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211 is an information helpline available by phone that helps New Brunswick residents navigate the complex network of government, health, community and social services quickly and easily, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, with interpretation in 170 languages. Access to food, financial assistance, newcomer support, resources for parents and families, and more … When you don’t know where to turn, help starts at 211.

Tele-Care is a free, confidential, health advice and information line. Dial 811 for access to bilingual, registered nurses, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In an emergency, call 911 or visit the local emergency department

Telephone:
811
Website:

The NB 9-1-1 Bureau provides the citizens of New Brunswick rapid and accurate access to emergency services on a 24/7 basis.

A 9-1-1 emergency is a threat to your health, safety or property.
Call 9-1-1 when there is a:
– Fire
– Serious accident
– Crime in progress
– Person or property in immediate danger
– Life-threatening medical situation
– Exposure to, inhalation or swallowing of a poisonous substance
– Hazardous material

Located throughout the province and run by, and for, persons living with mental illness, activity centres have a focus on mental illness prevention and mental health promotion. Their self-help programs are varied and are based according to local needs and interests. These centres promote community integration by providing social, vocational, recreational and advocacy activities. They help people become more independent of formal services by means of peer support, education, and mutual aid.

Address:
5295 Route 114
Hopewell Hill
Telephone:
(506)882-2604
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“As the nationwide leader and champion for mental health, CMHA facilitates access to the resources people require to maintain and improve mental health and community integration, build resilience, and support recovery from mental illness”.

Address:
500-250 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON
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Community agency offering systemic advocacy, education, support and awareness of mental health and mental illness.

Address:
22 Church St
Moncton
Telephone:
(506)859-8114
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Community agency offering systemic advocacy, education, support and awareness of mental health and mental illness.

Address:
403 Regent St
Fredericton
Telephone:
(506)455-5231
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Centracare is a 50-bed psychiatric hospital which provides specialized treatment and rehabilitative services for patients/clients with difficult to manage psychiatric challenges that are of medium or long-term duration. The instability of conditions and the need for specialized interventions and supervision may be decisive factors in choosing Tertiary Care.

Address:
414 Bay St
Saint John
Telephone:
(506)649-2550

Located throughout the province and run by, and for, persons living with mental illness, activity centres have a focus on mental illness prevention and mental health promotion. Their self-help programs are varied and are based according to local needs and interests. These centres promote community integration by providing social, vocational, recreational and advocacy activities. They help people become more independent of formal services by means of peer support, education, and mutual aid.

Address:
78 rue Caissie
Shediac
Telephone:
(506)531-5691
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Address:
42 Richard Ave
Buctouche
Telephone:
(506)871-7965
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The Autism Resource Centre (ARC) makes sure social supports are available and accessible for individuals with autism or other development disorders.

Our Services include:
• Lending Library and Material Loan
• Summer Camp
• Volunteer opportunities
• Support for parents in finding resources and services available in the area
• Teen programs
• Family Activities
• Printing and laminating of personalized visuals (PECS, routines, schedules…)”

Address:
55 Gauvin Rd
Dieppe
Telephone:
(506)855-9032
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Located throughout the province and run by, and for, persons living with mental illness, activity centres have a focus on mental illness prevention and mental health promotion. Their self-help programs are varied and are based according to local needs and interests. These centres promote community integration by providing social, vocational, recreational and advocacy activities. They help people become more independent of formal services by means of peer support, education, and mutual aid.

Address:
78 rue Évangéline
Bouctouche
Telephone:
(506)743-2234
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Chimo is a provincial crisis phone line, accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to all residents of New Brunswick.

Our mission is to serve our community by providing a competent level of crisis intervention, referrals and vital information in a caring, confidential manner.

We can help you by providing a listening ear, helpful information, crisis intervention and referrals to resources in the province of N.B.

Telephone:
1-800-667-5005

The Community Program Coordinator is the face of CMHA of NB in their respective communities and is responsible for promoting the mental health of all people through education sessions, public awareness activities, advocacy and resources. The Community Education Coordinator provides such services in the community. The Community Education Coordinator’s main responsibilities include; coordination and delivery of programs, workshops and presentations, development of community partnerships, promotion of CMHA of NB programming and services, volunteer management, coordination of special events and assisting with fundraising events as requested.

Address:
81 Albert St
Moncton
Telephone:
(506)852-3270
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The Community Program Coordinator is the face of CMHA of NB in their respective communities and is responsible for promoting the mental health of all people through education sessions, public awareness activities, advocacy and resources. The Community Education Coordinator provides such services in the community. The Community Education Coordinator’s main responsibilities include; coordination and delivery of programs, workshops and presentations, development of community partnerships, promotion of CMHA of NB programming and services, volunteer management, coordination of special events and assisting with fundraising events as requested.

Address:
21 boul Cartier Blvd
Richibucto
Telephone:
(506)523-2065
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Located throughout the province and run by, and for, persons living with mental illness, activity centres have a focus on mental illness prevention and mental health promotion. Their self-help programs are varied and are based according to local needs and interests. These centres promote community integration by providing social, vocational, recreational and advocacy activities. They help people become more independent of formal services by means of peer support, education, and mutual aid.

Address:
62 Main Street
Sackville
Telephone:
(506)536-7475
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Provides treatment and support to clients (16-30) and their families who are coping with their first episode of psychotic illness with a goal of early intervention, rehabilitation and prevention of relapse and reintegration before the illness has a significant impact.

Address:
81 Albert Street
Moncton
Telephone:
(506)856-2444
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Provides treatment and support to clients (16-30) and their families who are coping with their first episode of psychotic illness with a goal of early intervention, rehabilitation and prevention of relapse and reintegration before the illness has a significant impact.

Address:
81 Albert Street
Moncton
Telephone:
(506)862-4144
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Provides treatment and support to clients (16-30) and their families who are coping with their first episode of psychotic illness with a goal of early intervention, rehabilitation and prevention of relapse and reintegration before the illness has a significant impact.

Address:
25 Cartier Blvd.
Richibucto
Telephone:
(506)523-7620
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Emergency Mental Health offers consultative/assessment services to individuals who are suffering from an acute episode of mental illness and who seek emergency care through the hospital’s emergency department.

Address:
135 MacBeth Ave
Moncton
Telephone:
(506) 857-5361

Located throughout the province and run by, and for, persons living with mental illness, activity centres have a focus on mental illness prevention and mental health promotion. Their self-help programs are varied and are based according to local needs and interests. These centres promote community integration by providing social, vocational, recreational and advocacy activities. They help people become more independent of formal services by means of peer support, education, and mutual aid.

Address:
97 Cameraon St
Moncton
Telephone:
(506)387-7706
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The Flexible Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) aims to assist people experiencing severe and persistent mental illnesses and multiple limitations in their overall functionning. The FACT program allows clients to move back and forth between higher and lower intensity services, to reduce hospital stays and maintain persons with severe mental illness in community.

Address:
81 Albert Street
Moncton
Telephone:
(506) 856-2444
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The Flexible Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) aims to assist people experiencing severe and persistent mental illnesses and multiple limitations in their overall functioning. The FACT program allows clients to move back and forth between higher and lower intensity services, to reduce hospital stays and maintain persons with severe mental illness in community.

Address:
81 Albert Street
Moncton
Telephone:
(506)862-4144
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The Flexible Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) aims to assist people experiencing severe and persistent mental illnesses and multiple limitations in their overall functioning. The FACT program allows clients to move back and forth between higher and lower intensity services, to reduce hospital stays and maintain persons with severe mental illness in community.

Address:
25 Cartier Blvd.
Richibucto
Telephone:
(506)523-7620
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The Operational Stress Injury Clinic provides mental health assessment and treatment to clients and their families who are suffering from work related psychological stress and trauma. Clients are referred by Veterans Affairs Canada, the Department of National Defense and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Conditions treated at the clinic include post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety disorders, as well as depression, chronic pain and addictive illness. Staff working in this clinic have extensive education and expertise in treating trauma and mental illness. The OSI Clinic in Fredericton serves the Atlantic Region.

Address:
900 Hanwell Rd Unit 12, Carriage Place
Fredericton
Telephone:
(506)474-2265

Provides information and/or referrals for help to individuals with problems related to gambling, their families and/or others affected by problem gambling.

Note: The service can handle Tele-typewriting or Text telephone (TTY) calls.

Telephone:
1-800-461-1234

Located throughout the province and run by, and for, persons living with mental illness, activity centres have a focus on mental illness prevention and mental health promotion. Their self-help programs are varied and are based according to local needs and interests. These centres promote community integration by providing social, vocational, recreational and advocacy activities. They help people become more independent of formal services by means of peer support, education, and mutual aid.

Telephone:
(506)857-1340
Location:
P.O. Box 1173 Moncton

The objective of opioid addiction treatment is to help reduce the harms cause by opioids through:
* Support and counselling
* Individual and group services
* Disease education and prevention programs
* Support accessing other services offered in the community
* Methodone/suboxone maintenance treatment

Address:
125 Mapleton Rd
Moncton
Telephone:
(506)856-2333

Addiction and Mental Health Services provide a range of services for individuals, youth, and family members affected by substance misuse, problem gambling and mental health issues.

Services include:
* individual counselling and support
* family and natural support
* psycho-education
* therapeutic groups
* psychiatric services
* substance replacement therapy
* community and educational services related to prevention/education, health promotion and community mobilization
* community crisis response
* critical incident stress management

Address:
81 Albert St
Moncton
Telephone:
(506)856-2444

Addiction and Mental Health Services provide a range of services for individuals, youth, and family members affected by substance misuse abuse, problematic gambling and mental health issues.

Services include:
* individual counselling and support
* family and natural support
* psycho-education
* therapeutic groups
* psychiatric services
* substance replacement therapy
* community and educational services related to prevention/education, health promotion and community mobilization
* community crisis response
* critical incident stress management

Address:
Room 1290
8 Main Street
Sackville
Telephone:
(506)364-4100
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Provides a safe therapeutic environment for detoxification treatment of substances/alcohol and/or gambling abuse/dependance and relapse prevention.

During their stay in detox, an individual receives support, attends educational sessions, and undergoes medical and psychosocial assessments.

Address:
125 Mapleton Rd
Moncton
Telephone:
(506)856-2333

The Psychiatric Unit at the Moncton Hospital provides inpatient services to individuals suffering from an acute episode of mental illness. The service generaly includes assessment, stabilization, diagnosis, treatment and consultation.

Follow-up care is provided by community-based Addictions and Mental Health services.

Address:
135 McBeth Unit 3200
Moncton
Telephone:
(506) 857-5240

The psychiatric Unit at the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre provides inpatient services to individuals suffering from an acute episode of mental illness that include:

* Assessment and diagnosis
* Treatment, support, rehabilitation and social integration
* Other specialized services according to individual needs
* Participation in the development of a treatment plan and in discharge planning

Address:
330 University Ave.
Moncton
Telephone:
(506)862-4175

Intensive Day Treatment (IDT) is a four to six week community-based service offered to individuals living in the Greater Moncton region (Albert, Westmorland and Kent counties) and in First Nation communities (Elsipogtog, Fort Folly, Bouctouche and Indian Island).

This specialized service offers individualized recovery plans to adults 19 years or older who are experiencing substance use and/or gambling with or without associated mental health issues. Services are primarily offered in a group format.

Address:
1600 Main Street Unit 290
Moncton
Telephone:
(506)869-6875
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Kids Help Phone offers free telephone, chat and texting support to children and youth 24/7 in French and English. Youth can be anonymous and will receive professional counselling, information and referrals. Call 1-800-668-6868, visit kidshelpphone.ca for online resources or Text “Talk” to 686868 You can also download the “Always There” App.

Telephone:
1-800-668-6868
Location:
Toronto, ON

Lonewater Farm is a long term live-in recovery centre for men in the early stages of recovery.  Individual and group counselling offered. Residents can stay for a period of up to 90 days.

Address:
17 Lonewater Farm Rd
Nerepis
Telephone:
(506)757-2450

Addiction and mental health social workers and/or nurses provide timely and well-coordinated responses to people who are experiencing a mental health crisis and who require assessment or intervention in the community.

Hours of Operation:
Daily 12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Telephone:
1-866-771-7760

The Mobile Crisis Response (MCR) Team provides timely intervention, support and short term crisis management for children, youth and adults experiencing an important emotional distress relative to addiction and mental health.

MCR Teams offer support to families, friends, community agencies and others to manage addiction and mental health crisis through education, outreach and consultations.

Hours of Operation:
Daily 12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Telephone:
1-866-771-7760

The Mobile Crisis Response (MCR) Team provides timely intervention, support and short term crisis management for children, youth and adults experiencing an important emotional distress relative to addiction and mental health.

MCR Teams offer support to families, friends, community agencies and others to manage addiction and mental health crisis through education, outreach and consultations.

Hours of Operation:
Daily 12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Telephone:
1-866-771-7760

The Centre offers services to individuals with FASD and their family and to the professionals working with them. These services can consist of:
* Prevention;
* Diagnosis (for children up to 18 years of age);
* Intervention and support.
The Centre holds 24 diagnostic clinics every year. It is a member of the Canada FASD Research Network.

Address:
667 Champlain Street, Suite 105A
Dieppe
Telephone:
(506) 862-3783
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Located throughout the province and run by, and for, persons living with mental illness, activity centres have a focus on mental illness prevention and mental health promotion. Their self-help programs are varied and are based according to local needs and interests. These centres promote community integration by providing social, vocational, recreational and advocacy activities. They help people become more independent of formal services by means of peer support, education, and mutual aid.

Address:
97 1/2 Cameron Street
Moncton
Telephone:
(506)859-6975
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The Restigouche Hospital Centre offers long-term specialized services. Although located in Campbellton, it has a provincial mandate in the area of forensic psychiatry.

It provides services to patients who have been referred by a doctor.

Address:
63 Gallant Drive
Campbellton
Telephone:
(506)760-4000

The mission of the Schizophrenia Society of New Brunswick is “To improve the quality of life for those affected by schizophrenia and psychosis through education, support programs, public policy and research”.

Address:
1756 Water Street
Miramichi
Telephone:
(506)622-1595
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Social Supports NB is a user-friendly website that helps New Brunswick seniors, families and caregivers navigate dozens of government programs and community services. From housing and income support to health services and more, we’ve got the details.

Provide interventions to reduce the harm associated with illicit drug use by providing access to opioid replacement medications, counselling and other community-based services.

Address:
125 Mapleton Road
Moncton
Telephone:
(506)869-6655 or (506)856-2333
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This provincial service offers residential rehabilitation treatment services for people with mental health and addiction problems. During their stay, an individual receives help to stay clean in combination with therapy depending on their needs.

The treatment may last from 30 to 90 days depending on the individual’s needs and objectives. The services are very personalized.

The service is provided in Campbellton. It can handle up to 12 people at a time. New admissions occur weekly. The service is available to any New Brunswicker with mental health and addiction problems whose needs may or must be treated in a residential setting may receive this service.

To request this service, talk to a health professional who knows you well and who is participating in your treatment. This person could make the request for you.

Address:
53 Gallant Dr.
Campbellton
Telephone:
(506)789-7055

Community Mental Health Services provide a range of services for individuals and family members. Mental Health Services are integrated with Addiction Services, in order to provide an individualized recovery- based approach.

Services include:
Assessment of your situation and needs;
Individual and group therapy;
Education and psychological support;
Crisis Intervention;
Counselling after a traumatic event;
Counselling, rehabiliation services and support;
Psychiatric consultations;
Suicide prevention and intervention

Any adult who thinks they need our services may call us directly. You DON’T NEED to be referred by a doctor. A professional may also request services for a patient.

Address:
81 Albert St.
Telephone:
(506) 862-4144

Community Mental Health Services provide a range of services for individuals and family members. Mental Health Services are integrated with Addiction Services, in order to provide an individualized recovery- based approach.

Services include:
Assessment of your situation and needs;
Individual and group therapy;
Education and psychological support;
Crisis Intervention;
Counselling after a traumatic event;
Counselling, rehabiliation services and support;
Psychiatric consultations;
Suicide prevention and intervention

Any adult who thinks they need our services may call us directly. You DON’T NEED to be referred by a doctor. A professional may also request services for a patient.

Address:
25 Cartier Blvd., Unit 153
Richibucto
Telephone:
(506)523-7620 or 1-866-662-1166