Zone 5 – Youth
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
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:
– 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
“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”.
Community agency offering systemic advocacy, education, support and awareness of mental health and mental illness.
The Government of New Brunswick has adopted a child and youth centered approach that we call Integrated Service Delivery (ISD). Within the ISD model, we have Child and Youth teams (C&Y) throughout the province who offer services to children and youth with emotional, behavioural, mental health or addiction issues. These multidisciplinary teams are composed of professionals in various fields, such as psychology, social work and education.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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:
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday/Sunday/Holidays 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The Centre offers services to individuals with FASD and their family and to the professionals working with them. These services can consist of:
* 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.
The Pierre Caissie Centre is a 4 bed tertiary residential facility staffed with a multidisciplinary team (psychologist, social workers, learning specialist and youth care workers) committed to working with youth, ages 12 to 18, who present with ongoing emotional/ behavioral disorders.
The Pierre Caissie Center thrives to deliver high quality youth and family-centered comprehensive assessments and treatment plans with referrals stemming from community ISD (Integrated Service Delivery) teams across the province of New-Brunswick.
The Center offers clinically guided trauma informed treatment and reintegration plans, which reflect the needs of the youth, their families and the community support teams.
The Pierre Caissie Centre’s mandate is to act as a trauma focused therapeutic program for youth who cannot function safely and successfully in their home/social environment despite ongoing community supports’ involvement.
Portage Atlantic is a non-profit residential substance use rehabilitation program providing services to youth aged 14-21 in New Brunswick.
If you are a youth or parent interested in these services, please contact the Integrated Service Delivery (ISD) – Addiction and Mental Health Services Support and Services for Children and Youth in your region for more information.
The centre, located in Cassidy Lake, New Brunswick, also serves youth from Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Unit (CAPU) is a six-bed, provincial-based, inpatient psychiatric unit.
The unit provides specialized services in the areas of diagnosis clarification, assessment, and treatment for youth who require a concentrated and comprehensive service as recommended by their Mental Health Treatment Team.
The unit provides services to youth aged 9-17 (less one day) and is staffed by registered nurses, youth care workers, a psychologist, a social worker, and a clinical coordinator.
The Restigouche Autism Center provides our community with information pertaining to autism, as well as a place for families to develop a support network. We welcome individuals with autism, their families and caregivers, professionals and students in the health care and education systems, as well as anyone touched by autism.
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”.
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.