Capital Region Mental Health & Addictions Association
Capital Region Mental Health and Addiction Association works with community members living with mental health barriers & their families.
We, at CRMHAA, take pride in providing a safe place for clients and community members to regain self-worth, purpose, and confidence no matter their gender identity, orientation, race, or religious beliefs.
Let's Work is a program that provides Transition to Employment services to adults whose mental health presents as a barrier in seeking employment. We use a client-centered approach to help individuals find and maintain employment through the development of an individualized employment action plan. Individuals who access Let’s Work services are considered "workforce ready", and receive job search and employment maintenance support from our Job Developers.
Victoria Health Center
65 Brunswick Street, Suite G-23
Fredericton, NB, E3B 1G5
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:15 am to 4:30 pm.
Closed on all statutory holidays.
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R.E.A.C.H. Is a Recreational and Pre-Employment Education center for Adults who have been diagnosed with a mental illness. The REACH center offers a variety of learning opportunities and recreational activities. A monthly calendar is published for clients with the activities members can choose to participate in. The activities are dependent on the member's interests and we do our best to work with the input we receive from clients.
Mental Health R.E.A.C.H. Centre
65 Brunswick Street Victoria Health Centre, 1st floor
Capital Youth Hub is an initiative out of the Capital Region Mental Health & Addictions Association. CYH helps to support the mental wellness of young people, families, and the community, through free and low-cost wellness programming as well as connecting you to the great supports, programs, and activities already available in your community.
Our vision is to live in a community where every young person and family has the tools to care for their mental health and feels supported in their mental wellness.
65 Brunswick Street Victoria Health Centre, G-23
For questions or more information on programming, you can contact Anita at:
or call/text: 506 292-1580
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