|Record #: HDC3352||Last Modified: 23 May 2018||Last Full Update: 23 May 2018|
|Office Phone||(506) 392-7395|
|Social Media||Facebook: www.facebook.com/Carleton-Victoria-Community-Inclusion-Network-1452049571745384/|
|Primary Contact||Mary O'Leary, CIN Coordinator; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Description & Services|
|Cross Reference||Community Inclusion Network ; Region 10: Carleton-Victoria|
|Description of service(s)||Mandate:
To develop, oversee, coordinate and implement strategic initiatives and plans to reduce poverty and assist thousands of New Brunswickers to become more self-sufficient.
Through the collaboration of governments, business and non-profit sectors, people living in poverty and individual citizens, all men, women and children in New Brunswick shall have the necessary resources to meet their basic needs and to live with dignity, security and good health. Furthermore, all New Brunswickers shall be included as full citizens through opportunities for employment, personal development and community engagement.
By 2015, New Brunswick will have reduced income poverty by 25% and deep income poverty by 50% and will have made significant progress in achieving sustained economic and social inclusion.
|Dates Program is Offered||Please call or visit the facebook page for events and activities.|
|Areas Served||Carleton County ; Victoria County ; Serving Aberdeen, Andover, Aroostook, Bath, Brighton, Bristol, Centreville, Denmark, Florenceville, Gordon, Hartland, Kent, Lorne, Northampton, Peel, Perth, Perth-Andover, Plaster Rock, Richmond, Simonds, Tobique First Nation, Wakefield, Wicklow,Wilmot, Woodstock, Woodstock First Nation|
|Boundaries||Carleton and Greater Victoria Counties from Woodstock First Nation through to Aroostook, as far north as Plaster Rock and in as deep as Juniper.|
|Languages||English ; French|
|Located In Community||Hartland|
|Address & Map||
55 Clark St
Hartland, NB E7P 1L3
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|Accessibility||Unknown ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***|
|Service Level||(30) Provincial Government|
|Service Categories||Hunger/Poverty Action Groups ; Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups ~ Poverty Issues|