211 Manitoba is a searchable online database of government, health, and social services that are available across the province. The service helps Manitobans who are looking to find the right community or social resource but don’t know where to start. 211 Manitoba also makes it easy for service providers and first responders to direct others to the right resource.
Services are grouped together into categories that include food and clothing, housing and homelessness, health, mental health, employment, newcomers, children and parenting, and youth.
At this time, 211 Manitoba is available online only. Our goal is to move to full-service 211 which we anticipate including phone, text, and/or chat capacity.
211 Manitoba Listings
211 Manitoba provides information on health and social services throughout the province. The information is provided by the services/organizations listed in the database.
While we are committed to providing a database that is accurate, up-to-date, and comprehensive, 211 Manitoba is unable to assume any liability resulting from errors or omissions.
211 Manitoba does not provide advice, nor is it responsible for the information provided, or the nature and quality of the services provided. Users of the website are strongly encouraged to contact the organization(s) directly to determine their suitability to meet their needs. Additionally, inclusion or omission of a program or service is neither a recommendation nor a comment on its quality.
Here’s a list of current organizations in 211 Manitoba. Use the Control-F function to find your organization.
211 Manitoba Partners
211 Manitoba is a partnership between United Way Winnipeg and Volunteer Manitoba. Development is further enhanced by a province-wide advisory committee, the Province of Manitoba, the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, United Ways in Manitoba, 211 Canada, and our funding partners and donors.
211 Manitoba is part of the broader 211 Canada national network (http://211.ca/). Across the country, 211 connects over 60% of Canadians to the right information and services, strengthens Canada’s health and human services, and helps Canadians become more engaged with their communities.
This coordinated national network allows individuals to look for local resources in communities across Canada, enabling them to assist family members, friends, and clients living in other provinces. The national network also provides the ability to gain a deeper understanding of the health and social service needs across our country.
While 211 Manitoba only provides web access at this time, the mandate of 211 Canada includes providing both online and interactive access. To this end, we are committed to working towards providing interactive access (phone, text, and/or chat) as the resources become available.
211 Manitoba holds the intellectual property rights for the information on this site. Users may display it on a computer and print or download this information for non-commercial, referral, personal, or educational purposes only. Additionally, 211 Manitoba must be credited as the source of any information originating from this site. Please contact us for permission to use the information for any purpose other than those outlined here.