"Growing Years is a family resource centre.  We strive to
​establish and maintain an essential range of services and programs.  We encourage healthy family relations and equip parents to care for their children."
Growing Years provides:
  • Mutual trust and confidentiality.​
  • ​Flexibility to meet individual and family needs.
  • Free access to services and resources.
  • An opportunity to socialize and form support networks with other parents/caregivers​​.
Monday              9:00-noon/1:00-4:00
​Tuesday            9:00-noon/1:00-4:00​
​Wednesday       9:00-noon/closed
​Thursday​​           9:00-noon/1:00-4:00
​Friday                 9:00-noon/1:00-4:00
​Saturday            closed
Sunday               closed​​​  

(If schools are closed due to bad weather, Growing Years is closed as well.) ​
The Shoppe
Growing Year's in-house store where parents are able to shop for free, good quality clothing and toys for their family.  Donation of clean and gently used clothing, toys and books are welcome.
Whole Baby Love​
~ Healthy Child Manitoba

A  program available to pre and post natal parents with infants up to one year of age that promotes healthy infant development.  Child care for toddlers is provided.
New Baby Love

New Baby Love is a free program for parents with breastfeeding infants. Drop-in and share with other breastfeeding Moms. A Public Health Nurse will be here too.

216 Manitoba Avenue
Selkirk, Manitoba
​R1A 0Y5
Phone: 204.785.8218
Fax: 204.482.6667
Email:  gryears@mts.net
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                     ​All rights reserved.
Healthy Child Manitoba

Community Action Program for Children (CAPC)
Health Canada - Childrens' Products Recalls
WEE Play/CHAT Room
A parent and child together play program. Parent led, staff supported. Come & go. 
Practical Parenting
​A program for parents provided in a relaxing, accepting, and enjoyable environment where parents share information, strategies, techniques and challenges. Parts of the Triple P Parenting Program are used in this program. Registration is required.
Doc Talk
​A Drop-in offering parents with children 0-6 years of age a chance to talk with Dr. Csupak or a Primary Care Nurse on topics such as: child nutrition, behavioral issues, sleep and other family health concerns.