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Information from the Autism Learning Partnership Branch of the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
Hello, The Autism Learning Partnership Branch of the Department of [More info]

New Playgroup in Apohaqui
We will be starting a new Playgroup in Apohaqui at the Elementary Sch [More info]

Cooperative Parenting and Divorce Program
We will be holding a program on "Cooperative parenting and Divorce - . [More info]

Belleisle Play group
The Belleisle Play Group will be changing the day to Thursday beginni [More info]

Newborn New Life Prenatal and Post Natal program

FREE Prenatal and Parenting Classes for parents. Prenatal Program> [More info]

Kingston Playgroup

The Kingston Playgroup will meet on a new day, starting September > [More info]

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Recently Released Nutrition Guidelines for Healthy Term Infants 6 - 24 months.

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Through partnership with the Sussex Public health "We> [More info]

Storm Closure Policy

The Kings County Family Resource Centre will be closed in conjunct> [More info]

Breastfeeding Support Group

A Breastfeeding Support Group will be held at the Kings County Fam> [More info]

Kings County Family Resource Centre Inc.

617 Main Street
Sussex, New Brunswick
E4E 7H5

Phone: (506) 433-2349
Toll Free: 1-800-573-8800
Fax: (506) 433-3463
Visit our 5 Outreach sites from September until June
Norton:  Norton Legion 1935 Route 121, Norton, NB Every  MONDAY 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
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Kingston:  Kingston Parish Hall, 3948 Route 845, Kingston, NB - WEDNESDAY 10:00 a.m. - 11:30a.m.
Belleisle Elementary School,  1775 Route 124, Belleisle Creek, NB  -  THURSDAY10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Hampton:  St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, 978 Main Street, Hampton, NB -  FRIDAY 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Apohaqui - Apohaqui Elementary School,23 Foster Ave. West, Apohaqui, NB FRIDAY in the gym 10:00 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.


  • Provincial Early Childhood Initiatives Program

  • Public Health Agency of Canada

  • Canadian Mental Health Association

  • New Brunswick Department of Justice

  • Local Preschools

  • Local Elementary Schools

  • Sussex And Area Mental Health

  • Dept. of Education and Early Childhood Dev.

    KCFRC is very happy to be working with the Provincial Dept. of Education and Early Childhood Development in the enhancement of programs and services to its Outreach communities.  Play groups, enriched parent/caregiver and child interactive experiences, and parent/family education initiatives are amongst  activities now being supported with Provincial Enhancement funds.

  • Sussex Digital Literacy Center

     This program offers computer skills training to the public. Skill building in particular computer programs, up grading skills including resume building, internet use and specifically tailored programs are amongst its services.  Contact 432-2183 for more information.

  • Dept. of Wellness, Culture, and Sport's

    Kings County FAmily Resource Centre has joined up with the Dept. of Wellness, Culture, and Sport in the roll out of a new provincial initiative, known as "Active Kids", designed to get young New Brunswickers active and healthy!  Activities include delivery of  this parent/caregiver and child program, as well as acting as a community host to share this initiative with other groups, and partners.

  • Town of Sussex and Recreation Dept.

    The Kings County Family Resource Centre is very pleased to add the Town of Sussex and its Recreation Department to our list of partners. 

  • Domestic Violence Outreach Services



    Domestic Violence Outreach Services works with women who have experienced all types of abuse; emotional, physical, financial and spiritual both in the past and presently. We can also provide information on healthy relationships.

    Outreach Services:

    Provides FREE service in a safe and secure meeting place
    Answers your questions and helps you to assess your options
    Offers safety planning
    Delivers service in a confidential and respectful manner
    Helps advocate for your rights
    Offers early morning and evening appointments where needed
    Provide accompaniment to appointments
    Provides free presentations to the community
    Call 433 6579


  • Moving Forward


    Moving Forward is a program for mothers and children who have left family abuse and are focused on healing. Children from 4-16 years work in a group with other children close to their own age while mothers work together in a separate group.

    Children learn that they are not alone in their experience and what healthy relationships look like. Mothers can process their experiences and learn new skills in a supportive and confidential environment.

    Registration is free and you can self-refer. For more information call 433 4842.