Pocket size COVID-19 Resources Sheet

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Mental Health

Centre de renouveau Aulneau Renewal Centre : Wellness checks to help address the anxiety that people may have due to COVID-19: or call 204-987-7090.

Sara Riel Inc. :

  • The “Seneca Warm Line”, a 24-hour phone line for persons struggling with mental health and addiction challenges and people experiencing unusual feelings of anxiety, depression, loneliness or fear. Call 204-942-9276 or 204-231-0217.
  • Employment Support Line: Call 204-237-9263 ext. 137

Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba (ADAM) :
Anxiety support line for anyone seeking support during this challenging time: call 204-925-0040.

Shared Health Manitoba COVID-19 Guidance and Tools to Support Mental Wellness
Government of ManitobaMental Health Virtual Therapy Program


Government of Canada:


Winnipeg Harvest How to access food

Stay active

Winnipeg in Motion How to stay active during COVID 19

Canadian Physical Activity and 24-Hour Movement guidelines.

Fédération des aînés franco-manitobains (FAFM) Physical activity videos (in French only)

Supports for seniors

COVID-19 resources for older people in Manitoba
City of Winnipeg, United Way Winnipeg, A & O: Support Services for Older Adults
Call 311.Assistance with delivery of groceries, medications and specialized social services, and assistance in obtaining access to other well-being resources.


NorWest Co-op Community Health–Support Line for Women Experiencing
Domestic Violence: 204-940-6624
Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Triple P Positive Parenting Program10 tips for parents and caregivers during Covid-19.
Winnipeg Public Library

Healthy Start For Mom & MeWeekly Virtual Groups.
To register, email To participate by telephone, call 204-949-5350.