Trans Lifeline volunteers are ready to respond to whatever support needs members of our community might have.
Should you have a website, a hotline, a testing locator, treatment information, etc.
you’d like to suggest we include on these pages, please let us know!
You can call or drop by any of the counselling resources.
You can also call any of the phone lines, which are totally free and confidential. The people you talk to will listen to what you have to say and try to help you out.
Click the “Youth” tab on the left side of page for Youth specific information. – Information on pregnancy prevention, pregnancy options (abortion, adoption, parenting), and pre-natal care.
Youth can call their 24 hour information and referral line toll free at, 1-888-642-2725. ca/fs/childfam/adoption – Adoption information from Family Services Manitoba.
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If you need advice or just want to talk to someone, check out the counselling, Teen Clinic or phone lines sections.
– Men working to end violence against women – Parenting info for new dads ca – Sexuality Education Resource Centre Manitoba (SERC) provides specialized sexuality and intercultural training and consultation for education, health and social service professionals and parents. 1-800, 1-888, 1-877 , 1-866 and 1-855 numbers are FREE to call. Edmund Partridge Community School (.) 7oaks.org/Programs/KYAC/Pages/Maples Youth Activity Centre (204) 471-6922 1520 Jefferson Ave. ~ Resources for youth (29 and under) who have left home. Open 365 days a year and 24 hours on weekends and school holidays. YMCA/YWCA Five locations ~ Lots of programming for youth ages 12 and up.
– Canadian Federation for Sexual Health works to improve access to sexual and reproductive health services, education, abortion and contraception with a specific emphasis on youth. – Information on HIV and HEP C as well as a free ordering centre for resources. Klinic Crisis Line – 1-888-322-3019 or (204) 786-8686 (24 hours) Provides counselling, support and information for people in crisis or distress. ~ Youth programming for immigrant and refugee youth. needsinc.ca/our-programs/Kildonan Youth Activity Centre (204) 223-2639 Four locations~ Drop-in youth programming. /70 Doubleday Drive~ Drop-in youth programming for ages 10-16. 7oaks.org/Programs/myac/Pages/Resource Assistance for Youth, Inc. Emergency help, food/clothing banks, computers, housing resources and more. Downtown (301 Vaughan St.) ~ (204) 947-3044 North Y Centre (363 Mc Gregor St.) ~ (204) 989-4109 Elmwood-Kildonan (454 Kimberly Ave.) ~ (204) 668-8140 South (5 Fermor Ave.) ~ (204) 233-3476 West Portage (3550 Portage Ave.) ~ (204) 889-8052 Some programs may require a membership.
However, they may be more likely to hone in on issues more quickly, using whatever intuitive skills they have.