* Parle-moi/Talk With Me – Early Language Services Communication is much more than just speech and words! We know that talking, listening and following directions are important stepping stones for later success. We offer programs for parents, grandparents, babysitters and anyone who spends time with children from birth to five years of age. Come and learn more about your child’s communication development and ways you can help promote their learning in daily activities. Call the Center or the Talk With Me program at 1-877-691-8800 for more information.
* Move This Way
Move This Way is an active living program developed by the City of Fredericton’s Community Services Department and delivered in partnership with River Valley Health. The goal of this program is to encourage all Frederictonians and other residents of Health Region 3, River Valley Health to become more active. For more information, please visit their website: www.movethisway.ca
* Liberty Lane’s Family Violence Prevention Outreach Program
We can meet one-on-one for safety planning – how to increase your safety living with, or after having left, your partner; emotional support – we will listen and support you in any way we can; goal setting & action plans – we can help you set goals & create action plans to achieve your goals; life skills training – examples include assertiveness, self-esteem, resume & relationship skills; and referral to community services – we can help you access the services you need. We also offer group life skills training which includes assertiveness; family violence and the law information sessions; self-esteem; smoking cessation; and FASD. As well, we offer a self-help support group, and a resource centre with access to a library and computer. For more information contact Liz at 458-9774 – all services are confidential and free.
* Canadian Coalition for Immunization Awareness & Promotion
The Canadian Coalition for Immunization Awareness & Promotion (CCIAP) is a partnership of national non-governmental, professional, health, consumer, government and private sector organizations with a specific interest in promoting the understanding and use of vaccines recommended by the National Advisory Committee on Immunization. The goal of the CCIAP is to contribute to the control/elimination/eradication of vaccine-preventable diseases in Canada by increasing awareness of the benefits and risks of immunization for all ages via education, promotion, advocacy and media relations.
* Habitat for Humanity