Community Development

WRHA Partnerships 2017 to 2018

WRHA Partnerships is annually updated by Colleen Schneider, Manager of Local Health Involvement Groups. This was formerly known as the Community Development Inventory and Guide.

This tenth edition is intended to support the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority staff and programs, program advisory councils, and others. As regional public participation strategies evolve, it is hoped that this tool will be useful in informing others about the broad range and extent of partnerships and the level of engagement currently in place throughout the Winnipeg Health Region.

WRHA Partnerships provides ideas and contact information, which can enable on-going development of partnerships and collaborative efforts. This listing of partnerships was undertaken by the Regional Director of Primary Health Care.

Each of the WRHA Community Area and Program Teams has contributed to the content of this document. Community development and public participation are very complex especially when considering the size and diversity of the Winnipeg Health Region and further, the numerous communities (both geographic and stakeholder based) within the region. Any feedback/comments you may have can be directed to:

Jeanette Edwards
Regional Director
Primary Health Care and Chronic Disease
496 Hargrave Street
Winnipeg, MB, R3A 0X7
Phone: 940-8573
Fax: 940-8575
WRHA Partnerships 2017


WRHA Partnerships 2017

Purpose of WRHA Partnerships

A. Community Areas

Assiniboine South


Fort Garry


Point Douglas

River East

River Heights

St. Boniface

St. James-Assiniboia

St. Vital

Seven Oaks


B. Program Teams

Indigenous Health Program

Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Child Health

Clinical Health Psychology

Home Care

Long Term Care

Manitoba Renal Program

Medicine Program

Mental Health

Oral Health

Primary Care: Healthy Aging

Population & Public Health: Healthy Parenting

Population & Public Health: Healthy Sexuality & Harm Reduction

Population & Public Health: Injury Prevention

Population & Public Health: Nutrition

Population & Public Health: Physical Activity

Population & Public Health: Tuberculosis

Regional PCH Program

Rehab & Geriatrics Program

Palliative Care

Primary Care - Community Development & Support Services to Seniors

Social Work

Spiritual Health

Women's Health

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