Government of New Brunswick


This summer, Premier Brian Gallant visited second-stage housing programs across the province including Crossroads for Women in Moncton, Maison Oasis in Kent, Residence of Hope at the Beauséjour Family Crisis Resource Centre, Liberty Lane Inc. in Fredericton, and Second Stage Safe Haven in Saint John as well as the Saint John Sexual Assault Response Team.

In 2015-16, through the Women’s Equality Branch, the provincial government provided $330,000 in program funding support for all five facilities. Another $50,000 has been allocated for the Greater Saint John Sexual Assault Response Team at St. Joseph’s Community Health Centre.

News Release

 

 

Crossroads for Women in Moncton

 

From left: Moncton East MLA Monique LeBlanc; Social Development Minister Cathy Rogers; Tina Thibodeau, executive director at Crossroads for Women; Premier Brian Gallant and Tammy Daigle, program coordinator at Crossroads for Women.

Maison Oasis in Kent

 

From left: Kent South MLA Benoît Bourque; Linda O’Brien, coordinator at Maison Oasis; Angèle Losier, executive director at the Kent Centre for Prevention of Violence; Premier Brian Gallant; and Kent North MLA Bertrand LeBlanc.

Residence of Hope at the Beauséjour Family Crisis Resource Centre - Shediac


 

From left: Kristal LeBlanc, executive director of Residence of Hope and the Beauséjour Family Crisis Resource Centre; and Premier Brian Gallant.

Liberty Lane Inc. in Fredericton

 

From left: Fiona Williams, executive director at Liberty Lane; and Premier Brian Gallant.

Second Stage Safe Haven in Saint John

 

From left: Mary Ellen Henderson-Martin, victim services coordinator with the Saint John Police; Elaine Stewart, executive director at Safe Haven; and Premier Brian Gallant.

Saint John Sexual Assault Response Team

 

From left: Agriculture, Aquaculture and Fisheries Minister Rick Doucet; Tanya Moriarty, Sexual Assault Response Team coordinator; Cathy Boudreau, co-chair of the Saint John Domestic Violence Community Action Group; Premier Brian Gallant; Government Services Minister Ed Doherty; and Robyn Delong, chair of the Saint John Domestic Violence Community Action Group. 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information, please contact:

Women’s Equality Branch

Violence Prevention and Community Partnerships Initiatives (Unit)
551 King Street, Suite A
PO Box 6000
Fredericton, NB
E3B 5H1
506 453-8126
Toll Free: (877) 253-0266
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