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St John Ambulance

New Brunswick Council

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-458-9129
Toll Free Phone 1-800-563-9998
Fax 506-452-8699
E-Mail nb.info@sja.ca
Website www.sja.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/SJANewBrunswick/?eid=ARCe1VH3sHhrLbj8_sTXvvj3f8831V5frTt1To3nXLKmUT5e_YiFqB5Ojj6dxAxeWpDF0gHHAhD1yJuq
Primary Contact Melissa Pitre, Inventory and Operations Coordinator, St. John Ambulance; Phone: 506-458-9144 * 1-800-563-9998; Fax: 506-452-8699; Email: nb.supplies@sja.ca
Alternate Contact Linda Chiasson, Manager of Training and Client Services, St. John Ambulance; Phone: 506-451-9152 * 1-800-563-9998; Fax: 506-452-8699; Email: linda.chiasson@sja.ca
Volunteer Coordinator Jessica Brewer, Community Services Coordinator, St. John Ambulance; Phone: 506-451-9162 * 1-800-563-9998; Fax: 1-506-452-8699; Email: nb.communityservices@sja.ca
Primary Executive Laura Brewer, Director of Operations and Community Relations, St. John Ambulance; Phone: 506-458-9146 * 1-800-563-9998; Fax: 1-506-452-8699; Email: Laura.Brewer@sja.ca
Mailing Address PO Box 3599 
Station B 
Fredericton, NB 
Canada E3A 5J8
Description & Services
Description of service(s) To enable Canadians to improve their health, safety and quality of life by providing training and community service. 
We carry out our mission through community service, and first aid, and CPR training. 
First Aid Response Services » 
Trained volunteers provide first aid services at community gatherings, sporting and recreational events. 
Therapy Dog Services » 
Through regular visitations, St. John Therapy Dog Teams enrich the lives of the elderly and ill, as well as children, by providing unconditional love and support. 
​​Youth Services » 
Young Canadians are given the opportunity to learn first aid and volunteer in their communities, fostering their personal development and commitment to service. 
Emergency Response » 
When disaster strikes, St. John Ambulance is there to help. St. John Ambulance community-based volunteers are trained in an integrated system of first aid, CPR and health care.
Hours 8:30-4:30 Monday -Friday
Dates Program is Offered 7 days a week
Areas Served New Brunswick
Eligibility Ages: 14 year(s) and up
Languages English ; French
Fees Program - for courses
Location information
Site Location Throughout New Brunswick
Located In Community New Brunswick
Address & Map
200 Miles St
Fredericton, NB
Canada E3A 5J8
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Accessibility Partially Accessible ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (51) Registered Charity
Service Categories Emergency Preparedness and Response Planning ; First Aid Instruction ; Pet Assisted Therapy

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