We Value People.

Rooted in the teachings and life of Jesus Christ, our vision is to provide an environment that equips, empowers, and educates individuals and families to live a full and vibrant life.

My biggest struggle was alcoholism, and that started when my mom passed away. I grew up in a foster home. I was the last of 15 kids. I got tired of life.

Waking up losing jobs, friends, and not remembering what I did the night before, body in pain, and I just woke up one morning tired of it and I prayed for help.
I was just in bondage for so so many years. I started drinking at 14. Then I started having this relationship with this guy, but it was a very abusive relationship.

So I didn’t have a home, and I just continued to drink. I landed in jail… and there someone had cut out a scripture that said “Behold, I stand at the door and knock and if anyone hears my voice I will come with him and He with me”
I am a Probation Officer (with an office at Central Station). I got connected at Central Station by hearing about it from my clients.

They would come out to Morden to see me, and they would say that they had gotten a ride from Central Station staff which was fantastic because a lot of our people have a hard time getting to Morden.

Upcoming Programs & Events

From Cafe 545 to the Advocacy Office, we have many programs and events open weekly. To view the full calendar, click Community Calendar.

Come visit us at our new location 555 Main St.

We are open! Please call us to chat, sign-up for Food Cupboard or with any other questions or needs you may have.

  • Monday: 9am - 6:30pm
    Tuesday - Thursday: 9am - 5pm
    Friday: 9am - 12pm
  • info@winklercentralstation.ca
  • 204-325-0257

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