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Help for Men

Family violence affects both women and men. While research shows women are more likely to be victims of family violence, men can be victims too.

What resources and services are available for men?

It can be embarrassing for men to admit they are being abused. But it happens to men, and it’s important to realize you are not alone. There is help available.
 
These services help men and their children who are living with family violence:
 
Men’s Resource Centre of Manitoba 204-415-6797 (Winnipeg)
Building Bridges Program 204-726-8706 (Brandon)
Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata 204-925-0300 (Winnipeg)
Klinic 204-786-8686 (Winnipeg)
1-888-322-3019 (toll free)
Men are Part of the Solution (MAPS) 204-778-6040 (Thompson)

Without help, abusive relationships only get WORSE.

Help is available

Contact one of the resources (see link below) for more information and find out how to create your own protection plan. If you are in an abusive relationship, or you know someone who may be, call 1-877-977-0007.

If you are in immediate danger, call 911

 

 
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