Drop-in counselling will now be provided via telephone sessions. To schedule a phone counselling session, please have your Manitoba Health card in hand and call 204-784-4090 beginning at 9:00am. Please note our front desk phone will go to voicemail after 5PM. You will receive a same day telephone appointment. At the scheduled time, a counsellor will call you. If you do not have access to a phone, the Crisis Response Centre (CRC) at 817 Bannatyne Avenue continues to be open.
Klinic’s Crisis Line remains open 24/7/365. You do not need to be in crisis to call – a full list of phone numbers is available here.
Klinic Drop-In Counselling
Klinic’s Drop-In Counselling services are for individuals, couples and families, aged 13+, who would like the support of a counsellor.
In a onetime drop-in session, you can discuss your struggles, explore coping, and get information about other resources that might help. Anything that is on your mind is a good reason to drop-in.
Drop-in is for everyone
All are welcome:
- All ages, 13+
- All ethnicities
- All genders
- All orientations
- All abilities
(Please phone ahead if you would like to access in-person translation services)
You can talk about anything
- A life change or transition
- Grief & loss
- Mental health
- Quality of life struggles
- Domestic abuse
- Alcohol and drug use
How can counselling help?
Counselling is a process of helping someone to make the changes they would like to make in their lives. Counselling can differ from talking to family and friends in that counsellors are trained to be neutral, keep information confidential and have skills to help people learn about themselves. In the non-judgemental environment of counselling sessions, people can receive the understanding and support that they need to clarify issues, explore options, develop strategies, practice new skills and ultimately, make change.
We take your right to confidentiality seriously. We will only share information about you to those outside of Klinic if we have your permission, except in the following situations:
- Child Welfare: The law requires all citizens to report child abuse and neglect. If we believe that a child is at risk, we will ask the appropriate agency for help.
- Threats of Harm: If we believe that you or someone else may suffer serious harm or death, we will do what is necessary for safety. We may need to ask the appropriate agency for help.
- Justice System Request: In rare cases, the court or police may ask to see client records. We will always try to tell you about any actions we need to take to keep everyone safe.
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