The following is a list of resources for information and support:


Department of Education
It’s a Fact: Better Income Can Lead to Better Health
Get Your Benefits Booklet

Department of Families
Financial Benefits and Assistance

Employment and Income Assistance (EIA)

get your benefits

Many benefits are available but not accessed by Manitobans simply because they are not applied for. Learn more about what benefits might be available to you and the creation of this valuable booklet here.


Call or text 431-813-4357 (431-813-HELP)
or toll free 1-855-955-4234

community financial helpline
  • Assistance with applying for federal benefits and income supports
  • Get help filing personal tax returns
  • Referral to community supports including help opening bank accounts, obtaining ID and financial counselling.
  • Connect on the Community Financial Helpline Facebook page

community financial counselling services

credit counselling society

seed winnipeg inc
  • Wide range of free programs to assist Manitobans in accessing benefits and creating plans to save money and build employment/business opportunities.

Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba

live&learn - a project of English online
  • Useful information for newcomers on available benefits
  • Education and employment opportunities in Manitoba

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