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Fundy Region Transition House Inc

Charlotte County Outreach, Carol-Ann's House/ Second Stage for women and women with children

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-466-4485
Crisis Phone 506-466-4485
Fax 506-466-4487
E-Mail frth@nb.aibn.com
Website fundyregiontransitionhouse.com
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/fundyregion.transitionhouse
Primary Contact Monica Reid Konefal, Executive Director, Fundy Region Transition House, Inc.; Phone: 506-466-4590 * 506-466-4485 * 506-467-5506; Fax: 506-466-4487; Email: frth@nb.aibn.com
Alternate Contact Kelly Kurtz-Johnson, Program Coordinator, Carol-Ann's House/ Second Stage Housing; Phone: 506-466-8021; Email: frth-csw@nb.aibn.com
Volunteer Coordinator Sam Gullison, Outreach Coordinator, Fundy Region Transition House Inc.; Phone: 506469-5544; Email: frth-outreach@nb.aibn.com
Primary Executive Laureen Ingersoll, Daytime Crisis Intervener/Main Office Manager, Fundy Region Transition House, Inc.; Phone: 506-466-4485; Email: deanie@nb.aibn.com
Mailing Address PO Box 73 
St Stephen, NB E3L 2W9
Description & Services
Description of service(s) Our Program 
Fundy Region Transition House, Inc. (FRTH) is a shelter for women and women with children experiencing intimate partner violence and abuse. Crisis Interveners are sensitive to women's needs and offer a variety of skills and experience to help women and their families during stressful situations. FRTH provides information and referrals to local agencies such as Legal Aid, Mental Health, Income Assistance, affordable housing and Public Health. Day clients are welcome to participate in programs or access services without residing at the home. Our Child Support Worker provides a supportive and safe atmosphere for children. The Children's Support Program (CSP) offers children room for healthy expression of feelings through feelings identification activities dealing with separation/divorce, self-esteem and anger management while providing support for children in crisis situations. In addition the CSP assists women when navigating the justice system for custody and access and provides a variety of programs in the schools throughout Charlotte County.  
FRTH offers an Outreach Program (Charlotte County Outreach) Contact Carol Gamblin at (506)469-5544 
FRTH / Carol-Ann's House, offers second stage housing to women and women with children,  
contact Lynne or Kelly @ (506-466-4590) 
How can you help individually or as a group?  
• Volunteer your time, concern and personal skills.  
• Contribute supplies such as household items, furniture, clothing, food and appliances.  
• Contribute to the Children's Program - ie: movie passes, pool passes, art and craft supplies.  
• Make a group commitment to take on an area of our expenses.  
• Offer to replace old or worn furniture or appliances.  
• Engage in fund-raising activities
Hours Transition House services is a 24-hour Service
Areas Served Charlotte County ; Women and children from other regions also welcome.
Eligibility Ages: 16 year(s) and up 
Children of any age welcome with mother.
Application Carol-Ann's House, Second Stage requires referrals and an application process for eligibility
Languages English
Fees None ; Transition house and outreach services are free of charge  
Carol-Ann's House falls under NB Housing rent supp program
Location information
Site Location Confidential
Located In Community St Stephen
Accessibility Partially Accessible ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (51) Registered Charity
Meetings Inquire for information on community meetings.
Service Categories Condition Specific Mental Health Information/Education ; Domestic Violence Shelters ~ Women ; Homeless Shelter ~ Women

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