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River Point Centre

BHF maintains two Intake/Outreach offices at the River Point Centre (RPC). Strategically located in Winnipeg's North Point Douglas neighborhood, BHF is equipped to provide services and support to adults facing challenges with addiction and co-occurring mental health, pre and post-treatment. In addition, the Intake/Outreach Workers offer individual and group counselling to those following their residential treatment stays with BHF, as well as to those awaiting entry into either the Men's, Women's and Family Treatment Services or the Breezy Point women's program

The River Point Centre is a multi-use facility managed by Manitoba Housing. In addition to the intake/outreach services offered by BHF, the Addiction Foundation of Manitoba and Main Street Project provide residential and other addiction-related services out of this facility, located at 149 Magnus Avenue.

 

Thank you!

BHF gratefully acknowledges the support of the following organizations: The Selkirk District Community Fund for a grant to replace the roof on the daycare building at Breezy Point Road, Selkirk; Employment Manitoba for renewed funding for the employment development program in St. Norbert; Canada Post Community Foundation for their help in refurbishing bedrooms at Male Youth Services; Project Echo for donations of new clothes and shoes; Canada Summer Jobs for contributing toward the salary for a summer student at the BHF Daycare; Manitoba Community Places for a grant toward a new roof on the dining hall at Breezy Point Road; The Winnipeg Folk Fest Guest for a Day program for providing eight adult participants with the opportunity to enjoy the festival; The Winnipeg Foundation for a grant to install air conditioning in the bedrooms at Male Youth Services; Manitoba Culture, Heritage and Tourism/ Aboriginal Cultural Initiatives for a grant in support of the Henry Shingoose Traditional Pow Wow.
Many generous individuals and businesses donated items for the fundraiser at the Henry Shingoose Traditional Pow Wow in June: Aboriginal Head Start Program, Assiniboine Park Zoo, A&W, Betula Lake Resort, Big Dollar Store, Boston Pizza, Mike Calder, Cambrian Credit Union, Capitol Motosports Ltd., CanadInns Destination Centre Fort Garry, Century 21 Realty Ltd., City of Selkirk, Cora’s, CUPE Local 4792, Fabutan, Gourmet Coffee Specialists Ltd., Independent Fish, David Kabastra, Kiwanis Club of Selkirk, Hawkers Hauling, Hand in Hand Daycare, the Henry Shingoose family, Karter House Stationery, Knights of Columbus, Manitoba Hydro, Manitoba Museum, Manitoba Public Insurance, Modular Storage Systems, Northern Meats, One Hair Design, Peerless Fire & Safety, Pro-link Supplies, Rainbow Stage, Russell Foods, Selkirk Friendship Centre, Selkirk Plumbing & Supply, Selkirk Rotary Ann, SIW Storage, Royal Canadian Legion Branch #42 Selkirk, Legion Ladies Auxiliary Branch #42 Selkirk, RM of St. Andrews, Wayne Arthur Gallery, Westside Honda, Winnipeg Canoe Rentals.

We also appreciate the continued support of many individual donors, friends and neighbours. Whether the contribution is volunteering, financial, goods in-kind, or words of encouragement, your help means a great deal to us. Thank you.

OutFront Newsletter

OutFront is published by BHF three times a year. Its goal is to provide timely and relevant information regarding the services, programs, positive outcomes, and general business of the organization. Each issue contains information on topics such as treatment philosophy, outcomes, upcoming events, success stories, etc.

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