Caregiver Support Network

Each month, groups of men and women get together to share experiences, support and learn from one another.  At these group meetings, the Alzheimer Society also provides information and support  

The Purpose of the Caregiver Support Network:

To Learn - It is a place to ask questions, and get answers from those who understand your needs and feelings.

To Share - It provides an opportunity to exchange creative and caring techniques and ideas with other caregivers.

To Express Feelings - It offers a safe and confidential place where you can discover you are not alone in your feelings and that others understand what you are going through.

To Care - It provides an opportunity to remember that laughter, taking care of yourself and planning for the future are essential for your well-being.

Current program locations:

Doaktown Caregiver Support Network
Where: Doaktown Community Library, 430 Main Street
When: 1st Wednesday/month

Fredericton Caregiver Support Network
Where: St John Anglican Church, 75 Main Street
When: Last Tuesday/month

Miramichi Caregiver Support Network
Where: Douglastown Sobeys Community Room, 2485 King George Highway
When: 1st Wednesday/month

Moncton Caregiver Support Network
Where: Residence Moncton, 270 John Street
When: 2nd Monday/month

Oromocto Caregiver Support Network
Where: Oromocto Special Care Home, 225 Mitchell Street
When: 4th Tuesday/month

Sackville Caregiver Support Network
Where: Bill Johnson Memorial Park Building, 64 Main Street
When: 1st Thursday/month

Saint John Caregiver Support Network
Where: Senior Wellness Centre, 221 Ellerdale Street
When: 4th Thursday/month

St. Stephen Caregiver Support Network
Where: Lincourt Manor United, 1 Chipman Street
When: 1st Tuesday/month

Tracadie Caregiver Support Network
Where: Alzheimer Society Office, 399 rue du Couvent, local 203
When: 1st Wednesday/month

Woodstock Caregiver Support Network
Where: St. James United Church, 120 Chapel Street
When: 3rd Monday/month

For more information, such as the time or structure of the program, please call us at 506-459-4280 or 1-800-664-8411 or email us at [email protected]


Last Updated: 06/11/2019