Mental Health

Mental Health crisis information

If you are having an immediate mental health crisis, please contact a crisis line or service for support

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Sometimes, despite our best efforts, we find ourselves in circumstances out of our control. If you or someone you know has a mental health issue, help is available. For immediate assistance, please call one of the crisis lines or call 9-1-1.

Mental health is a term that refers to each and every one of us and relates to one's emotional and psychological well-being. Mental health affects 100% of Manitobans.

Mental health and wellness is much more than the absence of a mental illness. Having good mental health means having a positive sense of well-being, as well as a belief in our own (and others') dignity and worth.

The concept of 'recovery' in mental health refers to living a satisfying, hopeful, and contributing life, even when a person may be experiencing ongoing symptoms of a mental health problem or illness. Recovery journeys build on individual, family, cultural, and community strengths and can be supported by many types of services, supports, and treatments.

This site provides a general overview of the available mental health services in Manitoba, from both the formal medical system, as well as non-profit community mental health agencies.

For more information about the non-crisis mental health services available in your community, please contact your local Regional Health Authority mental health program, and through the information and services below: