Morden is fortunate to have many social sevice organizations in the area. The following is a list of organizations that can help. When provided by the organization, there is a short description of each. Links to websites have been provided to many of the organizations. Note: These links will take you out of the Morden website.

Addictions Foundation of Manitoba
The Additions Foundation of Manitoba is responsible for providing intervention, rehabilitation prevention, public information and education services for Manitoba citizens relating to addictions. The office is located at
108B – 8th Street, Morden, MB, R6M 1Y7
Phone: 204-822-1296
Alzheimer Society of Manitoba
This group provides education, resources, and support for families and care-givers of persons diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia.
South Central Region Co-ordinator
24 Main Street, Box 119, Winkler, MB, R6W 4A4
Email: alzsc@alzheimer.mb.ca
Phone: 204-325-5634
Association for Community Living (Morden Branch)
165 – 7th Street, Morden, MB, R6W 1E2
Phone: 204-822-6888
This is a service provided by Gateway Resources
Big Brothers-Big Sisters of Morden/Winkler
Office: 379 Stephen Street, Morden /  254 Main Street, Winkler
Mailing: Box 450, Winkler, R6W 4A6
Tel: 204-325-9707 Fax: 204-325-6308
Email: Michael Penner at michael.penner@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca
Places of Worship
Donate Love
Delivers hampers to people in Morden and the surrounding area on a weekly basis throughout the year.
Contact: 204-823-2865
Eden Health Care Services
Eden Health Care Services is a response to the mental health needs of the communities of Southern Manitoba. The organization works in partnership with the Regional Health Authority – Central Manitoba and the Mennonite Churches of Manitoba. The full range of mental health recovery services includes acute psychiatric care, professional counselling, supported housing and employment services.
Box 129, 309 Main St. Winkler, Manitoba R6W 4A4
Contact: James Friesen
Employment Support Program (ESP) – Seque Career Options
ESP works with people who are physically and/or mentally disadvantaged. They have to be out of school but there is no age limit. ESP works with the client and the business sector to find the right job for each individual. Contact: Segue Career Options, 309 Main Street, Winkler, Manitoba, R6W 4A6
Phone: 204-325-8988
Family Services & Community Services (Government Office)
This department covers Income Security/Welfare, Child Day Care, Adult Services, Children’s Special Services (Disabilities)
63 Stephen Street, Morden, MB
Phone: 204-822-2870 or 204-822-2861
Gateway Resources
Gateway Resources Inc. provides services and programs for intellectually handicapped adults in the Morden-Winkler area of southcentral Manitoba. They have a total of 11 group homes that house participants ranging from more complex needs (autism, wheelchair bound) to senior citizens.
Location: 1582 Pembina Ave, Winkler, Manitoba
Mailing Address: Box 1448, Winkler, MB R6W 4B4
Phone: 204-325-7304 Fax: 204-325-1958
Email: gradmin@mts.net
Genesis House – Family Violence Crisis Line
Genesis House exists so that people of South Central Manitoba will be free from family and intimate partner abuse at a resonable cost. They provide a confidential serivce, which includes a shelter for abused women and their children, residential and non-residential programs and prevention through public education. Contact: Genesis House – SCCFV, Inc – Box 389, Winkler, MB, R6W 4A6 Admin Line: 204-325-9957 Crisis Line: 204-325-9800 OR 1-877-977-0007
Growing with Mom
The Growing with Mom program is for women who are pregnant and/or have a baby under 1 year of age. Get together with other moms in a supportive environment and learn about healthy pregnancies, nutrition, parenting and other issues important to you! We provide free childcare, prepare a healthy meal or snack together and offer childcare for your older children.
210- 30 Stephen Street, Morden, MB, R6M 2G3
Contact – Marlow Miller  or Anita Hiebert
Phone: 204-822-2631 or 204-822-2632
Health Care Services
Many Hands Resource Centre
Many Hands Resource Centre helps people in many different ways. One of the first objectives is to start a food bank or food pantry, a place for people to come and get some help with food if they need that. It is also running a community kitchen series which is a program where participants come and cook nutritious meals together, eat together and then take some leftovers home.The centre’s hours of operation are Tuesdays 1-3 pm and Thursdays 5-7 pm. If you have any questions about what the centre offers or would like to donate or volunteer, they can be reached at:
Phone: 204-823-4217
Morden Community Handi-Van
The Handi-Van offers transportation for seniors and people with mobility disadvantages for a subsidized fee.
230 – 9th Street South, Morden, MB, R6M 1Y3
Phone: 204-822-5047
Morden Community Thrift Shop
Visit the Morden Thrift Shop for a nice selection of gently used clothing, housewares, and toys at good prices. The Thrift Shop is a generous supporter of community services that benefit all of our residents.
220 North Railway Street, Morden, MB, R6M 1Y9
Phone: 204-822-3435
Morden Friendship & Senior Services Inc.
There is always something fun and informative happening at the Morden 55+ Activity Centre.
306 North Railway St., Morden, MB
Phone: 204-822-3555
Website: www.mordenseniors.ca
Morden Parent & Child Resource Centre
Helping families to grow strong and healthy. They provide a support group for issues around parenting, pre-school literacy programs, parenting classes and nutrition councelling. It is a one stop shop giving you access to a network of pre-school resources.
200-30 Stephen Street, Morden, R6M 2G3
Email:Karen Vandijk
Phone: 204-822-1231
Facebook Page
Morden City Services
Pembina Counseling Centre
Pembina Counseling Centre is a professional counselling service administered by a community based board. Clients are welcomed for help with dealing with the issues of life. Appointments for sessions are accepted from anyone seeking counselling services. Fees for service are reasonable and adjusted to individual income levels. No one is tuned away because of their inability to pay.
103 – 400 Stephen Street, Morden, MB, 1W3
Phone: 204-822-6622
Pembina Valley Pregnancy Care Centre
This group offers support to anyone impacted by pregnancy. All services are free, confidential and include pregnancy tests, counselling, ongoing support and information on pregnancy, sexuality, parenting, adoption and abortion. We do not perform or refer for abortion services.
110 – 30 Stephen Street, Morden, MB, 1T3. For more information visit www.pvpcc.com.
Phone: 204-822-9591
SCCR (South Central Cancer Resource)
SCCR provides support to cancer patients who live in the service area. It is registered non-profit charitable organization administered by an elected Board of Directors. A Resource Coordinator and Volunteers staff the office in Morden. The organization is funded entirely by the communities that it serves, in the form of grants, memoriam and donations.
400 – 34 Stephen Street, Morden, MB, R6M 2G3 Email: sccr@mts.net
Phone: 204-822-9541
Services For Seniors
306 North Railway St., Morden, MB, R6M 1S7 (Hours 8 am to 4 pm – Mon to Frid)
Contact: Karen Dyck or Verna Klassen
Email: servicesforseniors@mts.net
Phone: 204-822-5663
Website: www.mordenseniors.ca
South Central ASD Family Support Group
They bring support and awareness about autism and the autism spectrum to the Pembina Valley and surrounding areas. Their goals include information sharing, education and proactively supporting each other. They welcome ALL family, friends and support workers who are touched by the Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Email: southcentralasd@yahoo.ca
Website: http://southcentralasd.blogspot.com/
Contact Name:Dianne  204-822-4587 & Celeste 204-331-3357
South Central Regional Library
There is an excellent collection of resources at the local library. Library cards are free to Town of MOrden residents.
514 Stephen St., Morden, MB.
Phone: 204-822-4092
SMD (Society for Manitobans with Disabilities) – Central Regional Office
SMD is a family of organizations that are working together to improve the lives of persons with disabilities in Manitoba. Adult services provide vocational supports to persons with physical disabilities with the goal of attaining gainful employment. Children’s services use a family-centered approach. They work in consultation with schools, daycares and other support services to develop a plan that will make a difference in every aspect of a child’s life.
100 – 30 Stephen Street, Morden, MB, R6M 2G3
Toll Free: 1-800-269-5451 Telephone: 204-822-7412
Website: www.smd.mb.ca
Adult Vocational Rehabilitation Counsellor – Sandy Mitchell – 204-822-7410 Email
Children’s Rehabilitation Counsellor – Jeannie Nickel – 204-822-7411 Email Email
SPECIAL OLYMPICS – Morden Bravehearts
The Special Olympics program for people with disabilities in Morden offers its athletes a great variety of sports and games.
409 – 4th Street, Morden, MB, R6M 1N9
Contact: Joanne Hartry
Phone: 204-822-6376
WELCOME WAGON – Morden Branch
Do you know someone who has moved and is new to Morden?
Having a Baby or know someone who is?
For free information and gifts from your community contact: Welcome Wagon at 1-844-299-2466 or 1-844-2WWAGON