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Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation

Community Inclusion Network, Region 1: Westmorland Albert Action Co-op (WA Action)

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-878-7525
E-Mail roxane@waaction.ca
Website waaction.ca
Primary Contact Roxane Perreault, Community Coordinator, WA Action; Phone: 5068787525; Email: roxane@waaction.ca
Mailing Address c/o WA Action 
Peace Centre Moncton 
22 Church St 
Moncton, NB E1C 0P7
Description & Services
Cross Reference Community Inclusion Network ; Region 1: Westmorland Albert Action Co-op (WA Action) ; Westmorland Albert Community Inclusion Co-op
Description of service(s) WA Action is a co-operative organization that collaborates with local community groups to address the realities of poverty through social programs. We bring community stakeholders together, and we foster collaboration between businesses, not-for-profit organizations, government agencies, and individuals. As part of our mandate to address poverty as a structural or systematic issue, WA Action supports projects that target transportation, learning, and food security. 
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.
Hours Monday-Friday 9-5;
Dates Program is Offered No set program dates
Areas Served Albert County ; Westmorland County
Eligibility No restrictions
Application No application required. Contact us by phone, or email.
Languages English ; French
Fees None ; Co-op membership with WA Action can help you to use your energy and talents to drive change and shape your community. Members must purchase a lifetime membership share($20/group or $5/individual), and must complete a member commitment form.
Location information
Located In Community Moncton
Address & Map
22 Church St, T210
Moncton E1B 4E3
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Accessibility Fully Accessible - Accessiblity is self reported please call ahead of arrival
Service Categories Hunger/Poverty Action Groups ; Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups ~ Poverty Issues

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