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Chaleur Resources Centre for Parents

Situated in the Bathurst Youth Center
P.O. Box 42
895 St-Anne St
Bathurst, New Brunswick
E2A 3Z1
Phone: (506) 545-6608
Fax: (506) 546-3238
Lise Ouellette, Administrator
Telephone: (506) 549-3216
Fax: (506) 549-3238



  • Obstetric Clinic - Bathurst Regional Hospital

    Telephone: 544-3000, Ask for the Obstetric Clinic

  • Paquito Early Intervention Center

    Early Intervention Center
    1370 Johnson Ave, Paquito Inc.
    Bathurst, NB E2A 3T7

    Telephone: 548-8122

    Courriel: paquito@nb.aibn.com

    Early Intervention provides developmental support for children (5 years and under) in natural environments to ensure they reach school age with every opportunity for optimal development.  
    1)In home services - developmental assessment and articulation of child/family goals through the development of an individual family support plan; support and implementation of goals;  
    2)Center based programs - specific programmes for referred families;  
    3)Toy Library/Information Center;  
    4)Developmental Play Group;

  • Public Health

    Public Health Office

    165 St. Andrew Street, 2nd Floor
    Bathurst, New Brunswick E2A 1C1
    Telephone: 506-547-2062
    Fax: 506-547-7459

    Public Health provides a wide range of programs and services to citizens of New Brunswick. The purpose of Public Health is to promote, maintain and protect the health of New Brunswickers.

    For the most part, Public Health programs and services are delivered by health professionals, employees from regional health authorities (i.e. Public Health nurses, nutritionists, speech language pathologists), and rehabilitation assistants. These health professionals work with the general public, specific target groups or high-risk groups and with communities as a whole to promote healthy lifestyles.

    Services are based primarily on the needs and priorities of clients and communities, as well as on the provincial mandate of each program. The interdisciplinary teams work in close collaboration with other health stakeholders and various partners (agencies and community organizations).

    For more information on their programs and services, click on the link "Public Health" in yellow, above.

  • Upper Dawson Community Center

    743 Assaff Drive
    Bathurst, NB E2A 3J4
    (506) 547-7591

  • District Francophone Nord-Est

    District scolaire Francophone Nord-Est

    21, King Street, Campbellton (New-Brunswick) E3N 1C5
    Telephone: 506.789.2255 or 506.547.2771   Fax : 506.789.4840

    Opening hours 
    Monday to Friday : 8 am à 4 pm

  • Le Domaine-Étudiant School


    636, Principale Street

    Petit-Rocher, N.-B.

    E8J 1T7

    Telephone: (506) 542-2607

    Fax: (506) 542-2616

    courriel:  sgodin@nbed.nb.ca

  • La Croisée de Robertville School

    La Croisée de Robertville

    1341, Robertville road

    Robertville, NB

    E8K 2V9

    Telephone: (506) 542-2573

    Fax: (506) 542-2758

    E-mail: Nathalie.cormier@nbed.nb.ca

  • François-Xavier -Daigle School

    François-Xavier-Daigle School

    4572 road 134

    Allardville NB

    E8L 1E4

    Telephone: (506) 725-2407

    Fax: (506) 725-2435

  • La Découverte School

    La Découverte School

    1941 road 160, Saint-Sauveur, NB, Canada, E8L 1N7

    Telephone: (506) 725-2415

  • Mental Health

    The purpose of community mental health centres (CMHC) is to promote positive mental health for all New Brunswickers. Community mental health centres provide access to a range of mental health services, including prevention, assessment, treatment, rehabilitation, and support to residents of New Brunswick who have mental health problems.

    CMHC programs target three client groups: children and adolescents, adults with short-term needs, and adults with long-term needs.

    165 St. Andrew Street
    Bathurst, New Brunswick E2A 1C1
    Telephone: 506-547-2110
    Fax: 506-547-2978

  • Népisiguit Family Services


    216, Main st, Suite 309
    Bathurst, NB

    Telephone: 546-3305

  • VON Healthy baby and me

    Healthy Baby & Me is a project funded by Health Canada (Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program) and administered by VON Canada New Brunswick. It is designed to provide education and support to youth who are either expecting a baby or parenting an infant. The overall goal of Healthy Baby & Me is to contribute to a healthy pregnancy and the healthy growth and development of infants of Healthy Baby & Me participants. The program offers free education and support that helps pregnant and parenting youth in communities across New Brunswick make healthy choices for their babies and themselves.

    The programs are FREE and provide an opportunity for youth to:

    • Relax in a non-judgemental atmosphere
    • Meet new friends
    • Get support from others who are going through a similar situation
    • Get information on making healthy choices for yourself and your baby
    • Share experiences
    • Learn the latest on pregnancy and parenting
    • Work together to ensure having a baby is a memorable and positive experience

    Chaleur serrvices: 216 Main st, suite 301, Bathurst, NB, E2A 1A8

    Telephone: 506-546-4490

    E-mail: vonhbmbat@nb.aibn.com


  • Social Development

  • Bathurst Volunteer Center

    Telephone: 506-549-5955

  • Centre Familial Chaleur de l'Autisme et Asperger Inc.

    Chaleur Autism and Asperger Family Centre Inc.
    1255 Rough Waters Drive
    Bathurst, N.B.
    E2A 1Z2
    Tel: (506) 546-0805
    Fax: (506) 546-0806

  • University of New-Brunswick

  • Université de Moncton, Bathurst Campus

  • Collège communautaire de Bathurst

    Bathurst Campus

    P.O. Box 266
    725, College st,
    Bathurst (New-Brunswick) E2A 3Z2 CANADA
    Telephone : 506-547-2145 or 1-800-552-5483
    Fax : 506-547-7674