Community Links

Outreach Support for Women

Acadian Peninsula : 506-395-6233
Bathurst : 506-545-8952
Campbellton: 506-709-1178
Charlotte County: 506-469-5544
Kent County: 506-743-5449
Edmundston: Cell 506-740-4888 Office 506-263-0888
Fredericton: 506-458-9774
Kennebecasis Valley: 506-847-6277
Miramichi: 506-778-6496
Moncton: 506-855-7222
Saint John: 506-649-2580/506-632-5616
Shediac: 506-533-9100
Sussex: 506-433-6579
Woodstock: 506-328-9680


Fredericton Sexual Assault Crisis Centre: 
The Fredericton Sexual Assault Crisis Line is a 24 hour, seven days a week phone line for people who have been affected by sexual violence.  (506) 454-0437. www.fsacc.ca


Chimo
:  Chimo is a provincial crisis phone line that is accessible 24 hrs a day, 365 days a year to all residents of New Brunswick. 1 – 800-667-5005 www.chimohelpline.ca


Coalition Against Abuse in Relationships, Inc. (C.A.A.R.)
– (506) 855-7222 (http://www.coalitionagainstabuse.com/)


Saint John Community Mental Health Service: 
Provides community-based mental health services in short term and long term rehabilitation, child and youth services, senior services, crisis programs and specialized mental health services for those involved with the legal system – Saint John (506) 658-3737


Mobile Crisis Response Team (Community Mental Health after hours service ): 
The Mobile Mental Health Crisis Team (MMHCT) is a group of trained mental health social workers who provide timely and well coordinated response to people who are experiencing a mental health crisis and who requires assessment or intervention. 1-888-811-3664


Gambling Helpline
– 1-800-461-1234


Addiction Services
– Saint John (506) 674-4300


Tele-Care
:  Tele-Care is a free, confidential, health advice and information line that provides access to bilingual registered nurses, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  811


Kennebecasis Regional Police Force
– 847-6300 www.kennebecasisregionalpolice.com


Victim Services
:  Available to all victims of crime in New Brunswick.  Saint John – 658-3742


Public Legal Education & Information Service of New Brunswick:
 
 Assist the public in identifying and understanding their legal rights and responsibilities, and attaining self-help skills where appropriate, to improve their ability to deal with legal issues. (506) 453-5369 – http://www.legal-info-legale.nb.ca/en/


Saint John Regional Hospital
: 648-6000


Saint Joseph’s Hospital:
632-5555


Community Health Center
: The St. Joseph’s Community Health Centre is located within St. Joseph’s Hospital and provides primary health care, as well as health promotion and prevention programs, community partnership programs, and a wide variety of education programs. The centre employs a family physician, nurse practitioners, dietitians and occupational therapists.  632-5537


Kennebecasis Valley Food Bank: 
The
Kennebecasis Food Bank provides basic groceries to those in need. 847-5854


Kids Help Line
:  
Mission is to improve the well-being of children and youth in Canada by providing them anonymous and confidential professional counselling, referrals and information in English and French, through technologically-based communications media.  1-800-668-6868


Hestia House
:
Shelter for abused women and their children in a secure setting.  634-7571 (http://www.hestiahouse.ca/)  Hestia House Crisis Line: 635-7570


Second Stage Housing Inc.
: 
Second Stage Safe Haven provides ongoing support, counseling and programs in conjunction with temporary, long term and safe affordable housing for abused women and abused women and their children. 632-9289


First Steps:
Offers housing for
pregnant and parenting young women who had no safe place to livehttp://www.firststepshousing.com/  (506) 693-2228,  24 hour helpline 693-BABY (2229)


Sophia Recovery Center:
  Is a non-residential facility for women of all ages who are in the first and second stages of recovery.  (506) 633-8783 http://sophiarecoverycentre.com/


Alcoholics Anonymous:
 
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others recover from alcoholism. (506) 650-3114.  www.area81aa.ca

TRC( Teen Resource Center): The Teen Resource Centre (TRC) provides a safe and encouraging environment for youth to explore their full potential.  (506) 506-632-5531.   http://www.trc4youth.org/ 


Greater Saint John Sexual Assault Response Team:  T
he Greater Saint John Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) is a community-based response by a group of volunteers and professionals from healthcare, public safety, victim advocacy, counseling, and community service agencies working together to provide integrated and comprehensive care and service delivery to adult victims of sexual assault. Phone: (506) 632-5537 or (506) 343-7856  http://www.sjsart.ca/Greater_Saint_John_Sexual_Assault_Response_Team/About_Us.html


Pasage Saint John:
PASAGE Saint John is a community- based organization (registered charity) working in the field of youth substance abuse prevention.  (506) 642-4035 http://pasage.ca/


Portage:
Portage Atlantic provides an integrated program to help people who are suffering from substance abuse to seek Freedom from addiction. Based on the therapeutic community approach, the program stimulates personal development that teaches residents how to overcome their substance abuse problems take back control of their lives.  (506) 506-839-1200 http://www.portage.ca/atlantic/index.html


Family Support Order Services:
The Family Support Orders Service (FSOS) is a program within the New Brunswick Department of Justice and Consumer Affairs. Our goal is to maintain a steady flow of child and spousal support payments to families and children. (506) 658-2400  http://www.gnb.ca/0062/fsos/newsite/index-e.asp