A representative from Community Living Selkirk can attend school or Government meetings with families that feel they require support to advocate for their child/family members' best interest.

Please call or email and connect with someone about your concern as we can connect you with other service providers/advocacy groups/families that may have useful information.

Accessing Advocacy Support is free of charge and does not commit you to any current/future services with us. 

Our goal is to assist you in advocating for the appropriate service/programming/funding for you and your family.

Community Living Selkirk advocates for individuals with intellectual disabilities to help them live the life they choose. Disability Matters Vote 2016 is a non-partisan public awareness campaign that aims to bring disability issues to the forefront of political agendas for the Manitoba provincial election in April.

See our history page to find out more about advocacy and Community Living Selkirk!