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Phone 204-202-6570
Email info@selahplace.ca

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who Can apply?

We welcome women at every stage of pregnancy, regardless of age, race, religion, color, social background, national origin, or marital status.

We encourage you to seek our assistance as early in your pregnancy as possible so we can design a program to meet your specific needs.

How Do I apply?

There are four steps in the application process:

  1. Reach out: Let us know that you’re interested in calling 204-816-9666 or filling out the inquiry form at the bottom of this page.
  2. Apply & Tour: Complete the full housing application, meet some of our staff and take an informal tour of our homes.
  3. Interview: A formal housing interview will be conducted where you’ll have the opportunity to ask and answer questions about yourself and your needs. (Background & medical records may be required as part of this process.)
  4. Acceptance: A formal decision of acceptance will typically be made within 24-48 hours, based on space availability and our ability to meet your personal needs.

Where will I be living?

You will be living in a safe, supportive environment with other pregnant and parenting women in *** _____________ 

How long can I stay?

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Can I continue to see my babies father/friends?

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do i get my own room?

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How does one complete the program?

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Do I have to be pregnant or parenting to be admitted into the program?

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How do I donate new, or gently used items to Selah Place? (Gift in Kind)

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