April 1, 2022 marked the beginning of a new chapter for AFM as our organization began the operational steps to shift certain roles and functions under regional health authorities and transition operational responsibility to Shared Health and Service Delivery Organizations in the province.

These changes, as part of Manitoba Health System Transformation efforts and recommendations from the Virgo Report , are necessary to continue our efforts in supporting and strengthening local and provincial mental health and addictions service delivery for Manitobans.

To view current job postings in addictions and mental health, please visit the careers sections of Shared Health or SDOs throughout the province. Links to those career sites can be found below. 

Shared Health 

Shared Health brings together clinical experts from across the province to deliver a patient-centred, accessible, responsive health system that people can count on. Shared Health plans clinical and preventive services for delivery across the entire province, supported by centralized administrative functions that use human, capital and financial resources in the best way possible.

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA)

The WRHA serves residents of the city of Winnipeg, as well as the northern community of Churchill and the rural municipalities of East and West St. Paul, representing a total population of more than 750,000. The WRHA also provides health-care support and specialty referral services to nearly half a million Manitobans who live beyond these boundaries, as well as residents of northwestern Ontario and Nunavut, who often require the services and expertise available within the WRHA.

Southern Health-Santé Sud

Southern Health-Santé Sud is a designated bilingual Regional Health Authority located in southern Manitoba (Canada), covering an area over 27,025 square kilometers wherein vibrant communities thrive including: 20 Rural Municipalities, 7 Municipalities, 4 cities, 4 towns, 1 village and 1 unorganized territory; 7 First Nation communities and many other cultures and communities including Métis, Hutterite, Francophone and Mennonite. With this rich tapestry of diversity, we are proud to serve 216 253 residents, the fastest growing population in Manitoba.

Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority

Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority (RHA) is responsible for the planning and delivery of health care service to meet the needs of the population we serve.With an area of 61,000 square kilometres, the region extends east to the Ontario border, north to the 53rd parallel, west to the eastern shores of Lake Manitoba and south to Winnipeg’s north perimeter dipping down just past Winnipeg to slightly below the Trans-Canada Highway eastwards to Ontario. A significant portion of the region is considered northern with a remote area accessible only by air, water or a winter road system.

Prairie Mountain Health 

Prairie Mountain Health/Santé Prairie Mountain (PMH) covers a geographically large area, around 67,000 sq. kilometres. It runs east-west from Saskatchewan/Manitoba border communities like Benito, Elkhorn and Russell to Waterhen Lake, Lake Manitoba and Treherne. From north-south, the region runs from the 53rd parallel north of Mafeking and close to Dawson Bay, right down to the United States border near communities like Melita, Deloraine, Boissevain, Killarney and Cartwright.

Northern Health Region

The Northern Regional Health Authority (Northern Health Region) was created in May 2012 through the amalgamation of the former NOR-MAN and the Burntwood Regional Health Authorities. The Northern Health Region is geographically the largest of the five RHAs in the province of Manitoba. Within the Region there are:

  • 2 cities (Thompson and Flin Flon)
  • 6 towns (The Pas, Gillam, Grand Rapids, Leaf Rapids, Lynn Lake, Snow Lake)
  • 1 RM (Kelsey)
  • 1 LGD (Mystery Lake)
  • Multiple hamlets and cottage settlements making up “unorganized territories”
  • 26 First Nations communities
  • 16 Northern Affairs Communities

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