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|Organization / Program Name(s)||Located In||Office Phone||Description (Brief)||My List|
|Buctouche Micmac Band Office||Buctouche||506-743-2520||Add Record|
|Elsipogtog Child and Family Services||Big Cove||506-523-8224||Child protection, family support, adoptions, and children-in-care.||Add Record|
|Elsipogtog Crisis Centre||Kent County||506-523-8262||Offers support to persons struggling with thoughts of suicide and depression through case management, 24 hour crisis line, and outreach workers. Works closely with RCMP to ensure people's safety to th ... [More]||Add Record|
|Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, Assisted Living Program||Nova Scotia||The Assisted Living Program is an Income dependent residency-based program that provides funding to assist in non-medical, social support services to seniors, adults with chronic illness, and children ... [More]||Add Record|
|Joint Economic Development Initiative (JEDI)||Fredericton||506-444-5650||The Joint Economic Development Initiative (JEDI) is an indigenous organization dedicated to supporting indigenous participation in New Brunswick's economy. JEDI began in 1995 as a tripartite partnersh ... [More]||Add Record|
|New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council||Fredericton||506-458-8422||The New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council (“NBAPC’), but was once called the New Brunswick Association of Metis and Non-Status Indians. We, at the Council are an Off-Reserve Aboriginal voice for ap ... [More]||Add Record|
|Union of New Brunswick Indians||Fredericton||506-458-9444||The Union of New Brunswick Indians Inc. strives to foster and promote greater self-determination of the Indian People of New Brunswick in the presence of all of their Aboriginal, Treaty and Residual r ... [More]||Add Record|