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Male Survivors

April is Male Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Month. Click on photo for resources.

The Men's Resource Centre has moved from Suite 200-321 McDermot Avenue to its' new location in the Osborne Village Area on October 29, 2013.  The new adderss is: 115 Pulford Street, Winnipeg, MB  R3L 1X8.

Thank you to all who attended our Grand Opening - Open House  on November 19, 2013.  What a day to be with so many friends and supporters of the MRC.

To read more about our Grand Opening visit:  http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/our-communities/souwester/Mens-resource--Centres-new-home-233529711.html


Men's Resource Centre of Manitoba

Welcome to the website of the Men's Resource Centre of Manitoba

The Men's Resource Centre of Manitoba is a unique prairie service, only one of four such centres in Canada. It is the purpose of the Men's Resource Centre is to enable the provision of counselling services for men who have experienced trauma and stressors in their lives and want to resolve related issues, recognizing that challenges to mental health as well as addictions are among the long term consequences related to unresolved trauma and stressors. We offer a range of support services to men on a variety of issues that men commonly encounter.

Effective July 1, 2010, the Men's Resource Centre ended its affiliation with the University of Manitoba and now operates under the administrative umbrella of The Laurel Centre (www.thelaurelcentre.ca). We welcome this new partnership and look forward to the opportunity to collaborate with another non-profit agency to address the concerns we share for our community!

MRC Office Hours:

Monday - 1 pm - 9 pm (EXCEPT ON HOLIDAYS):

Drop In Counselling is only on Mondays


Wednesday - 1 pm - 9 pm

Tuesday, Thursday  - 9 am - 4:30 pm

Friday - 9 am - 4 pm


Email:  mrc(at)mens-resource-centre.ca

Mail or Drop Off:  115 Pulford Street, Winnipeg, MB  R3L 1X8


In a postcard size response, please answer the following questions:

What brought you to the MRC?

In what way(s) did the MRC assist you?

What would you want to say to a man who is considering coming to the MRC?

What will we do with your story?

With your permission we will take your story and put them up on the testimony section of our website.  If necessary, authors can remain anonymous.

Please call the office if you have any questions at: 204.415.6797 ext.207.

                Male Childhood Sexual Abuse Program
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