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  • Resources for Success

    This nonprofit guide is designed to be a resource for you and your family and our hope is that these national and local organizations can help you on your way to personal and professional success. The vision of Express is to help as many people as possible find good jobs by helping as many clients as possible find good people, and like a job, we believe these organizations can provide help and hope.

    Express is not endorsing the services offered by these organizations. For more information and resources about career success, talk with your staffing consultant or visit Express Job Seekers

    This guide is intended and provided for your assistance in the following areas: Medical, Clothing, Shelter, Food, Rehabilitation, 24/7 Support.

  • Medical

    If you are unsure where to receive appropriate care, one of the two options below can point you in the right direction. 

    • Info-Santé 811 or 204-788-8200
      • Info-Santé 811 is a free and confidential telephone consultation service.
    • MyRightCare.ca
    • For emergencies Dial 911


    • Goodwill
      • Goodwill locations offer assistance programs for everyone, including youth, seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities, criminal backgrounds and other specialized needs. Through their network of more than 3,200 stores, they provide clothing and household items at a low cost. You can find the location near you by visiting Canadian Goodwill.
    • Siloam Mission 
      • Siloam Mission has the Clothing Room. For more info call 204-956-4344 or online at www.siloam.ca.
    • The Flavie Laurent Centre
      • The Flavie Laurent Centre also can help with clothing and household items. For more information call 204-231-9513 or online at https://cflc.info.


    • The Salvation Army
      • The Salvation Army website says it best: “As long as there’s The Salvation Army, there’s no such thing as no place to go.” Their offerings include shelters, group homes, and family service programs, as well as emergency shelters for those facing extreme conditions. To find a Salvation Army location near you, visit SalvationArmy.ca. 
    • Habitat for Humanity
      • Habitat for Humanity provides assistance for those looking for long-term solutions to housing issues. You can find your local Habitat for Humanity by visiting Habitat.org or Habitat.ca.
    • Government Affordable Housing Programs
    • Siloam Mission - Phone: 204-956-4344 


    • The Salvation Army
      • Whether it’s food pantries, meal programs, or community gardens, The Salvation Army is one of the top food resources in a community. Across the United States and Canada, the organization provides 59.2 million meals each year. Find the Salvation Army location closest to you by visiting SalvationArmy.ca. 
    • Food Banks Canada 
      • Food Banks Canada works with 550 food banks and more than 3000 food programs across Canada. In addition to a range of food-related programs for adults and children, many also offer other forms of support such as skills training, community kitchens and gardens, and helping people search for jobs, housing, or affordable child care. To find the location and resources near you, visit FoodBanksCanada.ca.
    • Siloam Mission  - Phone: 204-956-4344 
    • Winnipeg Harvest - Phone: 204-982-3660 


    • Alcoholics Anonymous
      • Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem. Find your local resources by clicking here
    • Narcotics Anonymous
      • Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a global, community-based organization with a multilingual and multicultural membership. NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. Click here to find a meeting near you.
    • Addictions Foundation of MB - Phone 855-662-6605


    • Winnipeg Transit
      • Telebus (automated schedule) phone 204-287-7433 
    • Go Manitoba

    24/7 Support

    • 2-1-1
      • Every day thousands of people across the U.S. and Canada turn to 2-1-1 for information and support – whether financial, domestic, health or disaster-related. This service is a free, confidential referral and information service that connects people from all communities and of all ages to a specialist who will help you find local health and human services. Dial 2-1-1 toll-free to speak with a community resource specialist in your area. 
    • Klinic Community Health