A Home For Healing

Selah

(see-luh or say-luh) 

Hebrew origin, meaning to praise, lift up, and pause.

Our Mission

To provide a safe healing home to educate, equip and embolden mothers in need through housing, counseling, resources and the gospel in a Christian community.

Become a part of 'The Neighbourhood'

Join us as a monthly donor today and support a mother and her baby here in Winnipeg. With your donation of any amount you can be a part of a change.

Who are we?

Selah Place is a not-for-profit Christian organization that will teach women to be good mothers and to care for their children independently.

New and expecting mothers will be provided with transitional housing where they will be given the opportunity to learn basic life skills, complete their education, attend prenatal and parenting classes, and ultimately be prepared to manage a home.

Our  services will also ensure mothers have access to educational and vocational training/upgrading to build sustainable futures. Our service team will include trained professionals and volunteers to provide these women with a Christ-centered circle of care. Selah Place will allow us to surround these women with a Christian community and assist them in building healthy relationships and meaningful attachments that last.

Ways to help

We are unable to accept clothing and baby item donations.

If you’d like to volunteer sign up for our newsletter to hear when we’ll be putting a call out for volunteers. 

Monetary donations at this time are very appreciated. You can donate financially by following the link below. 

DID YOU KNOW?​

Manitoba has the HIGHEST number of children in CFS care in all of Canada. In 2020 there were 9,850 children in out-of-home care placements.

Would you like to support selah Place?

Since October 2021 we’ve been pursuing the opening, with a goal of 2023.

The intention for Selah Place is derived from the Hebrew word, to pause, to lift up and to praise. 

DID YOU KNOW?​

The University of Manitoba did a study and 33% of children in care graduated high school compared to 89% of children who’ve never come in contact with CFS.