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Huddle Selkirk

At our youth hub, you take the lead

We’re a warm, vibrant social space that offers free counseling, addictions support, cultural healing and ceremony, primary care (seeing a doctor or nurse about your physical and sexual health), youth employment services, recreation, and more. Stop in, grab a coffee, charge your phone, relax and stay awhile. Here, you’re empowered to make your own choices toward the care you want, when you want it. We want you to feel comfortable and respected, free from judgment and misunderstanding.

We are passionate advocates for our Indigenous communities and their wellness, but we welcome all of our surrounding neighbours to Huddle.

What we do

There are so many free events and programs you can join at Huddle Selkirk! You’ll find mental health counselling, youth employment services, ping pong and video games, Indigenous healing ceremonies, group activities like board games and self-care activities, and so much more. Check out our event calendar to see what’s coming up!

Ongoing Weekly Programming:

Our programming is a combination of drop-in and appointment. It might change from time to time, so feel free to call ahead to confirm. Our Facebook page “Huddle Selkirk” will also have our monthly calendar displayed.  

Mondays

Peer Support/ Drop-In
10am – 6pm

Mental Health Clinician
9am – 5pm
**Drop-in & appointments

Youth Substance Counsellor
1pm – 4:30pm

Tuesdays

Peer Support/ Drop in
10am-6pm

Mental Health Clinician
9am – 5pm
**Drop-in & appointments

Wednesday

Peer Support/ Drop-In
12 am-8pm

Mental Health Clinician
9am – 5pm
**Drop-in & appointments

 

Thursdays

Peer Support/ Drop-In
12pm – 8pm

Mental Health Clinician
9am – 5pm
**Drop-in & appointments

**We offer FREE rides home
from 7-7:30pm on Thursdays. Call the office to set up. 

Fridays

Peer Support/ Drop in
12pm-8pm

Mental Health Clinician
9am – 5pm
**Drop-in & appointments

Where we are

806 Manitoba Avenue 
Selkirk Manitoba
R1A 2H4
 

Hours of Operation

Monday:  9:00-4:00
Tuesday – Thursday: 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Friday:  9:00-7:00.
 
We offer FREE rides home between 7:00-7:30pm every Thursday evening. Please call our office to set up a ride home.

Closed on Saturdays, Sundays & Mondays, except for special events

Contact Us
204-482-9813
Email: huddleselkirk@peguisfirstnation.ca

Facebook & Instagram: @HuddleSelkirk

Phone and emails are not monitored 24/7. Visit our Contact Page for more resources if you need immediate help.

How to get here

Huddle Selkirk is located at the Peguis building on Manitoba Avenue (and near Mercy Street) near the railroad tracks and across the street from Selkirk Mental Health Centre.

We have FREE parking in front of the building. 

We offer FREE rides home between 7:00-7:30pm every Thursday evening. Please call our office to set up a ride home.

Will’s Taxi: 204-482-4111
Papa Rides: 204-904-7561
Bruno Taxi: 204-406-0710 

Who we are

Jared Walker (He/Him)

Peer Leader

Jared Walker

Hello there, my name is Jared Walker I am a member of Peguis first nation. I grew up in Grand Beach, MB where I played hockey and lacrosse in my younger years. I’ve won numerous championships, lots of different tournaments. I moved to Selkirk, MB where I live to this day. I am a father of 5, and when i'm not working I enjoy spending time with my fiancé, fishing, playing guitar. I’ve worked numerous construction jobs, but I found something I truly love doing and that’s being a peer leader, spending time with the youth, the activities. I look forward to getting to know yous and working with yous!

Ryan Mayo (He/Him)

Peer Leader

Ryan Mayo

Hi, my name is Ryan Mayo (he/him) and I’m a member of Peguis First Nation. I lived in Selkirk most of my life other places I lived, Brandon, The Pas and Peguis. I enjoy playing sports, fishing and being with family. I’m a very easy going person with lots of life experience and I enjoy meeting new people and hearing their story’s. This is why I love being a peer leader at Huddle Selkirk so come down and say hi, I look forward to meeting you

Gertrude Johnson

Mental Health Clinician

Gertrude Johnson

Hello, my name is Gertrude Johnson, and I am from Peguis First Nation. I have joined the team at Huddle Selkirk as the Mental Health Wellness and Support Worker. I support children, youth and young adults through direct culturally appropriate promotion, prevention and treatment services within the mental health system. Using a holistic indigenous informed lens supports individuals towards their goals for better health and well-being allowing them to work on their emotional, mental, spiritual and physical well-being. I am pleased to be a part of the Huddle Selkirk team and look forward to meeting and working with you all.

At Huddle, youth have a safe space to be authentically themselves. We welcome and respect people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, ethnicities, faiths, race/nationalities, and abilities.

We empower all youth, families, and service providers to show the same respect to others and to celebrate each other’s differences

Get Involved

Create positive change in your community and lead by example! If you’re between the ages of 12 and 29, come join our Youth Advisory Council—we’d love to have you. You’ll get the chance to help plan events, make decisions for our youth-led programming, and provide mentorship to other youth seeking support.

We also have openings available on our Family Advisory Council, to help shape the programs and services we offer for the caregivers and caring adults who support youth.

Catch up with Huddle Selkirk

Follow Huddle Selkirk for updates on the latest events happening at our youth hub and helpful tools to live a healthier life.

Catch up with Huddle Selkirk

Follow Huddle Winnipeg Centre for updates on the latest events happening at our youth hub and helpful tools to live a healthier life.

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

Our youth hubs are located on Treaty 1 and Treaty 2 territories. These lands on which we gather are the traditional territories of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Anisininew, Assiniboine, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the birthplace of the Métis Nation.