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Crisis Numbers


Brandon & Area Suicide Prevention Network

Canada Suicide Prevention Service:
Toll free 1-833-456-4566 or text: 45645

Residential School Survivor Support Line:
Toll free 1-866-925-4419

Kids Help Phone:
Toll free 1-800-668-6868 or text TALK to 686868

Human Trafficking Hotline

​Deaf Access Counselling
Parkland Adult and Youth Crisis Line (24/7)
Toll free 1-866-332-3030

The Portage Family Abuse Prevention Centre Support Groups (Parenting after Violence, Children’s Support Program, Children Exposed to Violence, Follow-Up Program, Non-Residential Program)

Phone: Administration:  204-239-5234
Toll Free: 1-877-977-0007
Local Crisis Line:  204-239-5233

College Resources

Staff Resources

Karleigh Paul
Assiniboine Community College Student Association Executive Director
Work Phone: 204-725-8710 ext: 6644

Alyshia Kelbert
Student Development Coordinator
Work Phone: 204-725-8710 ext: 6645

Brandy Robertson
Wellness Advisor
Work Phone: 204-725-8710 ext: 6958

Student Success Advisors: Find List Here

College Resources

Assiniboine Community College Policies

Assiniboine Community College Student Supports

Assiniboine Community College Mental Health and Wellness Supports

I.M. Well Students Assistant program (24/7)


As an additional wellness support for all Assiniboine students, the Students’ Association has developed the I.M. Well Student Assistance Program. The I.M. Well Student Assistance Program (SAP for short) is a free, confidential counselling service that is available to all Assiniboine students and their immediate family members with supports such as counselling, financial consulting, legal consulting, and life coaching, and more! It can be accessed for any issue, no matter how large or small.


SafetySmart App

Download Here

SafetySmart is the official safety app of Assiniboine Community College. It is the only app that integrates with Assiniboine Community College’s safety and security systems. The app will send you important safety alerts and provide instant access to campus safety resources. SafetySmart features include:

  • Emergency College Contacts

  • Friend Walk. Send your location to a friend through email or SMS on your device. Once the friend accepts the Friend Walk request, the user picks their destination and their friend tracks their location in real time; they can keep an eye on them to make sure they make it safely to their destination.

  • Report a tip to College security.

  • Share map with your location

  • Security Supports & Service:

    • Access resources that security personnel provide to ensure a safe and secure environment.

    • College Calendar

    • Parking Information

  • Campus Maps

    • Campus Map

    • Crime Mapping

    • Transit Map


  • Emergency Plans: Campus emergency documentation that can prepare you for disasters or emergencies. This can be accessed even when users aren’t connected to Wi-Fi or cellular data.

Safety Notifications: Receive instant notifications and instructions from Assiniboine Community College safety when on-campus emergencies occur.

REES Partnership

Assiniboine has partnered with REES (Respect, Educate, Empower Survivors) to provide online reporting for sexual violence on campus. REES allows members of our campus community to create a record of the incident and provides multiple reporting options: Anonymous Report, Connect to My Campus, Report to Police, or Repeat Perpetrator Identification. REES provides information about campus and community-based resources such as sexual assault centres, healthcare, and support services.

Make a Report: Click Here

College Departments

Services for Students:


Academic and Personal Advising:

  • Program information, explanation and planning

  • Academic process and decision making

  • Understanding college policies

  • Support for personal issues

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Referrals to community agencies and services


Financial Advising:

  • Scholarships and bursaries

  • Manitoba Student-Aid Information

  • Budgeting Assistance

  • Emergency Funds



The Learning Curve:

  • Individualized help from our learning strategist and educational assistants

  • Drop-in peer tutoring

  • Access to assistive technology



The Test Centre:

  • Quiet, secure area equipped with ergonomic keyboards, chairs and specialized software

  • Invigilation (proctoring) service available for on-campus or distance education students

  • Ability to administer timed typing tests, certification exams from testing companies, as well as exams from other intuitions

Contact: 204.725.8700 ext 6700


Accommodation/Accessibility Services:
Accomodation & Acccessibility Services

  • Accommodations for documented special needs associated with a disability or one of the other protected characteristics

  • Connection to community services

  • Support with securing funding for equipment and services

  • Support and advocacy

Contact: 204.725.8700 ext 6052


Indigenous Student Services:
Indigenous Affairs

  • Cultural advising and supports

  • Elder and Knowledge Keepers’ program

  • Peer mentorship

  • Cultural events and activities



Mobile Apps

Healthy Minds- Coping with Stress

Even though this app is targeted to students, anybody can use it. Healthy Minds is a tool made to help deal with emotions and the stresses of everyday life. It was developed by The Royal, one of Canada’s top mental health care and academic science centres. With this app, you can take advantage of a mood tracker, breathing exercises, stress relief activities, a journal, and more.


Mindshift-CBT- Anxiety

Created by Anxiety Canada, Mindshift is a great tool to take control of your anxiety. It uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to help users relax and come into a mindful state. The app tackles issues like worry, panic, perfectionism, social anxiety, and phobias. Some key features include CBT-based tools, a thought journal, and goal-setting options.


MoodTools- Depression and/or Suicide

Created in collaboration with multiple mental health professionals, MoodTools includes a depression test (PHQ-9 depression test), a symptom tracker, a thought diary, and a suicide safety plan to help combat depression and alleviate negative moods.


PTSD Coach- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

The US Department of Veteran Affairs created an app for those afflicted with PTSD. Important to note is that this app is not just for military veterans; it is for anyone with PTSD who has suffered a traumatic event. PTSD Coach provides users with educational resources, self-assessment tools, stress managing tips like relaxation skills, and anger management.


Rise Up + Recover- Eating Disorders

This comprehensive app is a great addition to the treatment of anorexia, bulimia, obsessive eating, binge eating, and compulsive eating. Rise Up + Recover uses CBT to help its users in their treatment journey. Users can log in their meals, emotions, and behaviours, and export their entries to PDF to share with their therapist. It also includes custom reminders to inspire users, shares motivational quotes, and has additional resources.


Saying When: How to Quit Drinking or Cut Down

Addiction (drinking)

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Canada’s largest mental health teaching hospital, created Saying When to help users take control of their drinking habits. The step-by-step program includes self-assessments, additional resources, personalized goals, and a dashboard to organize it all. CAMH stresses that this tool is not meant for those with a serious drinking problem (but they do provide resources for those that do).


Quit That! (iOS only)- Addiction

This is an app that helps you track the things you are trying to quit (smoking, drinking, etc.). A great bonus is that there are no pesky ads! Interesting features in Quit That! include a live counter to show your progress, a calculator to see how much money you saved since quitting, a schedule maker, and a note taking section.

Addiction Services


Addictions Foundation of Manitoba
204-729-3838 or 1-866-767-3838
510 Frederick St, Brandon, MB R7A 6Z4



Brandon and Area FASD
(Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) Committee




Native Addictions Council of Manitoba
160 Salter St, Winnipeg, MB R2W 4K1, Canada

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba
1031 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3G 0R8



Addictions Foundation of Manitoba – Main Portage La Prairie Office
205-9 Saskatchewan Avenue West, Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 3J9
Phone: 204-857-8353

Manitoba Addiction Helpline: 1-855-662-6605


Addictions Foundation of Manitoba
404 – 1st Avenue NE
Dauphin, MB R7N 1A9
Phone: 204-622-2021
Fax: 204-638-6077

Domestic Violence Services

Domestic Violence Support 



Intimate Partner Violence Law Help Line: 1-866-458-0337 

Manitoba 24 Hour Family Violence Crisis Line: 1-877-977-0007 

Domestic Violence Community Resource Map-Brandon 



Intimate Partner Violence Law Help Line: 204-943-2240 

Manitoba 24 Hour Family Violence Crisis Line: 1-877-977-0007 

Breaking the Silence on Domestic Violence: 

WPS Downtown – Domestic violence & intimate partner violence: 1-204-986-6222  

WPS East Station – Domestic violence & intimate partner violence: 1-204-986-6262 

WPS North Station – Domestic violence & intimate partner violence: 1-204-986-6313 

DIRECTED EMPOWERMENT: Support for Immigrant Women Impacted by Domestic Violence / Abuse: 1-204-880-3022 


South Port:  

Manitoba 24 Hour Family Violence Crisis Line: 1-877-977-0007 

Portage Family Abuse Prevention Centre: 1-204-239-5233 

Manitoba Justice – Domestic Violence Support Services – Portage la Prairie: 1-204-239-3378 




Manitoba 24 Hour Family Violence Crisis Line: 1-877-977-0007 

Parkland Crisis Centre – Non-Residential Services: Call 1-877-977-0007 to be connected to the nearest shelter 



Elspeth Reid Family Resource Centre
204-726-6280 or 1-800-483-8980
255 9th St, Brandon, MB R7A 6X1

MCC Thrift Store
414 Pacific Ave, Brandon, MB R7A 0H5
MCC Website


Nearly New Shop
601 9th St, Brandon, MB R7A 4B3



Adult and Teen Challenge – SuperThrift Store
1016 St James St, Winnipeg, MB R3H 0K5

The Salvation Army Thrift Store – Empress
1030 Empress St, Winnipeg, MB R3G 3H4



Portage MCC – Thrift Shop
149 Saskatchewan Ave E, Portage La Prairie, MB R1N 0L7, Canada

Mckenzie United Church Thrift Shop
45 E Saskatchewan Ave, Portage La Prairie, MB R1N 0L8, Canada



Parkland Crossing – Wardrobe Clothing Giveaway
220 Whitmore Ave W, Dauphin, MB R7N 3N2, Canada

Dauphin Salvation Army Thrift Store
38 2 Ave NE, Dauphin, MB R7N 0Z4, Canada

Almost New Store
220 Main St N, Dauphin, MB R7N, Canada

Food Resources


ACC Students Association Page

Food Security


Food Rescue Store
719 Rosser Avenue
Food Rescue Grocery


Helping Hands Soup Kitchen
111 7 St, Brandon, MB R7A 3S5


Samaritan House Ministries Inc: Food Program
820 Pacific Ave, Brandon, MB R7A 0J1
Samaritan House Website


Salvation Army – Emergency Food
9 Princess Ave E, Brandon, MB R7A 1R8


St. Augustine’s Church
327 4th St, Brandon, MB R7A 3H1



We Got This
162-2025 Corydon Avenue Suite #117 Winnipeg, MB, Canada R2P 0N5
TEL: 1-204-480-8590


Harvest Manitoba
1085 Winnipeg Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3E 0S2
Phone: (204) 982-3663



Canadian Mental Health Association – Breakfast Program
36 Saskatchewan Avenue East, Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 0K9


First Presbyterian Church – Soup Kitchen
17 Royal Road South, Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 1T8


The Salvation Army Portage la Prairie Corps Community Food Bank
220 Duke Avenue, Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 3B7


Free Little Pantry
35 5th Street South East, Portage la Prairie, MB (beside Red River College parking lot)



Dauphin and District Food Bank
220 Whitmore Ave W, Dauphin, MB R7N 3N2, Canada


Parkland Crossing – Food Bank
220 Whitmore Ave W, Dauphin, MB R7N 3N2, Canada

Mental Health Resources


Adult Community Mental Health Services, Prairie Mountain Health
204-578-2400 or 1-888-379-7699


Brandon Friendship Centre
Aboriginal Healing and Wellness
204-726-1112 or 204-726-8791


Community Mental Health Worker (Adult) 7th Street Access


Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba


Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba
204-725-8550 or 1-800-805-8885



Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) – Manitoba and Winnipeg
930 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3G 0P8


Crisis Response Centre
(204) 940-1781
817 Bannatyne Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3E 0W2


The Mental Health Collective Inc.
70 Arthur St #200, Winnipeg, MB R3B 1G7
(204) 815-5815


Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba (ADAM), Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba, Manitoba Schizophrenia Society Support Groups – Canadian Mental Health Association Clubhouse
CMHA Clubhouse 102 1st NW, Portage la Prairie. MB R1N 1Y9
ADAM Head Office: 1-204-925-0600


Mood Disorders Associations of Manitoba:


Canadian Mental Health Association
Central: 204-239-6590


Community Mental Health
Phone Toll Free: 1-888-310-4593


Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba
Address: Support Groups: CMHA Clubhouse 102 1st St NW Portage la Prairie MB R1N 1Y9

Support Groups: Portage & District General Hospital, 524 5th Street South East, Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 3A8

Phone: 1-204-330-7826



Dauphin Community Health Services – Adult Community Mental Health (ACMH)
625 3 St SW, Dauphin, MB R7N, Canada

Cultural Resources

Pathfinder: A Guide To Indigenous And Community Support




Brandon Friendship Centre
836 Lorne Ave, Brandon, MB R7A 0T8


Manitoba Métis Federation (SW Region)
656 6th St, Brandon, MB R7A 3P1
204-725-7520 or 1-888-627-9663


Westman Immigrant Services
1001 Pacific Ave, Brandon, MB R7A 0J2

Ask Auntie Brandon
440 Rosser Ave, Brandon, MB R7A 0K3


Brandon Bear Clan Inc.



Ukrainian Cultural and Educational Centre
184 Alexander Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3B 0L6
(204) 942-0218


West End Cultural Centre
586 Ellice Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3B 1Z8
(204) 783-6918


Manitoba Indigenous Cultural Education Centre Inc.
119 Sutherland Ave, Winnipeg, MB R2W 3C9
(204) 942-0228


Indigenous Family Centre
470 Selkirk Ave, Winnipeg, MB R2W 2M5
(204) 586-8393



Dauphin Friendship Centre
210 1 Ave NE, Dauphin, MB R7N 1A7, Canada

Medical Clinics

Medical Clinics


Newmount Medical (Walk-In) Clinic
624 18th St, Brandon, MB R7A 5B4


Western Medical Clinic
2425 Victoria Ave, Brandon, MB R7B 4H7


Trinity Medical Clinic
335 18th St #2, Brandon, MB R7A 5A8


Wheat City Medical Family Practice & Walk-In Clinic
1711 Kirkcaldy Dr C1, Brandon, MB R7A 0B9


The Wellness Clinic
(204) 717-7400
Unit 2 – 1711 Kirkcaldy Drive



Keystone Dental Centre
1502 9th St, Brandon, MB R7A 4E1


West-Man Dental Group
2425 Victoria Ave Unit D, Brandon, MB R7B 4H7


Crocus Dental Centre (Precision Dental)
2940 Victoria Avenue. Brandon, MB, Canada R7A 5B5


Brandon Smiles Dentistry
457 9th St Suite 10A, Brandon, MB R7A 4A9

Other Resources in Brandon

Men’s Resource Centre

Domestic Violence Community Resource Map-Brandon

Suicide Resources


7th Street Health Access Centre
20 – 7th Street. Brandon, MB. R7A 6M8


Public Health
Unit A5 – 800 Rosser Ave
Town Centre

Other Resources in Southport

Medical Clinics

Portage Clinic Main Office
100-140 9th Street South East, Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 3V5
Phone: 204-857-3445


Portage Walk-In Clinic
100-140 9th St. S.E., Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 3V5
Phone: For a walk-in appointment call 204-857-5905


White Cross Health Care Portage
Address: 5006 Crescent Road W, Portage la Prairie, R1N 0Y6
Phone: 204-857-7883



Family Resource Centre
234 Princess Avenue, Portage la Prairie, MB, R1N 0R1
Phone: 204-595-5005 (allows texting)


Karen Devine Safe House
159 5th Street South East, Portage la Prairie, MB  R1N 1H4
Phone: 204-239-5307
Toll Free: Mental Health Intake: 1-888-310-4593
After Hours (24 Hour Crisis Line): 1-866-588-1697

Provides a residential, short-stay setting for adults with mental health difficulties. Offers the opportunity to access alternate help before problems escalate into a crisis that may require hospitalization.

Other Resources in Dauphin

Medical Clinic:

Dauphin Medical Clinic
622 3 St SW, Dauphin, MB R7N 1R5, Canada


Under One Roof

37-3rd Ave NW
Dauphin, MB
(431) 738-8352

Services Offered

Monday Meal Program

Every Monday evening, from 4:30p.m. to 6:30p.m. we offer home cooked, sit down meals and drinks. This meal program is open to everyone and is free of cost.

Wednesday Snack and Activities

Every Wednesday evening, from 4:30p.m. to 6:30p.m. we provide a snack, water, and bottomless coffee. During this time we also have fun activities planned.

Resource Table

During the Monday Meal Program and Wednesday snack night we have a resources table for anyone who needs. Available we have; hygiene supplies, children’s activity packs, menstrual packs, socks, underwear, diapers/wipes, household cleaning supplies, masks, hand sanitizer, winter wear, sleeping bags and much more.


STBBI Testing

STBBI testing on site the first Monday of every month from 4:30p.m to 6:30p.m


Harm Reduction Supplies

Available on site we have clean needles, safer smoking kits and condoms.


Needle Clean Up and Disposal

If you see a needle in the community please give us a call or text. We will remove and dispose of the needles in the proper manner. Additionally, if you have needles that need to be disposed of please bring them to Under One Roof in a hard plastic container or bottle and we will dispose of them correctly.


Inclement Weather Response

When it is hot out we have cold freezies, water and air-conditioning available on site. On cold days we have warm beverages and a heated building


Wifi and Computer Use

Dauphin Community Health Services

625, 3rd Street, SW | Dauphin, MB R7N 1R7

Services Offered

  • Adult Community Mental Health Services

  • Cancer Navigation

  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

  • Child Health Services

  • Communicable Disease Control

  • Community Postpartum

  • Diabetes / Heart / Chronic Disease Program

  • Families First

  • Grant Funded Services

  • Health Promotion

  • Healthy Beginnings / Healthy Baby

  • Immunization Services

  • Infection Prevention and Control

  • Mental Health Services for the Elderly

  • Mobile Crisis Services / Phone Service

  • Prenatal Services

  • Proctor Services

  • Sexual Health

  • School Health Programs