Youth aging out of care from Child and Family Services (CFS) have important adult decisions to make about where to live, how to get an education or job, and how to build healthy relationships. Building Futures supports young adults transition to adulthood.
Building Futures works with youth 16–30 years old, presently or formally in care of Child and Family Services (CFS) in Manitoba.
CMHA’s role in Building Futures
Youth Service Navigation is CMHA’s work with youth to navigate adult support systems and decision-making. We can support youth to get ready to find and budget for housing, employment or education, or support.
Building Futures Counselling is CMHA’s no-cost counselling to support youth with living, relationship or other issues important to them.
To find out more about Building Futures, or to make a referral, please contact:
Youth Service Navigator
Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba and Winnipeg
930 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg MB R3G 0P8
Ph. 204-982-6126, Fax. 204-982-6128
- Building Futures Brochure
- Building Futures Program Poster
- Building Futures Counselling Service Poster
The Building Futures Initiative
This initiative includes partner organizations that deliver a range of support services:
- Youth Service Navigation to help youth plan the transition from youth services to full adult independence – Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba and Winnipeg.
- Counselling (no cost) – Canadian Mental Health Association, Manitoba and Winnipeg.
- Financial Counselling – Community Financial Counseling Services
- Employment Supports – Youth Employment Services (Y.E.S.)
Building Futures partner organizations: