Extreme Cold Weather Resources

The winter is hard for people who are homeless or precariously sheltered.

In order to make sure that people have a place to sleep during extreme cold weather, End Homelessness Winnipeg and a number of front-line organizations have developed an Extreme Cold Weather Response plan. An up-to-date list of overnight warming shelters/centres, outreach vans and foot patrols in Winnipeg can be found here.  If you, someone you know, or someone you meet, needs a place to sleep on a cold night, this map will show you the options that are available. 

The Winnipeg Outreach Network has created a physical pamphlet of resources to help street-involved youth and adults find resources without requiring internet access. You can print your own copy or obtain a copy through the Winnipeg Outreach Network. It can be easily folded and carried in a jacket pocket.

We will continually update this blog as we are informed of changes in programming or are notified of additional resources. For up-to-date information, please revisit this page.

For individual services, see the website links below or visit the 211 Manitoba home page and select the “Housing and Homelessness” tile.

Emergency Shelters

In Winnipeg

Siloam Mission Inc. 

Main Street Project Inc.

Salvation Army – Booth Centre Ministries

In Thompson

Nanatowiho Wikamik Shelter

In Brandon

Safe and Warm, at the Samaritan House Resource Centre

Emergency Overnight Warming Centres

1JustCity Inc. – Just a Warm Sleep

Rossbrook House

Siloam Mission

Ndinawe / Tina’s Safe Haven

Salvation Army Winnipeg Booth Centre

Main Street Project

Westend 24

Macdonald Youth Services

Youth Resources in Winnipeg

Macdonald Youth Services (Youth Resource Centre/Shelter and Mayfair Site)

Westend 24 (WE24)

Ndinawemaaganag Endaawaad Inc (Nadinawe Safe Home)

Rossbrook House (24-Hour Youth Drop-In)