Employee Assistance Programs (EAP). Students, please check with Student Services at your University or College to find out more about the supports they offer.
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Our counselling programs are for girls, women, Two-Spirit, genderqueer, non-binary and trans people ages 13+ who are not able to pay for private counselling, and who do not have access to private health insurance or third-party billing.
You do not need a referral to use our counselling services.
Our qualified and experienced counsellors can help you identify and understand your problems, make goals that work for you, and help you find new ways of dealing with your concerns.
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Please see our counselling services agreement to learn more about our approach to counselling.
Click for an electronic communications consent form for the counselling program and PEDPRP.
If you are in crisis, please call Klinic Crisis Line: 204-786-8686
If you are not in crisis and looking for professional counselling services, the following offer low-cost or free counselling:
Aurora Counselling Centre: 204-786-9251 (sliding scale)
Aulneau Renewal Centre: 204-987-7090
Centre Renaissance Centre 204-256-6750 (bilingual, sliding scale)
Family Dynamics: 204-947-1401 (formerly called Family Centre)
Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre: 204-477-1123
Jewish Child and Family Counselling Services: 204-477-7430 (open to all faiths and cultural groups)
Klinic Community Health Centre: 204-784-4059
Ma Mawi wi Chi Itata Centre (Aboriginal): 204-925-0300
Mount Carmel Clinic: 204-589-9475
North End Women’s Centre: 204-589-7374
Pluri-elles: 204-233-1735 (French)
First Nations & Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line (toll-free, 24 hours/day)
Call 1-855-242-3310 for immediate, culturally competent, crisis intervention telephone support for First Nations and Inuit people of all ages. Counselling is available in English and French; also in Cree, Ojibway & Inuktut on request.