Government of New Brunswick

 

Transition Houses provide shelter for up to 30 days, crisis intervention and referral services for women and their children who are victims of relationship violence and abuse.

 

Who is Eligible?

  • Any woman, with or without children, who has been physically, emotionally, verbally, financially, psychologically or sexually abused.
  • Women taking their children away from abuse.

Staying at a transition house is confidential. Staff will not disclose your name to anyone calling or looking for you. Street addresses of the houses are not publicized.

On page 2 of the telephone book, under Abuse Information, there is a list of all the transition houses in New Brunswick and their telephone numbers. There are 13 transition houses in the province, including one for aboriginal women, providing 170 beds. 

  • Safe for Pets Too. In Transition with You. This service provides temporary shelter and veterinary care for pets of women who are leaving an abusive relationship and who have concerns about the safety of their animals.

 

 

Free Shelters

  • L’Accueil Sainte-Famille Inc. (Tracadie-Sheila)
                                  
  • Crossroads for Women (Moncton)
                                           
  • Escale Madavic (Edmundston)
                               
  • Fundy Transition House (St. Stephen)
                      
  • Gignoo Aboriginal Transition House Gignoo (Provincial)
     
  • Hestia House Inc. (Saint John / Saint-Jean)

  • Maison de Passage House Inc. (Bathurst)

  • Maison Notre Dame (Campbellton)

  • Miramichi Emergency Centre

  • Women in Transition (Fredericton)

  •  Sanctuary House (Woodstock)
     
  • Serenity House (Kent County)

  • Sussex Vale Transition House
  • 506 395-1500

  • 506 853-0811

  • 506 739-6265

  •  506 466-4485

  • 1 800 565-6878 or
    506 458-1224


  • 506 634-7570

  • 506 546-9540

  • 506 753-4703

  • 506 622-8865

  • 506 459-2300

  • 506 325-9452

  • 506 743-1530

  • 506 432-6999

 

 

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