Together for the Community

Every day, Réseau Compassion Network brings together people inspired to serve Manitobans where the need is greatest. We are determined to identify emerging and unmet needs in the communities we serve. 

We are responsible for a family of 13 health, social and human service agencies, where every day, nearly 7,900 people of all faiths, traditions and cultures make a difference in the lives of those who come through our doors in times of need. 

We want to invest in bold, innovative solutions to make a difference in the lives of people who face barriers related to complex poverty, which includes four factors: employment and income, overall well-being, social exclusion and housing.

Together, our members represent a network of organizations working along a continuum of care. 

Our services are delivered in five main areas of care:

1. Primary, Community and Mental Health Care
2. Acute Care
3. Long-term Care
4. Comprehensive Services to People Living with Developmental Disabilities
5. Housing and Social Services

Through the services offered by our member organizations, and our own projects and initiatives, Réseau Compassion Network aims to be an important partner in ensuring the vitality of our communities, where everyone can aspire to reach their full potential.


Carried forward by the legacy of the pioneering religious women who came before us, Réseau Compassion Network honors the traditions of the past by continuing to help people. With a spirit of love and compassion, we find the person within each individual, so that we can better understand their situation and their needs.

Our Promise to our Communities:

• We accompany people and offer help and hope
• We provide a welcoming and understanding environment
• We, and our network of organizations, are part of a community of shared values
• We have compassion for each individual’s needs
• We are committed to providing excellence in our work and our programs

Our Commitment to the Francophone Community:

Réseau Compassion Network is proud to be a signatory to the Ottawa Declaration, which includes thirteen (13) major principles, six values and seven commitments that serve to inspire health and social service institutions to prioritize their actions in order to improve the offer of services and programs serving the French-speaking population. Eleven (11) of our member organizations are designated bilingual or offer services in both official languages.

To learn more about the Ottawa Declaration, please click here.

To view Réseau Compassion Network’s signed commitment, click here.