Government of New Brunswick

 

What is a regional family violence prevention network?

Local committees or networks are made up of partners from both government and non-government agencies who come together to work on violence prevention initiatives within their community.  They share interest, leadership, and willingness to rally around providing integrated and coordinated services to the women who come to them for services. While the Provincial Partnerships in Action forum  works at the provincial level towards a comprehensive New Brunswick–wide response to the issue of violence against women, the work of local networks allows for regional diversity.  In this way, community responses can be tailored to the distinct realities of each community.  Communities considering forming a local violence prevention committee should contact the Women’s Equality Branch – Violence Prevention Initiatives for more information.

A Regional Violence Prevention Network includes:

  • A membership that reflects all aspects of the service and support network, including government services, community agencies, and members of the community (including survivors).
  • A clearly defined purpose and mandate with realistic goals and objectives relevant to their region.
  • A commitment to work together to address barriers and overcome challenges.
  • An administrative structure that lends itself to their needs.  The functioning of the committee, such as, selecting the chair, the frequency and location of meetings, sub-committee structures is decided by the members of the network.

 

 

Regional Violence Prevention Network Chairs

Comité de la violence familiale du Nord-Ouest Inc.
Edmundston, Grand Falls, St. Quentin
(506) 735-2543
margot.albert@gnb.ca

 

Le partenariat communautaire Restigouche Campbellton
maisonnotredame@nb.aibn.com

 

Services d’approche pour femmes et familles victimes de violence conjugale
Bathurst, Chaleur Region
(506) 549-3216
soleiltheriault@gmail.com

 

La table de concertation pour contrer la violence conjugale et familiale dans la Péninsule acadienne
Acadian Peninsula

(506) 393-3006
patrice.ferron@rcmp-grc.gc.ca
tablecontrelaviolence@gmail.com

 

Miramichi Family Violence Prevention Network
Northumberland County
(506) 778-6008
MaryEllen.Kingston-Ritchie@nbcc.ca

 

La table de concertation au centre de prévention de la violence dans Kent
Kent County
(506) 743-5449
Centre@preventionviolencekent.com
acstefam@nbnet.nb.ca

 

Beauséjour Family Crisis Resource Centre
Shediac, Cap Pelé, Beaubassin-East, Scoudouc, Shemogue, Shediac Cape, Bas Cap Pelé
   
(506) 533-9100
kristalleblanc@nb.aibn.com

 

 

 

 

Westmorland-Albert County Violence Prevention Network/ Réseau de prévention de la violence de Westmorland Albert
Greater Moncton Region : Westmorland-Albert County

kayla.breelove-carter@moncton.ca
tina@crossroadsforwomen.ca

 

Sussex Committee for the Prevention of Family Violence
(506) 433-4842
kathryn.scott@gnb.ca
dv.outreach.sx@gmail.com

 

Kennebecasis Valley Outreach Board
Rothesay, Quispamsis, Hampton
(506) 654-7447
kelley.mcintyre@nbpolice.ca
danielle.bordage@nbpolice.ca
kvoutreach@quispamsis.ca

 

Saint John Domestic Violence Community Action Group (DVCAG)
Saint John and surrounding areas: Rothesay, Quispamsis, Hampton, Grand Bay/Westfield
(506) 649-2580
Robyn.Delong@HorizonNB.ca
Tanya.Moriarty@HorizonNB.ca

 

Charlotte County Abuse Prevention Network
St. Stephen (Charlotte County)
     
(506) 466-4590
frth-outreach@nb.aibn.com
frth-csw@nb.aibn.com

 

Fredericton Regional Resource Network Fredericton
Capital Region
(506) 451-2120 or (506) 454-0460
llf.sarah@bellaliant.com or j.richard@nb.aibn.com  

 

Woodstock Caring Communities Committee (WCCC)
Woodstock and surrounding area: Nackawic to Plaster Rock
(506) 328-9680
valleyoutreach@nb.aibn.com

 

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
WEB-EDF@gnb.ca