Resources
Connecting you to support groups and organizations

Capital Youth Hub has a parent peer support group the 4th Thursday of the month.
Email anita@crmhaa.ca for more details or see out programs page.

Family

  • Wolastoqiyik Services - provides family services to First Nation families, individuals, youth and elders. ​​
    • (506)-206-9577
  • Greener Village - ​​Food Bank, Learning Kitchen, Community Gardens and the Unique Boutique. Supports the community by providing the food, clothing and developmental opportunities people require on their journey to self sufficiency.
    • 506-459-7461

Youth

  • New Brunswick Child & Youth Advocate - NB advocate for the rights and interests of children and youth
  • New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council - NBAPC supports and empower youth to participate and be actively involved in the decisions that shape their lives, families, communities and our nations.
  • Black Lives Matter Fredericton - BLMF aims to address the issues of anti-Blackness, racism, and systemic oppression within our communities.
  • Youth Outreach Program with NB African Association & John Howard Society of Fredericton - promoting the welfare and well-being of Black Canadians, Africans, African Europeans, Caribbean and their families within our community.
  • Youth in Transition - a nurturing home for our youth to mend their past hurts and a supportive and engaging environment for them to develop essential life skills.
  • Partners for Youth - Engages youth who are facing challenges in their lives and assists them in becoming capable, connected, and contributing members of their communities.
  • Fredericton Therapeutic Riding Association - Provides therapeutic horseback riding to individuals with a physical and/or cognitive disability 
    • ​(506)-455-3872
  • Bullying Canada - a youth-created website to bringing together bullied kids and providing information on bullying. 24/7 support service
  • Youth Mental Health Canada - a community-based, youth-led non-profit organization focused on youth, family and community engagement for mental health education, support, advocacy and change.
  • BounceBack at the Canadian Mental Health Association - workbooks, activities and videos to create your own self-help journey, and work with a trained coach over the phone.
  • Mind Your Mind - where mental health, wellness, engagement and technology meet. Community partners and young people aged 14 to 29 co-create interactive tools and innovative resources to build capacity and resilience.
  • Anxiety Canada -  free online, self-help, and evidence-based resources on anxiety.  
  • Strongest Family Institute - Defeat Anxiety program -  helps youth ages 12-17 learn skills to overcome, control and gradually face their anxiety.
  • Be There -  educating ourselves to recognize when someone is struggling and learn how to properly support one another. 
  • Kidshelpphone.ca -  self-guided tools, crisis support, community resource database and a peer to peer community
  • National Eating Disorder Information Centre-   NEDIC provides information, resources, referrals and support to Canadians affected by eating disorders.

LGBTQIA2S+

  • PFlag - national charitable organization, founded by parents who wished to help themselves and their family members understand and accept their LGBTQ2S children.

Pre/post-natal

  • Women's Care Center - Pre-natal, post natal and pregnancy care support

Grief

  • NB COPES - safe, compassionate and creative spaces for children & their families to learn about grief  and connect with others in similar circumstances.
    • Contact through website​