Below are a series of short and shareable videos about the important work you support through the United Way Central NB Community Fund. Each video focuses on a local United Way funded project, organization or donor.
Capital Region Mental Health and Addictions Association – 2:57
CRMHAA Executive Director Ben Harrison walks us through what CRMHAA is, what programs is offers and how funding and support provided by United Way Central NB is vital to the agencies success and continued operations.
Youth in Transition (Chrysalis House) – 3:08
Chrysalis House, House Manager Sarah Rogers talks about what Youth in Transition is, how it supports at risk youth in the community and how vital a space like Chrysalis House is for youth in the community. Former Chrysalis House resident Alyssa talks about her experience in the house and her advice for those who may be struggling with their mental health or who are struggling to find help.
Through funding from the Federal government and great support from the Provincial government and the United Ways of New Brunswick, the 211 NB offers free, confidential service that connects people to critical social and community supports. 211 acts as the front door to support, helping people navigate the complex network of government and community programs and services quickly to find what they need for their unique situation. Dial 2-1-1 to be connected to a community navigator. It is accessible 24 hours a day and in over 150 languages. You can also access the 211 New Brunswick online portal to learn more about services in your area.
United Ways are proud to help bring this valuable service to our region. Learn more about 211 below.