'Partnering helps us to accomplish far more than what might be possible when working alone'

Collaborating together by sharing resources, expertise and talents increases our opportunities to achieve our mission, resulting in positive family health outcomes within our community.

Many local organizations or government initiatives are also contributing to our organization by giving us opportunities to access more funding or free rent location to host weekly programs in many different communities. Collaboration is definitely the key to help us offer quality programs and to be able to reach more families.

List of community partners and collaborators who play a significant role throughout a fiscal year:

  • Public Health Agency of Canada
  • Education and Early childhood development
  • Early Childhood Anglophone network
  • Early childhood Francophone network
  • Family and Early Childhood Anglophone East
  • Family and Early Childhood Francophone South
  • School District Anglophone East
  • Moncton volunteers Centre
  • Public Health nurses
  • La Leche support group
  • Multiple Birth Association
  • Pointe du Chêne Community Centre
  • Riverview St Paul‘s United church
  • Salisbury Baptist Church
  • Moncton Play Café
  • Crossman Community Centre/Kay Arena
  • Dieppe Rotary Lodge
  • Moncton Public Library
  • Réseau de Santé Horizon
  • Talk with Me Program
  • Dieppe public Library
  • Shediac public Library
  • Salisbury Public Library
  • Child safety link Canada
  • Department of Healthy and Inclusive communities
  • Magma
  • Child safety link
  • Town of Dieppe
  • Dieppe Aquatic Centre
  • Town of Memramcook
  • Salisbury Baptist church
  • Sobeys nutritionists
  • Atlantic Super store nutritionists
  • Pro-Kid Dieppe
  • MY RAP program
  • Community college (Campbellton)
  • Oulton College
  • Local business
  • Parents and friends of the Centre