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System Outage/Upgrade Alert: Due to an upgrade, MyAccount may be unavailable Wednesday, November 20 between 10 am and noon.

Branch Closure Alert: Windsor Park Library will be closed from Monday, November 18 to Saturday, November 23 inclusive for sewer line repairs. The book return will be closed.

Winnipeg Public Library

Community Crisis Workers

Do you need to talk, or need help, or know someone who would benefit from our services? Please come see us.

We are available to provide information on shelter and housing, social assistance, employment, counselling, mental health programs and services, health care information and much more.

We are available on the second floor of the Millennium Library:

Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays, and Saturdays: 10 am - 4:30 pm.

Tuesdays and Thursdays: 10 am - 9 pm.

St. Boniface Library: Mondays: 1-4:30 pm

  • Sheila Bughao
  • Please call to make an appointment: 204-986-3911 or 204-391-4962 (cell)
  • Email: sbughao@winnipeg.ca

Community Resources: Visiting Agencies and Workshops

The library's Community Crisis Workers are ready to help anyone in need - including referrals to various community agencies. Some of these agencies are also coming to the library! Drop in and learn more about these community supports or learn about free workshops at Millennium Library.

Download pdf of upcoming Visiting Agencies:
Community Resources: Visiting Agencies (Nov/Dec)
Community Resources: Visiting Agencies (Jan/Feb)


Looking for informative sites on community supports?

Our community crisis workers recommends these sites:

Adult in Crisis

Youth in Crisis

Mental Health Resource Guides

Housing

Emergency Shelters

Basic Needs

Newcomers


Last update: October 23, 2019