Because everyone is meant for significance, SSCOPE Inc. exists to partner with like-minded people to provide engaging and sustainable social enterprises that facilitate dignity and unleash the potential of those with mental health issues. Our approaches are holistic, compassionate and empowering… to create exceptional solutions for exceptional people.
SSCOPE Inc. is a Winnipeg-based registered charity and nonprofit that provides casual and part-time employment opportunities, through our social enterprise business ventures, to those coping and recovering from mental health issues. Our average current employment team is 50-60.
We are primarily (80%) self funded through our business revenues, with the balance coming through generous private donations and the support of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA).
SSCOPE Services: SSCOPE specializes in year-round quality and affordable property maintenance services and also provides year round moving, pickup and delivery services and dump runs. Others services: vacant apartment and homes clean out and cleanup, janitorial services, general labour, vending machines, window washing,
Donate To SSCOPE: You can support SSCOPE and our work in several different ways. Support a new or expanded program with a tax-deductible financial donation, estate gifts or in-kind donations. Please call our donation services personnel, who will gladly assist you in determining the most effective way to help make a difference.
Volunteering with SSCOPE: If you would like to invest some time and talents into helping unlock the potential of our mentally disabled clientele and help them realize they were meant for significance, we would love to chat with you! Give us a call.
Work For SSCOPE: SSCOPE is accepting applications from those with a mental health disability for employment opportunities within our enterprises. We’d love to have you join our team!
If you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health crisis, please call the nearest distress centre.
If it is an emergency, call 9-1-1 or go to your local emergency department.