Off Site Services & Partnerships

Kivalliq

Arranged by referral from nurses at Kivalliq Inuit Centre, Klinic provides primary care services to people staying at Kivalliq Inuit Centre on a temporary basis, with communication sent to their home community to ensure continuity of care.

Klinic on Campus (University of Winnipeg)

Klinic provides primary care services, including general medical care, reproductive health, unplanned pregnancy counselling, STI management, and dietitian services to students and staff at the University of Winnipeg.

Who is this Service For?

University of Winnipeg students and staff.

How to Access this Service:

Appointments can be made by calling (204) 786-9496 during regular office hours. Walk in appointments are also available.

For more information on these services, please visit the University of Winnipeg.

Prenatal Connections

Klinic partners with Public Health Nurses to provide education and short-term primary care for women travelling to Winnipeg for childbirth, with communication back to home communities to ensure continuity of care.

Who is this Service For?

Women who travel for childbirth and are connected with the Prenatal Connections Public Health program.

How to Access this Service:

Women are referred to Klinic by Prenatal Connections Public Health nurses.

Tec Voc Klinic

The Tec Voc Klinic team is available to address any health needs or questions. Common reasons for visits include wounds, injuries, rashes, pregnancy testing, birth control, STI testing, vaccines, depression, anxiety, blood pressure checks, information about nutrition, feeling sick, bladder infection, ear or throat infection, referrals to a specialist, or free condoms.

Who is this Service For?

Tec Voc Klinic’s primary health care services are available to all students of Tec Voc High School and their children who receive daytime care at Tec Voc.

How to Access this Service:

You can walk in anytime during our hours, or you can book a same-day appointment by coming in or calling (204) 801-1311.

Helpful Links:

Teen Klinic

Teen Talk
Kids Help Phone

Crisis Support

Transition, Education, & Resources for Females (T.E.R.F.)

TERF is a transition and healing program for children, youth, adults, and transgender individuals who have been exploited through sex trade (prostitution). This program assists to stabilize living situations, promote healthy lifestyles and build confidence and self-esteem.

The goal is to provide a safe, supportive, learning and healing environment for participants. The programs are participant-directed and delivered through a holistic healing model of balancing the spiritual, mental, physical and emotional needs of the participants.

We offer three programs:

  • Youth Program – ages 13 to 18
  • Mentor Program – ages 19 and under
  • Adult Program – ages 18 and up

Who is this Service For?

Children, youth, adults, and transgender individuals exploited through the sex trade.

How to Access this Service:

There are no scheduled appointments at T.E.R.F. Klinic. Everyone is seen on a walk-in basis. Service is limited to the number of clients that can be seen during the clinic hours.
For more information about T.E.R.F., please visit New Directions.

Helpful Links:

Street Connections
Sage House
Dream Catchers

Woseley Family Place (WFP)

Every Wednesday afternoon, a nurse practitioner is available at WFP to provide primary care service to WFP program participants, including children and adults. Clients can be seen for episodic care or for long-term care, including physical examinations or immunizations, and check-ups for childhood diseases and injuries.

Who is this Service For?

Pariticipants of WFP programs.

How to Access this Service:

Appointments are available for WFP program participants, booked through WFP staff. For more information about WFP, please visit Wolseley Family Place