Interfaith Health Care Association of Manitoba

Welcome to IHCAM 

The Interfaith Health Care Association of Manitoba (IHCAM) is a voluntary non-profit provincial association created in 1995 and comprised of health and social care organizations that are owned and operated by nine faith groups; Baptist, Catholic, Jewish, Lutheran, Mennonite , Pentecostal, Salvation Army, Seventh-Day Adventist and United. IHCAM advocates on behalf of its membership the value of faith-based health care and governance.

IHCAM’smember organizations represent over 13% of Manitoba’s health care budget employing over 10,000 staff and attracting over 2000 community volunteers.

To view our current newsletter, click September 2021 Newsletter  


Recent News

IHCAM Fall Newsletter
September 22, 2021
IHCAM June 2021 Newsletter
July 29, 2021
Faith based care homes seek vaccine requirements
July 29, 2021
IHCAM Spring 2021 Newsletter
March 24, 2021
Virtual Entertainment offered by U of M and IHCAM
December 14, 2020

The Faculty of Kinesiology & Recreation Director, Centre on Aging at the University of Manitoba  and IHCAM have partnered in a project funded by the federal government’s New Horizons for Seniors Program. 

The funding is intended to help find ways that older residents living in long-term care can be engaged virtually, given the very challenging situation that the pandemic creates. 

Michelle Porter, Professor at the University of Manitoba, Julie Turenne-Maynard of IHCAM are being supported by students who are compiling virtual entertainment and activities and creating a weekly newsletter and calendar for use by PCHs, and anyone else seeking entertainment.

To view and participate in events, click on the two links below:

Virtual Calendar and Newsletter - Dec. 14, 2020

Virtual Calendar and Newsletter - Dec. 7, 2020


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