211 – Information and referral helpline to community, social, government and health services in New Brunswick and in every other province and territory throughout Canada.
311 – Customer service and municipal information helpline for the following regions/cities only: Fredericton, Moncton, Saint John.
411 – Telephone directory and business listings. You can also search yellowpages.ca to find local businesses.
511 – Public information on provincial highway travel conditions in order to improve safety and reduce congestion.
911 – Emergency number for police, fire and ambulance for life-threatening situations.
211 N.B. is the province’s most comprehensive source of information on government and community-based health and social services to help navigate the complex network of human services quickly and easily, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The phone helpline can provide interpretation in over 150 languages. Highly trained specialists, known as Community Navigators, answer the 211 phone lines and can assist in responding to non-emergency calls to connect New Brunswickers to supports for a range of life’s challenges. Full-time editors maintain the 211 database up-to-date.
Non-emergency police number
Child abuse services
Sexual assault support
Community legal clinics
Consumer, complaint and ombudsman services
Good Food Boxes
Meals on Wheels
Other food programs located in a community or school food programs
Types of financial assistance, grants or loans for specific needs/situations
Federal income supports
Provincial income supports
Utility and energy bill relief programs
Grant or loan programs for targeted needs
Community health centres
N.B. Health Networks & Programs
Transportation to medical appointment for seniors/people with disabilities
Chronic disease programs
Health related charities
Mental health and addiction services
Addiction counselling and treatment
Community mental health services
In-person crisis services
Child, youth and family counselling
Health related temporary housing
Housing help programs
House expense assistance
Settlement help for newcomers to Canada
English/French as a second language classes
International skills evaluation
Newcomer employment programs
Youth and summer employment
After school programs
Family and community programs
Community and recreation programs
Disability employment programs
Disability Support Programs
Transportation for people with disabilities
www.yellowpages.ca is an easy to search website to find pest control services, plumbers, TV repair services, taxi companies, locksmiths and other services to help. Home supply stores like Canadian Tire and Home Hardware are great places to learn about pest control sprays and traps.