Mothers’ Mental Health Toolkit: A Resource for the Community
This collection of resources is intended to support those who work with vulnerable mothers and families. The project aimed to enhance mental health literacy for support providers, provide a guide for the promotion of mental wellness for mothers and promote practices that build resiliency and a strong network of community supports.
Healthy Smile Happy Child
Winnipeg Health Region’s resources on preventing early childhood tooth decay. Downloadable brochures in several languages.
Healthy Canadians – Recalls and Alerts
Health Canada – Keep Your Kids Smoke-Free
By being aware of the potential risk factors for tobacco use, you can be better prepared to support healthy tobacco-free choices for your children. This link provides strategies and tips that you can use at various stages of your child’s development, in order to help them steer clear of smoking.
Daniel McIntyre/St. Matthews Community Association
The Daniel McIntyre / St. Matthews Community Association (DMSMCA) is a community-driven not-for-profit Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation serving the Daniel McIntyre and St. Matthews neighbourhoods in West Central Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Our mission is to empower the community of Daniel McIntyre / St. Matthews to achieve social, cultural, economic and environmental wellbeing. Ours is a vision of a Daniel McIntyre-St. Matthews Community which is stable, healthy and safe, a neighbourhood that is diverse, welcoming, vibrant, clean and self reliant.
Healthy Baby Healthy Brain
Healthy Baby Healthy Brain is a new series of 14 videos (14 English + 14 French) That cover important topics related to Babies and Brain Development. These wonderful videos provide a lot of additional information, and helpful links for parents and caregivers.
Reaching in Reaching Out
“Resilience helps people handle stress, overcome childhood dis-advantage, bounce back from trauma and reach out to others and opportunities. Resilience is associated with better health and greater success in school, jobs and relationships. And skills that support resilience contribute to healthy child development.”
Winnipeg in Motion
Tips and resources to live a more active and healthier life.