Settlement Services for Newcomers

Moving to a new country can seem overwhelming at first. There are a lot of changes and unknowns as you navigate the day-to-day aspects of your new life. But you’re not alone. There are professional organizations that deliver services and programs at no cost to help you get a successful start in New Brunswick. Take a look at what’s available to help you get settled.

Immigrant-Serving Agencies (ISAs)

An immigrant-serving agency (ISA) is an organization that provides services to immigrants to help with their settlement and integration into their new community. You can learn more about ISAs here.

Immigrant-Serving Agencies by County

There are immigrant-serving agencies across the province ready to welcome you and help you adjust to your new life in New Brunswick. These agencies can assist you with accessing language training, finding employment, and getting to know your new community. They can also be a place to go when you need information about living and working here. Some associations also organize intercultural and multicultural activities to bring together Canadians and newcomers to meet and get to know each other.

Orientation Guide for Newcomers

The Immigration NB Team’s Orientation for Guide for Newcomers contains information on a range of topics that will help you to get established in New Brunswick.

Topics include; housing, healthcare, education and other important information.

To view the guide click here.

  1. You will need to create a new account.
  2. Find the Orientation Guide for Newcomers course click the access button.
  3. Click enroll.

Saint John and the Fundy Shore

The Saint John Newcomers Centre
Saint John, NB
Tel: 506-642-4242

YMCA of Greater Saint John
Saint John, NB
Tel: 506-634-4860

PRUDE (Pride, Race, Unity, Dignity, Education)
Saint John, NB
Tel: 506-634-3088

Multicultural Association of Charlotte County (CCMA)
St. George, NB
Tel: 506-755-9295

Village of Chipman and Area Community Integration Program
Chipman, NB
Tel: 506-339-6601

Rural Settlement Network – Grand Lake Region
Grand Lake, NB
Tel: 506-327-0103

Multicultural Association of Sussex
Sussex, NB
Tel: 506-808-0154

Fredericton and the River Valley

Multicultural Association of Fredericton Inc.
Fredericton, NB
Tel: 506-454-8292

Multicultural Association of Carleton County
Woodstock, NB
Tel: 506-328-4690

Madawaska and the Northwest Region

Centre de ressources pour nouveaux arrivants au Nord-Ouest Inc.
Edmundston, NB
Tel: 506-735-0604

Grand Falls, NB
Tel: 855-533-0604

Multicultural Association for the Integration of Newcomers – AMINA
Saint Quentin, NB
Tel: 506-235-1804
Tel: 506-235-0296

Rural Settlement Network – Kedgwick and Saint Quentin
Kedgwick & Saint Quentin, NB
Tel: 506-235-0296

Restigouche Region

Association Multiculturelle du Restigouche
Campbellton, NB
Tel: 506-789-7747

Bathurst and the Acadian Peninsula

Miramichi Region

Miramichi Regional Multicultural Association
Miramichi, NB
Tel: 506-773-5272

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