Premier's Council on the Status of Disabled Persons

NB ASSOCIATION FOR COMMUNITY LIVING (NBACL)
Website : www.nbacl.nb.ca

Krista Carr, Executive Director
800 Hanwell Road
Fredericton, NB E3B 2R7
Telephone : (506) 453-4400
Toll-free : (866) NBACL-4U [622-2548] Option #2
Fax : (506) 453-4422
E-mail : nbacl@nbnet.nb.ca

The New Brunswick Association for Community Living (NBACL) is a provincial voluntary, non-profit organization with 6 Branch offices, 20 local associations throughout the province and our Community Collection Program Office.  NBACL is an advocacy and family support organization that works to ensure that people with intellectual disabilities are enabled to live, learn, work and play alongside people with no disability as valued and contributing members of our communities.  Information and training are provided to families and organizations relating to: childcare, inclusive education, employment, affordable housing, justice, transition from school to work, recreation, leisure, volunteerism and more.

Branch Offices of NBACL:

Toll-free: (866) NBACL-4U [622-2548] Option #2

NBACL Saint John       
50 Crown Street     
Saint John, NB    E2L 2X6


Telephone: (506) 658-6568
Fax: (506) 658-2740
Email: socialinclusionsocialesj@nbacl.nb.ca

Community Collection Program Office
152 Westmorland Road
Saint John, NB     E2J 2E7


Toll-free: (866) 622-2548  Option #1

Local associations of NBACL with staffed offices:

Kennebecasis Valley
Kathy Turnbull
PO Box 461 
Rothesay, NB E2E 5X3
 
Saint John
Website: www.sjcommunityliving.ca 

Rick Sealy, Coordinator                          
C203 Hilyard Place
PO Box 803

Saint John, NB  E2L 4B3





Telephone:  (506) 652-1544
Fax:  (506) 648-9687
E-mail:  n6employ@nb.aibn.com

The Saint John Association for Community Living operates an employment program for people with an intellectual disability in the Greater Saint John area.  The program focuses on:

  • providing orientation and training to employers and co-workers on strategies and techniques for training workers with intellectual disabilities and multiple barriers, on ways to accommodate and support workers;
  • providing training and education to assist the development of employability and social skills;
  • uses person/client centered planning approaches;
  • individuals in their last year or two of high school will be assisted with developing plans for successful transitions from school to work;
  • SJACL will assist to match skills and interests with employers and employment opportunities in the greater Saint John area.
Sussex
Cynthia Ross, President                          
26 Gordon Street
Sussex, NB  E4E 1Z4


Telephone:  (506) 433-6167
E-mail:  cynthia.ross@nbed.nb.ca


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