The Access line is a 24-hour Canada wide toll free number that provides information on reproductive and sexual health and referrals on pregnancy options.
Dans le cadre de notre participation dans un movement aux ramifications nationales et mondiales, Action Canada aspire à apprendre de nos partenaires et à favoriser l’échange d’expériences et de connaissances. (Taken from http://www.sexualhealthandrights.ca/)
Tele-Care is a free, confidential, health advice and information line. They also manage the registry to access a family doctor. Please call 811 if you are looking for a physician.
Please contact Reproductive Justice New Brunswick for advocacy or media requests on topics related to reproductive health, including abortion.
http://RJNB.org/ or reproductivejusticeNB@gmail.com
Hotline 1-800-561-4009 or http://www.aidsnb.com/
Services: Confidential information service on HEP C, HIV/AIDS, and harm reduction; hotline; resource library; support groups; individual counselling, needle exchange and free condoms
Also has an emergency fund for HIV positive members for those in a financial crisis.
Toll Free Line: 1-800-667-5005 (bilingual)
Hours: 24 hours a day, seven days a week
Services: Telephone based crisis response service with a referral service, trained in mental health crisis response and suicide intervention.
(Fredericton, Minto, Harvey)
Services: Promotes sexual health through counselling, contraceptive counselling, STI testing, pre-post abortion counselling for individuals under 19, Anonymous HIV testing available for all ages
Wilmot United Church
473 King Street
Crisis Line: 454-0437
Service: 24/7 crisis line. Individual counselling for female survivors of rape/sexual assault age 16+, support groups for men and women, will provide support in hospitals, courts or police stations.
No Fees for any services
356 Queen Street, Fredericton
Services: General Counselling; Parenting Programs; Anger Management/Anger Expression; Self-Help Groups for Adult Women Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse
Fees scaled to participants resources
A program that matches a volunteer with a single parent who is feeling alone due to the stresses of parenting.
FGM is a group for gender minorities and allies to talk about and advocate for issues involving trans people and other gender minorities. Contact the group for meeting times.
An organization by and for Indigenous youth that works across issues of sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice throughout the United States and Canada. Their resource page on their website support questions about sex, sexuality and reproductive health.
For information about abortion, including financial assistance.
Weekdays: 7:00 A.M.-11:00 P.M. Eastern time
Saturdays and Sundays: 9:00 A.M.-9:00 P.M.
An organization that provides support, education and resources to parents, families and individuals who have questions or concerns about sexual orientation or gender identity.
Online resource that provides information on contraception, sexually transmitted infections and diseases, and other sexual health related topics.
24 hrs a day, 7 days a week a Registered Nurse provides general information, education and advise about STI’s.
Handy resource that includes opportunities to live chat a nurse from BCCDC (BC Centre for Disease Control), and a comprehensive search glossary for all sexual health related questions, answers, and terminology, beyond STI's.
Crisis line for trans* people