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Huddle is a safe space for youth ages 12–29, offering free, trauma-informed and culturally safe health services in a youth-friendly atmosphere.

Hi! Welcome to Huddle. The first thing that you need to know about us is we’re on your side. We know it’s not easy to reach out for help when you need it, or even to find exactly what you’re looking for. We’re set up to make all of that easier.

Here, you’ll find a safe and cozy space, a warm community of open-minded folks, and all the proper care you deserve, free of charge.

Whether you want to meet with a mental health counselor, Elder or Knowledge Keeper, career advisor, peer supporter, or nurse practitioner, you can do it in the comfort of a Huddle location. Indigenous ways of healing and other cultural practices are part of your well-being, so they’re part of our offer too.

If you need help, or just a safe space to hang out and feel welcomed, our doors are open and we’re here to listen.

Get Involved

We have six Huddle locations to serve youth in Manitoba, spread across Winnipeg, Selkirk, and Brandon.

We know it’s not easy to go somewhere new, especially if you’re feeling nervous, so we’ve provided lots of information on each Huddle site to help you get to know the people and the space before you check us out.

Keep up with Huddle

Follow Huddle for updates on the latest community events across all our youth hubs, plus helpful tools to live a healthier life.

We acknowledge that our work in what is known as Manitoba takes place across the homelands of the Anishinaabeg, Anisininew, Cree, Dene, Dakota and Red River Métis peoples. This land is also host to Inuit neighbours.

Specifically, Huddle sites currently operate in Treaty 1 and Treaty 2.

We also acknowledge the water we drink comes from Treaty 3 territory of Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, and our electricity comes from Treaty 5 territory.

We acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past, the legacy still with us today, and dedicate ourselves to moving forward in partnership with Indigenous communities in a spirit of truth, reconciliation, and collaboration.