Supporting young people in Manitoba
Where are young people contacting Kids Help Phone from? What issues are they reaching out about? How are they feeling after their conversation? Discover the latest data about the support we offer youth in Manitoba with Kids Help Phone Insights.
With the slogan, “Canada’s heart beats,” Manitoba sits right in the middle of the country. It’s from this central location where Kids Help Phone provided support to young people over 28,500 times in 2018. Here, mental and emotional health was discussed more with young people than in any other province. Thanks to our supporters across Manitoba, we’re able to be there for each and every young person who reaches out.
Please find more information below about our wonderful supporters, how we’re helping youth in Manitoba and how you can get involved.
Thank you to our supporters in Manitoba
Bell Let’s Talk | Manitoba/Saskatchewan
Thank you for being the Presenting Sponsor at the 2020 Being There for Kids Breakfast!
Government of Manitoba | Manitoba
Thank you for supporting Kids Help Phone and showing up for youth!
FWS Group of Companies | Manitoba
Thank you for sponsoring the 2020 Being There for Kids Breakfast presented by Bell Let’s Talk!
Johnston Group | Manitoba
Thank you for your constant support of youth mental health and well-being!
Your Kids Help Phone contacts in Manitoba
Carolina Bejarano | Development Officer, Community Partnerships, Mid-west | 403-476-0385
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