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

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Recent News

October 10, 2023
September 26, 2022

If you are looking for employment, please click on the following links to see positions that are currently available at IHCAM Member facilities:



Bethania Group:

Calvary Place:

Centre de Santé:

Donwood Manor:

Fred Douglas Society:

Holy Family Home:

Lindenwood Retirement Living is
seeking a Spiritual Care Coordinator

Lions Manor:

Luther Home:

Meadowood Manor:

Misericordia Health Centre:

Park Manor:

Sara Riel Inc.:

Saul & Claribel Simkin Centre:


St. Boniface Hospital:


Eden Health Care Services—Winkler:

Rest Haven Personal Care HomeSteinbach:

Rock Lake Health District:

Salem Home—Winkler:

Ste. Rose Health Centre:

Tabor Home—Morden:

Villa Youville Sainte-Anne:

Winnipegosis & District Health Centre:

Faith based care homes seek vaccine requirements
July 29, 2021
Faith Helps Fuel Canada's GDP
October 6, 2020
New research, "Faith Helps Fuel Canada's GDP" is a first ever study of Canada's Hidden Economy. This new research suggests religion produces measurable economic contributions to the common good: a 67.5 billion annual investment in Canadian society.  
"Amid pandemic-related job loss and economic worries, new research done by Brian and Melissa Grimm suggests there is a sector of Canadian society that plays an important, but often unrecognized, economic role: religion. The Hidden Economy: How Faith Helps Fuel Canada’s GDP, a new report from think tank Cardus, finds that religion’s annual contribution to Canadian society is worth an estimated $67.5 billion. That’s large enough to be the ninth biggest enterprise in the country – ahead of the Bank of Montreal. (See Cardus for full study or RFBF for overview.)Brian Grim, RFBF President
Using a Framework of Hope During Covid-19 Crisis
May 27, 2020

The following is an interesting article using the framework of hope to cope with this pandemic.

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