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Resources / Links

Triple P

(Positive Parenting Program and parent information line)

The Positive Parenting Program is a helpful, practical approach to raising children that focuses on the positive. Triple P uses strong, nurturing relationships, good communication and positive attention to help children develop. It helps create a family setting that is loving, supportive and predictable.

The program uses easy-to-follow suggestions for small changes that make big differences to parents, children and families. It is proven to be very successful in developing good attitudes and behaviour.


Family Doctor Finder

If you live in Manitoba and you need a family doctor the Family Doctor Finder can help you find one. The Family Doctor Finder is designed to connect you and your family with a regular primary care provider – who can provide you with a home base for your health care needs.


Community Legal Education Association (Manitoba) Inc.

Community Legal Education Association (CLEA) is a charitable organization that provides Manitobans with information about the law through several services. CLEA develops programs and resources especially to work with communities where there are understood needs. These services help individuals better understand our legal system and how to resolve their legal issues.


Information for Manitobans with Disabilities

This web-based tool will help you find information on the services available for people with disabilities in Manitoba. The information is organized into user-friendly fact sheets that answer the most commonly asked service questions raised by individuals with disabilities, their families, care givers and service providers.


Child Care Online

The Online Child Care Registry makes it easier for families to find and apply for licensed child care in Manitoba. It provides information about child care providers, lets you register with as many providers as you want in your neighbourhood and surrounding area, and places your child's name on the waiting list of all the providers who meet your needs. The information you provide (contact information, child care needs, etc) can also be quickly updated with all the providers at the same time.


Manitoba Early Learning and Child Care

Committed to accessible, high-quality child care for children 12 weeks to 12 years old.


Health Links – Info Santé

Health Links – Info Santé is a 24-hour, 7-days a week telephone information service. Staffed by registered nurses with the knowledge to provide answers over the phone to health care questions and guide you to the care you need.

Call anytime (204) 788-8200 or toll-free 1-888-315-9257.


MyRightCare.ca

Where should you go when you are sick or injured? Find your right care. Search this site to understand your options.


Dial-a-Dietitian

The Dial a Dietitian service of Manitoba is here to answer questions and provide advice on food and nutrition to help individuals and families live well and stay healthy. Dial a Dietitian connects callers to a Registered Dietitian, a licensed health professional who has studied the science of nutrition. Registered Dietitians have the ability to put the science of nutrition into everyday practical advice.

Phone: 204-788-8248  |  Toll free: 1-877-830-2892


ServiceLink

You will be asked questions about; yourself including your income and age, your home and monthly housing costs, people living in your home including their income and age. Based on the information you enter, we will give you a list of programs that you may qualify for and where you can find more information about them.


Canadian Centre for Child Protection

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection is a charitable organization dedicated to the personal safety of all children. Our goal is to reduce child victimization by providing programs and services to Canadians.


Canadian Paediatric Society

The Canadian Paediatric Society is the national association of paediatricians, committed to working together to advance the health of children and youth by nurturing excellence in health care, advocacy, education, research and support of its membership.


Caring for Kids

Caring for Kids provides parents with information about their child's and teen's health and well-being. Because the site is developed by the Canadian Paediatric Society – the voice of more than 3,000 Canadian paediatricians – you can be sure the information is reliable.