In crisis? Call or Text the Suicide Crisis Help Line at 9-8-8  24 HRS or go to the website

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CMHA branches across Manitoba offer a variety of services. Our services are informed by CMHA’s Framework for Support and the recovery model as a basis for working with people with mental health illnesses and challenges.



Project Northern Doorway is a strategy to target homelessness in Thompson based on the Housing First Model, an evidence based and recovery-oriented approach.

Project Northern Doorway provides housing to those struggling with substance use issues without the stipulation of complete abstinence. Allowing chronically homeless individuals to take steps to improve their situation while living in a safe and secure environment. Our Outreach Mentors and Peer Support Workers are responsible for supporting, empowering, and advocating for the participants of Project Northern Doorway 24 hours a day 365 days a year.


Participants are chosen based on their chronic use of emergency services, hospitalizations, and their use of Shelter services. Participants must have a desire to improve their current situation. Project Northern Doorway is a client centered program, progress is determined by the effort of each individual participant. A waitlist is maintained to contact those in need of the service when rooms become available. 

No, we do not provide counselling, therapy, or medical treatment for mental illness, but we do provide referrals to other services you might require.

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