NBACL works on behalf of individuals with an intellectual disability and their families to build inclusive communities where all persons can live, learn, work and actively participate in their communities as valued and contributing members. This website provides access to four “opportunity links” including Transition from School to Work for Youth with Disabilities and Employing Workers with Intellectual Disabilities.
The New Brunswick Career Development Action Group is a non-profit partnership organization committed to career development in New Brunswick. It is governed by a board of directors made up of elected members from all areas of the career development field. The organization encourages cooperation, coordination, networking and information sharing among its members and with other groups.
The mission of NBCC is to provide quality training and educational products and services in New Brunswick to prepare for existing and emerging occupations, and to support adult basic education, general educational development, personal growth and lifelong learning.
Thirteen Family Resource Centres, funded through the Community Action Program for Children (CAPC), operate in New Brunswick . They offer a variety of programs and activities for parents and their children ages 0 - 6, including drop-ins, parent education and support groups, collective kitchens, and toy and resource-lending libraries.
The policies and practices of the New Brunswick Federation of Labour reflect its commitment to equality. The federation believes in the rights of all people to be treated equally and with mutual respect in workplaces, in society and in labour organizations.
The public library system provides access to a collection of more than 1.8 million items, as well as to different programs and services. It promotes self-reliance by providing opportunities for New Brunswickers to enhance their knowledge and creative capabilities.