The vision of having “Community Offices” across our region has become the focus and mandate of our Non-Residential programming, as it has proven to be very beneficial as the first “point of” contact for families dealing with addiction.
The Community office facilitates action in the fight against addiction by supporting and referring people to real life-changing help — a strategy that ultimately serves the whole community as it initiates and helps provide long term lasting change. ATC believes that by working with and bringing communities together, we can effectively “Put Hope Within Reach” in the lives of those affected by a wide variety of life-controlling issues that plague our society.
Update January 2021: We are now activity looking for an office location and Ministry Manager in the Steinbach area. We currently have family support groups and non-residential programs running in Steinbach if you or a loved one are looking to connect please reach out.
As we move forward with plans to open a Community Office in Steinbach this year, we are pleased to welcome Merle Plett to the team. Merle will serve the ministry by helping with the programs and awareness in the community.
Ministry Manager: Now Hiring
Phone: 204-949-9484 *Local # Coming Soon
Address: Coming Soon
Hours of Operation: Coming Soon
Advisory Committee: Stuart Derksen, Kevin Plett, Eric Enns, Tammy Bergen, Ewald Kasdorf.
The primary purpose of the community advisory committee is to promote ATC endeavours and offer encouragement and prayer coverage to the ATC ambassadors in the community.
This committee should consist of respectable community members who are mature Christ followers. Committee members must provide a solid spiritual example, as well as represent the ministry in-line with ATC standards, Vision and Mission.
Steinbach Community Office Team