What We Do
Residential Programs

Youth Impact opened its first residential home in 1985 and although some have closed due to funding restraints, the agency has continued to push out its boundaries and now operates in five different communities across New Brunswick:  Fredericton, Saint John, Quispamsis, Sussex, and Moncton.


Manager:
 Monique Couture Belliveau
E-mail:
 mbelliveau@youthimpact.org
Phone:
 506-869-6329

Augusta Terrace Residential Program is a six-bed co-ed facility that serves at-risk youth with emotional and/or behavioural difficulties in a co-educational setting. The goal of Augusta Terrace Residential Program is to teach the youth and their families the social, emotional, and life skills necessary to overcome their difficult behaviours.  Youth placed in this facility are in the care and custody of the Department of Social Development.



Manager:
Ashley Black
E-mail:
ablack@youthimpact.org
Phone:
506-432-7587

Cumberland Residential Program is a six-bed co-ed residential facility located in Sussex that provides services to youth from the Saint John region with emotional and/or behavioural difficulties. The goal of the program is to coach and support youth and their families in overcoming these difficulties. These youth are either reintegrated back into the community independently or into their family setting.



 
Manager:
 Lanaya Nice
E-mail:
 lnice@youthimpact.org
Phone:
 506-658-6765

This new five-bedroom facility is located in Saint John and was opened mid March 2013. Dufferin Home received its first three admissions during its first month of operation. This residence provides services to boys aged 12-18 with behavioral and /or emotional challenges. The focus of this service is to provide the youth with a safe, structured and highly supervised home environment. The goals of the unit are to teach through empowerment - social, emotional and life skills that will enable the youth to become independent and contributing persons within the community.




Manager:
Andrew Butler
E-mail: abutler@youthimpact.org
Phone:
506-643-2846

This five-bedroom unit provides services to adolescents with behavioral and/or emotional challenges, who are referred by the Department of Social Development, Region 2.  The focus of this residential program is to provide youth with a safe, structured, and highly supervised home environment.  The goals of the unit are to teach through empowerment, social, emotional and life skills, which will enable the youth to become independent and contributing persons within their community.






Manager:
 Christine Richard
E-mail:
 crichard@youthimpact.org
Phone:
 506-856-3286

This provincial facility for youth is operated by Youth Impact and Mental Health Services.  For three of the six beds, youth referred here are removed from the community for five weeks of assessment and treatment.  They return home with recommendations based on their strengths that will allow them to thrive.  The last three beds are for youth who have been found Non Criminally Responsible Youth.  The goal for these youth admitted to the Pierre Caissie Centre is to provide them with a long-term, therapeutic environment where an on-site interdisciplinary mental health team provides, intervention, and consultation in the hopes of the youth returning to their home community.





Manager:
 Rickii Walsh
E-mail:
 rwalsh@youthimpact.org
Phone:
 506-444-2257

This three bed residential facility in Fredericton treats youth who are referred by the Fredericton Region Complex Case Committee.  The goal is to provide the youth with long-term, therapeutic environment where an on-site interdisciplinary mental health team provides assessment, intervention, and consultation.




Manager:
 Connie Mowbray
E-mail:
 cmowbray@youthimpact.org
Phone:
 506-869-6642

Snow Avenue Residential Program is a five-bed co-ed therapeutic facility, designed to address the individual needs of youth who are aging out of the care of the provincial government or in need of highly structured long-term care. It houses high-risk youth, typically with a Guardianship Status through the Province of New Brunswick.  Special emphasis is placed on preparation for independent living by educating residents in social and life skills such as cooking, budgeting, and problem solving.





Manager:
Katelyn Murphy
E-mail:
kmurphy@youthimpact.org
Phone:
506-849-5507

Vincent Road Treatment Centre is a three-bed residential facility, located in Quispamsis, which opened its doors in September 2009. It is designed to treat youth referred by the Multiple Government Department Complex Case Committee and is intended to provide youth with a long-term, therapeutic and structured environment. An on-site interdisciplinary mental health team provides assessment, intervention and consultation.





Manager:
 Helen Groslouis
E-mail:
 hgroslouis@youthimpact.org
Phone:
 506-869-6331

50 Myers Street Group Home is a three bed facility that offers a sixty day stabilization for youth who are referred by the Department of Social Development Region 1.  Staff provide a structured, safe, therapeutic environment to youth experiencing behavioural and mental health issues.





Manager:
 Helen Groslouis
E-mail:
 hgroslouis@youthimpact.org
Phone:
 506-869-6330

52 Myers Street Group Home is a three bed facility that provides a high degree of supervision in a structured, safe, therapeutic environment for youth experiencing behavioural and mental health issues.




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