115 Pulford Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3L 1X8

Telephone: 204-415-6797
Toll-Free: 1-855-672-6727
Facsimile: 204-415-7516


Beginning April 1, 2021, The Laurel Centre will no longer be operating the Men’s Resource Centre of Manitoba.

We will continue to provide services to men through our Male Childhood Sexual Abuse Program.  If you have experienced childhood sexual abuse, please contact us by phone 204-415-6797 or by email at to book an appointment.

Effective May 3, 2021, services for men impacted by family violence, including emergency shelter, will be transitioned to Wahbung Abinoonjiiag.   If you are leaving an intimate partner or family violence situation and need shelter and/or support services, please contact Wahbung directly during their regular business hours or the Manitoba Domestic Violence Crisis Phone Line after hours and on weekends.

Wahbung Abinoonjiiag

Address: 225 Dufferin Ave, Winnipeg Manitoba
Phone: 204-925-4610 (Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm)

COVID–19 Update Message

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are continuing to offer counselling and support to men in the MCSA Program through email, phone, and/or videoconferencing. Please email us at or call us at 204-415-6797 and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.

If you are in crisis, please call any of the crisis contact numbers listed below:

  • Klinic Crisis Line: 204-786-8686
  • Mobile Crisis Unit: 204-940-1781
  • Manitoba Suicide Line: 1-877-435-7170

If you are concerned that you have or have been exposed to COVID-19, call Health Links at 204-788-8200 or toll-free at 1-800-315-9257.

The Multi-Faces of IPV Across the Prairie Provinces: Men as Victims

The Laurel Centre is excited to share the final report of a study conducted in partnership with RESOLVE that explored men’s experience of IPV across the Prairie provinces and the accompanying environment scan that reports on the agencies an programs available to men in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta who are victims of intimate partner violence (IPV).

Click the links below to view the PDF reports:

The Multi-Faces of IPV Across the Prairie Provinces: Men as Victims