The Nest supports participants in learning the life skills and coping strategies they need to meet their individual goals, maintain their sobriety, and eventually transition to independent living.
The Hygiene Program
The Hygiene Program provides community members with the opportunity to make use of showers and laundry machines, with all the amenities needed, at no cost.
Drop-In & Meals
At Siloam Mission, hope begins with a meal. By first filling basic needs, we can help our guests begin to look at a better future. Once inside our doors, people have access to all of our programs and services.
Our Clothing Program gives our guests the opportunity to pick out much needed clothing and hygiene items free of charge, and with dignity and respect.
Hannah’s Place Emergency Shelter
A warm bed in a safe place restores health to the body and soul. Siloam Mission has been able to offer a safe, clean and dignified place to sleep for people experiencing homelessness since May, 2007.
There are two major obstacles standing in the way for people living on the streets who want to move forward—housing and employment. We pride ourselves in our innovative programming designed to help our guests secure fulfilling and sustainable employment opportunities.
Saul Sair Health Centre
Thanks to a $1 million gift from the estate of late Winnipeg pharmacist Mr. Saul Sair, Siloam Mission was able to build an onsite, comprehensive health centre to address the complex health care needs of those experiencing poverty and homelessness.
The Transition Services program helps guests take critical next steps and move forward in their lives through goal setting, weekly meetings, support and accountability.
Spiritual Care & Cultural Connections
Because addressing homelessness is not just about meeting physical needs; our spiritual care program provides opportunity and resources for our community to connect with deeper meaning, cultural identity, and spirituality.
Mental Health & Wellness
Since the fall of 2016 our Intervention Specialist has provided mental health support to the 500-700 individuals who access Siloam’s services on a daily basis.
Community education helps to change hearts and inspire young people to live compassionately – and creatively.
The Madison is a supportive housing facility in Wolseley that provides 85 people a dignified place to call “home.”
Exit Up! Youth Supports
Launched in May, 2014, and is a multi-faceted program enabling Indigenous youth that have experience in the Child Welfare System to manage and achieve their goals. This is done through the provision of housing and supports.