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Specialized Shopping Hours

A starting list of stores that have low-stress hours specifically for older adults, those with disabilities, or health conditions. Franchise hours/days may vary by location, call ahead for most up to date information. Know of a local small store participating? Let us know! Specialized Shopping Hours

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COVID-19 Benefits Guide

This resource was created by Dr. Jennifer Robson, Associate Professor of Political Management, Carleton University, to help individuals navigating access to the newly announced federal benefits, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The information is compiled using public information, any omissions or errors are unintended. This file below was updated and uploaded here on April […]

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Free Phone-In Counselling and Check-Ins

We put together an unofficial guide to remote counselling and mental health resources that is currently available during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click on the link below to access the document. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the service providers directly. Free Counselling Check-ins List

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We regret to inform you that effective March 13, all training, workshops and meetings at 231 Isabel Street are postponed to dates to be determined to preserve the health of those involved and their community. We are acting in response to growing concerns locally about the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), are will keep monitoring the evolving landscape of directions from Spence Neighbourhood Association Inc., the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, and all levels of government, and will increase efforts in implementing best practices to flatten the curve of contagion. Please consult this link for more information: https://www.gov.mb.ca/health/coronavirus/index.html We hope to resume our programming quickly, as soon as we can ensure healthy and safe spaces for everyone again. The Staff

COVID-19 Response: All Programming Postponed

IMPORTANT COMMUNICATION: March 13, 2020 In response to growing concerns locally about the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), Central Neighbourhoods is monitoring the evolving landscape of directions from Spence Neighbourhood Association Inc., the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, and all levels of government, and will increase efforts in implementing best practices to flatten the curve of contagion.  […]

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Facilitators Wanted

The “People Who Love People Who Use Substances” (PWLPWUS) Advisory Committee is seeking facilitators to guide a drop-in support group for friends, family, and loved ones of those who use substances and experience mental health issues.  The committee is seeking a reliable, friendly, and compassionate individuals with lived experience as a caregiver or support person.  […]

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Project Safe Audience presents: Safer Substance Use for Youth

Project Safe Audience presents: “Safer Substance Use for Youth” – A free training for youth ages 13-25 to come together and learn from a harm reduction lens about safer use of substances, administering Naloxone, overdose prevention, and take home their very own Naloxone kit and safer use supplies at no cost! Snacks and bus tokens will […]

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Bite Back! Presentation on Bed Bugs March 10

Worried about bed bugs?Join us, WRHA MyHealth Team and Daniel McIntyre/St. Matthews Community Association to navigate health effects of bed bugs, prevention and treatment resources! Next week Tuesday, March 10, 1 PM at 231 Isabel.  Free to attend!  

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Alternatives to Calling the Police

FREE workshop on “Alternatives to Calling Police” In response to reliance on calling police in escalating situations, Bar None Winnipeg will be facilitating a community workshop on brainstorming, working through situations as a group, and mapping out networks of resources. Community will always know what community needs best. Join Bar None and Central Neighbourhoods Winnipeg […]

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