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Rainbow Resource Centre

170 Scott Street (at Wardlaw)
Info-line (204)-474-0212
www.rainbowresourcecentre.org

The Rainbow Resource Centre is a not-for-profit community organization that provides support and resources to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and two-spirit communities of Manitoba and North Western Ontario.

The resource centre is a great place to meet people or get information on services for sexual and gender minorities and their families or supporters. Phone or drop by to check out the extensive book, magazine and video library.

Manitoba Human Rights Commission

700- 175 Hargrave Street
Winnipeg, MB R3C 3R8
Phone: 204-945-3007
www.gov.mb.ca/hrc

The Manitoba Human Rights Commission is the agency responsible for carrying out the provisions of The Human Rights Code (Manitoba). Anyone can file a complaint if it is believed that a practice or policy results in unreasonable discrimination.

In 2010, the Commission issued a guideline document covering gender identity:

Protections from discrimination based on gender identity; Your Rights, Your Obligations identifies protections from discrimination on the basis of gender identity under The Human Rights Code (Manitoba) in employment, services and housing.

This document is posted on their website.

Sexuality Education Resource Centre

200 – 226 Osborne St. N.
Winnipeg, MB R3C 1V4
204-982-7806     fax 982-7819
www.serc.mb.ca

Sexuality Education Resource Center (SERC) is a community-based, non-profit, pro-choice agency.  Our mission is Promoting Sexual Health Through Education. Services include library, web site www.serc.mb.ca , education and training, information and referral, and community outreach and networking.  Counselling for GLBTTQ* community in the Brandon area is offered by Rainbow Resource Centre out of our Brandon office.

Sage House

422 Dufferin Ave.
943-6379
More info

A Street Women’s Health, Outreach and Resource Service which provides a wide variety of services to women (including transgender women). Sage House works towards improving the health and safety of street-involved women by providing them with free condoms, health education and medical care on site. Nursing services are available during drop-in hours. Outreach workers connect women with resources: education, addictions treatment, welfare, housing, child and family support and harm reduction information. The drop-in house at 422 Dufferin Avenue is a welcoming, safe environment where meals, laundry and baths are freely available and women are encouraged to explore their choices and support each other. Sage House is a program offered by Mount Carmel Clinic.

Masquerade

www.masquerade.ca

A Winnipeg social group for M2F-oriented transgender people.

Parents, Friends and Family of Trans Individuals (PDFF0TI)

Support group meets every second Tuesday 7 PM to 9 PM, September to June at the Rainbow Resource Centre

FTM Gender Alliance of Winnipeg

Support group meets the first Tuesday of the month 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM at the Rainbow Resource Centre

Like That

sunshinehousewpg.org/programs

Like That is a new program which provides a space where people exploring gender and/or sexual identity can gather at Sunshine House (646 Logan Ave at Sherbrook) for fun, skills building and recreation.”

Vicki Enns, MMFT, RMFT, Clinical Therapy Services

201-1311 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3G 0V3.
956-5446
vlenns -at- gmail.com

Vicki Enns is a therapist and instructor/ supervisor at University of Winnipeg. She is a couple and family therapist (includes working with individuals) who provides trans-friendly and trans-informed support for individuals and families. She provides workshops for caregivers, teachers or others who work with youth who may be questioning or identifying differently in their gender or sexual identity and creating more affirming and safer environments.

Reece Malone, DHS, MPH, ACS
Clinical Sexologist / Sexuality Educator

Four Rivers Medical Centre
647 Broadway Ave.
Winnipeg  R3C 0X3
204.471.8771
www.reecemalone.com


The Winnipeg Transgender Group provides links to other organizations as a courtesy, and makes no representations regarding them or any information related thereto. Any questions, complaints or claims regarding these organizations must be directed to the appropriate organization.