New Brunswick Regional Services


Diabetes Management & Support Resources

Bouctouche First Nation-Maternal Child Health Program

The goal of the program is to reach out to parents and caretakers in the community and offer support and resources needed to promote healthy childhood growth and development.  Tel: (506) 627-4611.

Canadian Diabetes Association – New Brunswick

The Canadian Diabetes Association leads the fight against diabetes by helping people with diabetes live healthier lives while working to find a cure.

A Comprehensive Diabetes Strategy for New Brunswickers 2011-15

This comprehensive report provides rationale and main aspects of the Long-Term Diabetes Strategy developed for New Brunswick.

Canadian Institute for Health Information

The Canadian Institute for Health Information provides a series of interactive websites designed for different audiences to help them understand how well Canada’s health system is performing.

Diabetes Care Map of New Brunswick

This is an interactive website that contains various diabetes services and resources across the province for Aboriginal people living with diabetes.

Eel Ground Health Wellness Centre

The Eel Ground Health Center services the Micmac (Mi’kmaq) community with a population of approximately 900 members (approximately 600 on-reserve residents) located on the Miramichi River in Northern New Brunswick. The community comprises of three reserves: Eel Ground #2, Big Hole Tract #8 (south half), and Renous #12.  Tel: (506) 627-4664.

Fort Folly First Nation

This band provides organized walks, nutrition programs, diabetes awareness and healthy lifestyle promotion activities, foot care clinics, and recipe exchanges.  Tel: (506) 379-3400.

New Brunswick Health Indicators

A population health bulletin published by the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, June 2012.

Health Publications and Statistics of New Brunswick

This website provides public health publications and statistics from A to Z. The website hosts ‘Comprehensive Diabetes Strategy’ and ‘Chronic Disease Framework’ documents developed by the province.

Madawaska Maliseet First Nation

The community offers nutrition programs, foot care clinics, diabetes screening and management programs and many diabetes prevention activities.

New Brunswick Health Council

The New Brunswick Health Council fosters transparency, engagement, and accountability by engaging citizens in a meaningful dialogue, measuring, monitoring, and evaluating population health and health service quality, informing citizens on health system’s performance and recommending improvements to the Minister of Health.  Tel: (506) 869-6870, Toll-Free: 1-877-225-2521.

St. Mary’s First Nation Health Services

The community provides workshops for Aboriginal people living with diabetes on diabetes prevention/management and administers primary health services.  Tel: (506) 458-9511, Toll-Free: 1-888-445-6644.

Woodstock First Nations Health Centre

The health centre organizes diabetes workshops and administers foot care clinics, nutrition programs and walking clubs.  Tel: (506) 328-3303.

Building Opportunities Opening Students Tomorrows (BOOST)

BOOST is a collaboratively built school-year program. The program was developed with the help of university students from the Faculty of Kinesiology at the University of New Brunswick who assisted teachers and staff at the Chief Harold Sappier Memorial in St. Mary’s First Nation to develop and implement physical education during school hours as well as physical activity during lunch and after school hours.  Tel: (506) 447-3231.  email:

Oromocto First Nations-Wel-a-mook-took Health Centre

The health centre provides nutrition programs for Aboriginal people living with diabetes. Physical activity programs are also available.  Tel: (506) 357-2083.

Physical Activity, Nutrition, Healthy Weights

Fitness New Brunswick

Fitness New Brunswick is a not-for-profit organization that develops and promotes certification in fitness while being an advocate for active living and physical activity as a means of disease prevention.  Tel: (506) 453-1094.

Healthy Eating Physical Activity Coalition (HEPAC)

Founded in 2003, HEPAC is a network of organizations and individuals working together to promote healthy active lifestyles for the people of New Brunswick.  Email:,

Tobique Wellness Centre

The centre offers Physical Activity campaigns and nutrition workshops, and has fitness facilities on site. Community health kitchens are also available.  Tel: (506) 273-5430.

Tobacco, Smoking & Diabetes, Mental Health, Foot Care, Kidney Health, Healthy Heart

 Capital Region Mental Health and Addictions Association

The Capital Region Mental Health & Addictions Association is a strong advocate for persons with mental illness and their families.  Tel: (506) 458-1803.

Brunswick Podiatry Inc.

From routine checkups to treatments for surgery, Brunswick Podiatry, Inc. is equipped to handle all of your podiatric needs.  Tel: (506) 472-3668.

Heart and Stroke – Taking Control

Taking Control is a resource developed by Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada that raises awareness of risk factors for heart disease and stroke and provides tips to lower these risks.  click here for link

Mental Health Services of New Brunswick

Mental Health Services oversees the operation of 14 Community Mental Health Centres, and administers purchase-of-service contracts with regional hospital corporations for eight psychiatric units, one child and adolescent psychiatric unit and two institutions throughout the province.

Lung Association – New Brunswick

The New Brunswick Lung Association is a charitable organization dedicated to good health through the prevention of lung disease and the promotion of wellness by advocacy, with education, and through research.  Tel: (506) 455-8961, Toll-Free: 1-800-565-5864.

YMCA Fredericton – Y’s Hearts

The Y’s Hearts Program is designed for those who have been diagnosed with heart disease and/or those with one or more risk factors for heart disease. This heart-healthy program focuses on preventing coronary heart disease and reducing associated risk factors through improved fitness and general health.  Tel: (506) 462-3000 ext: 0.  click here for link

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The NADA & IDHC webinars are back in action!

Please join us for the next National Aboriginal Diabetes Association and Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle webinar on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, at 12:00PM central.

This webinar will feature T’uy’t’tanat Cease Wyss, known as “The Indigenous Plant Diva”. T’uy’t’tanat is from the Squamish First Nation and is a media artist, cultural facilitator, and ethno-botanist, traditionally trained in this field by Elders. Her work involves site-specific and culturally focused teaching with storytelling as her means to sharing knowledge. T’uy’t’tanat was named the 2018 Indigenous storyteller in residence at the Vancouver Public Library, and is known for her ‘plant walks’ in Stanley Park. Cease Wyss and Anne Riley are embarking on a City of Vancouver public art collaboration to remediate various sites around the city that are affected by toxins in different ways, using plants, mulch and myco-remediation techniques and Indigenous methods of sustainable agriculture.

T’uy’t’tanat grew up learning about the plant foods and medicines of the Pacific Northwest Coast. Living in the city of Vancouver, T’uy’t’tanat is used to practising her culture in an urban environment; growing, harvesting and teaching about the Indigenous plants of this rainforest ecosystem, and offers a beautiful vision of how to learn from the land and the plant teachers all around us. T’uy’t’tanat will share her knowledge of plants – both food and medicinal plants of the Pacific Northwest coast. T’uy’t’tanat started Harmony Garden with the guidance and feedback of her Elders. It is a community garden and food forest, with the aim of sustaining the Skwxwu7mesh people in the community. Located on the Xwemelch'stn Uximixw, also known as the Capilano Reserve, T’uy’t’tanat urges community members to participate in the land based learning that happens there. "I do it all for the children. They are our future." To register for the webinar, please visit the following link:
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