TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF SERVICES RESULTING FROM COVID-19:  IN EFFECT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

In an effort to safeguard the health and safety of SERC clients, staff, volunteers and the general public, we are temporarily suspending all trainings and workshops at SERC and in the community, including schools. The SERC Winnipeg and Brandon office are both temporarily closed to in-person visits, but staff are available via email at info@serc.mb.ca… Read More

Executive Director Blog: The Future of Youth Sexual Health Education in Manitoba AKA What’s up with Teen Talk?

Nicole Chammartin is the Executive Director of Klinic and SERC. The work of these organizations focuses on health, community development, mental health, sexuality, equity, and social justice. In this blog Nicole writes about the important work of these organizations, leadership, and the larger world of community and sexual health.   For the last few months,… Read More

Answering Questions: Transgender in Manitoba

Nicole Chammartin is the Executive Director of Klinic and SERC. The work of these organizations focuses on health, community development, mental health, sexuality, equity, and social justice. In this blog Nicole writes about the important work of these organizations, leadership, and the larger world of community and sexual health.   Follow the Trans Health Klinic on… Read More

Help build harassment-free workplaces

SERC, Occupational Health Centre and Klinic Community Health have partnered to create and deliver a cutting edge curriculum to address workplace sexual harassment. While we’ve been hard at work researching the topic and consulting with experts in the field, getting input and feedback from folks like you will ensure that this project delivers a meaningful… Read More

Executive Director Blog: I’ve been everywhere…

Nicole Chammartin is the Executive Director of Klinic and SERC. The work of these organizations focuses on health, community development, mental health, sexuality, equity, and social justice. In this blog Nicole writes about the important work of these organizations, leadership, and the larger world of community and sexual health.   First, let me say that… Read More