The Canadian Mental Health Association of New Brunswick

is proud to offer two valuable Employment Programs. 

 

At Work/Au travail

Working: Stronger Together

These programs offer valuable employment services to individuals and employers


 

At Work/Au travail New Brunswick 

 

In proud partnership with Service Canada CMHA of NB is proud to announce the new At Work/Au travail program.

At Work

The At Work program will provide supported employment related services to individuals who have complex service needs related to mental illness and who want to find competitive employment.  Participants can self-identify as having mental health issues and no clinical referral is required.

The Program is recovery-oriented and supports rapid placement, competitive employment opportunities, participant choice and retention services to assist is securing and maintaining employment, improving mental health, improved physical health, reduction in hospitalization, greater financial well-being, expansion of positive social networks and community integration.

For more information about the At Work/Au travail program or to contact our Employment staff Click Here.

For information about the National Partnership with Service Canada and the At Work/Au travail Click Here.

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Working: Stronger Together 

 

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The Working: Stronger Together program has been assisting Charlotte County residents find employment since 1989. We are a non-profit agency that provides employment related services, at no cost for qualifying individuals.

Through a generous partnership with the Department of Post-Secondary Education Training and Labour Working: Stronger Together clients also benefit from our employer network.  We are able to connect with many of the employers of Charlotte County offering an advantage that has resulted in many of our clients becoming employed while providing employers with dedicated and skilled employees.

 

For more information about Working: Stronger Together or to contact the Employment Staff Click Here. 

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