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Every year, Manitoba Substance Use and Addictions Awareness Week (M-SUAAW) provides an opportunity for Manitobans from all walks of life to engage in meaningful discussions and explore solutions for addressing the harms caused by substance use and addictions. Click here for more information on this year’s events.

Opioid Agonist Therapy (OAT) is an effective medical approach to treating opioid dependence. For more on OAT resources available in Manitoba please click here.

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AFM’s Rapid Access to Addictions Medicine (RAAM) clinics and Manitoba Opioid Support and Treatment (MOST) program are still open to participants. If you or someone you care about needs services, you still can access the walk-in RAAM clinic for advice, medication, counselling, and support. Find out more. Find out more information about the MOST program here.

The Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM) and its staff are committed to providing continued support and services to individuals struggling with substance use and gambling in Manitoba during the COVID-19 response efforts.

We would like Manitobans to know that our in-house treatment programs for youth and adults are continuing at this time. For more information or to get help connecting with an AFM location near you, please call the Manitoba Addictions Helpline at 1-855-662-6605.

The Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM) and its staff are committed to providing continued support and services to individuals struggling with substance use and gambling in Manitoba during the COVID-19 response efforts.

Stuck at home due to social distancing? AFM has many online resources available including the AFM Library, the most comprehensive source for substance use/misuse, gambling and related issues in Manitoba – email KECentre@afm.mb.ca for more info.

The Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM) and its staff are committed to providing continued support and services to individuals struggling with substance use and gambling in Manitoba during the COVID-19 response efforts.

Dealing with alcohol, drug or gambling challenges can be difficult. Did you know that help is only a text away?

Text the Manitoba Addictions Helpline at 1-855-662-6605 and you will be connected with a trained counsellor who will help find the best service for you or someone you care for. You can also call the helpline today at 1-855-662-6605 or visit mbaddictionhelp.ca for more on the resources available in the province.

Many community-based programs are offering virtual care. Please note that Impaired Driver Program (IPD) assessments are offered via telephone. Contact your local AFM office for more information.

The Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM) and its staff are committed to providing continued support and services to individuals struggling with substance use and gambling in Manitoba during the COVID-19 response efforts.

ATTENTION

Given the evolving COVID-19 situation, we are taking all appropriate measures to protect you, your loved ones and our staff.

  • In-house treatment will continue with safety considerations
  • Out-patient and community-based supports and services will be provided in the following ways:
    • Via telephone
    • Virtual: this may include email or other forms of technology
    • In person
  • If you have any questions, please contact the MB Addictions Helpline at 1-855-662-6605

For questions and inquiries please contact 1-855-662-6605 or call our local number (204)-944-6334.

For location information, please see the list of contacts for AFM programs and services.

AFM Women’s In-House Program and Community-Based Services have returned to 1041 Portage Avenue from the Teulon facility.

The facility has implemented a number of COVID-19 restrictions in order to maintain compliance with the Manitoba Government as well as Shared Health guidelines. These guidelines include:

  • Provision and use of PPE for staff and clients
  • Reduced capacity to ensure physical distancing
  • Ongoing practicing of the fundamentals including environmental cleaning, hand washing and self-screening

Regular programs and services are up and running as of Monday, January 4, 2021.

Client-related inquiries can be directed to Women’s Intake and Assessment at 204-944-6229.

  • Programs & Services

    Adult Programs

    Adult services are provided to adults 18 years and older who are seeking assistance either due to their own or another’s involvement with alcohol, drugs, and/or gambling.

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  • Programs & Services

    Youth Programs

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    Our programs are designed to help you look at your alcohol, drug or gambling involvement to see if it’s affecting your life in a negative way. You’ll have the opportunity to meet counsellors who understand youth issues and the potential effects on young people’s lives.

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  • Resources

    Information for Educators

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    Many adolescents will experiment with alcohol, other drugs and gambling.  It is not unusual for some students to share very personal experiences. Learn how to help.

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