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Crisis Resources in Saint John

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Hestia House

Hestia House is a not-for-profit shelter for abused women and their children.Our mission is to provide a safe supportive environment, and to provide opportunity for change.

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Hestia House

Hestia House is a not-for-profit shelter for abused women and their children.Our mission is to provide a safe supportive environment, and to provide opportunity for change.

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Fire and Rescue Services Saint John

Saint John’s Fire Service has been operating since 1786. To this day, the citizens of Saint John have been extremely supportive of their Fire Service; they recognize the risks that…

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Canadian Red Cross - Saint John

The Canadian Red Cross mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity in Canada and around the world.

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First Steps Housing Project

First Steps Housing Project (First Steps) is a Saint John, New Brunswick-based initiative established in 2002 to address one of the four pillars of Saint John’s poverty reduction strategy –…

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