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The University of Manitoba is conducting a survey with the purpose
to determine the service needs, service availability, and service
gaps for adolescent and young adult males across Canada.
The information gathered will help to guide prevention and
intervention strategies for boys and young men in Canada.
The survey will take about 30 minutes to complete. All surveys are anonymous. Results of the survey will be available here on the Men’s Resource Centre website in December 2015 and will be shared with other agencies and researchers. Click here to participate.
The Men's Resource Centre of Manitoba is home to one of only a few providers
in Canada offering therapy and support services designed for men.
Our purpose at the Men's Resource Centre of Manitoba is to enable the provision
of therapy and support 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.
On November 19, 2013 the Men's Resource Centre of Manitoba relocated to their new, permanent location at 115 Pulford Street in the Osborne Village from the old location which was on McDermot Avenue.
On July 1, 2010 the Men's Resource Centre of Manitoba ended its association with
the University of Manitoba and is now operating as a program of The Laurel Centre.