General Settlement Services
This Entry Program Provides free settlement orientation and language classes newcomers. This is a required program for all new immigrants to Manitoba.
Orientation Topics include Employment; working in Canada, where to get help to look for work and workplace regulations.
Paris Building; 259 Portage Ave, Winnipeg.
MB R3B 2A9.
Phone: (204) 944-0133.
Newcomer Community Development Services
Helps immigrant and refugee families understand, navigate, settle, access social support and address a broad range of personal needs in a group format. Individual, couple, and family therapy available.
5th Floor, 491 Portage Ave, Winnipeg.
MB R3B 2E4
Phone: (204) 786-925
This is a Neighborhood Immigrant Settlement Program.
They have settlement workers who provide orientation and settlement services and support to immigrant and newcomers by connecting them with information, programs and resources in our community.
545 Watt St, Winnipeg
MB R2K 2S2
Phone: (204) 982-1720
A Neighborhood Immigrant Settlement Programs that welcomes and visits new families in the community and helps them access community resources. They organize community events where newcomers and other community members can meet one another while providing links with existing systems to share issues.
100 Adelaide St, Winnipeg
MB R3A 0W2
Phone: (204) 943-9158
Provides settlement services for permanent residents settling in the St. Vital and St. Boniface communities.
The Neighbourhood Immigrant Settlement Coordinator mentors, supports, and offers orientation and guidance to 29 Neighbourhood Immigrant Settlement Workers (NISWs) working across Winnipeg. Hosting this program at the Immigrant Centre has ensured a consistent message is given to all newcomers, along with providing a professional standard of practice and training among the NISWs
900 St Mary's Rd, Winnipeg,
MB R2M 3R3
Phone: (204) 257-7827
Acts as a voice for the Manitoba settlement and integration sector.
Supports our members through communication, networking and professional development activities.
#610 - 275 Portage Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3B 2B3
Phone: (204) 272-0872
Services of MCC Manitoba
They run local and international programs;
The local programs include
Abuse response and prevention
International volunteer exchange program (ivep)
Low German Mennonite services based in Winkler
Migration and resettlement
134 Plaza Dr.
Winnipeg, MB R3T 5K9
Toll Free: 1-888-622-6337
They conduct information sessions on;
Business start-ups for newcomers
Justice, legal / police services
Managing your money / finances
Diet, nutrition, preventive health
Retreats during summer & winter breaks
737 Keewatin St
MB R2X 3B9
Phone: (204) 775-4928
Cultural Enrichment/Preservation and Support Program, Women's Program, Settlement Support Services/Access to Resources.
They promote the cultural awareness and cross- cultural exchange, engages in and enriches the multicultural mosaic, while helping community members in better integration into mainstream society. Cherishes Chinese values and heritage, fosters and enhance friendships among Chinese and other ethnic communities, contributes to the mutual understanding and appreciation of Chinese and other cultures, and enhances cultural exchange between China and Canada.
Youth program, After-School Activities, EAL Support Program/Language Classes, Cultural Enrichment/Preservation and Support Program, Women's Program, Social Enterprise Program/Scholarships/Education, Settlement Support Services/Access to Resources, Sports/Extracurricular Program, Employment Services.
2445 Waverley St.
Winnipeg Manitoba R3Y 1S3
Phone: (204) 256-1347
Youth program, EAL Support Program/Language Classes, Cultural Enrichment/Preservation and Support Program, Settlement Support Services/Access to Resources, Sports/Extracurricular Program, Employment Services.
677 Selkirk Ave
Youth program, EAL Support Program/Language Classes, Women's Program, Settlement Support Services/Access to Resources, Sports/Extracurricular Program, Employment Services.
1001 Pacific Ave, Brandon,
MB R7A 0J2
Phone: (204) 727-6031
Settlement Support Services/Access to Resources. Dedicated to advocate, represent and absorb refugees of the Yazidi minority in Canada. The Yazidis are a persecuted religious minority from northern Iraq and from around the world