New Brunswick

Social Development, Moncton

Contact Information
Office Phone 866-426-5191
Toll Free Phone 866-426-5191
Fax 506-856-3193
Street Address Assumption Place
770 Main St
Moncton, NB E1C 1E7
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Mailing Address c/o Assumption Place 
PO Box 5001 
Moncton, NB E1C 8R3
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Description & Services
Cross Reference Family and Community Services ; FCS ; Financial Services ; Housing Services ; Services familiaux et communautaires ; Social Services Division
Description of service(s) Department of Social Development is one of the largest departments in the New Brunswick government. We have approximately 1,600 employees and a budget of more than $787 million. Every day, we provide more than 110,000 services, touching the lives of nearly every citizen. 
We help: 
∙abused and neglected children and adults 
∙seniors and persons with disabilities who require long-term care and nursing home services 
∙families and individuals in need of social assistance and affordable housing 
∙children in need of help to be ready for school 
∙families in need of affordable daycare 
Programs and Services: 
∙Child and Adult Protection; 
∙Income Security; 
∙Daycare Assistance; 
∙Housing Programs; 
∙Services for Seniors; 
∙Community and Social Services 
Our programs and services are available to all age groups and population in need. 
Generally our programs and services are offered free of charge. However, depending on the family's revenues, certain clients may be asked for a financial contribution, depending on the program.
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Albert County ; Kent County ; Westmorland County
Eligibility Ages: 99 year(s) and under
Application N/A
Languages English ; French
Fees None ; Depends on your revenue and the program
Location information
Located In Community Moncton
Other Details
Service Level (30) Provincial Government
Subjects Abuse ; Adoption ; Autism ; Child abuse ; Child care ; Child protective services ; Children ; Disabilities ; Elder abuse ; Employment ; Families ; Family support ; Financial assistance ; Foster children ; Housing facilities ; Income supplements ; Long term care ; Long term care facilities ; Low income housing ; Provincial government ; Seniors ; Seniors housing ; Social assistance ; Vocational counselling ; Vocational training ; Welfare ; Youth
Broader Terms Abuse ; Adults ; Age groups ; Counselling ; Criminal offences ; Disorders ; Education ; Educational programs ; Financial programs ; Financial services ; Foster care ; Government ; Health ; Health service facilities ; Health services ; Housing ; Housing facilities ; Instructional programs ; Patient care ; Protective services ; Social assistance