Huddle Selkirk

This Huddle is in development and coming soon!

Our Huddle will offer health and wellness services, including primary care (seeing a doctor or nurse about your physical and sexual health), mental health services, culturally-safe addictions support, and more. We integrate Indigenous healing practices and traditions with Western medicine, for a well-rounded, accessible approach to health care for all. 

Our services will be available both on and offline, making it easier to find what you need and to reach out for help in whatever ways make you most comfortable. We’re building a space that has a youth focus, prioritizing your comfort and safety first. Stay tuned for updates on our opening!

Who we are

Our integrated youth services at Huddle Selkirk are provided by Peguis First Nation in partnership with the Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority, the Lord Selkirk School Division, CMHA Interlake Eastern Region, Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM), the PASS program (Promoting Aboriginal Student Success), the START program, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

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 services providers to show the same respect to others and to celebrate each other’s differences.

Questions? Contact Us

Huddle Selkirk


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

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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.

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, Oji-Cree, Assiniboine, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the birthplace of the Métis Nation.