Young people seek out Youth Impact Jeunesse for a variety of reasons. Some are struggling with family relationships; some are in conflict with the law; some need help figuring out what is going on in their life; some have no place to live and are looking for housing; and others need food or clothing or just need someone to talk to.
We know that life can be tough – even at the best of times. If you’re in the Greater Moncton area and are between the ages of 16 – 24, Youth Impact Jeunesse can offer transitional housing for up to one year, employment and learning assistance, counselling, access to computers, academic upgrading, social/recreational activities, as well as food, laundry, and shower facilities.
Please call us for help:
Youth Impact Jeunesse:
Main Office – (506) 869-6333
Youth QUEST Central:
A multi-resource centre in Greater Moncton for at-risk and homeless youth between the ages of 16-24. The walk in centre includes laundry and shower facilities, computer communications, academic upgrading, job-readiness training, information sessions, counselling, directional planning, and artistic and recreational programming. It also houses six other agency programs that youth may access.
Youth Impact Jeunesse offers a broad range of programs and services to help young people in need. Some things we can help you with include:
- Finding a job
- Improving your education
- Providing you with gently used clothing and footwear
- Making your own meals, and on certain days enjoying a meal with your peers
- Access to laundry facilities
- Finding a safe place to live
- Counselling and support
- Applying for income assistance
- Increasing your employment and independent living skills
- Access to mental health support groups
- Connecting you with other community resources
- Support for parents (whether or not you have custody of your children)
- Getting involved in your community and expressing yourself
Your age as well as your needs will help determine the process to get help. All Residential Programs, except for Transitional Housing, require that you have a social worker to make a referral on your behalf. If you are in the custody, care and/or guardianship of the Province of New Brunswick, have a conversation with your social worker. For most of the Outreach and Youth QUEST programs, you are able to refer yourself.
If you need help with any issues in your life, you can call us directly at one of the numbers provided below, or drop into Youth QUEST Central. If we do not have a program or a counsellor who can help you, we will refer you to someone else in the community who can.
There are a variety of activities that happen at Youth QUEST Central beyond the hours listed. Click here for a full calendar of activities.
Youth QUEST Central:
ADDRESS: 199 St. George Street,
Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 1V6
Phone Number: (506) 869-6355
Hours of Operations:
Monday: 12:00 – 5:00 pm
Tuesday: 12:00 – 5:00 pm
Wednesday: 12:00 – 7:00 pm
Thursday: 12:00 – 7:00 pm
Friday: 12:00 – 5:00 pm
Sunday: 12:00 – 4:00 pm