Information and referral service that connects people to social, community and government support
Shediac Medical Clinic 506-533-2700
Clinic (with appointment) (e.g., sore throat, respiratory infection, earache, urinary tract infection, work accident, cut, burn, exposure to a toxic substance). Please call for an appointment the same day or the next day.
Monitoring chronic diseases:
High blood pressure
Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre 506-862-4000
The Moncton Hospital 506-857-5111
New Brunswick Medicare 1-888-762-8600
Individual Services and WorkingNB: 506-869-6944
GED is a testing program for adults that is recognized by employers and institutions as the equivalent of a high school diploma.
Shediac Public Library 506-532-7014
Books, DVDs, Music CDs, Audio-Books, computers with free internet access and much more!
Another Chance Food Bank 506-857-8698
If the cost of feeding your pet is causing financial hardship for you, Another Chance Food Bank can provide you with temporary support free of charge, delivery is also available to ensure there are no barriers to accessing this support.
Safe For Pets Too 506-453-5369
“Safe For Pets Too” is a province wide service that provides temporary boarding and care for animals belonging to individuals seeking refuge from domestic violence.
Because it is very expensive to care for animals surrendered to them, the following fees apply:
Animal up to 9 years of age: $50
Animals 10 years old and more: $150
Please contact the GMSPCA for more information: (506) 857-8698.
Provides transport to and from medical appointments, scheduled transportation to shopping, other appointments and recreational activities.
Users are charged a nominal fee. Offers a subsidized rate (which is approximately 65% lower) for low income individuals and families.
Participate in the community garden!
265 Breaux Bridge Street
The Pointe du Chêne Recreation Center promotes community spirit by providing a location for the permanent and non-permanent local residents to meet and take part in many activities.
The sudden reality of a spinal cord injury or the onset of any mobility disability can be frightening and overwhelming. With determination and the right supports, Ability NB can help people navigate the community in new ways, become as independent as possible, and rediscover all that life has to offer.
Live Well | Bien Vivre (LW|BV) is a Health Coaching program residing with Heart&Stroke NB and funded by the Government of New Brunswick. Free and accessible to anyone 19 and older, health coaches are currently in six regions across the province, working to support clients in the pursuit of their wellness goals.