Our mission is to promote and support the inclusion,
self-determination and empowerment of people with intellectual
disabilities in Manitoba’s communities.
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Community Living Manitoba is dedicated to the full inclusion of persons of all ages who live with an intellectual disability. Living, working and learning in an inclusive community means that all people — including those with an intellectual disability — have a variety of opportunities to contribute to their communities.

Community Living Manitoba is a strong provincial network of 11 Local Branches working together with partners, families and governments. We seek approaches to support the empowerment of people with intellectual disabilities in all aspects of their lives.

We are a board governed, grassroots organization that has always been comprised of self-advocates, family and community members, as well as members of Local Branches throughout the province.

Make a difference

There are many ways in which you can get involved and help lend your support. Community Living Manitoba has existed for more than 60 years and in that time as an organization has transitioned often. We continue to change and adjust with emerging issues as resources allow.

Volunteer

Do you have a skill, business, or service that you can volunteer? We would welcome your inquiry. As a community organization we are governed by a board of directors who offer their time and expertise. Diversity on our board is an effective way to ensure that we make informed decisions and represent the community accurately. Email us now!

Donate

Of course we always appreciate your donation. Whether you decide to give a one-time gift or a monthly gift you can choose which priority you would like to see your dollars applied to. Visit Canada Helps and when you click on donate you are offered the option of five priorities.

Click here to donate

Sponsor

Our programs and services are resourced through project funding. Sponsorship that enables people to attend our workshops and training is an additional boost. Families and people with intellectual disabilities often have limited income and benefit greatly by attending our network and learning events.

For more information on how you can make a difference, phone 204-786-1607 or email aclmb@aclmb.ca