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Programming and Services

Mountain View School Division

Address        

Box 715, SE 18-25-19W Hwy 5 & 10 West

Dauphin, MB R7N 3B3

Phone

204-638-3001

Website

http://www.mvsd.ca/

Clients           

Lt. Col. Baker VC School: Kindergarten to Grade 5

Henderson Elementary School: Kindergarten to Grade 5

Ecole Macneill School: Kindergarten to Grade 5 French Immersion

Smith Jackson Ukrainian Bilingual School: Kindergarten to Grade 5

Whitmore School: Kindergarten to Grade 5

Mackenzie Middle School: Grade 6 to Grade 8

Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School: Grade 9 to Grade 12

Programs      

Reading Recovery: An intervention program designed for Grade 1 students, who struggle with reading and writing, to provide one-on-one instruction by a specially trained teacher.

Community Transitions: A collaborative school-family-community program where the school team works together with the families of students with exceptional learning needs and community partners to develop programming that is responsive to the lifelong learning, social and emotional needs of the students.

Alternative Education: Alternative Programs are alternative learning environments focused on addressing the academic, social, and behavioral needs of students who are at-risk of dropping out of school due to a variety of issues. Alternative Programs offer programs for each student based on their strengths and needs which will help in developing a stronger sense of self identity, self-esteem and motivation to be productive citizens. 

Preschool Programming: The preschool program focuses on play, language, fine and gross motor skills, literacy, numeracy and music. The programming provided is developmentally appropriate to enhance readiness for Kindergarten. Children between the ages of three and four years of age are invited to attend with a supervising adult (parent, grandparent or babysitter).

 

Services        

Youth Support Workers: Work closely with school teams to engage students and families with the school community. They work directly with students to promote the importance of education in addition to building relationships with parents.

School Social Worker: The role of the School Social Worker is to help students and families make the best use of available opportunities and resources and to fully develop each student's individual potential. In addition, the School Social Worker assists students in problem solving and conflict resolution in a safe and healthy manner.

 

Indigenous Education Facilitator: The Indigenous Education Facilitator works with schools to support the academic achievement of Indigenous learners and to increase the sense of belonging and well-being of Indigenous students and families through supporting schools and communities.

 

Learning to Age 18 Facilitator: Works with students who are disengaged from school to either reengage the student in the school community or to facilitate opportunities for the student to attain employability skills. The Learning to Age 18 Facilitator will work with the student and family to address barriers to learning, develop job-search skills and to develop essential skills and work habits.

Dauphin Multi-Purpose Senior Centre

Address        

55 -1st Avenue SE, Dauphin, MB R7N 2A2

Phone       

204-638-6485             

Website         

www.dauphinseniors.com

 

Clients           

Older adults (55+) and individuals with disabilities    

 

Hours       

Monday – Friday 9am to 5pm closed for lunch 12 to 1pm

 

Programs      

Congregate meal program Monday through Friday

Exercises                                            Scrabble

Quilting                                                Snooker

Floor Curling/Floor Shuffleboard        Cards

Community Chorus                             Dances

Dinner & Movie                                   Computers

Lending Library                                   Lending Puzzles

Services                    

LifeLine                                              

Filling out Forms                                

Step Safe

E.R.I.K.

Advocacy       

Resource information

Free Income Tax preparation (eligibility criteria)

Arthritis Support                                 

Mood Disorder Support

Grief Support 

Wellness Group (monthly)

Arthritis Society Meeting (monthly)   

Dauphin Friendship Centre

Address

210 - 1ST AVENUE N.E. R7N 1A7     

           

Phone Number

204-638-5707

 

Community Services and Programs

Parenting Program

Nobody’s Perfect/Triple P, Daddy n Me and Ready or Not are parenting programs that the Friendship Centre is offering at present.  These programs focus on improving parent’s skills by providing information in many areas including child behavior, discipline, safety, feelings, Fetal Alcohol Disorder, drug/alcohol prevention, communication, and consequences.

Community Liaison

Our worker provides free services to clients who require assistance with problematic situations, but don’t have any other agencies who can assist them.  We advocate with government and non-government agencies to ensure the clients rights and concerns are being addressed and upheld, advocate for and refer clients to agencies such as Income Security, Service Canada, RCMP, Child and Family Services, Landlord and Tenancy Branch, Mental Health, Medical Services, Band Offices, etc.  We also assist clients in completing forms for government and non-government agencies, and work with clients in crisis management and developing problem solving skills.

Baby’S R Us - Healthy Baby

Offers support and informal learning opportunities once a month for expecting parents or parents with children less than one year of age.  The program covers topics in areas such as prenatal and infant nutrition, parenting, health, breastfeeding, budgeting, healthy meal planning and cooking, newborn care, fetal alcohol awareness, child development, family planning, smoking cessation, and other areas as requested by the participants.  This program is funded through Healthy Child Manitoba.

Coats for Kids Program

We accept donations of gently used or new coats for area children.  These coats are available to the public in our front lobby area starting in late October, with the program wrapping up in early December.  The remaining coats that are not used are distributed to youth in outlying communities.  Each year we see many youth who benefit from having a new jacket to wear.  We also receive coats meant for adults, and forward these on to one of our community partners for them to distribute.

Christmas Programs

We offer a free Family Christmas party with crafts, games, and a nutritious snack to our membership.  Children also get the chance to visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus, and receive a small bag of goodies from them.  December also is the time when we have an annual Christmas Dinner and Dry Dance.  This event is open to all adults and features a complete Christmas supper served by DFC staff and volunteers.  After supper, the crowd can dance the night away to live old time music including everyone’s favorite waltzes, polkas, and square dance songs.

Christmas Hamper and Angel Tree Programs

In partnership with our local food bank and the Catholic Women’s League, the Dauphin Friendship Centre helps coordinate the collection of food and gifts for distribution in the Christmas hampers.  We set up an Angel Tree in our local mall that allows community members to donate a gift for a child that are then put into the hampers.  We pack and distribute hampers of food to families that might otherwise not have a Christmas meal during the holidays.

Dauphin’s RIDE (Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere) Program

Using volunteers and community donations, this program seeks to eliminate the need for anyone to think they need to drink and drive during the holiday season.  People can phone the Friendship Centre if they have had too much to drink, and volunteers will go and drive the clients and their vehicles home.  The program operates every Friday and Saturday for the month of December, and takes people home during this time.  It has reduced the incidents of impaired driving and the risk of accidents in our community and surrounding area.  This program is operated entirely by volunteers who often are working until past 3:00 in the morning driving people home during some of the coldest nights of the year.

Fine Option Program

In partnership with Community and Youth Corrections, clients are allowed to work off fines and Community Service orders at the Dauphin Friendship Centre.  Clients in this program gain valuable work experience doing tasks around the Friendship Centre and at other organizations in our community.

Community Access Program

For those who do not have access to the internet at home, the Dauphin Friendship Centre offers free computer access during our regular business hours Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.

We offer many other smaller programs and services to the public that are appreciated by our clients.  These include use of our telephones for local calls, free wifi, faxing for employment and health reasons, photocopying, and free coffee.

Emergency Assistance Program

We offer an Emergency Assistance program for those who have missed the food bank days or are in need of other assistance.  We will provide food assistance and if funds allow provide assistance with travel (especially medical) for those who can’t find funds from elsewhere.  This is paid for with our fundraising dollars, and clients are often referred to other agencies for their complete needs.

Dauphin Friendship Centre Housing

Our present units can house single people, couples, and smaller families of up to four people.  To date we have acquired 35 housing units.

Evening Program

Every Monday we provide programming free to adults in our back hall area.  The type of activity varies, but includes, craft classes, cooking classes, scrap booking, jewelry making, soap/candle making and painting classes.  Classes focus on teaching new skills that will improve participant’s lives and teach them new skills they can use in the home and workforce. 

Cultural Education  

DFC staff offer many culturally related workshops to area organizations to promote Aboriginal inclusion in the workforce, and highlight the values of Indigenous culture.  We take groups to pick medicines, participate in cultural events, host cultural activities, and have a variety of staff and volunteers who believe in promoting their culture and traditional values.

Read with Me Program

The Read With Me Program is designed for families that have children up to the age of 5 years of age living within the City or Rural Municipality of Dauphin.  Each child registered will receive a bag with age appropriate books, a children’s music CD, as well as other toys meant to increase their love of reading and writing.  There are three age categories for the bags; zero to two years of age, two to four years of age, and four to five years of age.  Once a child moves into the next age category they can come into the Friendship Centre and get their next bag of free books.  Also included is information on other children related organizations and services in our community.

Prairie Mountain Health Aboriginal Recruitment Program

Offering services in our Friendship Centre, our local regional health authority encourages Aboriginal workers to work in the health field in our local communities.  This program offers support and services for clients to obtain employment, services to employees to enhance their existing skills, or information for those attending/returning to school to learn new skills.  They also promote health field career opportunities to local youth attending high school.

Youth Programming

We provided a safe place for youth to come and participate in programs as well as a place for positive social interaction.  Youth are involved in activities and programs such as, social evenings, movie nights, ping pong and pool tournaments, cooking classes and other indoor and outdoor activities.  Education and recreational activities are promoted, with the program providing all costs associated with these activities for free.  The youth centre is open to youth ages 10 to 24 and provides them with a safe, friendly atmosphere and a chance to participate in activities they might not otherwise have access to.  We encourage youth to take an active role in community events.

Parent Child Program

The Parent Child Program works with children 6 to 12 and encourages programming to address nutrition, literacy and positive growth for pre-teens.  Our program encourages parents to spend time with their children learning things such as cooking, crafts, computer, social, and communication skills in a non-threatening environment.  The program is offered as an after school activity thus also assisting parents whose children do not have a place to go until the parent is finished work for the day.  We provide free snacks, structured activities, as well as free transportation for activities not occurring in our Youth and Family Centre.                                                                                                    

We also promote music and culture by offering youth free lessons including, square dancing, guitar lessons, and fiddling programs.

Free Youth Summer Camp Program

The Friendship Centre offers a free summer camp program every year starting at the beginning of July.  Our camp counselors offer free programming for youth age six to twelve.  There are themed weeks and different activities that both entertain and educate youth. We take them on trips to explore our community and surrounding areas including Riding Mountain National Park.

At all the camps they play sports, swim, make crafts, learn about different cultures, and do all the things youth like to do.         

Scholarships and Bursaries

The Friendship Centre encourages our youth to pursue post-secondary education, and do this with the presentation of our annual bursaries and scholarship.  All students graduating from the 9 area high schools are eligible to apply for awards.  The Laverne Morrisseau Scholarship is worth $1,000, and we also give four $500 bursaries to students who have been involved in their community and are in need of financial assistance in order to attend post-secondary education.  The Friendship Centre also supports two awards at our local college for their Extended Program and Early Childhood Education courses.

Laverne Morrisseau Adult Education Centre 

The Laverne Morrisseau Adult Education Centre provides basic adult upgrading and literacy skill development.  Using the Stages program, student’s progress at their own speed, and work towards future goals such as employment, going to post-secondary education, or being able to assist their families with their newly learned skills.  The Literacy Program provides adults with a safe comfortable environment to learn the educational skills that they need to make positive changes in their lives.

Little Steps Head Start Family Program

This Aboriginal Head Start program is funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada and sponsored by the Dauphin Friendship Centre.  Our project focuses on culture and language, health, nutrition, education, social supports and parental involvement.  The program is offered to off reserve First Nation, Métis, Inuit, and Non-Aboriginal families.  Our program is licensed through Family Services and Housing for 20 nursery spaces and is offered at no cost to the families with transportation and snack provided for free.

Dauphin At-Risk Teen (DART) Program

Address        

210 1st Avenue North East

Dauphin, MB   R7N 1A7

 

Phone

204 638 4882 (Confidential voicemail)

 

Website https://startmodelprograms.ca/     Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Clients      

Clients are high-risk youth residing in the City of Dauphin and the surrounding area. Individuals should be:

  • Between the ages of 11 and 21 years old and arrangements for transition beyond age 21 will be taken into consideration on a case by case basis.
  • Involved with the RCMP and Community & Youth Corrections or considered to be at high risk for becoming involved with either.
  • Involved with any three agencies such as RCMP, AFM, Mental Health, School, Probations, or a CFS agency.

DART is a consent-based program and a referral is required. Referrals can be made by any community agency and available through the program coordinator. We also accept self-referrals as well as referrals from parents and legal guardians.

 

Hours

Monday - Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Programs

  • Provide coordination of interagency case planning, advocacy and counselling,
  • Assist with obtaining personal identification,
  • Assist with some school or employment related costs,

 

Services

DART is a multiagency program that targets youth with complex challenges and involvement with multiple social service agencies.

  • DART implements a network of supports for each client and provide coordinated services from the social service agencies involved.
  • DART uses a Youth Centred Approach in which supports and interventions are designed with the youth’s unique strengths and challenges in mind.
  • DART utilizes team-based planning and intervention stages that promote collaboration and communication between team members, clients, family and community supports.
InSight Program

Address        

210 1st Avenue North East

Dauphin, MB   R7N 1A7

Phone

204-572-0516

 

Clients            For women

  • who are 18 years or older
  • are pregnant (or up to 12 months postpartum and used alcohol or drugs during pregnancy)
  • are not well-connected to community resources

Hours             Monday thru Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30pm

Programs       The InSight Program is a unique, three-year service that provides intensive case management, support and advocacy for women.

  • InSight is a FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) prevention program.
  • InSight is a woman-centred approach with a harm-reduction philosophy using trauma-informed care, culturally safe practices and support for mothering.
  • InSight provides advocacy for income and social assistance; child-custody or care issues; the criminal justice system; and the health care system.

Services         InSight helps women access

  • housing,
  • transportation,
  • prenatal care,
  • parenting support,
  • spiritual and cultural teaching,
  • harm-reduction services,
  • drug or alcohol treatment,
  • family planning,
  • services that address domestic abuse, trauma and violence
Employment and Income Assistance

Address        

309 27 2nd Ave S.W.

Dauphin

 

Phone  

622-2035

 

Program  

The Employment and Income Assistance program provides income support for citizens of Manitoba who are in need. This applies to single adults, single parents, families and people with disabilities. More information can be found on the Province Of Manitoba website, or call the Dauphin office at 204-622-2035.

Rowan Tree Therapy Services

Address        

1022 Main St S, Dauphin, MB

Phone

204-701-7000

 

Email             

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Clients            All ages

 

Hours

Monday – Friday 10am – 9pm (scheduled)

Services        

Services are available for children, adolescents, adults and families and are tailored to each unique individual. Approaches and strategies that are helpful that may be included in a treatment plan: trauma-informed therapy, play therapy/theraplay, cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, emotionally focused therapy, motivational interviewing, strengths based counseling.

The Men’s Shed

Address

220 Whitmore Avenue Dauphin, MB (Parkland Crossing)

Phone

204-402-0488 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Clients           

Senior Men

Hours

Wednesday at 2pm

 

Services         Gathering space where men can regularly socialize, make friends, converse, share skills, network and find companionship with the primary purpose. 

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

Address        

404 1st Ave NE Dauphin, MB

Phone

204-622-2021

Fax

204-638-6077

 

Email

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Website

www.afm.mb.ca

 

Clients           

  • Youth, Adults and Families who are impacted by drugs, alcohol or gambling

 

Hours

Monday - Friday 8:30 - 4:30 (Closed for lunch from 12-12:45)
Closed on Statutory Holidays

 

Programs      

  • Addictions Knowledge Exchange Center and Resource Collection – up-to date and reliable information on addiction and related issues available free of charge and open to the public, located in Winnipeg and accessible through our website
  • Professional Development (Courses) – instruction about essential topics related to addiction for helping professionals, resource people, students and the general public. Most courses run over 2-3 days and require registration which includes a fee
  • Public Education and Workshops – invite AFM to your organization or school to provide information on various topics related to alcohol, drugs and gambling
  • Impaired Driver Program – assessment and programming that aims to prevent future impaired driving offences. *There is a fee for this program*

Services        

All services are voluntary and confidential

  • Intake and Assessment – initial meeting to explore what programming or services may be most beneficial to the individual. Goals can include working towards abstinence or harm reduction in relation to drugs, alcohol and/or gambling
  • Community Based Counselling – for individuals who want to access support without attending a live-in program. Includes regular appointments for ongoing support from a Community Addictions Worker
  • Residential Programming (short term, live-in, intensive treatment) – five adult facilities and one youth facility throughout the province. Abstinence based programming that includes individual and group counselling, discussion groups, lectures and videos
  • Family Programming – support for families and friends of those who are dealing with issues related to drugs, alcohol or gambling
Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba

Peer Support Worker for Parkland Region: Melanie Balanyk

Email

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Phone        

Parkland Crisis Phone Line: 866-367-3276

                                                                                   

Website      

http://www.mooddisordersmanitoba.ca/regions/parkland/ and www.mooddisordersmanitoba.ca

           

Clients           

Open to adults living with a mental health concern

 

Programs      

Open discussion regarding mental health and wellness

Services

The Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba is a self-help organization dedicated to provide support, education and advocacy for those living with mood disorders and co-occurring disorders or other mental health issues.  We provide education and awareness to the communities in our region with presentations on Mood disorders, Suicide Awareness, Mental Health in the Workplace, Mental health and seniors and youth, Mental health and addictions. 

Peer Connections Manitoba

Phone   

204-786-1616  

Peer Support Worker, Eleanor Snitka: 431-345-0353

Peer Support Worker, Meagan

Peer Support Worker, Michael

Peer Support Worker, Michelle

Peer Support Worker, Shawna

                                               

Website         

https://peerconnectionsmb.ca

 

Email

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Services

  • Individual Peer Support
  • Online Voice Hearers’ Support Group – monthly on Wednesdays 3-4 PM
  • Online Peer Support Group – every Wednesday of the month 1-2:30 PM
  • Family Peer Support Services
  • Eight Stages of Healing
  • Online All IN Family Peer Support Group – every Wednesday of the month 7-9 PM (CDT)
  • Getting Rid of the “Shoulds”
  • Letting Go of the Shame and Embracing the Future/gifts
  • Mental Health Education
  • Hearing Voices that are Distressing (simulated workshop)
  • Family Recovery Journey
  • Name That Feeling
  • Understanding Schizophrenia
Dauphin & District Food Bank Society Inc.

Address        

220 Whitmore Avenue, Dauphin, MB

 

Phone

204-638-7853

 

Website     

Face Book

 

Clients           

People in need of emergency food supplies

 

Hours

Intake every second Thursday 5 to 8 pm (See Face Book for dates)

 

Services  

Three day emergency food supply

Parkland Crisis & Women’s Centre

Address        

2 Hedderly St, Dauphin, MB R7N 3M2

 

Phone

Crisis Line: (204) 638-9484 (available all the time – day or night, every day of the week)

Provincial Crisis Line: 1-877-977-0007 (available all the time)

Business Line: (204) 622-4626

 

Website     

http://parklandcrisiscentre.ca

 

Clients           

Women (and their children) experiencing domestic or family violence

 

Programs      

The Parkland Crisis Centre services are designed specifically for women (and their children) who are experiencing abuse by intimate partners or other family members.

We provide:

  • 24-hour Crisis Line
  • Emergency shelter in Dauphin for women (and their children) leaving family violence situations
  • One to one and group counselling (referrals, walk-ins or by appointment)
  • Follow-up services
  • Advocacy and links to community supports
  • Outreach and prevention services

What you can Expect: 

  • Protective housing, with a private confidential address
  • Services at no charge to you
  • Shared living with other women with similar experiences
  • All meals and snacks provided
  • Clean bed, linens and towels
  • On-site laundry facilities
  • Counselling 24/7 - supportive and confidential
  • Support groups
  • Safety Planning
  • Protection Order Designates (PODS) to assist with Protection Orders
  • Information and education around Domestic/Family Violence and other resources
Regional Connections Immigrant Services

Address        

30 1 Ave NE, Dauphin, MB R7N 1A4

 

Phone

204-647-0693

 

Website     

https://regionalconnections.ca/

 

Services  

Renional Connections Immigrant Services provides free settlement, orientation and language services for newcomers to Canada.  Whether you arrived recently or years ago, we are here to help. We can also provide support with employment opportunities for job seekers and employers. Funded by Immigration Citizenship and Refugees Canada (IRCC) and the Province of Manitoba, our office is part of a network of settlement programs located across the province. 

We provide:

  • Information and Orientation
  • Settlement Planning
  • Employment Support and Referrals
  • English classes
  • Community Connections

Children and Youth

Manitoba Child Care Search

https://www.manitoba.ca/education/childcare/mccs/

Dauphin School Age Day Care Inc.

Address

Barker School

1516 Bond St, Dauphin, MB R7N 0K4

Phone

204-638-8260

Hours

Before school (7:30—8:30 a.m.)

After school (3:30—6:30 p.m.)

Full days for kindergarten preschool children when not in school

In-service days

Christmas break

Spring Break

Summer (7:30 a.m.—6:30 p.m.)

Extended hours may be available.

Earlier/later MAY be an option.

Services

Dauphin School Age Day Care Inc. is a non-profit, incorporated, charitable organization within the Early Learning and Child Care Program in Manitoba.  As a government licensed and funded centre, we offer a high quality inclusive program. Licensed for 38 children. Ages 5-12 years.

Four year olds in kindergarten may attend.

Mountain View School Division

Address        

Box 715, SE 18-25-19W Hwy 5 & 10 West

Dauphin, MB R7N 3B3

Phone

204-638-3001

Website

http://www.mvsd.ca/

Clients           

Lt. Col. Baker VC School: Kindergarten to Grade 5

Henderson Elementary School: Kindergarten to Grade 5

Ecole Macneill School: Kindergarten to Grade 5 French Immersion

Smith Jackson Ukrainian Bilingual School: Kindergarten to Grade 5

Whitmore School: Kindergarten to Grade 5

Mackenzie Middle School: Grade 6 to Grade 8

Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School: Grade 9 to Grade 12

Programs      

Reading Recovery: An intervention program designed for Grade 1 students, who struggle with reading and writing, to provide one-on-one instruction by a specially trained teacher.

Community Transitions: A collaborative school-family-community program where the school team works together with the families of students with exceptional learning needs and community partners to develop programming that is responsive to the lifelong learning, social and emotional needs of the students.

Alternative Education: Alternative Programs are alternative learning environments focused on addressing the academic, social, and behavioral needs of students who are at-risk of dropping out of school due to a variety of issues. Alternative Programs offer programs for each student based on their strengths and needs which will help in developing a stronger sense of self identity, self-esteem and motivation to be productive citizens. 

Preschool Programming: The preschool program focuses on play, language, fine and gross motor skills, literacy, numeracy and music. The programming provided is developmentally appropriate to enhance readiness for Kindergarten. Children between the ages of three and four years of age are invited to attend with a supervising adult (parent, grandparent or babysitter).

 

Services        

Youth Support Workers: Work closely with school teams to engage students and families with the school community. They work directly with students to promote the importance of education in addition to building relationships with parents.

 

School Social Worker: The role of the School Social Worker is to help students and families make the best use of available opportunities and resources and to fully develop each student's individual potential. In addition, the School Social Worker assists students in problem solving and conflict resolution in a safe and healthy manner.

 

Indigenous Education Facilitator: The Indigenous Education Facilitator works with schools to support the academic achievement of Indigenous learners and to increase the sense of belonging and well-being of Indigenous students and families through supporting schools and communities.

 

Learning to Age 18 Facilitator: Works with students who are disengaged from school to either reengage the student in the school community or to facilitate opportunities for the student to attain employability skills. The Learning to Age 18 Facilitator will work with the student and family to address barriers to learning, develop job-search skills and to develop essential skills and work habits.

Dauphin Friendship Centre

Address

210 - 1ST AVENUE N.E. R7N 1A7     

           

Phone Number

204-638-5707

Community Services and Programs

Dauphin at Risk Teens (DART) Program

Working together with families we offer support services for teens who are involved with multiple agencies (RCMP, child welfare, Addictions Foundation, Mental Health, etc.) within our community.  The program brings together the organizations to ensure the teen and their family supports are receiving the necessary help to assist them to overcome their issues.  It also offers teens a neutral person to discuss their issues with and someone who can advocate on their behalf.

Insight Mentoring

Insight Mentoring is an evidence-based, 3-year intensive support program for women in the community and surrounding areas.   We provide; case management, advocacy, and support to women who are pregnant or post-par-tum up to a year, who are 18 years and older, who are using substances, and who are not well connected to services in the community.   This harm-reduction program helps women; access housing, transportation, prenatal, post-natal and parenting support, drug/alcohol treatment, family planning, cultural teachings, services that address domestic abuse, trauma and violence, and other resources.   We provide advocacy for income assistance, the health care system, and the justice system and child care/custody.   We use a client (woman) centered approach, with a focus on empowering women so that they can set goals that they wish to achieve.   Insight Mentoring is a Healthy Child Manitoba program.

Parenting Program

Nobody’s Perfect/Triple P, Daddy n Me and Ready or Not are parenting programs that the Friendship Centre is offering at present.  These programs focus on improving parent’s skills by providing information in many areas including child behavior, discipline, safety, feelings, Fetal Alcohol Disorder, drug/alcohol prevention, communication, and consequences.

Community Liaison

Our worker provides free services to clients who require assistance with problematic situations, but don’t have any other agencies who can assist them.  We advocate with government and non-government agencies to ensure the clients rights and concerns are being addressed and upheld, advocate for and refer clients to agencies such as Income Security, Service Canada, RCMP, Child and Family Services, Landlord and Tenancy Branch, Mental Health, Medical Services, Band Offices, etc.  We also assist clients in completing forms for government and non-government agencies, and work with clients in crisis management and developing problem solving skills.

Baby’S R Us - Healthy Baby

Offers support and informal learning opportunities once a month for expecting parents or parents with children less than one year of age.  The program covers topics in areas such as prenatal and infant nutrition, parenting, health, breastfeeding, budgeting, healthy meal planning and cooking, newborn care, fetal alcohol awareness, child development, family planning, smoking cessation, and other areas as requested by the participants.  This program is funded through Healthy Child Manitoba.

Coats for Kids Program

We accept donations of gently used or new coats for area children.  These coats are available to the public in our front lobby area starting in late October, with the program wrapping up in early December.  The remaining coats that are not used are distributed to youth in outlying communities.  Each year we see many youth who benefit from having a new jacket to wear.  We also receive coats meant for adults, and forward these on to one of our community partners for them to distribute.

Christmas Programs

We offer a free Family Christmas party with crafts, games, and a nutritious snack to our membership.  Children also get the chance to visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus, and receive a small bag of goodies from them.  December also is the time when we have an annual Christmas Dinner and Dry Dance.  This event is open to all adults and features a complete Christmas supper served by DFC staff and volunteers.  After supper, the crowd can dance the night away to live old time music including everyone’s favorite waltzes, polkas, and square dance songs.

Christmas Hamper and Angel Tree Programs

In partnership with our local food bank and the Catholic Women’s League, the Dauphin Friendship Centre helps coordinate the collection of food and gifts for distribution in the Christmas hampers.  We set up an Angel Tree in our local mall that allows community members to donate a gift for a child that are then put into the hampers.  We pack and distribute hampers of food to families that might otherwise not have a Christmas meal during the holidays.

Read with Me Program

The Read With Me Program is designed for families that have children up to the age of 5 years of age living within the City or Rural Municipality of Dauphin.  Each child registered will receive a bag with age appropriate books, a children’s music CD, as well as other toys meant to increase their love of reading and writing.  There are three age categories for the bags; zero to two years of age, two to four years of age, and four to five years of age.  Once a child moves into the next age category they can come into the Friendship Centre and get their next bag of free books.  Also included is information on other children related organizations and services in our community.

Youth Programming

We provided a safe place for youth to come and participate in programs as well as a place for positive social interaction.  Youth are involved in activities and programs such as, social evenings, movie nights, ping pong and pool tournaments, cooking classes and other indoor and outdoor activities.  Education and recreational activities are promoted, with the program providing all costs associated with these activities for free.  The youth centre is open to youth ages 10 to 24 and provides them with a safe, friendly atmosphere and a chance to participate in activities they might not otherwise have access to.  We encourage youth to take an active role in community events.

Parent Child Program

The Parent Child Program works with children 6 to 12 and encourages programming to address nutrition, literacy and positive growth for pre-teens.  Our program encourages parents to spend time with their children learning things such as cooking, crafts, computer, social, and communication skills in a non-threatening environment.  The program is offered as an after school activity thus also assisting parents whose children do not have a place to go until the parent is finished work for the day.  We provide free snacks, structured activities, as well as free transportation for activities not occurring in our Youth and Family Centre.                                                                                                    

We also promote music and culture by offering youth free lessons including, square dancing, guitar lessons, and fiddling programs.

Free Youth Summer Camp Program

The Friendship Centre offers a free summer camp program every year starting at the beginning of July.  Our camp counselors offer free programming for youth age six to twelve.  There are themed weeks and different activities that both entertain and educate youth. We take them on trips to explore our community and surrounding areas including Riding Mountain National Park.

At all the camps they play sports, swim, make crafts, learn about different cultures, and do all the things youth like to do.         

Scholarships and Bursaries

The Friendship Centre encourages our youth to pursue post-secondary education, and do this with the presentation of our annual bursaries and scholarship.  All students graduating from the 9 area high schools are eligible to apply for awards.  The Laverne Morrisseau Scholarship is worth $1,000, and we also give four $500 bursaries to students who have been involved in their community and are in need of financial assistance in order to attend post-secondary education.  The Friendship Centre also supports two awards at our local college for their Extended Program and Early Childhood Education courses.

Little Steps Head Start Family Program

This Aboriginal Head Start program is funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada and sponsored by the Dauphin Friendship Centre.  Our project focuses on culture and language, health, nutrition, education, social supports and parental involvement.  The program is offered to off reserve First Nation, Métis, Inuit, and Non-Aboriginal families.  Our program is licensed through Family Services and Housing for 20 nursery spaces and is offered at no cost to the families with transportation and snack provided for free.

Dauphin At-Risk Teen (DART) Program

Address        

210 1st Avenue North East

Dauphin, MB   R7N 1A7

 

Phone

204 638 4882 (Confidential voicemail)

 

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Clients      

Clients are high-risk youth residing in the City of Dauphin and the surrounding area. Individuals should be:

  • Between the ages of 11 and 21 years old and arrangements for transition beyond age 21 will be taken into consideration on a case by case basis.
  • Involved with the RCMP and Community & Youth Corrections or considered to be at high risk for becoming involved with either.
  • Involved with any three agencies such as RCMP, AFM, Mental Health, School, Probations, or a CFS agency.

DART is a consent-based program and a referral is required. Referrals can be made by any community agency and available through the program coordinator. We also accept self-referrals as well as referrals from parents and legal guardians.

 

Hours

Monday thru Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Programs

  • Provide coordination of interagency case planning, advocacy and counselling,
  • Assist with obtaining personal identification,
  • Assist with some school or employment related costs,

 

Services

DART is a multiagency program that targets youth with complex challenges and involvement with multiple social service agencies.

  • DART implements a network of supports for each client and provide coordinated services from the social service agencies involved.
  • DART uses a Youth Centred Approach in which supports and interventions are designed with the youth’s unique strengths and challenges in mind.
  • DART utilizes team-based planning and intervention stages that promote collaboration and communication between team members, clients, family and community supports.
InSight Program

Address        

210 1st Avenue North East

Dauphin, MB   R7N 1A7

Phone

204-572-0516

 

Clients            For women

  • who are 18 years or older
  • are pregnant (or up to 12 months postpartum and used alcohol or drugs during pregnancy)
  • are not well-connected to community resources

Hours             Monday thru Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30pm

Programs       The InSight Program is a unique, three-year service that provides intensive case management, support and advocacy for women.

  • InSight is a FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) prevention program.
  • InSight is a woman-centred approach with a harm-reduction philosophy using trauma-informed care, culturally safe practices and support for mothering.
  • InSight provides advocacy for income and social assistance; child-custody or care issues; the criminal justice system; and the health care system.

Services         InSight helps women access

  • housing,
  • transportation,
  • prenatal care,
  • parenting support,
  • spiritual and cultural teaching,
  • harm-reduction services,
  • drug or alcohol treatment,
  • family planning,
  • services that address domestic abuse, trauma and violence

Housing

Manitoba Housing

Address        

120 – 27 Second Avenue SW, Dauphin, MB

Phone  

204-622-2092

 

Website 

www.gov.mb.ca/housing

 

Clients 

People in need of affordable housing

 

Hours

8:30-4:30 M-F – closed 12-1

 

Programs      

Subsidized Housing

 

Services

Tenant Services Coordinators who work with applicants and tenants to find and maintain their housing, help with community committees in complexes to increase social interactions (bingos, entertainment, pot luck meals, community gardens, etc) and connect tenants with additional services as needed (home care, addictions support, mental health services, etc).

Parkland Crossing

Dauphin Church of Christ 2004, Inc, operating as “Parkland Crossing”

Address

220 Whitmore Avenue West

Box 70, Dauphin, MB R7N 2T9

Phone

P 204-638-3333         

                                               

Website

Facebook page

Clients           

Low income residents of dauphin and area

Hours

Office - Monday to Friday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Rentals Monday to Saturday, 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM, Sunday 1:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Programs      

Kidzone, gymnasium, family room, greenhouse

 

Services        

Affordable housing, foodbank, clothing giveaway, soup kitchen, counselling

Partnerships with: Unity – Women’s Maker Collective, the Man Shed, Dauphin Gymnastic Club, Second Level Boxing Club, Mom’s Morning Out, Alcoholics Anonymous

Dauphin Housing First

Northwest Metis Council Inc.

 

Address

138 1st Ave. SW, Dauphin, MB R7N 1S1

 

Phone

Phone: 204-638-9485

 

Website

www.dauphinhousingfirst.ca

 

Clients Open to all age groups

 

Hours 8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday

Programs

Housing First is an approach to ending homelessness that centers on providing people experiencing chronically and episodically homeless conditions with housing as quickly as possible – and then providing needed services.  This approach has the benefit of being consistent with what most people experiencing homelessness want and seek help to achieve.

Housing First programs share critical elements:

  • A focus on helping individuals and families access and sustain permanent rental housing as quickly as possible without time limits.
  • A variety of services delivered to promote housing stability and individual well-being on an as-needed basis.
  • A standard lease agreement to housing – as opposed to mandated therapy or services compliance

We provide additional services such as:

  • Life skills
  • Budgeting
  • Legal issues
  • Employment skills training, job search
  • Regular home visits with the client.

Contact

Brenda Winters – Housing First Coordinator             This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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ECHO Housing

Address

109-123 1st Ave SW, Dauphin, MB R7N 1S1

 

Phone

204 638-4097

 

Website

www.parkland.cmha.ca

 

Clients

Emergency Housing, low income housing, Transitional housing

 

Programs

Supported housing, peer support

 

Services

Supported housing, low income housing, transitional housing, emergency housing

Canadian Mental Health Association Swan Valley Branch (Parkland & The Pas Region)

Address

109-123 1st Ave SW, Dauphin, MB R7N 1S1

Phone

Dauphin Office 204 638-4097

E-mail

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Website

www.parkland.cmha.ca

Services

Portable Housing Benefit-rent supplement program

Self-help, peer support, transitional, low income, and emergency housing

Anicinabe Housing Corp.

Address

217 Main St. S, Dauphin, MB R7N 1K5

 

Phone

204 638-8927

 

Clients

Indigenous Housing

 

Services

Housing, Self-Help

Dauphin Friendship Centre Housing

Address

210 - 1ST Avenue N.E. R7N 1A7       

           

Phone Number

204-638-5707

Services

Our present units can house single people, couples, and smaller families of up to four people.

Training and Employment

Dauphin Friendship Centre Prairie Mountain Health Aboriginal Recruitment Program

Address

210 - 1ST Avenue N.E. R7N 1A7       

           

Phone Number

204-638-5707

Services

Offering services in our Friendship Centre, our local regional health authority encourages Aboriginal workers to work in the health field in our local communities.  This program offers support and services for clients to obtain employment, services to employees to enhance their existing skills, or information for those attending/returning to school to learn new skills.  They also promote health field career opportunities to local youth attending high school.

Workplace Education Manitoba (WEM)

Dauphin WEST Centre

Address        

Dauphin WEST Centre - 138-1st Ave. SW. Unit B. Dauphin

Phone

Stephanie Jaddock: 204-572-0063 or 204-629-2305

E-mail

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Website

www.wem.mb.ca

Clients           

Adults age 18+

Programs      

  • Essential Skills and upskilling, customized to individual needs
  • Career Launcher – 5 day pre-employment Essential Skills assessment & career exploration
  • Communication in the Workplace – 5 day program to support communication enhancements and understanding of workplace diversity
  • Essential Skills Indicator – 2.5 day program to support workplace readiness towards training
  • 3 hour assessments – variety of career specific assessments to support readiness into employment
  • Various workshop based workplace targeted training opportunities

Services        

  • Dauphin & Swan River WEST Centre Drop In Services – free Essential Skills upskilling for individuals
  • Various pre-employment and assessment-based programs run via Dauphin and Swan River WEST Centre on a regular basis throughout the year; programs may also be coordinated for community-based delivery
  • Customized workplace programs occur based on need and location throughout the region
Parkland Job Opportunity Centre (PJOC)

Address        

215 Main Street South

 

Phone

(204) 622-5627

 

Website

www.pjoc.mb.ca

 

Clients           

We provide services to people living in the Parkland region 18 years of age and older. 

 

Hours

Monday-Friday

8:30 AM – 4:30 PM (closed from noon – 1)

Services        

At Parkland Job Opportunity Centre we help job seekers living in the Parkland choose a career, write a resume, look for work and more.

 

Resume Development
It is important to have a resume that reflects your skills and abilities.  Through meeting

one-on-one with an Employment Advisor, we can assist you to create a customized resume. This is a great opportunity to create a resume that reflects what you have to offer to an employer.  We also provide information on what employers are looking for in a resume in our area. 

 

Job Search
In today’s job market, there are more opportunities than just what you see in the newspaper.  Come in and we can help you with your job search.  Learn how to create a job search list, navigate the Internet for job postings and how to approach employers who aren’t advertising.  Job search activities will assist you to expand your job search.   

 

Interview Preparation
Given the competitive job market of today, “winging it in an interview” is not good enough. Preparation is the key to a successful interview.  Employment Advisors can provide you with valuable insight and tools to assist you in preparing for an interview.  We offer tips on researching the position, identifying job related strengths, handling potential trouble questions and role-playing interviews.  This service will help you have a successful interview and
increase your chances of getting the job you want.

Career Exploration
The career exploration process helps people to explore their career interests.  If you are unsure where you are heading in the future or what type of job you want to pursue, this is the service for you.  In working with an Employment Advisor, you can explore careers through various activities that will help you to identify your skills, interests and abilities to find a job that matches you. 

Assiniboine Community College, Parkland Campus

Address        

520 Whitmore Avenue East, Dauphin, MB. Canada, MB R7N 2V5

Phone

204-622-222

                                               

Website

https://assiniboine.net/location/12/parkland-campus/location-details

Clients           

Community College Students (adults)

High School Dual-Credit Students (high school)

Hours

8:30 to 4:30 regular hours

6:00 to 10:00 evening hours

Programs      

Community College (Health & Human Services, Business & Technology, Agriculture & Environment, Trades & Access)

Transition to work

Mature Student High School

Business Administration

Carpentry and Woodworking

Comprehensive Health Care Aide

Early Childhood Education

Mature Student High School

Practical Nursing

Continuing Studies

Contract Trainings

Customized Training

 

Services        

Outreach

Parkland Campus is the only ALL certified ALC in the community (radius of 340 Kilometers) that provides high school credits. Emphasis is placed into presenting the ALC as a place where adults could complete their courses in an environment that is flexible and academically stimulating. 

Life and Career Planning 

As part of the intake process, the applicant meets with the Student Success Advisor for an initial consultation to discuss the direction that the learner would like to take

Financing 

The nature of families and economic conditions means that our learners continually struggle with funding issues. During the past year, we have continued to strengthen our partnerships with sponsoring agents.

Assessment of Learning Outcomes

The program uses all the assess strategies, Assessment for Learning, Assignment as Learning, and Assessment of Learning. All our courses are outlined using learning outcome language. Teaching and evaluation is centered on achieving these learning outcomes. 

Teaching

Learning Process - Our instructors are knowledgeable and professional. They use a variety of teaching and evaluation methods, ensuring appeal to a wide variety of learning styles.

Student Support Systems

Learners can access the student advisor to assist them in a number of academic and personal issues. When a student needs further assistance to deal with personal issues, appropriate referrals are made to other agencies.

Technology

In each classroom, ACC has invested in an instructor workstation and a Smartboard. Instructors use this technology to bring a number of resources into the classroom.

Strategic Partnerships

ACC Parkland Advisory Committee establishes and maintains collaborative partnerships between the college and the local community to identify the community needs and alert Parkland Campus to any community trends and upcoming opportunities.

Recognition of Prior Learning

The campus has the advising and assessing capacity to award credits (partial or full) to learners who can demonstrate they have achieved the outcomes of a high school course or courses through prior learning in other educational settings, work and/or life experiences. 

Aboriginal Focus

This year the college paid for a Visiting Elder Program for Parkland Campus. The campus has been able to hire an elder to visit us for one hour once a week (student support) to start, and be available for class presentations

Parkland Daycare Facility (Parkland Campus Kids Inc.)

Non-profit daycare is licensed for 28 preschoolers and 12 infants. Students get preferred access for their childcare needs. The centre is open weekdays from 7:30 am to 5 :00 pm and offers a hot lunch program, as well as two healthy snacks everyday. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Health

Dauphin Community Health Services

Address        

625 3rd St SW, Dauphin, MB, R7N 1R7

 

Phone      

Reception 204-638-2118

 

Website   

www.prairiemountainhealth.ca/public-health

Clients           

All Ages

Hours            

8:15am-4:30 pm, Monday-Friday

Programs      

  • Adult community mental health services
  • Cancer navigation
  • Child and adolescent mental health services
  • Child health services
  • Communicable disease control
  • Community postpartum
  • Diabetes/heart/chronic disease program
  • Families first
  • Grant funded services
  • Health promotion
  • Healthy beginnings/healthy baby
  • Immunization services
  • Infection prevention and control
  • Mental health services for the elderly
  • Mobile crisis services/phone service
  • Prenatal services
  • Proctor services
  • Sexual health
  • School health programs
Prairie Mountain Health Chronic Disease Education Program (CDEP)

Address        
Dauphin Community Health Services

625 3rd St SW, Dauphin, MB R7N 1R7

Phone
1-877-509-7852 Intake line (toll-free for access to anyone within PMH)                             

Website         
https://www.pmh-mb.ca/chronic-disease-education-program

Clients
The CDEP can help you learn skills and resources to manage your condition such as diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and others. We can help you set and reach your goals. The nurse and dietitian teams travel on a regular basis to various communities including First Nations throughout PMH.

Hours

Monday to Friday: 8:15am – 4:30pm


Group Education – Call toll-free line to register  

Group classes are hands-on and can help clients learn how to manage their condition.  Classes discuss topics such as diabetes, healthy eating, physical activity and Heart Health

Services        

Registered dietitian and registered nurse teams travel to various communities and First Nation communities throughout PMH to provide education and support for healthy lifestyle and skills to manage chronic health conditions.

 

Other Services

Dial-A-Dietitian (8 a.m.-6 p.m.)
1-877-830-2892

Health Links (Info Santé)
1-888-315-9257

Smokers Help Line
1-877-513-5333

Mobile Clinic
1-877-378-3077

Mental Health Crisis Response - Adult and Youth Crisis Line, (24/7)  

1-866-332-3030

Ste Rose Primary Health Care Centre

Address        

Box 149, 603- 1st Ave, Ste Rose, MB R0L 1S0

Phone

204-447-4080

 

Website

www.prairiemountainhealth.ca/ste-rose-primary-health-care-centre

Clients

Clients of all ages, across spectrum of care

Hours 

Monday-Friday 8:15-4:30 pm

 

Services

  • Home Care Service
  • Primary Health Care Services – chronic disease education program, health care promotion, nurse practitioner
  • Mental Health Services – adult, child/adolescent, seniors
  • Public Health Services – families first program, public health nurse
  • Itinerant Therapy Services – occupational therapy, speech therapy, physiotherapy
  • Telehealth
DRCSS Teen Clinic

Address        

Room 233

Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School (DRCSS)

330 Mountain Road, Dauphin, MB R7N 2V6

Phone

204-447-4080

 

Website

www.teenclinic.ca

Clients   

Drop in for all DRCSS students

 

Hours

3rd Thursday of each month (Sept-June)

9am-3:30pm  

Programs      

Teen Clinic- drop in for students only

 

Services

To provide free and confidential Health/Medical services for youth.  Students can access a Nurse Practitioner for any Health issue that students need to talk about or have checked out.

Services available at Teen Clinic:

  • Assessment of illness, need for diagnostic tests or referrals to other Health Practitioners
  • Counselling, Mental Health or addiction help
  • Info about all Birth Control options available
  • Free Condoms, Free/low cost birth control
  • Emergency contraception
  • STI/HIV testing
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Counselling on all 3 legal pregnancy options – Adoption, Parenting, Abortion
Dauphin Community Health Services Office

Address        

625-Third Street SW, Dauphin, MB  R7N 1R7

Phone

204-638-2118

                                               

Clients           

Babies, Youths, Adults, Seniors

Hours

Monday to Friday

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Programs      

Mental Health

Public Health

Home Care

Primary Care Outreach Program

CDEP – Chronic Disease Education Program

Services        

Mental health counselling

Suboxone Program

Diabetic Education

Immunizations

Families First Program

Home Care Program

Palliative Care Program

Cancer Care Navigation Services

Healthy Baby

Speech/Language

Super Thrifty Pharmacy

Address

224 Main Street N, Dauphin, MB  R7N 1C4

Phone

204-638-3702

Website

www.superthrifty.com

Clients

All ages

Hours

Monday to Friday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy

Address

622 – 3rd Street SW, Dauphin, MB, R7N 1R5

Located across from the Dauphin Hospital and attached to the Dauphin Medical Clinic & Walk-In Clinic.

Phone

204-638-4602

 

Website

https://www.dauphinclinicpharmacy.com/

 

Hours

Open 7 Days A Week

Monday to Friday: 8:30am - 6:00pm

Saturday: 9:00am – 2:00pm

Sundays & Holidays: 12:00pm – 2:00pm

After Hours Emergency Line to 10:00pm daily: 204-638-2778

 

Programs

Opioid Replacement Program (Suboxone & Methadone)

Customer Loyalty Program

Compliance Programs – bubble, blister and PacMed Strip Packaging

Home Visit Program

Sharps Container Program

Naloxone Kit Training

Smoking Cessation Program

Services

Free delivery 7 days a week

Drive Thru Service

Sharps Return Program

Injection - Vaccination & Immunization Services

Free Parking, Accessible Parking

Custom Compounding

Med Synchronization Program

Home Health & Mobility Aids – Canes, Walkers, Rollators

Mobility Aid Rentals – Walkers, Rollators, Crutches

Brace Fittings (Certified Orthotic Fitters on Staff)

Nebulizer & Supply Services

Mastectomy Fittings

Incontinence Supplies

Blood Pressure Checks – In Store Automated Machine

Diabetic Supplies Available

Rana Sleep Studies

Certified Respiratory (Asthma & COPD) Educators

24 Hour Blood Pressure Monitoring Program

Opioid Replacement Therapy - Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy

Address

622 – 3rd Street SW, Dauphin, MB, R7N 1R5

Located across from the Dauphin Hospital and attached to the Dauphin Medical Clinic. Located 1 block from Community Health Services and Primary Care Outreach Clinic.

 

Phone

204-638-4602

Toll Free: 1-888-638-5930

 

Website

www.dcp.ca

 

Clients

No restrictions

 

Hours

Open 7 Days A Week

Monday to Friday: 8:30am - 6:30pm

Saturday: 9:00am – 2:00pm

Sundays & Holidays: 12:00pm – 2:00pm

After Hours Emergency Line to 10:00pm daily: 204-638-2778

 

Programs

Opioid Replacement Program (Suboxone & Methadone)

Daily Fill Program

 

Services

Methadone Replacement Program

Suboxone Replacement Program

On Call Pharmacist to 10pm daily: 204-638-2778

Certified Pharmacists with extended Opioid Dependence Training – College of Pharmacists of Manitoba (Opioid Replacement Therapy 101 Introduction to Clinical Practice)

Select Staff have Mental Health First Aid Training

Sharps Return Program

Injection Services

Vaccination & Immunization Services

Free Parking, Accessible Parking

Fully Private Counselling & Consultation Rooms

 

Community Serving Organizations

Dauphin Public Library

Branch of Parkland Regional Library

 

Address                                

504 Main St N

Dauphin MB R7N 1C9

Phone                                    

204-638-6410

 

Website                                 

www.parklandlib.mb.ca

Also see “Dauphin Public Library” on Facebook

 

Clients                                   

Residents of any member municipality of the regional library are eligible for a FREE library card.

Non-residents may purchase a one-year or 3-month card.

 

Hours                                    

Monday to Thursday               10:30 AM to 7:00 PM

Friday                                      10:30 AM to 5:30 PM

Saturday                                 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Services / Programs            

-     offers a full range of public library services (books, magazines, newspapers, films on DVD and BluRay discs, reference service, and interlibrary loans)

-     provides public access to computers for internet and word processing

-     provides printing and photocopy service

-     provides free WiFi

-     on-line services include e-book and e-audio books, research databases, and a streaming video service

-     offers FREE regular programming for children (e.g. infant rhyme time, story time, in-service days, summer programs)

-     offers FREE programs for adults (e.g. Third Thursday Music nights,
20:20 Presents, National Film Board club, author events)

Community Futures Parkland

Address        

421 Main Street, Grandview, MB  R0L 0Y0

Phone 

204-546-5100

                                   

Website         

https://cfmanitoba.ca/parkland/

Clients           

Youth, Women, Indigenous, Entrepreneurs with Disabilities, Under-represented groups, anyone looking for business assistance

Hours

Monday to Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm

Programs      

Junior Achievement – Elementary & high school

Young Women’s Conference (Dauphin & Russell)

Take the Leap

Shop it Forward (Spring-time, partners with Chambers of Commerce)

CF Parkland Annual Grants & Awards

Side Hustle Jr. Camp

Services        

Business Development

  • Business loans up to $150,000
  • Business planning assistance
  • Templates, resources and guides
  • Market research
  • Access to network of professionals and training
  • Programs for youth entrepreneurs
  • Programs for entrepreneurs with disabilities
  • Business coaching

Community Development

  • Project assistance
  • Strategic and program planning
  • Grant sourcing and application support
  • Networking and information sessions
  • Community Economic Development Training

The Hub (Dauphin)

  • Help women at any stage if business, from dreaming to growth strategizing, find clarity on what they need in order to be successful in entrepreneurship.
  • A space where new and existing business owners can congregate for women-centered support services, training, co-working, and networking.
  • Hub staff will connect entrepreneurial women with the right resources and supports for them utilizing a client-specific approach
  • thehubs.ca
Dauphin & District Community Foundation

Address        

Box 6, 100 Main Street South, Dauphin, MB   R7N 2T9

Phone

204-638-4598

                                               

Website         

www.dauphincommunityfoundation.ca

Clients           

Anyone interested in improving or enhancing the quality of life in our community, remembering or honouring a person or an event

 

Hours

Monday – Friday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Programs      

Our annual Grant Making Program funds projects which:

  • Recognize and build on our community’s assets
  • Foster co-operative approaches to community issues that build upon shared visions and mutual responsibility

We have over a dozen scholarships awarded every year

 

Services        

The Dauphin & District Community Foundation accepts donations throughout the year.  These can be made in memory of a loved one, in honour of a person or an event, in support of a specific cause, or simply in support of the Foundation.  All gifts are pooled and invested.  Grants are made from the allocated interest from these investments while the principal remains untouched. 

City of Dauphin

Address

100 Main Street South, Dauphin, MB R7N 1K3

Phone

Main Line: 204-622-3200

Website

www.dauphin.ca

Hours

Monday to Friday

9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

 

Services

We provide residents of Dauphin utilities (water and sewer) and property taxation (for property owners).

Dauphin Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation

Address

100 Main Street South, Dauphin, MB R7N 1K3

 

Phone

204-622-3171

 

Website

https://www.dauphinnrc.ca

Hours

Monday to Friday 9:00 to 4:00

Programs

Small Grant Fund

West End Community Garden

Youth Programming (summer)

Services

We work collaboratively with partners to build a healthy and strong community.  We are flexible and creative; our organization is well position to help other community serving organizations work towards their local goals.  We can often assist in project planning and implementation.

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