Ability New Brunswick aims to empower and give independence to those with a spinal cord injury or a mobility disability. By providing innovative services, developing progressive public policy.
Adult Literacy Fredericton strives to empower adult learners aged 18 and over, by helping them acquire reading, writing and numeracy skills necessary to function successfully at home, work. Through this work, learners are better equipped to reach their full potential in the community.
Big Brothers Big Sisters aims to help children in our community through mentoring relationships. Serving as role models, our mentors teach by example the importance of giving and giving back, of staying in school, and of having respect for family, peers and community.
The FBGC is committed to transforming the lives of children, youth and their families including those most vulnerable, by providing safe places and offering services and programs designed to meet the evolving needs of our community.
CRMHAA advocates for mental health, and facilitates support groups for mental health service users. They also strive to education the pubic and corporations on the importance of mental health. Partnered with the John Howard Society that aim to eradicate homelessness. They offer certification in Suicide Intervention and Mental Health First Aid.
Chimo Helpline is a provincial crisis phone line, accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to all residents of New Brunswick. They can provide a listening ear, helpful information, crisis intervention and referrals to over 4000 resources in the province of New Brunswick
CNIB provides community-based support, knowledge and a national voice to ensure Canadians who are blind or partially sighted have the confidence, skills and opportunities to fully participate in life.
Easter Seals New Brunswick is a bilingual, not-for-profit organization, working in partnership with persons with disabilities, enabling them to attain independence and equality of opportunity available in their communities.
Family Enrichment and Counselling Service Fredericton Inc. is a not-for-profit, community agency dedicated to providing counselling services, educational programs, and mediation in Fredericton and surrounding area. We provide services to: children (play-based therapy); individuals, families, and couples; to employees through EAP and to employers through on-site consultation and training; and to the community through personal and professional development programs and advocacy.
Fredericton Community Kitchens aims to provide food security to residents in our community. By providing over 14,000 meals a month they strive to continue this initiative and expand it to include more
This is a teaching facility that delivers an integrated program in which primary health care services, teaching and research are combined. Health services include scheduled and unscheduled appointments with a health care provider, as well as a wide range of diagnostic and support services from the health care team. A unique feature of FDCHC is its Community Access Room, a laundry and showering facility for the vulnerably housed or homeless population.
Fredericton Homeless Shelters aim to restore human dignity to those who were experiencing homelessness in Fredericton and the surrounding areas. The Fredericton Homeless Shelters have three shelters, the Men’s Shelter, Grace House for Women, and Brunswick Home Transitional Housing. Together, the shelters provide temporary housing to over 300 individuals every year.
FSAC aims to provide information, support, and counselling to those affected by sexual violence (sexual assault, sexual harassment, child sexual abuse, and incest) and dating violence. FSAC also works towards the eradication of sexual violence.
Greener Village is a food bank, clothing boutique, community kitchen and agricultural program. The food bank portion support over 3,000 individuals through 1,000 food hampers that are picked up monthly.
Jobs Unlimited is an employment agency for men and women with an employment barrier. They aim to facilitate work placement for individuals who face significant barriers to employment within the community.
The purpose of this organization is to assist inmates, ex-offenders, and those considered to be at risk to offend (due to their economic, emotional, social, or other factors) in their attempts to re-enter the circles of mainstream society. The mandate is three-fold: direct service, reform and community education and development.
LIBERTY LANE is a non-profit organization that offers Second Stage Housing to women and children who have experienced family violence.
Meals on Wheels of Fredericton Inc. is a not-for-profit organization with a mandate to provide nutritious meals and social support to seniors, individuals with disabilities, and those recovering from illness, surgery or injury; to assist them in the enhancement of a healthy and independent lifestyle.
The New Brunswick Association for Community Living (NBACL) is a provincial, non-profit organization that works with and on behalf of children and adults with an intellectual disability and their families. NBACL works to ensure that people with an intellectual disability, with the support of their families, have the option to choose the supports they need to live meaningful lives and participate in their communities as valued and contributing members.
The Multicultural Association of Fredericton Inc (MCAF) plays a vital role in establishing communication and fostering understanding between the community, settled immigrants and newcomers.
OPAL Family Services, was incorporated as a charitable entity in 1984 as a means of providing respite for parents who have a child or adult dependent with an intellectual disability. OPAL strives to meet this need for respite by providing services specifically designed to give parents a break.
Our food bank provides some of the basic necessities in crisis and emergency situations to the financially vulnerable members of our community.
Scouts Canada, the country’s leading youth organization, offers challenging programs for boys, girls and youth age 5-26 in thousands of individual groups in most cities and towns across Canada
Sunbury West Headstart strives to enhance early childhood development of cognitive, social, emotional, and physical health in preschool aged children: empower parents through educational opportunities and involvement in decision making; and engage individuals, organizations, and businesses to develop cooperative partnerships and strengthen community resources for families
Youth In Transition addresses the needs of at-risk or homeless youth by offering supportive living arrangement in conjunction with a program aimed at increasing their self-esteem and independent living skills. At Chrysalis House, we provide a nurturing home for our youth to mend their past hurts and a supportive and engaging environment for them to develop essential life skills.