ACCESS OM NB Project Management Office
18 Antonine-Maillet Ave.
Moncton, New Brunswick
Our New Brunswick Secretariat team is made up of youth and their supporters, First Nations, community, researchers, decision makers, and service providers. New Brunswick was chosen as a site for this research project because it is representative of Canada. It is bilingual, diverse, urban, and rural.
For general inquiries or to become involved in the ACCESS OM NB project, please reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christian Boudreau, Executive Director
Danica Doucet, Administrative Assistant
Candice Pollack, Manager, Stakeholder Engagement
Alicia Moulton, First Nations Engagement Officer
Alysha Elliott, Communications Officer
As the only province-wide demonstration site, we work with Partnering Communities (PCs) around the province to provide safe spaces and communities for youth. Our Partnering Communities are currently located:
Elsipogtog Health & Wellness Center
PEER Saint John
Centre de Bénévolat de la Péninsule Acadienne
ACCESS OM NB Site Manager
205 Big Cove Road
Elsipogtog, NB E4W 2S1
ACCESS OM NB Clinician
126 Duke Street
Saint John, NB E2L 1N6
| Isabelle Godin
ACCESS OM NB Clinician
220, boul. Saint-Pierre Ouest, suite 100
Caraquet, NB E1W 1A5
|Tel.: (506) 523-8227||Tel.: (506) 658-5374
|Tel.: (506) 727-1866
Started in 2014 by the Student Union at the University of New Brunswick, and now run by Lee Thomas, #MyDefinition is an online and print poster campaign (well… a combination of a lot of campaigns!) which aims to smash stigma and spread the message: your mental health is a part of you, but it does not define you.
ACCESS OM NB invites you to meet six of our brave faces who are working in their communities as mental health advocates and leaders.
New Brunswick, May 4, 2017 – ACCESS Open Minds New Brunswick (ACCESS OM NB) is pleased to announce partnerships with three provincial community organizations that will enable them to open their doors to young people struggling with mental health challenges and improve access to integrated mental health care. Click here to download the press release.
New Brunswick’s challenges
In the Children and Youth Rights and Well-being Snapshot, the New Brunswick Health Council and the Child and Youth Advocate reported that:
New Brunswick’s solution
We will work to make sure that all New Brunswick youth have timely access to community-based mental health care. We will listen and work with youth and their supporters. We will look for people and organizations that offer support to the community already. We will work with them to find out what other support is needed. Our suggestions will be tailored to each community, recognizing that each is different and unique.
ACCESS Open Minds New Brunswick Research and Evaluation Plan
During the project, we will collect and analyze information to see how our work makes a difference in the lives of youth in NB.