The Community Homeless Assistance Team (CHAT) has a new-to-them vehicle and are selling the Caliber. Read on to learn more about the vehicle and to see the ad.
Job opportunity! The Downtown Winnipeg BIZ is seeking a new CEO. Read on to learn about the position and application deadline.
Downtown Winnipeg BIZ CEO Stefano Grande is moving on to provide leadership in another area dear to his heart. Read on to learn about his 14 year tenure here at the BIZ and where he’s heading.
Graham Mall is getting a facelift with new marketing materials, events and a new name!
Congratulations to Passero! Read on to learn more about the award they’ve won!
MEDIA RELEASE June 19, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Story Posts Project Launches in Downtown Winnipeg Winnipeg, Manitoba – The Story Posts Project launches today in downtown Winnipeg — challenging all to explore Canada’s relationship with Indigenous peoples and to stimulate …
MEDIA RELEASE June 14, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tackling Addiction & Homelessness Together The community Homelessness Assistance Team (CHAT) is determined to help those most in need of our services and to tackle issues associated with addiction and homelessness. That’s …
MEDIA RELEASE June 4, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tale of Two Toilets When you gotta go, you gotta go, but when you’re in the heart of downtown Winnipeg that can be a challenge. Downtown Winnipeg BIZ, and partners to the …
The fourth annual Indigenous Gardens have been planted, thanks to amazing volunteers. Plus, this year story posts, created in honour of truth and reconciliation will be installed to enhance the Indigenous Gardens.
C.H.A.T. provides one on one support to individuals struggling with homelessness, as well as addictions, in the downtown area. Support is consistently delivered from a social model that respects the clients’ right to self -determination as they address the impact of barriers such as mental health issues, alcoholism and addiction in their lives. We strive to develop relationships of trust with our participants and work together to attain and sustain stable housing as well as identify issues from withdrawal management to mental health concerns, from treatment to housing needs.