Our Winnipeg MEP office relocated on April 27, 2013. This will affect you if you make family support payments in person at our office.
New mailing address: Maintenance Enforcement Program, Canada Building,
100-352 Donald Street, Winnipeg, MB, R3B 2H8
Payment options include:
MEP does not accept personal cheques.
The Maintenance Enforcement Program (MEP) is authorized by The Family Maintenance Act to administer the spousal and child support obligations under the terms of a Court Order or Agreement. Once an Order or Agreement has been registered with the Program, maintenance payments that the Payor/Debtor would normally remit directly to the Payee/Creditor must be sent to the Program. The Program processes the payment, maintains an accounting record of the payment(s) and forwards the payment to the payee/creditor.
The Maintenance Enforcement Program is set up to monitor and enforce Court Orders and Separation Agreements requiring payment of maintenance support to ensure the well-being of children and other dependents.
The Payee/Creditor is the person receiving the support payments. The Payor/Debtor is the person paying the support.
If you require specific file information, please contact the MEP at
Payors/Debtors and Payees/Creditors can access the MEP Information Line (MEPLine) by calling 204-945-7133 in Winnipeg or toll-free access anywhere in Manitoba by calling 1-866-479-2717. You must have your seven digit MEP account number and your personal identification number (PIN) to access information from the MEPLine.
Our central processing (main) office is located at 100-352 Donald Street, Winnipeg MB R3B 2H8. Our telephone number is 204-945-7133 and/or 1-866-479-2717 toll-free in Manitoba. The phone lines are extremely busy. Whenever possible, we recommend writing us a letter or sending a facsimile to us at 204-945-5449.
Maintenance Enforcement Program Facts
A series of program fact sheets to answer your most commonly asked questions
1: How to Register with the Maintenance Enforcement
2: Making Payments
3: Responsibilities of the Payee/Creditor
4: Responsibilities of the Payor/Debtor – Making Support Payments
5: Responsibilities of the Maintenance Enforcement Program
6: When the Payor/Debtor or the Payee/Creditor live outside of Manitoba
7: Employment and Income Assistance (EIA) and Assigned Maintenance
8: Confidentiality & Privacy Protection
9: If you have a Compliment or Complaint
The Maintenance Enforcement Program is set up to monitor and enforce court orders and separation agreements requiring payment of maintenance support to ensure the well-being of children and other dependents. If you are a payor, visit this site to learn more about making maintenance support payments.
The Maintenance Enforcement Program is set up to monitor and enforce court orders and separation agreements requiring payment of maintenance support to ensure the well-being of children and other dependents. If you are a recipient, visit this site to learn more about receiving maintenance support payments.