The general wellness of mind, body and spirit is an important part of a good community.
The doctor’s office, Niverville Medical Clinic, is located on the 2nd floor of the Niverville Heritage Centre at 111-2nd Avenue South. Their phone number is 204-388-6626. Visit them at www.nivmedical.ca or check them out on facebook for recent notices and updates.
The community is located within the Hanover School Division and has 2 schools, one from Kindergarten to grade six and another from grade seven to twelve. The Niverville Co-operative Preschool group offers transition preschool for ages 3-5.
If a French program is desired, access is available to both the immersion programs in Ill des Chenes or St. Adolphe and bussing is available to Ecole Heritage Immersion in St. Pierre-Jolys. As well as the DSFM program has regular bus runs throughout the town to a variety of schools. Following High School, extension courses are offered via the Eastman Campus in Steinbach, for both university and college courses. Providence Bible College located 8 miles south in Otterburne offers a combination of college accredited courses and seminary classes.
Daycare is available within the community from both licensed and unlicensed sources. A recent initiative by Growing Minds Daycare has seen a larger licensed daycare that includes infant and afterschool programs setup in the Niverville Heritage Centre. Currently they are operating out of a newly renovated space with the entrance located on 2nd Avenue South. Below is a list of current daycare sources in the community. If you would like to see additions or deletions to this list please contact the administration office at 388-4600.
Niverville Helping Hands Ministry is a non-profit organization that provides emergency food assistance and financial counseling to those in need in Niverville and surrounding area. Currently, we serve Niverville, New Bothwell, Otterburne, St. Adolphe, Ste. Agathe, St. Pierre-Jolys and St. Malo.
It happens so often that unpredictable events occur in our lives and some matters are out of one’s hands. We feel very strongly that in such difficult and stressful times the Christian community must give a helping hand.
Foods, goods and monetary donations from the surrounding communities fuel our Food Bank. Every fall (and occasionally in the Spring) the Youth Groups of Niverville visit each home in town to pick up donated food for our annual Fall Food Drive. Christmas Hampers are our biggest campaign of the year. Christmas hampers include food for a festive feast, homemade cookies donated by the community, and toys for the children in every family.
If you are in need of immediate assistance, please call 392-5699 to request a hamper. All requests must be in by Wednesday at 6:00pm, of each week we are open. Hampers can be picked up every other Thursday between 4:00pm and 5:00pm. We are located in the lower level of the Niverville Community Fellowship Church at 116 3rd Avenue South in Niverville. Those wishing to assist can call the above number or email email@example.com.
At Niverville Helping Hands, our philosophy is:
If your compassionate nature and desire to interact with people calls you to this ministry, please call Sarah Hunt at 392-5699 or Email Us. Alternately, contact us by mail at:
Niverville Helping Hands Ministry
If you wish to make a donation, please make cheques payable to “Niverville Helping Hands Ministry”. All monetary donations, cash or cheque, of any amount will receive a Tax Receipt.
Food donations can be dropped off at our Drop Off location in the Niverville Big Way grocery store.
The community has a large faith base with a variety of services found throughout the 6 churches within the town. Additionally, there is a community prayer room located on Main Street with support services to those who are interested.