CAHRD is a non-profit, human resource development organization that delivers Literacy, Education, Training and Employment services to the urban Aboriginal population of Winnipeg. CAHRD does this by enhancing the services and programs it provides through successful partnerships with Community, Government, Industry and other Post-Secondary institutions.
For the past thirty years the Inter-Provincial Association on Native Employment Inc. (IANE) has been working with its partners to promote the hiring of Aboriginal people. We have seen a steady progress of exciting initiatives, strategies and programs designed to meet the needs of the growing Aboriginal workforce.
Macdonald Youth Services (MYS), a registered charitable organization, has been providing children and their families with a range of quality treatment and support services since 1929. We are a child-centered, family-focused treatment agency, committed to a systemic approach in the delivery of our programs and services.
Since 1996 the Occupational Rehabilitation Group of Canada (ORGOC) has been providing disability case management consulting services to a variety of organizations including government departments, Workers Compensation Boards, insurance companies, law firms, automobile insurance agencies, employee associations and private sector employers.
Pre-employment skill development, career counselling, and paid work experience placements.
The Canadian Centre on Disability Studies (CCDS) has a mandate dedicated to research, education, and information dissemination on disability issues.CCDS is guided by the philosophies of independent living and community living. The philosophy emphasizes human rights, self-determination, interdependence, equality, a cross-disability focus, and full and valued participation of all citizens in the community. While CCDS is a university affiliated centre we are also committed to fostering a spirit of collaboration among the disability community, government and academia.
The Canadian Forces (CF) recognize the many challenges facing families every day as a result of the military lifestyle and also recognize the important role played by families in maintaining troop morale.
The Winnipeg Transition Centre was incorporated in 1989 as a non-profit organization. The WTC is funded by Manitoba Education and Training in order to provide effective re-employment and career services to individuals and groups.