60 Pleasant Street, Bridgewater, NS, B4V 3X9
Tel: 902-543-4651 Fax: 902-543-6876
Emergency After Hours Tel: 902-543-5142

Lunenburg PRIDE
Nova Scotia
Contact: Steve Ellis, Chairperson
Lunenburg PRIDE is a non-profit organization providing advocacy, awareness, and resources for LGBTQ*
South Shore Sexual Health
109 Logan Rd
Bridgewater, NS
Phone: (902) 527-2868
South Shore Sexual Health is a sex positive education and resource centre for all ages that offers services, support, and supplies. We are pro-choice, youth-friendly and 2SLGBTQ* positive. We believe that everyone should have access to quality, non-judgmental sexual education and resources in order to make informed decisions.
YReach Settlement & Language Services
Contact: Samir Upadhyay
Phone: 902-880-4040
YREACH: YREACH, a new and expanded YMCA Program, provides information, orientation and settlement support toImmigrants and Temporary Foreign Workers and their families who are new to communities across the province of Nova Scotia. YREACH has a mandate to raise awareness about the benefits of immigration in Nova Scotia and to work with local partners to create welcoming communities.
Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS)
6960 Mumford Road, Suite 2120 (second floor)
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3L 4P1
Phone: 902-423-3607
Toll Free: 1-866-431-6472
ISANS is the leading immigrant settlement service agency in Atlantic Canada, serving 10,000+ clients annually in 104 communities across Nova Scotia, through many kinds of services—language, settlement, community integration, business development, and employment—both in person and online.
CNIB Foundation
6136 Almon St.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3K 1T8
Phone: (902) 453-1480
Toll Free: 1-800-563-2642
Founded in 1918, the CNIB Foundation is a non-profit organization driven to change what it is to be blind today. We deliver innovative programs and powerful advocacy that empower people impacted by blindness to live their dreams and tear down barriers to inclusion. Our work as a blind foundation is powered by a network of volunteers, donors and partners from coast to coast to coast.
The Ark
655 King Street
Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
B4V 1B5
Phone: (902) 543-1189
A community organization dedicated to providing services to people with challenges. Since 1964, The Ark has provided a place for supported employment, job training and programs in health and education.
Bonny Lea Farm - South Shore Community Service Association
P.O. Box 560
Chester, Nova Scotia
B0J 1J0
Contact: Elizabeth Finney
Phone: 902-275-5622
Fax: 902-275-2567
Founded in 1973, Bonny Lea Farm is Nova Scotia's first and only one-stop all-inclusive residential, vocational and therapeutic service provider for adults with intellectual disabilities.
Verge House Transition Program
127 Queen St
Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
B4V 1P3
Phone: 902-541-3040
The Verge House Transition Program (VH) is a Community-Based program offered by the South Shore Regional Centre for Education. The VH is a post-high school program that delivers individualized programs to students with exceptionalities, 17/18-21 years old. It provides students with skills training that can optimize independence, promote community integration and social connections and overall empower them to become active members of their communities.
Lunenburg/Queens Special Olympics
c/o Darlene Broome, Coordinator, 12 Whynacht Cove Rd
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
B0J 2C0
Contact: Darlene Broome, Coordinator; Betty Ann Daury, PR, Communications & Fundraising Director
Phone: 902-634-3134 (Darlene); 902-354-7382 (Betty Ann)
Supported Community Living Options
Mailing Address: 152 Pleasant Street
Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
B4V 1N5
Contact: Debbie Stewart, Director
Phone: 902-543-1147
Fax: 902-543-1816
Riverview Enhanced Living Society
171 Leary Fraser Rd
Dayspring, NS
Contact: Joanne Wentzell, CEO: Rebecca Hill, Program Director
Phone: 530-3302 (Joanne); 543-7851,ext.248 (Rebecca)
Fax: 543-8332

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