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CCRW Employment Services
Workplace Inclusion Program objective is to assist clients residing in the South East region of New Brunswick in their search for
NBACL: Family Support Program provides support in Financial and estate planning, Future planning, PATH and person centered
planning Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP)
NBACL works in the area of assisting people with an intellectual disability in the transition from school to adult life which also
includes helping them acquire a job in the regular workforce. We also work with employers in showing them the benefits of hiring a
person with a disability and also showing them ways to accommodate a person with an intellectual disability in their workplace.
MCRI is a non-profit organization that provides residential options and support for individuals with developmental challenges in
the various aspects of their progressing lives.
Access 2 Entertainment by Easter Seals Canada
The Access 2 Entertainment card allows persons with a disability to receive either free admission or a significant discount for
their support person at member movie theatres and attractions across Canada.
Social Inclusion Program
Supporting people with an intellectual disability to live and participate in their community
Funding: Opportunities Fund for Persons with Disabilities
Through funding for organizations, the Opportunities Fund for Persons with Disabilities (OF) program helps people with
disabilities prepare for, obtain and maintain employment or self-employment.
Achieve Your Goals: Promoting Employment and Education for Persons with Disabilities
Are you thinking about a career, furthering your education and/or going to work? The Department of Social Development has
career development opportunities to support New Brunswickers with disabilities who are receiving social assistance, achieve
their goals.
Able Sail
Able Sail is a unique project, its main objectives are: fun, integration of disabled persons into the Shediac Bay sailing community,
offering relaxing recreational sailing for all persons    with disabilities and disabled persons who wish may learn how to sail    
competitively with instruction from our experienced sailing staff.
Training and Employment Support Services (TESS) - Employment Services
Training and Employment Support Services assists individuals with permanent or long-term disabilities to gain access to training
and employment opportunities.
(506) 869-6944
Special Olympics
(506) 455-0404
Moncton Employment and Training Services (METS)
METS' mandate is to provide relevant valued services to adults whose primary
disability is an intellectual disability through training, personal development,
community placement and employment.
(506) 858-9404
Atlernative Residences Alternatives
The agency’s goal is to help adults suffering from a mental illness live as independently as possible. We offer supervision and
support to each individual as needed in the following domains: search for housing, budget, diet, medication intake, integration
and development of social and personal skills.
(506) 854-7229

Support and Resources
Autism Resource Centre (ARC)
The Autism Resource Centre is committed to assisting in the accessing of resources and
services for individuals with autism, their families or caregivers and professionals in both official
languages wherever possible.
Autism Resource Centre (ARC)
Teen/Young Adult Social Club
This group is for Teens or young adult who want to participate in monthly activities organised by a group of parents. Activities include
movie night, supper at a restaurant, pool parties, game night etc..