Where to find us
Our clinic is part of Ka Ni Kanichihk, a trusted heart of Winnipeg's Indigenous community. You’ll find us on the 1st Floor at 765 Main Street in the big red brick Social Enterprise Centre, right near the train tracks. The entrance is located on Austin Street. Ring the doorbell and our staff will greet you at the door! If you find your way here from the main building entrance, that’s okay too!
You can lock your bike in the parking lot of the Social Enterprise Building from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Ka Ni Kanichihk Reserved parking spots available. Parking is also available on Sutherland Avenue and Austin Street.
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Q: What makes your clinic different?
Mino Pimatisiwin means 'the good life.' We believe all people deserve access to culturally safe health care so they can live a good life.
Q: What types of testing is available at the clinic?
First, we’ll ask about any specific symptoms or concerns that brought you to the clinic. Next, we’ll decide where we go from there with you. Testing is typically available for HIV, Hep B and C, syphilis, chlamydia, gonorrhea, bacterial vaginosis and trichomoniasis. We also have pregnancy tests.
Q: Do you provide traditional medicines?
We have traditional medicines available, and our [Knowledge Keepers, Elders, grandmothers and aunties… ] are there to provide guidance in traditional healing.
Q: What happens when someone comes to the clinic for the first time?
That’s totally up to you! We’ll talk about why you stopped by and take things one step at a time.
Q: Should I bring my partner?
We’d love to meet them, too. Make it a date!