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Safe & Healthy Communities is a registered charity made up of a group of volunteers from a variety of organizations that work collaboratively to promote safety, manage risks, and create awareness around injury prevention. The organization has identified four areas of need in our community: transportation safety, fall protection, school programs, and substance use. A committee of interagency volunteers will work together in each area to address the needs of local residents, provide education, and create programs that improve the quality of life in Assiniboia and area.

The organization's initiatives enhance the welfare of our community by providing education, events, and community programs.


Be sure to follow us on Facebook for updates and announcements! Click the logo below to go to our page. 


Car Seat Clinic and BBQ

  • May 30, 2024


Mental Health Team

BBQ and kick off to 

Chalk the Walk 

  • June 21, 2024



Parachute’s Safe Kids Week (SKW) will take place June 3-9, 2024. The campaign hashtag is #SafeForYourKids  Click on the picture to go to their site.

With your support, we can continue working to improve the health and safety of our families and friends

Safe & Healthy Communities has ongoing opportunities to volunteer and give back to the community

Contact us for information on our activities or education on safety initiatives 

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Health Charities Coalition of Canada (HCCC) Website link

How to Health Guide - click on the pdf icon
If you or someone you love and care for is trying to find health services, support or
information for an illness or disease, there are actions you can take to help get the
best possible care.
This is a guide to help you learn how to:                                                                                    
How to Health Guide
• Understand the health care system
• Find the information and services you need

• Review and evaluate the information you find
• Talk with your doctor or health care provider
• Ask for a second opinion
• Manage your condition
• Pay for your medication
• Participate in a clinical trial
• Advocate and ask for the support you need


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