Daybreak Activity Centre

Tantramar Peer Support Centre

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-536-7475
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Primary Contact Melody Petlock, Executive Director, Daybreak: Tantramar Peer Support Centre; Phone: (506) 536-7475; Email:
Mailing Address c/o Daybreak attention: Melody Petlock 
Box 6423 
Sackville, NB E4L 1A0
Description & Services
Description of service(s) Daybreak provides peer support opportunities through social, recreational and educational activities for adults living in the Tantramar Region who self-identify as having lived experience of mental illness. Daybreak also offers training and support for individuals who wish to facilitate or participate in self help groups. Weekly support groups.
Hours See our calendar of activities at 
Call 536-7475 to check on the day's schedule and let us know you are coming! Activity schedule is subject to change without notice.  
When schools are closed so is Daybreak. Call the Snowline at 856-SNOW (7669)
Areas Served Sackville ; Sackville, Tantramar region
Eligibility Ages: 19 year(s) and up 
1. 19 years old or older 
2. Members participate in planning and implementation of a monthly calendar of activities. 
3. Must be able to function independently in the community (independence may mean "with attendant support") 
4. Board of Directors is comprised of 80% or more mental health consumers 
5. Community-based, client-centred
Application Drop in. Membership available.
Languages English
Fees Service - Call for details ; No fees. Some enhanced activities may require a small fee. No one is refused participation on the basis of ability to pay.
Location information
Site Location Behind the Sackville Commons Coworking space (old fire hall) in the old police station.
Located In Community Sackville
Address & Map
62 Main St
Sackville, NB E4L 1A0
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Accessibility Partially Accessible ; Narrow doorways, have a small doorway ramp, but the door jam has a lip. The parking lot is patchy and uneven. A member says " the building is not very accessible, but everyone helps so much that its fine."
Other Details
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Meetings Monthly Board meetings, monthly planning meetings, members also participate in local Social Inclusion Network meeting with respect to food security and transportation.
Print Material Guide to Mental Health Services in Sackville, brochures, etc.
Designated Day/Week/Month/ Events Members meet monthly to build a calendar of diverse social, recreational, educational and cultural activities based on members interests. The program features fitness, visual arts, crafts, attending local concerts and theatre, and much more. Activities are mostly on weekdays, with occasional special events on evenings or weekends. Check out our calendar on our website at
Service Categories Mental Health Drop In Centres

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