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Public Legal Education and Information Service of New Brunswick (PLEIS-NB) is a non-profit organization. Its goal is to provide New Brunswickers with information on the law. PLEIS-NB receives funding and in-kind support from the Department of Justice Canada, the New Brunswick Law Foundation and the New Brunswick Department of Justice. We gratefully acknowledge assistance in the preparation of this directory provided by the New Brunswick Executive Council Office.

Published by: Public Legal Education and Information Service of New Brunswick P.O. Box 6000, Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1 Tel: (506) 453-5369 Fax: (506) 462-5193 www.legal-info-legale.nb.ca

New Brunswick Executive Council Office P.O. Box 6000, Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1 Tel: (506) 453-8126 Fax: (506) 453-7977 www.gnb.ca/0012-e.asp

ISBN: 1-55396-040-8

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Acadian Peninsula Region Services for Victims . ......................................................................................6 Services for Agressors ................................................................................ 6-7 Financial Help and Other. ........................................................................... 7-9 Emergency ...............................................................................................10-11 Counselling . ................................................................................................. 11 Court and Legal. ........................................................................................... 12 Carleton Region Services for Victims . .................................................................................. 13 Services for Agressors ................................................................................. 13 Financial Help and Other .......................................................................13-15 Emergency .. . ..........................................................................................15-16 Counselling .. ................................................................................................ 16 Court and Legal. ........................................................................................... 17 Chaleur Region Services for Victims . .................................................................................. .18 Services for Agressors . ..........................................................................18-19 Financial Help and Other . ......................................................................19-21 Emergency . ............................................................................................21-22 Counselling . . ..........................................................................................22-23 Court and Legal. ........................................................................................... 23 Charlotte Region Services for Victims .. .................................................................................. 24 Services for Agressors . ..........................................................................24-25 Financial Help and Other. .......................................................................25-27 Emergency .. . ..........................................................................................27-29 Counselling . . ............................................................................................... 29 Court and Legal . . . ...................................................................................... 29

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Fredericton Region Services for Victims .. . ................................................................................ 30 Services for Aggressors . ............................................................................ .30 Financial Help and Other . . ....................................................................31-32 Emergency . .. . ........................................................................................33-34 Counselling . .. .........................................................................................34-35 Court and Legal . . . . .................................................................................... 35 Kings/Albert Region Services for Victims . .................................................................................. 36 Services for Aggressors .. ............................................................................ 36 Financial Help and Other .. .....................................................................36-38 Emergency . . ...........................................................................................38-39 Counselling .. ................................................................................................ 39 Madawaska/Victoria Region Services for Victims .. .................................................................................. 40 Services for Aggressors...........................................................................40-41 Financial Help and Other . .....................................................................41-43 Emergency . . ...........................................................................................43-44 Counselling .. . .............................................................................................. 45 Court and Legal. ........................................................................................... 45 Miramichi Region Services for Victims . ................................................................................. .46 Services for Aggressors ............................................................................... 46 Financial Help and Other . ......................................................................46-48 Emergency . .. . ........................................................................................48-49 Counselling . .. .............................................................................................. 49 Court and Legal. . ....................................................................................49-50

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Moncton Region Services for Victims . ................................................................................... 51 Services for Aggressors ..........................................................................51-52 Financial Help and Other. . .....................................................................52-55 Emergency. ..............................................................................................55-56 Counselling . . ............................................................................................... 57 Court and Legal .. ......................................................................................... 58 Restigouche Region Services for Victims . ................................................................................... 59 Services for Aggressors . ............................................................................. 59 Financial Help and Other . . ....................................................................59-61 Emergency .. . ............................................................................................... 62 Counselling . . ............................................................................................... 63 Court and Legal . .......................................................................................... 63 Saint John Region Services for Victims . .................................................................................. 64 Services for Aggressors .........................................................................64-65 Financial Help and Other .. .....................................................................65-70 Emergency . . ...........................................................................................70-71 Counselling .. ...........................................................................................72-73 Court and Legal . .....................................................................................73-74 Westmorland/Kent Region Services for Victims .. .................................................................................. 75 Services for Aggressors ..........................................................................75-76 Financial Help and Other. .......................................................................76-77 Emergency . ................................................................................................. 78 Counselling. .................................................................................................. 78 Court and Legal. ........................................................................................... 79 Provincial Services for Aggressors . ............................................................................. 80 Financial Help and Other .. .....................................................................80-81 Emergency . .................................................................................................. 81 Court and Legal .. ......................................................................................... 82

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SERVICES FOR VICTIMS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Victim Services

Provides support for victims in crisis situations, referrals to other services and support throughout the court process. Also offers support for children who are involved in the court proceedings.

NB Department of Public Safety Tracadie-Sheila T: 394-3690 F: 394-3651 Bathurst T: 547-2924

Family Services 220 St. Pierre Blvd.West Caraquet, N.B. E1W 1A5 T: 727-1866 F: 727-1862 Email: sfp2@nbnet.nb.ca

Provides support to victims of abuse through counselling and other violence prevention programs.

SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Family Services

Provides programs to prevent family violence and promote healthy families.

220 St. Pierre Blvd.West Caraquet, N.B. E1W 1A5 T: 727-1866 F: 727-1862 Email: sfp2@nbnet.nb.ca

Community Mental Health Centres NB Department of Health and Wellness 295 St. Pierre Blvd.West P.O. Box 5590 Caraquet, N.B. E1W 1B7 T: 726-2030 F: 726-2090

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

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Community Mental Health Centres Shippagan T: 336-3061 F: 336-3068 Tracadie-Sheila T: 394-3760 F: 394-3770

Probation Services NB Department of Public Safety Shippagan T: 336-3060

Provides probation and other community based services to adult and young offenders.

FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Canadian Mental Health Association

Promotes mental health in New Brunswick. Programs/services include: Educational workshops and presentations, advocacy services, referrals and general information.

239-A J. D. Gauthier Blvd. Shippagan, N.B. E8N 1N2 T: 336-4932

Family and Community Social Services NB Department of Family and Community Services 295 St. Pierre Blvd.West Caraquet, N.B. E1W 1B7 T: 726-2000 F: 726-2755

Provides support and programs for children, adults and families dealing with family violence, including prevention and intervention services.

Shippagan T: 336-3044 F: 336-3056 Tracadie-Sheila T: 394-3838 F: 394-3844

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Family and Community Social Services NB Department of Family and Community Services Neguac T: 776-3833 F: 776-3849

Human Resources Development NB Department of Family and Community Services 430 Main Street P.O. Box 5001 Neguac, N.B. E9G 1H5 T: 776-3800 F: 776-3807

Provides programs and services for people who need financial assistance and support to help them become self-sufficient. Specific programs are available for clients who need the services of a transition house.

Caraquet 20E St-Pierre Blvd. West P.O. Box 5516 Caraquet, N.B. E1W 1B7 T: 726-2055 F: 726-2076 Shippagan 245 J.-D. Gautier Blvd. Shippagan, N.B. E8S 1N3 T: 336-3025 F: 336-3036 Tracadie-Sheila 3514-102 Main St. Tracadie-Sheila, N.B. E1X 1C9 T: 394-3800 F: 394-3808

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Housing

Helps those with limited incomes to obtain adequate housing while promoting economic self reliance. Programs and services include public housing, home orientation management workshops, rural and native rental services and subsidized rental assistance.

NB Department of Family and Community Services 18 Principale St. Lamèque, N.B. E0B 1V0 T: 344-3033 F: 344-3038

Public Health Offices NB Department of Health and Wellness 295 St. Pierre Blvd.West P.O. Box 5590 Caraquet, N.B. E1W 1B7 T: 726-2025 F: 726-2040

Supports healthy growth and development, fosters healthy lifestyles, controls communicable diseases, and protects the public from health risks associated with chemical, physical and biological agents. Some programs include early childhood initiatives, addictions prevention and community nutrition.

3520 Principale St. Tracadie-Sheila, N.B. E1X 1C9 T: 394-3888 F: 394-3858 239B J.-D. Gauthier Blvd. P.O. Box 5001 Shippagan, N.B. E8S 1T1 T: 336-3061 F: 336-3068 1175 Principale St. Neguac, N.B. E9G 1T1 T: 776-3876 F: 776-3849

Acadian Peninsula Resource Centre for Parents 220 St. Pierre Blvd.West, Suite 100 Caraquet, NB E1W 1A5 T: 727-1860 F: 727-1862 Email: crfpa@nb.aibn.com Website: www.nald.ca/nbfrc.htm

Offers programs and support for parents such as counselling, drop-in centres, pre-school programs and a program for borrowing toys and other resources.

EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

L’Accueil Sainte-Famille Inc.

Provides a safe residence for women and children

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P.O. Box 3685, Stn. Main Tracadie-Sheila, N.B. E1X 1G5 T: 395-1500 F: 395-6677

living with family violence. Offers programs and services to help women realize their self-worth and gain independence. Also offers violence prevention and intervention programs.

L’Enfant-Jésus Hospital 1 St. Pierre Blvd.West P.O. Box 900 Caraquet, N.B. E1W 1B6 T: 727-3435 F: 726-2188

Provides local hospital services.

Lamèque Hospital 29 Hospital St. Lamèque, N.B. E8T 1C5 T: 344-2261 F: 344-3403 Neguac Health Centre 38 Otho St. Neguac, N.B. E9G 4H3 T: 776-3876 F: 776-3877 Miscou Health Centre Miscou, N.B. E8T 1Y8 T: 344-3434 Paquetville Health Centre 1096 Park St. P.O. Box 130 Paquetville, N.B. E8R 1J4 T: 764-2424 F: 764-2425 R.C.M.P. Tracadie-Sheila T : 393-3000

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EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Tracadie-Sheila Health Centre 400 Hospitalieres St., P.O. Box 3180, Main Stn. Tracadie-Sheila, N.B. E1X 1G5 T: 394-3000 F: 394-3034

COUNSELLING ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Acadian Peninsula Resource Centre for Parents

Offers programs and support for parents such as counselling, drop-in centres, pre-school programs and a program for borrowing toys and other resources.

220 St. Pierre Blvd.West, Suite 100 Caraquet, NB E1W 1A5 T: 727-1860 F: 727-1862 Email: crfpa@nb.aibn.com Website: www.nald.ca/nbfrc.htm

Community Mental Health Centres NB Department of Health and Wellness 295 St. Pierre Blvd.West P.O. Box 5590 Caraquet, N.B. E1W 1B7 T: 726-2030 F: 726-2090

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

Community Mental Health Centres Shippagan T: 336-3061 F: 336-3068 Tracadie-Sheila T: 394-3760 F: 395-3770

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COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Crown Prosecutor’s Office NB Department of Justice Tracadie T: 394-3727

Domestic Legal Aid NB Department of Justice Tracadie-Sheila T: 394-3695 F: 394-3725

Family Support Order Services (FSOS) NB Department of Justice Tracadie T: 394-3695

Provides legal services to victims of family violence, helps them leave abusive relationships and obtain child support.

Promotes the payment of family support orders for New Brunswick families. FSOS works to ensure child and spousal support is paid on time and in full. This service is free of charge to all New Brunswick families with a support order or agreement.

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SERVICES FOR VICTIMS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Victim Services

Provides support for victims in crisis situations, referrals to other services and support throughout the court process. Also offers support for children who are involved in the court proceedings.

NB Department of Public Safety Woodstock T: 325-4422

SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Offices

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

NB Department of Health and Wellness 200 King St. P.O. Box 5001 Woodstock, N.B. E7M 5C6 T: 325-4419 F: 328-4802

ORGANIZATION

Perth Andover T: 273-4701 F: 273-4728

FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Family and Community Social Services

Provides support and programs for children, adults and families dealing with family violence, including prevention and intervention services.

NB Department of Family and Community Services 200 King St. Woodstock, N.B. E7M 5Z9 T: 325-4412 F: 325-4517

FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED GANIZATION

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Family and Community Social Services NB Department of Family and Community Services Perth Andover T: 273-4714 F: 273-2195

Housing NB Department of Family and Community Services 113 Cedar St. Woodstock, N.B. E7M 2Y3 T: 325-4465 F: 328-4541

Human Resources Development NB Department of Family and Community Services 680 Main St. Woodstock, N.B. E7M 5Z9 T: 325-4889 F: 325-4321

Helps those with limited incomes to obtain adequate housing while promoting economic self-reliance. Programs and services include public housing, home orientation management workshops, rural and native rental services and subsidized rental assistance.

Provides programs and services for people who need financial assistance and support to help them become self-sufficient. Specific programs are available for clients who need the services of a transition house.

588E East Riverside Perth Andover, N.B. E7H 1Z5 T: 273-4961 F: 273-4443

Public Health Offices NB Department of Health and Wellness 200 King St., Room 214 Woodstock, N.B. E7M 5C6 T: 325-4408 F: 325-4802

Supports healthy growth and development, fosters healthy lifestyles, controls communicable diseases, and protects the public from health risks associated with chemical, physical and biological agents. Some programs include early childhood initiatives, addictions prevention and community nutrition.

19 Station St. Perth Andover, N.B. E7H 4Y2 T: 273-4715 F: 273-2118

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Valley Family Resource Centre

Offers programs and support for parents such as counselling, drop-in centres, pre-school programs and a program for borrowing toys and other resources.

110 Richmond Street, Unit 1 Woodstock, N.B. E7M 2N9 T: 325-2299 F: 328-8896

Woodstock Caring Communities Committee

Promotes community awareness and public education about family violence.

T: 325-4300 F: 328-8362

EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Sanctuary House

Offers safe shelter, support and counselling for women in crisis. Promotes intervention, information sharing and public education to end family violence.

P.O. Box 1014 Woodstock, N.B. E7M 6B7 Email: mwaves@nb.sympatico.ca T: 325-9452 F: 328-9321

Carleton Memorial Hospital

Provides hospital services.

785 Main St. Woodstock, N.B. E7M 3R6 T: 325-6700

Hotel Dieu of St. Joseph

Provides hospital services.

10 Woodland Hill Box 187 Perth-Andover, N.B. E7H 5H5 T: 273-7100 F: 273-7200

Nackawic Community Health Centre

Provides hospital services.

Upper Floor, Nackawic Shopping Centre 135 Otis Drive, Unit 201 Nackawic, N.B. E6G 1H1 T: 575-6600 F: 575-6603

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EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Northern Carleton Hospital

Provides hospital services.

82 Hospital St. Bath, N.B. E7J 1B9 T: 278-2400 F: 278-2448

R.C.M.P. Woodstock T: 325-3000

Stanley Health Services Centre

Provides hospital services.

P.O. Box 340 Stanley, N.B. E6B 2K5 T: 367-7730 F: 368-7738

Woodstock Police Force 822 Main Street Woodstock, N.B. E7M 2E8 T: 325-2601 F : 325-4915

COUNSELLING ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Offices

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

NB Department of Health and Wellness 200 King St. P.O. Box 5001 Woodstock, N.B. E7M 5C6 T: 325-4419 F: 328-4802

RVICES PROVIDED

Perth Andover T: 273-4702 F: 273-4728

RGANIZATION

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COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Domestic Legal Aid

Provides legal services to victims of family violence, helps them leave abusive relationships and obtain child support.

NB Department of Justice Room 102, 689 Main St. P.O. Box 5001 Woodstock, N.B. E0J 2B0 T: 325-4414

GANIZATION Family Support Order Services (FSOS) NB Department of Justice Woodstock T: 325-4414

Promotes the payment of family support orders for New Brunswick families. FSOS works to ensure child and spousal support is paid on time and in full. This service is free of charge to all New Brunswick families with a support order or agreement.

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SERVICES FOR VICTIMS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Nepisiguit Family Services Inc.

Offers programs for child witnesses and/or victims of family violence. Provides individual and group counselling to children between the ages of 6 and 12.

235 Main St. Bathurst, N.B. E2A 1A9 Email: famille@nbnet.nb.ca T: 546-3305 F: 548-4170

Victim Services NB Department of Public Safety Bathurst T: 547-2924 F: 547-2470

Provides support for victims in crisis situations, referrals to other services and support throughout the court process. Also offers support for children who are involved in the court proceedings.

SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Bathurst Parole Office

Offers programs for offenders and their families.

Correctional Service of Canada Bathurst T: 548-7751 F: 548-7396

Community Mental Health Centre 165 St. Andrews St., Bathurst, N.B. E2A 1C1 T: 547-2110 F: 547-2978

Probation Services NB Department of Public Safety Bathurst T: 547-2159

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

Provides probation and other community based services to adult and young offenders.

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SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Virage – Turning Point

Offers a treatment program for men who abuse their partners.

235 Main St. Bathurst, N.B. E2A 1A9 T: 547-1215 F: 458-4170

FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Bathurst Volunteer Centre

Offers a food and clothing program.

Bathurst T: 549-5955

Chaleur Resource Centre for Parents 1236 Vanier Blvd. Bathurst, N.B. E3Z 1M4 Email: crcp@nbnet.nb.ca T: 545-6608 F: 546-3816

Family and Community Social Services NB Department of Family and Community Services Bathurst T: 547-2020 F: 547-2744

Forum provincial de concertation en matière de violence

Offers programs and support for parents such as counselling, drop-in centres, pre-school programs and a program for borrowing toys and other resources.

Provides support and programs for children, adults and families dealing with family violence, including prevention and intervention services.

Promotes equality and respect for all New Brunswick men and women. Works to end violence by addressing the underlying social factors.

364 Parkside Drive, Room 204 Bathurst, N.B. E2A 1N4 Email: fda@nb.sympatico.ca T: 546-3033 F: 546-6688

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Housing

Helps those with limited incomes to obtain adequate housing while promoting economic self-reliance. Programs and services include public housing, home orientation management workshops, rural and native rental services and subsidized rental assistance.

NB Department of Family and Community Services 275 Main St. Harbour View Place Bathurst, N.B. E2A 3Z9 T: 547-7466 F: 547-7488

Human Resources Development NB Department of Family and Community Services Harbourview Pl., Suite 300 P.O. Box 5001 275 Main St. Bathurst, N.B. E2A 3Z9 T: 547-2000 F: 547-2920

Paquito Early Intervention Centre 1370 Johnson Avenue Bathurst, N.B. E2A 3T7 T: 548-8122 F: 547-0815

Public Health Offices NB Department of Health and Wellness 165 St. Andrews St. Bathurst, N.B. E2A 1C1 T: 547-2062 F: 547-7459

Provides programs and services for people who need financial assistance and support to help them become self-sufficient. Specific programs are available for clients who need the services of a transition house.

Offers home based support and education programs for parents. Workshops and presentations are available in English and French. Also offers a resource library.

Supports healthy growth and development, fosters healthy lifestyles, controls communicable diseases, and protects the public from health risks associated with chemical, physical and biological agents. Some programs include early childhood initiatives, addictions prevention and community nutrition.

Jacquet River T: 237-3206 F: 237-3209

Salvation Army 112 Main St. Bathurst, N.B. E2A 1A4 T: 545-7772 F: 545-7187

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Sexual Health Centre

Promotes sexual health through programs that include counselling, education, clinical follow-up, and community outreach. Offers education services for young adults. Anonymous HIV/AIDS tests available at 547-2140 or 1-800-561-4009.

NB Department of Health and Wellness New Brunswick Community College P.O. Box 266 Bathurst, N.B. E2A 3Z2 T: 547-2139 F: 547-7459

EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Passage House

Offers safe shelter and support services for women in crisis. Programs include counselling, public education and intervention.

P.O. Box 1284 Bathurst, N.B. E7H 4Y2 T: 546-9540 F: 546-3965

BNPP Regional Police 309 Main Street Nigadoo, NB E8K 3M8 T: 542-2666 F: 542-26729

Bathurst Hospital

Serves the communities of Beresford, Nigadoo, Petit-Rocher and Pointe-Verte.

Provides hospital services.

1750 Sunset Drive P.O. Box 880 Bathurst, N.B. E2A 4L7 T: 544-3000 F: 544-2440

Bathurst Police Force 285 King Avenue Bathurst, NB E2A 1N9 T: 548-0420 F: 548-0707

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EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Chaleur Health Centre

Provides hospital services.

382 Main St. P.O. Box 238 Pointe-Verte, N.B. E8J 2X6 T: 783-4292 F: 783-8623

Jacquet River Health Centre

Provides hospital services.

Jacquet River, N.B. E0B 1T0 T: 237-3222

RCMP Bathurst T: 789-6000

COUNSELLING ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Addiction Services

Provides inpatient and outpatient treatment to members of the community with various forms of addiction. Individual, group and family counselling is offered.

350 St. George St. Bathurst, N.B. E2A 1B9 T: 547-2086 F: 547-7415

Birthright 231 Main St. Bathurst, N.B. E2A 1A9 T: 545-6331

Community Mental Health Office NB Department of Health and Wellness 165 St. Andrews St. Bathurst, N.B. E2A 1C1 T: 547-2110 F: 547-2978

Provides services to pregnant women from a pro-life perspective.

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

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COUNSELLING ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Nepisiguit Family Services Inc.

Provides individual and group counselling for child witnesses and/or victims of family violence (aged 612).

235 Main St. Bathurst, N.B. E2A 1A9 Email: famille@nbnet.nb.ca T: 546-3305 F: 548-4170

COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Crown Prosecutor’s Office NB Department of Justice Bathurst T: 547-2160

Family Support Order Services (FSOS) NB Department of Justice Bathurst T: 547-2152

Domestic Legal Aid NB Department of Justice 254 St. Patrick St. P.O. Box 5001 Bathurst, N.B. E2A 3Z9 T: 547-2152 F: 547-2966

Promotes the payment of family support orders for New Brunswick families. FSOS works to ensure child and spousal support is paid on time and in full. This service is free of charge to all New Brunswick families with a support order or agreement. Provides legal services to victims of family violence, helps them leave abusive relationships and obtain child support.

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SERVICES FOR VICTIMS Victim Services NB Department of Public Safety 41 King St. St. Stephen, N.B. E3L 2C1 T: 466-7414 F: 466-7334

Provides support for victims in crisis situations, referrals to other services and support throughout the court process. Also offers support for children who are involved in the court proceedings.

SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Centres

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

NB Department of Health and Wellness 41 King St. St. Stephen, N.B. E3L 2C1 T: 466-7380 F: 466-7501 5 Riverview Avenue St. George, N.B. E36 3M1 T: 755-4044 F: 755-1807 North Head Business Centre 130 Route 776 Grand Manan, N.B E5G 1A3 T: 662-7023 F: 662-7029

Coverdale Centre 61 Union St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 1A2 T: 634-1649

Provides programs and services to women in conflict with the law.

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SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Probation Services

Provides probation and other community based services to adult and young offenders.

NB Department of Public Safety 41 King St. St. Stephen, N.B. E3L 2C1 T: 466-7510

FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER Canadian Mental Health Association P.O. Box 70 St. Stephen, N.B. E3L 2X2 T: 466-6033

Promotes mental health in New Brunswick. Programs/services include: Educational workshops and presentations, advocacy services, referrals and general information.

Charlotte County Family Violence Committee 41 King St. St. Stephen, N.B. E3L 2C1 T: 466-7665 F: 466-7579

Community Reach 126 Route 776 Grand Manan, N.B. E5G 1A3 T: 662-8830

Offers a peer led support program for Grand Manan parents. Services include educational modules for healthy child development, a network of community based agencies and helping at-risk parents support each other.

Family and Community Social Services

Provides support and programs for children, adults and families dealing with family violence, including prevention and intervention services.

NB Department of Family and Community Services St. Stephen T: 466-7388 F: 466-7579 St. George T: 755-4030 F: 755-1807

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Family and Community Social Services NB Department of Family and Community Services Grand Manan T: 662-7027 F: 662-7038

Family Resource Centre of Charlotte County 126 Milltown Blvd. P.O. Box 353 St. Stephen, N.B. E3L 2X3 Email: frcchar@nb.sympatico.ca T: 465-8181

Human Resources Development NB Department of Family and Community Services 41 King St. St. Stephen, N.B. E3L 2C1 T: 466-7500 F: 466-7373

Making Waves Program St. Stephen High School 9372, Route 3 Old Ridge, N.B. E3L 4X7 T: 466-7887

McAdam Caring Partnership Community

Offers programs and support for parents such as counselling, drop-in centres, pre-school programs and a program for borrowing toys and other resources.

Provides programs and services for people who need financial assistance and support to help them become self-sufficient. Specific programs are available for clients who need the services of a transition house.

Works to raise awareness of dating violence and healthy relationships among high school students.

Promotes community awareness and education about family violence.

The McLean Memorial Hospital 15 Saunders Road McAdam, N.B. E6J 1K9

NB Silent Witness Project 41 King St. St. Stephen, N.B. E3L 2C1 T: 466-7665 F: 466-7579

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Public Health Offices

Supports healthy growth and development, fosters healthy lifestyles, controls communicable diseases, and protects the public from health risks associated with chemical, physical and biological agents. Some programs include early childhood initiatives, addictions prevention and community nutrition.

NB Department of Health and Wellness 41 King St. St. Stephen, N.B. E3L 2C1 T: 466-7504 F: 466-7537 5 Riverview Avenue St. George, N.B. E5C 3M1 T: 755-4022 F: 755-1807 130, Route 776, Unit 2 Grand Manan, N.B. E5G 1A3 T: 662-7024 F: 662-7028

Sexual Health Centre NB Department of Health and Wellness 41 King St. St. Stephen, N.B. E3L 2C1 T: 466-7332 F: 466-7537

Volunteer Centre of Charlotte Co. P.O. Box 271 199 Union St. St. Stephen, N.B. E3L 2X2 Email: vccc@nb.sympatico.ca T: 466-4995 F: 465-0988

Promotes sexual health through programs that include counselling, education, clinical follow-up, and community outreach. Offers education services for young adults. Anonymous HIV/AIDS tests available at 1-800-561-4009

Offers help to families who experience financial difficulties due to unexpected income loss and other circumstances.

EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Fundy Transition House

Offers safe shelter for women in crisis. Programs offered include counselling, support services and public education about family violence.

St. Stephen E-mail: Frth@nbnet.nb.ca T: 466-4485 F: 466-4487

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Campobello Health Centre

Provides hospital services.

640 Route 774 Welshpool, N.B. E5E 1A5 T: 752-4100

Charlotte County Hospital

Provides hospital services.

4 Garden St. St. Stephen, N.B. E3L 2L9 T: 465-4444 F: 465-4418

Deer Island Health Centre

Provides hospital services.

999 Route 772 Fairhaven, N.B. E5V 1P2 T: 747-4150 F: 747-4151

Fundy Health Centre

Provides hospital services.

35 Hospital St. Blacks Harbour, N.B. E5H 1K2 T: 456-4200 F: 456-4222

Grand Manan Hospital

Provides hospital services.

196 Route 776 Grand Manan, N.B. E5G 1A3 T: 662-4060 F: 662-4050

Harvey Community Hospital

Provides hospital services.

2019 Route 3 Harvey Station, N.B. E6K 3E9 T: 366-6400 F: 366-6403

MacLean Memorial Hospital

Provides hospital services.

15 Saunders Road P.O. Box 311 McAdam, N.B. E6J 1K9 T: 784-6300 F: 784-6306

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R.C.M.P.

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Grand Manan T: 662-1205 St. George T: 755-1130

COUNSELLING Community Mental Health Centres NB Department of Health and Wellness 41 King St. St. Stephen, N.B. E3L 2C1 T: 466-7380 F: 466-7501

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

North Head Business Centre Grand Manan, N.B E0G 2M0 T: 662-7023 F: 662-7029 5 Riverview Avenue St. George, N.B. E5G 3M1 T: 755-4044 F: 755-1807

COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Family Court Counsellor

Held every second Friday in St. Stephen.

NB Department of Justice St. Stephen T: 658-2783

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Victim Services

Provides support for victims in crisis situations, referrals to other services and support throughout the court process. Also offers support for children who are involved in the court proceedings.

NB Department of Public Safety Fredericton T: 453-2768 F: 457-7228 Burton T: 357-4035 F: 357-4032

Family Violence Prevention Outreach Centre PO Box 20052 Fredericton, NB E3B 6Y8 T: 451-2120 F: 450-9877

On-going support services assisting women who have experienced family violence to make the transition to a life free of violence. It is a support service for those living in, leaving or who have left, an abusive relationship. Women meet with the outreach coordinator confidentially. Services include (for example):  emotional support  goal planning  life skills training  safety planning  coordinated access to other community services

SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Centre

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

NB Department of Health and Wellness Victoria Health Centre 65 Brunswick St. Fredericton, N.B. E3B 1G5 T: 453-2132 F: 453-8766

Family Services of

M.A.P. (Men’s Anger Management Program):

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Fredericton Inc. 618 Queen St. Fredericton, N.B. E3B 1C2 T: 458-8211 F: 451-9437

Partner Abuse Prevention Program

Treatment program for men who abuse their partners.

Offers a treatment program for men who abuse their partners.

John Howard Society of Fredericton 108 Smythe St. Fredericton, N.B. E3B 3C4 T: 450-2750

FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Canadian Mental Health Association

Promotes mental health in New Brunswick. Programs/services include: Educational workshops and presentations, advocacy services, referrals and general information.

65 Brunswick St. Fredericton, N.B. E3B 1G5 T: 458-1803

Canadian Red Cross 151 Main St. Fredericton, N.B. E3A 1C6 Email: scoy@redcross.ca T: 458-8445 F: 454-7522

Family and Community Social Services NB Department of Family and Community Services P.O. Box 5001 300 St. Mary’s St. Fredericton, N.B. E3B 5G4 T: 453-3953 F: 444-7146

Housing NB Department of Family and Community Services 644 Queen St. Fredericton, N.B. E3B 1C2 T: 457-7868 F: 453-2223

Human Resources Development

Offers a program called RespectED: Violence and Abuse Prevention which is targeted at 12-18 year olds and provides prevention education sessions for people working with children and youth.

Provides support and programs for children, adults and families dealing with family violence, including prevention and intervention services.

Helps those with limited incomes to obtain adequate housing while promoting economic self-reliance. Programs and services include public housing, home orientation management workshops, rural and native rental services and subsidized rental assistance.

Provides programs and services for people who need financial assistance and support to help them become

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NB Department of Family and Community Services 633 Queen St. Fredericton, N.B. E3B 1C3 T: 453-3216 F: 457-3544

self-sufficient. Specific programs are available for clients who need the services of a transition house.

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Liberty Lane

Provides safe, affordable and therapeutic living environment for women and children who have experienced abuse and are committed to ending the violence.

P.O. Box 20052 Fredericton, N.B. E3B 6Y8 T: 451-2120 F: 450-9877

Men Against Sexual Aggression (MASA) Alumni Building, UNB P.O. Box 4400 Fredericton, N.B. E3B 5A3 Email: masa@unb.ca T: 455-8962

Public Health Offices NB Department of Health and Wellness 300 St. Mary’s St. Fredericton, N.B. E3B 5G4 T: 453-2830 F: 453-2848

Trains male university students to lead workshops on dating and sexuality to prevent sexual assault and sexual harassment. Also offers workshops to groups outside of the university setting.

Supports healthy growth and development, fosters healthy lifestyles, controls communicable diseases, and protects the public from health risks associated with chemical, physical and biological agents. Some programs include early childhood initiatives, addictions prevention and community nutrition.

275A Restigouche Road Oromocto, N.B. E2V 2H1 T: 357-4008 F: 357-4089

Sexual Health Centre NB Department of Health and Wellness Victoria Health Centre 65 Brunswick St. Fredericton, N.B. E3B 1G5 T: 453-5200 F: 457-4996

Promotes sexual health through programs that include counselling, education, clinical follow-up, and community outreach. Offers education services for young adults. Anonymous HIV/AIDS tests available at 457-6977 or 1-800-561-4009.

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Women in Transition

Offers safe shelter, support and counselling for women in crisis. Promotes intervention and public education to end family violence.

P.O. Box 1143 Fredericton, N.B. E3A 5C2 Email: trans@nbnet.nb.ca T: 459-2300 F: 457-1667

Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital

Provides hospital services.

700 Priestman St. P.O. Box 9000 Fredericton, N.B E3B 5N5 T: 452-5400 F: 452-5500

Fredericton Police Force 311 Queen Street Fredericton, N.B. E3B 1B1 T: 460-2300 F : 460-2301

Fredericton Sexual Assault Crisis Centre P.O. Box 174 Fredericton, N.B. E3B 4Y9 T: 454-0460 F: 457-2780 Crisis Line: 454-0437 Email: fsacc@nbnet.nb.ca

Provides information, support and counseling to those affected by sexual violence (sexual assault, sexual harassment, child sexual abuse, and incest) and dating violence. Works towards the eradication of sexual violence against women and children.

Military Police CFB Gagetown PO Box 17000, Station Forces Oromocto, NB E2V 4J5 T: 422-2000 F : 422-1440

Oromocto Public Hospital

Provides hospital services.

103 Winnebago St. Oromocto, N.B. E2V 1C6 T: 357-4700 F: 357-4735

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SERVICES PROVIDED

R.C.M.P. Fredericton T: 452-3400

Oromocto T: 357-4302

COUNSELLING ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Addiction Services

Provides a continuum of preventative and wellness programs to help clients choose non-addictive behaviours and to promote healthy lifestyles.

15 Woodstock Road Fredericton, N.B. E3B 2H4 T: 452-5558 F: 452-5533

Community Mental Health Centre NB Department of Health and Wellness 65 Brunswick St. Fredericton, N.B. E3B 1G5 T: 453-2132 F: 453-8766

Family Services of Fredericton Inc. 618 Queen St. Fredericton, N.B. E3B 1C2 T: 458-8211 F: 451-9437

Fredericton Regional Family Resource Centre 678 Union St. Fredericton, N.B. E3B 3N7 Email: frfrc@nbnet.nb.ca T: 474-0252 F: 474-0253

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

Offers programs and services for individuals and families experiencing family violence. Programs include: Men's Anger Management Program for men who abuse their partners; Support Group for Women who have experienced family violence; Violence prevention education. Programs and services offered include: Nobody’s Perfect, support groups, toy and resource-lending libraries, drop-in centres, Babies Time-Out and collective kitchens.

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Fredericton Sexual Assault Crisis Centre

Provides information, support and counseling to those affected by sexual violence (sexual assault, sexual harassment, child sexual abuse, and incest) and dating violence. Works towards the eradication of sexual violence against women and children.

P.O. Box 174 Fredericton, N.B. E3B 4Y9 T: 454-0460 F: 457-2780 Crisis Line: 454-0437 Email: fsacc@nbnet.nb.ca

COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Domestic Legal Aid

Provides legal services to victims of family violence, helps them leave abusive relationships and obtain child support.

NB Department of Justice 427 Queen St., Rm. 203 P.O. Box 6000 Fredericton, N.B. E3B 1B7 T: 453-2015 F: 444-5675

Family Support Order Service (FSOS) NB Department of Justice Fredericton T: 453-4286

Promotes the payment of family support orders for New Brunswick families. FSOS works to ensure child and spousal support is paid on time and in full. This service is free of charge to all New Brunswick families with a support order or agreement.

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Victim Services

Provides support for victims in crisis situations, referrals to other services and support throughout the court process. Also offers support for children who are involved in the court proceedings.

NB Department of Public Safety Moncton (serves Albert County) T: 856-2875 F: 856-2093 Saint John (serves Kings County) T: 658-3742 F: 658-3001

SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Centre

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

NB Department of Health and Wellness 30 Moffett Avenue Sussex, N.B. E4E 1E8 T: 432-2090 F: 432-2046

FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Canadian Mental Health Association

Promotes mental health in New Brunswick. Programs/services include: Educational workshops and presentations, advocacy services, referrals and general information.

Albert County Branch T: 882-2604 Grand Lake Branch T: 339-6078

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Care ‘N’ Share Inc.

Offers support and services for parents of preschoolers, particularly those who are isolated and inexperienced. Programs are aimed at helping parents learn about developmentally appropriate activities for their children.

93 Bridge St. Chipman, N.B. E4A 1R8 Email: careinc.@nbnet.nb.ca T: 339-6726 F: 339-6726

Family and Community Social Services NB Department of Family and Community Services Sussex T: 432-2004 F: 432-2053

Human Resources Development NB Department of Family and Community Services 26 Brunswick St. Minto, N.B. E4B 3M8 T: 327-7000 F: 327-7005

Provides support and programs for children, adults and families dealing with family violence, including prevention and intervention services.

Provides programs and services for people who need financial assistance and support to help them become self-sufficient. Specific programs are available for clients who need the services of a transition house.

707 Main St. Sussex, N.B. E4E 7H7 T: 432-2006 F: 432-6169

Kings County Family Resource Centre 625 Main St., Unit “F”, Sussex, N.B. E4E 7H5 Email: fcfrc@nbnet.nb.ca T: 433-2349 F: 433-3463

Public Health Offices NB Department of Health and Wellness 30 Moffatt Avenue Sussex, N.B. E4E1E8 T: 432-2003 F: 432-4524

Offers programs and support for parents such as workshops for parents, drop-in centres, pre-school programs and a program for borrowing toys and other resources.

Supports healthy growth and development, fosters healthy lifestyles, controls communicable diseases, and protects the public from health risks associated with chemical, physical and biological agents. Some programs include early childhood initiatives, addictions prevention and community nutrition.

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Public Health Offices NB Department of Health and Wellness Chipman Health Centre Chipman, N.B. E4A 2H8 T: 339-7076 46 Kierstead Ave., Unit 6 Hampton, N.B. E5N 5A4 T: 432-2090 F: 832-6075

EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Sussex Vale Transition House

Offers safe shelter, support services and counselling to women in crisis. Provides education, information sharing and intervention to end family violence.

P.O. Box 2184 Sussex, N.B. E4E 5L9 T: 433-1649 F: 432-6648 Crisis Line: T: 432-6999

Chipman Health Centre

Provides hospital services.

9 Civic Court Chipman, N.B. E4A 2H8 T: 339-7650 F: 339-7652

Queens North Health Centre

Provides hospital services.

P.O. Box 1004 Minto, N.B. E4B 3Y6 T: 327-7800 F: 327-7852

R.C.M.P. Hampton T: 832-5566 Hillsborough, Petitcodiac T: 387-2222

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EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Sussex Health Centre

Provides hospital services.

75 Leonard Drive Sussex, N.B. E4E 2P7 T: 432-3100 F: 432-3106

COUNSELLING ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Centre

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

NB Department of Health and Wellness 30 Moffett Avenue Sussex, N.B. E4E 1E8 T: 432-2090 F: 432-2046

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Tobique Addictions Centre

Offers information and counselling to victims of family violence.

23 Rehab Road Tobique First Nation, N.B. E7H 3M9 T: 273-5403 F: 273-4286

Victim Services NB Department of Public Safety Edmundston T: 735-2543 F: 735-2423

Provides support for victims in crisis situations, referrals to other services and support throughout the court process. Also offers support for children who are involved in the court proceedings.

Grand Falls T: 473-7706

SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Centres

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

NB Department of Health and Wellness 121 de l’Église St., Carrefour Assomption 3rd floor, Room 331 P.O. Box 5001 Edmundston, N.B. E3V 3L3 T: 735-2070 F: 737-4448

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Centres NB Department of Health and Wellness 166 Broadway St. Édifice Durepos Grand Falls, N.B. E3Z 1G1 T: 475-2440 F : 475-2452

Franchir

Offers a program for men who abuse their partners.

P.O.Box 687 Edmundston, N.B. E3V 3S1 T: 737-8001 F: 739-7812

Partner Abuse Prevention Program

Offers a program for men who abuse their partners.

John Howard Society of Fredericton P.O. Box 5001, Suite 215 Edmundston, N.B. E3V 3L3 T: 736-0111 F: 739-6568

Tobique Addictions Centre 23 Rehab Road Tobique First Nation, N.B. E7H 3M9 T: 273-5403 F: 273-4286

Offers information and counselling to men who abuse their partners.

FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Canadian Mental Health Association

Promotes mental health in New Brunswick. Programs/services include: Educational workshops and presentations, advocacy services, referrals and general information.

P.O. Box 1978 Grand Falls, N.B. E3Z 1E2 T: 473-9801 118 Martin St. P.O. Box 333 Edmundston, N.B. E3V 3M9 T: 739-9489

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ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Family and Community Social Services

Provides support and programs for children, adults and families dealing with family violence, including prevention and intervention services.

NB Department of Family and Community Services P.O. Box 5001 121 Church St. Edmundston, N.B. E3V 3L3 T: 735-2010 F: 735-2514 Grand Falls T: 473-7757 F: 475-2451

Grand Falls Caring Community

Promotes community awareness and education about family violence.

1531 Tobique Road Drummond, N.B. E3Y 2P8

ORGAN Human Resources Development NB Department of Family and Community Services 121 Church St., Suite 408 P.O. Box 5001 Edmundston, N.B. E3V 3L3 T: 735-2000 F: 735-2448 P.O. Box 5001

Provides programs and services for people who need financial assistance and support to help them become self-sufficient. Specific programs are available for clients who need the services of a transition house.

Grand Falls, N.B. E3Z 1G1 T: 473-7745 F: 473-6563

Madawaska/Victoria Family Resource Centre 475 Terrace St. Grand Falls, N.B. E3Z 1M4 Email: mvfrc@nb.sympatico.ca T: 473-6351 F: 473-5211

Supports parents in preparing their children for school by offering opportunities to socialize with other children & build self-esteem.

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Public Health Offices

Supports healthy growth and development, fosters healthy lifestyles, controls communicable diseases, and protects the public from health risks associated with chemical, physical and biological agents. Some programs include early childhood initiatives, addictions prevention and community nutrition.

NB Department of Health and Wellness 121 Church St., P.O. Box 5001 Edmundston, N.B. E3V 3L3 T: 735-2065 F: 735-3142 166 Broadway, Édifice Durepos, P.O. Box 5001 Grand Falls, N.B. T: 475-2441 F: 475-2443 120 Main St. Plaster Rock, N.B. E7G 2E5 T: 356-6003

Sexual Health Centre NB Department of Health and Wellness 121 de l’Église St. Suite 330 Edmundston, N.B. E3V 3L3 T: 735-2068 F: 735-3142

Promotes sexual health through programs that include counselling, education, clinical follow-up, and community outreach. Offers education services for young adults. Anonymous HIV/AIDS tests available at 735-2626 or 1-800-561-4009

166 Broadway Grand Falls T: 475-2441 F: 475-2443

EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Escale Madavic

Offers safe shelter for women in crisis. Programs include counselling, support services & public education about family violence.

P.O. Box 411 Edmundston, N.B. E3V 3L1 T: 739-6265 F: 735-5382

Edmundston Police Force 45 Church St. Edmundston, N.B. E3V 1J4 T: 739-2100 F : 737-6879

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Edmundston Regional Hospital

Provides hospital services.

275 Hébert Blvd. Edmundston, N.B. E3V 3L2 T: 739-2200 F: 739-2230

Grand Falls General Hospital

Provides hospital services.

P.O. Box 7061 625 Éverard-Daigle Blvd. Grand Falls, N.B. E3Z 2R9 T: 473-7555 F: 473-7530

Grand Falls Police Force 181 Pleasant St., Suite 100 Grand Falls, N.B. E3Z 1G6 T: 475-7767 F : 475-7775

R.C.M.P. Grand Falls T: 473-9154

Sainte-Anne Health Centre

Provides hospital services.

1 Clinique St. Sainte-Anne de Madawaska, N.B. E7E 1B9 T: 445-6200 F: 445-6201

Tobique Valley Hospital

Provides hospital services.

120 Main St. Plaster Rock, N.B. E7G 2E5 T: 356-6600 F: 356-6618

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COUNSELLING ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Addiction Services

Provides in-patient and out-patient treatment to members of the community with various forms of addiction. Individual, group and family counselling is offered.

62 Queen St. Edmundston, N.B. E3V 1A1 T: 735-2092 F: 735-2700

Community Mental Health Centres NB Department of Health and Wellness 121 de l’Église St. 3rd floor, Room 331, P.O. Box 5001 Edmundston, N.B. E3V 3L3 T: 735-2070 F: 737-4448

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

Municipal Building P.O. Box 5001 Grand Falls, N.B. E3Z 1G1 T: 475-2440 F: 475-2452

COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Domestic Legal Aid

Provides legal services to victims of family violence, helps them leave abusive relationships and obtain child support.

NB Department of Justice Room 231, Carrefour Assomption 121 de l’Église St. Edmundston, N.B. E3V 1J9 T: 735-2025 F: 737-4419

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COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Family Support Order Services (FSOS)

Promotes the payment of family support orders for New Brunswick families. FSOS works to ensure child and spousal support is paid on time and in full. This service is free of charge to all New Brunswick families with a support order or agreement.

NB Department of Justice Edmundston T: 735-2028

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SERVICES FOR VICTIMS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Victim Services

Provides support for victims in crisis situations, referrals to other services and support throughout the court process. Also offers support for children who are involved in the court proceedings.

NB Department of Public Safety Miramichi T: 627-4065 F: 627-4042

SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Centre

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

NB Department of Health and Wellness 1780 Water St., Suite 300 Miramichi, N.B. E1N 1B6 T: 778-6111 F: 778-5296

FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

A Family Place

Offers services and programs such as: Nobody's Perfect, Prep for School, Toy and Resource Lending Library, Mom's Night Out, and Collective Kitchen.

227 Wellington St. Miramichi, N.B. E1N 1N1 Email: ncfrc@nbnet.nb.ca T: 622-5103 F: 622-6879

Canadian Mental Health Association Chatham T: 773-7561

Promotes mental health in New Brunswick. Programs/services include: Educational workshops and presentations, advocacy services, referrals and general information.

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Family and Community Social Services

Provides support and programs for children, adults and families dealing with family violence, including prevention and intervention services.

NB Department of Family and Community Services 360 Pleasant St. Miramichi, N.B. E1V 2N3 T: 627-4044 F: 622-8802

Housing NB Department of Family and Community Services 1809 Water St., 3rd floor Miramichi, N.B. E1N 1B2 T: 778-6615 F: 778-8976

Human Resources Development NB Department of Family and Community Services 155 Pleasant St., Smith Building Miramichi, N.B. E1V 1Y3 T: 627-4001 F: 622-0555

Public Health Offices NB Department of Health and Wellness 1780 Water St., Suite 300 Miramichi, N.B. E1N 1B6 Miramichi T: 778-6102 F: 773-6111

Helps those with limited incomes to obtain adequate housing while promoting economic self reliance. Programs and services include public housing, home orientation management workshops, rural and native rental services and subsidized rental assistance.

Provides programs and services for people who need financial assistance and support to help them become self-sufficient. Specific programs are available for clients who need the services of a transition house.

Supports healthy growth and development, fosters healthy lifestyles, controls communicable diseases, and protects the public from health risks associated with chemical, physical and biological agents. Some programs include early childhood initiatives, addictions prevention and community nutrition.

6154 Route 8 Boiestown, N.B. E6A 1M4 T: 369-2002 T: 369-2450 Blackville T: 843-2959 F: 843-2911

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ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Sexual Health Centre

Promotes sexual health through programs that include counselling, education, clinical follow-up, and community outreach. Offers education services for young adults. Anonymous HIV/AIDS tests available at 778-6877 or 1-800-561-4009.

NB Department of Health and Wellness 1780 Water St., Suite 300 Miramichi, N.B. E1N 1B6 Email: jeannebr@gnb.ca T: 778-6107 F: 773-6611

EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Miramichi Emergency Centre for Women

Provides refuge for women in crisis, referrals to appropriate social agencies, and promotes public awareness of available services.

P.O. Box 249 Miramichi, N.B. E1V 3M3 T: 622-8865 F: 622-5351

Baie Ste. Anne Health Center

Provides hospital services.

13 Church St. Baie Ste Anne, N.B. E9A 1A9 T: 228-2004 F: 228-2008

Blackville Health Centre

Provides hospital services.

2 Shafer Lane Blackville, N.B. E9B 1P4 T: 843-2910 F: 843-2911

Miramichi Police Force Beaverbrook Centre 1820 Water Street Miramichi, N.B. E1N 1B7 T: 623-2125 F: 623-2122

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EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Miramichi Regional Hospital

Provides hospital services.

500 Water St. Miramichi, N.B. E1N 1B6 T: 623-3000 F: 623-3465

R.C.M.P. Blackville T: 843-9400 Upper Miramichi Health Services Centre

Provides hospital services.

8 Miramichi St. P.O. Box 1039 Doaktown, N.B. E9C 1C8 T: 365-6100 F: 365-6104

COUNSELLING ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Centre

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

NB Department of Health and Wellness 1780 Water St., Suite 300 Miramichi, N.B. E1N 1B6 T: 778-6111 F: 778-5296

COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Domestic Legal Aid

Provides legal services to victims of family violence, helps them leave abusive relationships and obtain child support.

NB Department of Justice 599 King George Highway Miramichi, N.B. E1V 1N6 T: 622-1061 F: 622-3241

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COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Family Support Order Services (FSOS)

Promotes the payment of family support orders for New Brunswick families. FSOS works to ensure child and spousal support is paid on time and in full. This service is free of charge to all New Brunswick families with a support order or agreement.

NB Department of Justice Miramichi T: 627-4138

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SERVICES FOR VICTIMS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Codiac RCMP Victim Services Unit T: 857-2452 (for non-emergency calls)

Victim Services NB Department of Public Safety Moncton T: 856-2875 F: 856-2093

Provides support for victims in crisis situations, referrals to other services and support throughout the court process. Also offers support for children who are involved in the court proceedings.

SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Centres

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

NB Department of Health and Wellness 77 Vaughan Harvey Blvd. Moncton, N.B. E1C 8R3 T: 856-2444 F: 856-2995 Sackville T: 364-4082

Correctional Service of Canada

Offers programs to offenders and their families.

1045 Main St., 2nd fl. Moncton, N.B. E1C 1H1 T: 851-6350 (24 h/day) T: 851-6313 F: 851-2418

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SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Family Services Moncton

Offers a treatment program for men who abuse their partners.

120 High St. Moncton, N.B. E1C 6B5 Email: famserv@nbnet.nb.ca T: 857-3258 F: 858-8315

Help-24

Provides crisis/suicide intervention and prevention, supportive listening and referrals to other agencies.

Moncton T: 859-4357

Probation Services NB Department of Public Safety Moncton T: 856-2313

Provides probation and other community based services to adult and young offenders.

FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

BeausĂŠjour Family Crisis Resource Centre

Offers information, intervention, and referral services to individuals and families in crisis. Provides education programs for the prevention of family violence.

432 Main St. Shediac, N.B. E4P 2G5 Email: crcsb@nbnet.nb.ca T: 533-9100

Canadian Mental Health Association 78 Weldon St. P.O. Box 11 Moncton, N.B. E1C 8R9 T: 859-8114

Coalition Against Abusive Relationships (C.A.A.R.) P.O. Box 1660 Moncton, N.B. E1C 9X5 T: 856-2875 F: 856-3315

Promotes mental health in New Brunswick. Programs/services include: Educational workshops and presentations, advocacy services, referrals and general information.

Promotes awareness of and access to services to victims and/or perpetrators of abuse through public education and lobbying activities with the goal of putting an end to the cycle of violence.

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Family and Community Social Services

Provides support and programs for children, adults and families dealing with family violence, including prevention and intervention services.

NB Department of Family and Community Services Sackville T: 364-4078 F: 364-4099 77 Vaughan Harvey Blvd. Moncton, N.B. E1C 8R3 T: 856-2400 F: 856-2632

Food Bank Moncton (Dist. Centre)

Provides a food bank service.

100 Albert St. Moncton, N.B. E1C 1B1 T: 383-4281

Greater Moncton Crisis Pregnancy Centre P.O. Box 1208 27 John St. Moncton, N.B. E1C 8P9 T: 857-3039 F: 861-1199 Crisis Line: T: 857-3033

Greater Moncton Parent Resource Centre 235 Robinson St. Moncton, N.B. E1C 5C6 Email: aparent@nbnet.nb.ca T: 384-7874 F: 689-9916

Housing NB Department of Family and Community Services 860 Main St., 7th floor, Moncton, N.B. E1C 8R3 T: 856-3111 F: 856-3113

Provides help to pregnant women and teenagers in crisis. Services include: 24-hour hot-line, baby and maternity clothes and parenting classes.

Offers programs and support for parents such as counselling, drop-in centres, pre-school programs and a program for borrowing toys and other resources.

Helps those with limited incomes to obtain adequate housing while promoting economic self-reliance. Programs and services include public housing, home orientation management workshops, rural and native rental services and subsidized rental assistance.

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Human Resources Development

Provides programs and services for people who need financial assistance and support to help them become self-sufficient. Specific programs are available for clients who need the services of a transition house.

NB Department of Family and Community Services 170 Main St., Unit C-1 P.O. Box 6001 Sackville, N.B. E4L 4B4 T: 364-4084 F: 364-4304 770 Main St. Assumption Place, Moncton, N.B. E1C 8R3 T: 856-2414 F: 856-2869

Moncton Youth Residences Inc.

Offers programs and services for high-risk youth and their families.

536 Mountain Road Moncton, N.B. E1C 2N5 Email: myr@nb.sympatico.ca T: 869-6333 F: 853-7440

Open Hands Food Bank

Provides a food bank and a depot for clothing.

T: 382-3663

Public Health Offices NB Department of Health and Wellness 77 Vaughan Harvey Blvd. Moncton, N.B. E1C 8R3 T: 856-2401 F: 856-2623

Supports healthy growth and development, fosters healthy lifestyles, controls communicable diseases, and protects the public from health risks associated with chemical, physical and biological agents. Some programs include early childhood initiatives, addictions prevention and community nutrition.

509 Main St. Pascal Place Shediac, N.B. E4P 2C4 T: 533-3354 F: 533-3340 95 Queen Road Sackville, N.B. E4L 4H2 T: 364-4080 F: 364-4099

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ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Salvation Army Food Bank

Provides a food bank.

528. St. George Blvd. Moncton, N.B. E1E 2B5 T: 389-9901

Sexual Health Center 860 Main St., 3rd floor, Suite 303 Moncton, N.B. E1C 1G2 Email: maureen.mcintosh@gnb.ca T: 856-3310 F: 856-3312

Support to Single Parents 154 Queen St. Moncton E1C 1K8 Email: hartling@nb.sympatico.ca T: 858-1303 F: 855-4116

Tantramar Caring Partnership Committee

Promotes sexual health through programs that include counselling, education, clinical follow-up, and community outreach. Offers education services for young adults. Anonymous HIV/AIDS tests available at 869-6907 or 1-800-561-4009

Offers programs and services to single parents. Services include group workshops and programs, counselling, training, and community development.

Promotes community awareness and education about family violence.

c/o Sackville Regional Hospital 8 Main St. P.O. Box 1170 Sackville, N.B. E4L 4A3 T: 364-9106

Victorian Order of Nurses 50 Cameron St. Moncton, N.B. E1C 9A9 T: 857-9115 F: 857-1101

Offers a safe kids program that teaches children how to respond to strangers, harassment and inappropriate touching.

EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Crossroads for Women

Offers safe shelter for women in crisis. Programs include support services, counselling and public education about family violence.

P.O. Box 1247 Moncton, N.B. E1C 8P9 T: 853-0811

EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Dr. Georges L. Dumont Hospital

Provides hospital services.

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330 UniversitĂŠ Ave. Moncton, N.B. E1C 2Z3 T: 862-4200

Help-24 Moncton T: 859-4357

The Moncton Hospital

Provides crisis/suicide intervention and prevention, supportive listening and referrals to other agencies.

Provides hospital services.

135 MacBeath Avenue Moncton, N.B. E1C 6Z8 T: 857-5111 F: 857-5545

R.C.M.P. Memramcook & Sackville T: 533-5151 Moncton T: 857-2400 Riverview T: 387-2222 Shediac T: 533-5151

Sackville Memorial Hospital

Provides hospital services.

8 Main St. Sackville, N.B. E4L 4A3 T: 364-4100 F: 536-1983

Sackville Police Force 62 Main Street Sackville, N.B. E4L 4A7 T: 536-0830 F : 364-4972

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Addiction Services Moncton T: 856-2333

Provides inpatient and outpatient treatment to members of the community with various forms of addiction. Individual, group and family counselling is offered.

Al-Anon/ Alateen

Provides support to family and friends of alcoholics.

Moncton T: 382-5087

Community Mental Health Centres NB Department of Health and Wellness 77 Vaughan Harvey Blvd. P.O. Box 5001 Moncton, N.B. E1C 8R3 T: 856-2444 F: 856-2995

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

Sackville T: 364-4082

Family Services Moncton

Offers a support group for abused women.

120 High St. Moncton, N.B. E1C 6B5 Email: famserv@nbnet.nb.ca T: 857-3258 F: 858-8315

COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Crown Prosecutor’s Office NB Department of Justice Moncton T: 856-2310

Domestic Legal Aid NB Department of Justice 9th floor, Assumption Place 770 Main St. P.O. Box 5001 Moncton, N.B. E1C 8R3 T: 856-2305

Provides legal services to victims of family violence, helps them leave abusive relationships and obtain child support.

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Family Support Order Services (FSOS)

Promotes the payment of family support orders for New Brunswick families. FSOS works to ensure child and spousal support is paid on time and in full. This service is free of charge to all New Brunswick families with a support order or agreement.

NB Department of Justice Moncton T: 856-2305

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Victim Services

Provides support for victims in crisis situations, referrals to other services and support throughout the court process. Also offers support for children who are involved in the court proceedings.

NB Department of Public Safety Campbellton T: 789-2388 F: 789-2104

SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Alternatives

Offers a rehabilitation program for men who are violent towards their family.

c/o Restigouche Family Services 1130 Roseberry St., Suite 302 Campbellton, N.B. E3N 2G6 T: 753-4161 F: 753-7773

Community Mental Health Centre 6 Arran St. Campbellton, N.B. E3N 1K4 T: 789-2440 F: 753-6969

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Canadian Mental Health Association

Promotes mental health in New Brunswick. Programs/services include: Educational workshops and presentations, advocacy services, referrals and general information.

P.O. Box 412 Campbellton, N.B. E3N 3G7 T: 789-2441

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Family and Community Social Services

Provides support and programs for children, adults and families dealing with family violence, including prevention and intervention services.

NB Department of Family and Community Services 157 Water St. Campbellton, N.B. E3N 3H5 T: 789-2422 F: 759-9504 Kedgwick T: 284-3411 F: 284-3420

Housing NB Department of Family and Community Services 157 Water St. Campbellton, N.B. E3B 3L4 T: 789-4009 F: 789-4908

Human Resources Development NB Department of Family and Community Services 157 Water St., Suite 100 P.O. Box 5001 Campbellton, N.B. E3N 3L4 T: 789-2311 F: 759-9556

Helps those with limited incomes to obtain adequate housing while promoting economic self-reliance. Programs and services include public housing, home orientation management workshops, rural and native rental services and subsidized rental assistance.

Provides programs and services for people who need financial assistance and support to help them become self-sufficient. Specific programs are available for clients who need the services of a transition house.

39 Notre-Dame St., Suite A Kedgwick, N.B. E8B 1H5 T: 284-3424 F: 284-3425

Public Health Offices NB Department of Health and Wellness 6 Arran St., 1st Floor Campbellton, N.B. E3N 1K4 T: 789-2266 F: 789-2349

Supports healthy growth and development, fosters healthy lifestyles, controls communicable diseases, and protects the public from health risks associated with chemical, physical and biological agents. Some programs include early childhood initiatives, addictions prevention and community nutrition.

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Public Health Offices NB Department of Health and Wellness 22 Notre Dame St. Kedgwick, N.B. E8B 1H5 T: 284-3422 F: 284-3447 Jacquet River T: 237-3206 F: 237-3209

Restigouche Family Crisis Intervenors Inc. 16A Aberdeen St. P.O. Box 355 Campbellton, N.B. E3N 3G7 Email: rfci@nb.sympatico.ca T: 759-6683 F: 759-6685

Restigouche Family Services 113 Roseberry St., Suite 302 Campbellton, N.B. E3N 2G6 T: 753-4161

Restigouche Resource Centre for Parents Campbellton T: 753-4172 F: 753-0007

Sexual Health Center NB Department of Health and Wellness 10 Village Avenue Campbellton, N.B. E3N 3S8 T: 789-2348 F: 789-2349

Offers programs and services that raise public awareness of family violence and supports individuals in making healthier life choices.

Promotes community awareness and education about family violence.

Programs and services offered include: Nobody’s Perfect, Support Groups, Toy and Resource-Lending Libraries, Drop-In, Collective Kitchens and Babysitting Cooperatives. Outreach sites are located in Kedgwick, Jacquet-River and Dalhousie. Promotes sexual health through programs that include counselling, education, clinical follow-up, and community outreach. Offers education services for young adults. Anonymous HIV/AIDS tests available at 789-2559 or 1-800-561-4009.

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Maison Notre Dame

Provides a safe shelter for women who are in crisis, and offers support for those who are trying to empower their situation.

P.O. Box 158 Campbellton, N.B. E3N 3G4 T: 753-4703 F: 789-0390

Campbellton Regional Hospital

Provides hospital services.

189 Lily Lake Road Campbellton, N.B. E3N 3H3 T: 789-5000 F: 789-5025

H么tel-Dieu Saint-Joseph

Provides hospital services.

9 Canada St. Saint-Quentin, N.B. E8A 2P6 T: 235-2300 F: 235-7202

R.C.M.P. Campbellton T: 789-6000

Restigouche Hospital Centre

Provides hospital services.

P.O. Box 10, 63 Gallant Drive Campbellton, N.B. E3N 2T5 T: 789-7000 F: 789-7065

St. Joseph Hospital

Provides hospital services.

270 Victoria St. Dalhousie, N.B. E0K 1B0 T: 684-7000 F: 684-4751

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Centre

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

NB Department of Health and Wellness 6 Arran St. Campbellton, N.B. E3N 1K4 T: 789-2440 F: 753-6969

COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Domestic Legal Aid

Provides legal services to victims of family violence, helps them leave abusive relationships and obtain child support.

NB Department of Justice P.O. Box 5001, 157 Water St. Campbellton, N.B. E3N 3H5 T: 789-2368 F: 789-2062

Family Support Order Services (FSOS) NB Department of Justice Campbellton T: 789-2370

Promotes the payment of family support orders for New Brunswick families. FSOS works to ensure child and spousal support is paid on time and in full. This service is free of charge to all New Brunswick families with a support order or agreement.

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Victim Services

Provides support for victims in crisis situations, referrals to other services and support throughout the court process. Also offers support for children who are involved in the court proceedings.

NB Department of Public Safety 14 Market Square Saint John, N.B. E2L 1E8 T: 658-3742 F: 658-3001

SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

A.D.A.P.T. – Amending Destructive Abusive Patterns Together

Offers a treatment program for men who abuse their partners.

Doiron, Tracey & Associates 68 Carleton St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 2Z4 T: 658-6019 F: 652-3081

Community Mental Health Centre NB Department of Health and Wellness Mercantile Centre 55 Union St., 3rd floor, Saint John, N.B. E2L 5B7 T: 658-3737 F: 658-3739

Family Services Saint John Inc. 255 Metcalf St. Saint John, N.B. E2K 1K7 Email: info@familyservicesj.com Web: familyservicesj.com T: 634-8295 F: 652-1477

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

Offers programs and services for individuals, families and businesses such as counselling, education assessments, mediation, as well as workplace and school-based programs.

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Gentle Path Counselling Services Ltd.

Offers programs and services such as workshops, support groups, counselling and education. Topics include anger, healthy relationships, co-dependency, and self-esteem building.

115 Hazen St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 5R8 Email:path@nbnet.nb.ca T:652-7284 F:672-1783

John Howard Society – Saint John Branch Inc.

Provides programs and services for adult and youth offenders.

68 Carleton St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 2Z4 T: 643-2000

Saint John Family Resource Centre 211 Wentworth St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 2T4 T: 633-2182

Offers programs and support for parents such as counselling, drop-in centres, pre-school programs and a program for borrowing toys, and other resources.

FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

AIDS Saint John

Provides education, prevention, support, and advocacy services for persons living with AIDS in the community, as well as for the community as a whole. Programs and services include treatment counselling, workplace education, resource library, clean needle exchange, health promotion, etc.

115 Hazen St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 3L3 T: 652-2437

Anti-Pornography Coalition Quispamsis, N.B. E2G 1K8 T: 847-4625

Boys and Girls Club of Saint John Inc. 1 Paul Harris St. P.O. Box 2441 Saint John, N.B. E2L 3V9 Email: sjbgclub@hotmail.com T:634-2011 F:648-0804

Works to educate the public on the potential harm and content of pornography. Also acts in a lobbying capacity. Offers children and youth opportunities to develop skills, knowledge, and values they seek to become fulfilled individuals. Services include daycare, after school programs, winter and summer programs, and a latch key program.

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Canadian Mental Health Association

Promotes mental health in New Brunswick. Programs/services include: Educational workshops and presentations, advocacy services, referrals and general information.

Saint John Branch Saint John City Hall, 15 Market Square, Suite 1501 Saint John, N.B. E2L 1E8 T: 633-1705

Centracare Saint John Inc. P.O. Box 3220, Stn. B Saint John, N.B E2M 4H7 T: 635-7500

Community Camps Association Inc. P.O. Box 1015 Saint John, N.B. E2L 4E3 T: 658-2595

Community Health Centre 116 Coburg St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 3K1 Email: chamo@reg2.health.nb.ca T: 632-5537 F: 632-5539

Domestic Violence Community Action Group Community Health Centre 116 Coburg St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 3K1 T: 632-5537

Family and Community Social Services NB Department of Family and Community Services 55 Union St. Mercantile Center Saint John, N.B. E2L 5B7 T: 658-2734

Promotes mental health and provides treatment and care to the people of New Brunswick.

Provides low-income single parents and their children with a family camping experience by offering them an opportunity to share their experiences, develop peer support, and share their knowledge. Offers the services of a professional health team including community health nurses, community counsellors, dieticians and other people in the health profession. Their goal is to work toward improving individual well-being and community health.

Offers an inventory of services for victims of domestic violence and helps coordinate available resources.

Provides support and programs for children, adults and families dealing with family violence, including prevention and intervention services.

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Food Banks T: 633-4636 (Info-Line)

Offers food bank services for people with church vouchers. Offers an info line that shares a list of churches that provide vouchers.

Habitat for Humanity Saint John Region Inc.

Works to eliminate poverty in housing through global and specific projects in habitat development.

P.O. Box 20093 Brunswick Square PO Saint John, N.B. E2L 5B2 T: 632-9312

Housing NB Department of Family and Community Services 25 Beaverbrook Avenue Saint John, N.B. E2L 4Y9 T: 658-4640

Housing Alternatives Inc. 57 King St., 4th floor Saint John, N.B. E2L 1G5 T: 632-9393 F: 632-1785

Human Development Council 47 Charlotte St., 3rd floor City Market P.O. Box 6125, Stn. A Saint John, N.B. E2L 4R6 Email: hdc@nbnet.nb.ca T: 634-1673 F: 636-8543

Human Resources Development NB Department of Family and Community Services 1 Agar Place P.O. Box 2900 Saint John, N.B. E2L 5A3 T: 658-2450 F: 658-3034

Helps those with limited incomes to obtain adequate housing while promoting economic self-reliance. Programs and services include public housing, home orientation management workshops, rural and native rental services and subsidized rental assistance.

Develops and manages cooperative and non-profit housing and provides programs in property management, maintenance, and bookkeeping.

Coordinates and promotes social development in the Saint John area to promote a quality of life that creates a balanced community.

Provides programs and services for people who need financial assistance and support to help them become self-sufficient. Specific programs are available for clients who need the services of a transition house.

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Lonewater Farm

Offers programs and services in the area of addictions.

Campbell Road P.O. Box 3241 Grand Bay-Westfield, N.B. E5K 4V5 T: 757-2450 F: 757-2456

Moms and Tots c/o Church of St. Andrew and St. David 164 Germain St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 2G3 Email: thekirk@nbnet.nb.ca T: 634-3092 F: 633-1319

Morning Out c/o Church of St. Andrew and St. David 164 Germain St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 2G3 T: 634-3092 F: 633-1319

One Voice For All c/o Centenary Queen Square Church 215 Wentworth St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 2T4 T: 652-3527 T: 634-8288

Public Health Office NB Department of Health and Wellness 55 Union St., 5th floor Saint John, N.B. E2L 5B7 T: 658-2454 F: 658-3067

Provides single mothers and/or mothers from low income families an opportunity to learn and support each other while their children (aged 1-5) attend a play-based program.

Offers mothers with preschool children an opportunity to participate in crafts, parenting discussions, and make new friends. Their children participate in free play, crafts and story time.

Offers a safe and supportive environment where people who live in poverty can participate in selfhelp groups and learn to speak out.

Supports healthy growth and development, fosters healthy lifestyles, controls communicable diseases, and protects the public from health risks associated with chemical, physical and biological agents. Some programs include early childhood initiatives, addictions prevention and community nutrition.

46 Kierstead Ave. Hampton, N.B. E5N 5A4 T: 832-6050

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Read Saint John

Offers private tutoring for those 15 and older who have been out of school for at least one year and need to improve their literacy skills.

66 Waterloo St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 3P4 Email: readsj@nbnet.nb.ca T: 633-2011 F: 633-2011 (call first)

Romero House 647-649 Brunswick St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 3F9 T: 642-7447

Offers programs and services for the needy. It is a nondenominational organization and services include; soup kitchen, clothing/furniture bank, chapel, emergency food services, health care room, family projects and a mobile service in winter months.

Saint John Community Christmas Exchange

Provides Christmas dinner to needy families who register for the meal through a church.

c/o Germain St. Baptist Church 228 Germain St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 2G4

Saint John Family Resource Centre 211 Wentworth St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 2T4 T: 633-2182

Saint John Learning Exchange Ltd. P.O. Box 6278, Station A Saint John, N.B. E2L 4R7 Email: sjle@nbnet.nb.ca T: 648-0202 F: 658-0785

Saint John Nonprofit Housing Inc. 39 Charlotte St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 2H3 T: 658-1925 F: 635-3479

Offers programs and support for parents such as counselling, drop-in centres, pre-school programs and a program for borrowing toys and other resources.

Helps to improve literacy skills through education, training, upgrading, and employment preparation programs.

Provides services aimed to develop, construct, maintain, and operate housing for low and moderate income seniors, families, and special groups.

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Second Stage Housing Inc.

Provides safe, affordable housing and on-going support and programs to abused women and children. This is not an emergency shelter.

P.O. Box 3339, Station B Saint John, N.B. E2M 4X9 Email: refuge@nb.aibn.com T: 632-9289 F: 672-8619

Sexual Health Centre NB Department of Health and Wellness 55 Union St., 1st floor Saint John, N.B. E2L 3X1 T: 658-3998 F: 658-3067

Urban Core Support Network T: 642-9033

YM-YWCA Rooms 19-25 Hazen Avenue Saint John, N.B. E2L 3G6 Email: aralph@saintjohny.com T: 634-4948 T: 634-7720 F: 642-0783

Promotes sexual health through programs that include counselling, education, clinical follow-up, and community outreach. Offers education services for young adults. Anonymous HIV/AIDS tests available at 643-7404 or 1-800-561-4009

Offers education and support for people facing poverty issues. Provides several programs for women, including computer training, personal development, entrepreneurial training, physical wellness and daycare is provided. Also promotes public awareness about violence through their “week without violence”.

EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Hestia House Inc.

Provides temporary shelter for women and children who are victims of family violence. Offers support services and counselling and public education about family violence.

P.O. Box 7135, Station A Saint John, N.B. E2L 4S5 Email: hestia@nbnet.nb.ca T: 634-7571 F: 652-5651 Crisis Line: 634-7570

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Rothesay Regional Police Force 3 Landing Court Quispamsis, N.B. E2E 4R6 T: 847-6300 F: 847-6301

Saint John Police Force Family Protection and Youth Unit 7th floor, City Hall 15 Market Square P.O. Box 1971 Saint John, N.B. E2L 4L1 Email: gary.mott@city.saintjohn.nb.ca T: 648-3303 T: 648-3333 (after hrs) F: 648-3304

Saint John Regional Hospital

Investigates all sexual assault (adult and children), serious domestic assaults, peace bonds, stalking (criminal harassment), elder abuse, and murder, assault causing bodily harm, etc.

Provides hospital services.

P.O. Box 2100 Saint John, N.B. E2L 4L2 T: 648-6000 F: 648-6060

Saint Joseph’s Hospital

Provides hospital services.

130 Bayard Drive Saint John, N.B. E2L 3L6 T: 632-5555 F: 632-5551

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Centre

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

NB Department of Health and Wellness Mercantile Centre, 55 Union St., 3rd floor Saint John, N.B. E2L 5B7 T: 658-3737 F: 658-3739

Family Services Saint John Inc. 255 Metcalf St. Saint John, N.B. E2K 1K7 Email: info@familyservicesj.com Web: familyservicesj.com T: 634-8295 F: 652-1477

Gentle Path Counselling Services Ltd. 115 Hazen St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 5R8 Email: path@nbnet.nb.ca T: 652-7284 F: 672-1783

Narcotics Anonymous P.O. Box 20082, Brunswick Square Saint John, N.B. E2L 5B2 T: 658-0779 (24 hrs/day)

Ridgewood Addiction Services Atlantic Health Sciences Corporation P.O. Box 3566, Station B, 416 Bay St. Saint John, N.B. E2M 4Y1 T: 674-4300 F: 674-4374

Offers programs and services for individuals, families and businesses such as counselling, education assessment, mediation, as well as workplace and school-based programs.

Offers programs and services such as workshops, support groups, counselling and education. Topics include healthy relationships, codependency, coping with stress and anxiety, etc.

Offers regular meetings for recovering addicts to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. Serves St. Stephen to Sussex area. Telephone for a list of meeting times and locations. Provides inpatient and outpatient programs and services to chemically dependent individuals, compulsive gamblers, their families and the community.

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SERVICES PROVIDED

Sex Offender and Male Victim Counselling 82 Germain St., Suite 2C /P.O. Box 6413, Station A Saint John, N.B. E2L 4R8 T: 648-0088

COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Domestic Legal Aid

Provides legal services to victims of family violence, helps them leave abusive relationships and obtain child support.

NB Department of Justice 110 Charlotte St., 3rd floor Provincial Building P.O. Box 5001 Saint John, N.B. E2L 4Y9 T: 658-2400 F: 658-3762

Elizabeth Fry Society of Saint John

Provides support and services to women in conflict with the law.

68 Carleton St. Saint John, N.B. E2L 2Z4 T: 635-8855

Family Support Order Service (FSOS) NB Department of Justice Saint John T: 658-2400

Legal Aid Clinic Inc. N.B. Anti-Poverty 55 Canterbury St., Suite 4 Saint John, N.B. E2L 2C6 T: 632-0096

Promotes the payment of family support orders for New Brunswick families. FSOS works to ensure child and spousal support is paid on time and in full. This service is free of charge to all New Brunswick families with a support order or agreement. Answers legal questions on various areas of law for people living below the poverty line or on social assistance.

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COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Saint John Legal Centre Inc.

Offers free legal service to eligible low income persons in the following areas: 1) Family Law 2) Employment Law 3) Creditor/Debitor Law 4) Human Rights Law 5) Refugee Law 6) Housing and Government Benefits 7) Landlord and Tenant Law Serves Saint John and Kings Counties.

649 Brunswick Drive Saint John, N.B. E2L 3S9 T: 672-7552 F: 633-8766

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SERVICES FOR VICTIMS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Centre for the Prevention of Family Violence in Kent

Offers support to victims of violence in crisis situations, short and long-term counseling for the victims and survivors of family violence, as well as services for abusers. The Centre also offers support groups for victims of violence, for women who were sexually abused in childhood, and provides public education programs. The Centre attempts to find appropriate solutions to prevent family violence and offers training to front-line workers with respect to family violence.

7714 Route 134 Ste-Anne-de-Kent, N.B. E4S 1H5 Email: cpvfk@nbnet.nb.ca T: 743-5449 F: 743-6673

Victim Services NB Department of Public Safety Bouctouche T: 743-7251

Provides support for victims in crisis situations, referrals to other services and support throughout the court process. Also offers support for children who are involved in the court proceedings.

Richibucto T: 523-7150 Shediac T: 533-9100

SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Centre for the Prevention of Family Violence in Kent

Offers support to victims of violence in crisis situations, short and long-term counseling for the victims and survivors of family violence, as well as services for abusers. The Centre also offers support groups for victims of violence, for women who were sexually abused in childhood, and provides public education programs. The Centre attempts to find appropriate solutions to prevent family violence and offers training to front-line workers with respect to family violence.

7714 Route 134 Ste-Anne-de-Kent, N.B. E4S 1H5 Email: cpvfk@nbnet.nb.ca T: 743-5449 F: 743-6673

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SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Center

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

NB Department of Health and Wellness Cartier Place Richibucto, N.B. E4W 5R5 T: 523-7620 F: 523-7678

Probation Services NB Department of Public Safety Bouctouche T: 743-7233

Provides probation and other community based services to adult and young offenders.

FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

BeausĂŠjour Family Crisis Resource Center

Offers information, intervention, and referral services to individuals and families in crisis. Provides education programs for the prevention of family violence.

432 Main St. P.O. Box 2081 Shediac, N.B. E0A 3G0 T: 533-9100

Family and Community Social Services NB Department of Family and Community Services Richibucto T: 523-7606 F: 523-7663

Human Resources Development NB Department of Family and Community Services 9550 Main St., P.O. Box 5001 Richibucto, N.B. E4W 5R5 T: 523-7616 F: 523-7677 T: 1-800-561-2080

Provides support and programs for children, adults and families dealing with family violence, including prevention and intervention services.

Provides programs and services for people who need financial assistance and support to help them become self-sufficient. Specific programs are available for clients who need the services of a transition house.

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Human Resources Development NB Department of Family and Community Services 342 Main St., Unit 147 Shediac, N.B. E4P 2E7 T: 533-3333

Kent County Community Volunteer Action Food Bank 73 Main St. Richibucto T: 523-7580

Kent Family Resource Centre 21 Renault St. Richibouctou, N.B. E4W 4G8 Email: kentcent@nbnet.nb.ca T: 743-8444 F: 524-9915

Public Health Offices NB Department of Health and Wellness P.O. Box 5001 Cartier Place Richibucto, N.B. E4W 5R5 T: 523-7606 F: 523-7766

Supports parents with preparing their children for school by offering opportunities to socialize with other children & build self-esteem.

Supports healthy growth and development, fosters healthy lifestyles, controls communicable diseases, and protects the public from health risks associated with chemical, physical and biological agents. Some programs include early childhood initiatives, addictions prevention and community nutrition.

509 Main St., Unit 3 Shediac, N.B. E4P 2C4 T: 533-3354 F: 533-3376

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EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Crossroads for Women Inc.

Offers safe shelter, support and counselling for women in crisis. Promotes intervention and public education to end family violence.

P.O. Box 1247 Moncton, N.B. E1C 8P9 T: 853-0811

Maison Sérénité House P.O. Box 623 Sainte-Anne-de-Kent, N.B. E4S 1H4 T : 743-1530 R.C.M.P.

Offers safe shelter, support and counselling for women in crisis. Promotes intervention and public education to end family violence.

Irishtown T: 387-2222 Shediac T: 533-5151 Richibucto T: 523-4611

Rogersville Health Center

Provides hospital services.

9 Des Ormes St. Rogersville, N.B. E4Y 1S6 T: 775-2030 F: 775-2025

Stella-Maris-de-Kent Hospital

Provides hospital services.

Sainte-Anne-de-Kent T: 743-7800

COUNSELLING ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Community Mental Health Centre

Promotes mental health and emotional well being by offering programs and services such as crisis intervention, violence prevention and rehabilitation.

NB Department of Health of Wellness Cartier Place P.O. Box 5001 Richibucto, N.B. E4W 5R5 T: 523-7620 F: 523-7678

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COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Crown Prosecutor’s Office NB Department of Justice Richibucto T: 523-7990

Domestic Legal Aid NB Department of Justice 9th floor, Assumption Place 770 Main St. P.O. Box 5001 Moncton, N.B. E1C 8R3 T: 856-2305 F: 856-3226

Family Support Order Services (FSOS) NB Department of Justice Moncton T: 856-2305

Provides legal services to victims of family violence, helps them leave abusive relationships and obtain child support.

Promotes the payment of family support orders for New Brunswick families. FSOS works to ensure child and spousal support is paid on time and in full. This service is free of charge to all New Brunswick families with a support order or agreement.

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SERVICES FOR AGGRESSORS ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Chimo Helpline

Provides crisis intervention and support through a 24 hour, toll free line. Also provides referrals to other services and agencies.

Fredericton T: 1-800-667-5005

FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION Advisory Council on the Status of Women 236 King St., Fredericton, NB E3B 1E2 Email: acswccf@gnb.ca www.acswcccf.nb.ca 1-800-332-3087 T: 444-4101 F: 444-4318

Muriel McQueen Centre for Family Violence Research 678 Windsor Street, PO Box 4400 Fredericton, NB E3B 5A3 T: 453-3595 F: 453-4788

SERVICES PROVIDED Provides advice to the Minister on matters relating to the status of women and brings before the government and the public, matters of interest and concern to women.

The Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre for Family Violence Research conducts actionoriented research and public education relating to family violence and violence against women. The goal is to identify root causes and solutions to family violence and support the victims and survivors of family violence. The family Violence Research Centre is affiliated with the University of New Brunswick and supports the work of research teams conducting collaborative studies into a wide range of family violence issues.

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FINANCIAL HELP AND OTHER ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Muriel McQueen Fergusson Foundation

The Muriel McQueen Fergusson is a provincial charity whose mandate is to eradicate family violence. It supports research into the causes, incidences and forms of family violence, and promotes effective educational programs to increase public awareness about these issues. The Foundation provides financial assistance to nonprofit organizations through a grants program, and recognizes outstanding contributions toward family violence prevention in Canada through its annual Muriel McQueen Fergusson Foundation Award.

PO Box 50,000 Fredericton, N.B. E3B 6C2 T: 472-5085 F: 472-5084

Premier’s Council on the Status of Disabled Persons 440 King St., Suite 648 Fredericton, N.B. E3B 5H8 Email: Pcsdp@gnb.ca www.gnb.ca/0048/english/index.htm T: 444-3000 T: 1-800-442-4412 F: 444-3001

Youth Council of New Brunswick Edgecombe House Fredericton, NB E3B 1G2 T: 453-3271 F: 444-4413 www.gnb.ca/0049/

Advises the provincial government on matters relating to disabled persons and acts as an advocate for the disability community.

Advises on public policy matters affecting New Brunswick youth. Also acts as a consultant and researcher.

EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Chimo Helpline

Provides crisis intervention and support through a 24 hour, toll free line. Also provides referrals to other services and agencies.

Fredericton T: 1-800-667-5005

Emergency only T: 9-1-1

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EMERGENCY ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Family and Community Services T: 1-800-442-9799 (after hours)

Gignoo Transition House Business: 458-1236 Crisis calls: 458-1224

Offers safe shelter for aboriginal women in crisis in Fredericton and across New Brunswick. Programs offered include counselling, support services and public education about family violence.

RCMP All other areas T: 1-800-665-6663

COURT AND LEGAL ORGANIZATION

SERVICES PROVIDED

Public Legal Education and Information Service of New Brunswick (PLEIS-NB)

Provides general legal information to New Brunswickers in English and French. Publishes a wide variety of educational pamphlets and other resources on legal topics such as family law, criminal law, landlord/tenant and family violence. Most materials are free of charge.

P.O. Box 6000 Fredericton, N.B. E3B 5H1 Email: pleisnb@web.ca www.legal-info-legale.nb.ca

Toll-Free Family Law Information Line 1-888-236-2444

Public Legal Education and Information Service of New Brunswick in collaboration with Court Services, Department of Justice, has a toll-free information service (not legal advice) about child support guidelines, custody, divorce, separation and domestic legal aid. Separating parents may also register for "For the Sake of the Children", a free six-hour program presented by Department of Justice Court Services Division around the province. (Anyone requiring specific assistance with their own situation should contact a lawyer.)

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