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We are a counselling and support centre open to all individuals experiencing a crisis, mental health issue, or difficult life circumstance, as well as for victims of family violence and their children.

If you’re experiencing a crisis, we are here to help.


The Beauséjour Family Crisis Resource Centre provides crisis intervention, support, and counselling to youth, adults and seniors in crisis.

24 Hour Support

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A team of highly trained volunteers provide immediate assistance to individuals or families dealing with a crisis situation.

Crisis Intervention Team

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Professional Intervenors at the Centre provide short and long-term counselling, emotional support and information including referrals to appropriate agencies.

Individual Counselling

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The Beauséjour Family Crisis Resource Centre is pleased to offer a variety of support groups which provide an opportunity for participants to share common experiences to their level of comfort in a non-judgemental and welcoming atmosphere.

Group Education and Support

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The Residence of Hope Second Stage Housing Program provides affordable housing and support services to victims of family violence and their children.

Second Stage Housing

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Boutique C located at the Centre is a place where our clients can go in order to bring home unique clothing, accessories and toiletry items. The Centre also serves as a local distribution site for free baby boxes to parents in South-East New Brunswick.

Boutique C /  Baby Box Program 

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These facts are important and need to be pushed out of the darkness.

An unhealthy relationship is defined as when the balance of power and control shifts to one of the parties involved.
This imbalance can lead to potentially abusive behaviours.
Over 6,000 women and children in Canada sleep in shelters on any given night because it isn’t safe at home.
It is estimated that 10-20% of Canadian youth are affected by a mental illness or disorder.
Suicide is among the leading causes of death in 15-24 year old Canadians. 4,000 people die prematurely each year by suicide.
67% of Canadians personally know a female abuse victim.
Approximately every six days, a woman in Canada is killed by her intimate partner.

We Need Your Support

The Centre relies on the generous support of its donors to continue offering important programs and services. Please consider joining our donor family.

In 2016, Beauséjour Family Crisis Resource Centre helped 2,037 people from our community.
Domestic violence against female victims made up 164 of those cases. The victims are your neighbors. Your friends. Your colleagues. Your family.
In 2016 alone, we helped 36 victims of sexual assault.
200 children received services from the Centre in 2016.
86% of them were child witnesses of domestic abuse in the house.
92% of children who witnessed the violence of their father exhibit severe fear and trauma related to their home environment.