IRCOM’s transitional housing provides newcomer families with accommodation for up to three years.
IRCOM House Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides safe, affordable transitional housing for newcomer families from more than 20 countries. IRCOM House Inc. operates two residential buildings in the heart of Winnipeg, a 60-unit housing complex at 215 Isabel and a 66-unit housing complex at 95 Ellen Street. IRCOM House Inc. offers a mix of one, two, three, and four-bedroom apartments to accommodate families of all sizes.
IRCOM House Inc. is managed by the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba, Inc., a separate non-profit charitable organization that assists newcomers with affordable and accessible housing services and capacity building programs.
Both buildings offer such conveniences as proximity to schools, libraries, stores and shopping centres, places of worship, social service agencies, government offices, and recreational facilities. Being minutes from Downtown Winnipeg, IRCOM House also provides its residents with a closeness to employment opportunities, with easy access to various support service agencies, and all of the conveniences presented by a Downtown City Centre.
IRCOM House welcomes new Canadian families to live in our transitional housing. To qualify to live at IRCOM House you must meet the following criteria:
Diversity Lives Here
IRCOM House works with people from many diverse backgrounds. Our programs benefit greatly from the wide range of experiences, opinions, and networks that our staff bring to IRCOM with them. Among the staff alone, approximately 20 languages are spoken, which facilitates conversation with the clients we serve. These languages include English, French, Spanish, Urdu, Amharic, Polish, Arabic, Oromo, Tigrinya, German, Karen, Tagalog, Swahili, Somali, Hindi, and others. IRCOM is an equal-opportunity employer and has staff from around the world.