Youth services – Child-youth teams

It’s important to consult a professional if a youth is experiencing serious emotional/behavioral difficulties affecting their personal life, family life, social life or school life.

  • Mental health problems or with problems with alcohol or other drugs
  • Emotional problems
  • Serious behavioural problems
  • Family relationship problems

Youth services (through integrated service delivery, or ISD) are provided by teams of mental health, addiction and education professionals, including:

  • Psychologists;
  • Social workers;
  • Community workers;
  • Resource teachers;
  • Guidance counsellors.

Liaison officers from the Department of Social Development, Department of Justice or Department of Public Safety take part in clinical discussions and the development of joint plans. 

Services are confidential and free. They build on the strengths of a youth and their family.

We can help.


Our services include:

  • Assessment of your situation and needs;
  • Mental health and addiction services;
  • Education support services;
  • Psychological support;
  • Crisis intervention;
  • Counselling after a traumatic event;
  • Suicide prevention and intervention.


To access our services:

  • Services are available to children and youth up to age 19 (age 21 if still attending secondary school);
  • You DON’T NEED to be referred by a doctor;
  • Youth age 16 or over can call us themselves;
  • Children’s parents or guardians can also call us.


Hours of operation:

From 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday


Call us

Youth services – Child-youth teams

  • Moncton and Dieppe: 856-2271
  • Shediac and Bouctouche: 533-3407
  • Bouctouche, Saint-Louis-de-Kent and Rexton: 876-3570
  • Edmundston: 737-4630
  • Grand Falls: 473-7458
  • Saint-Quentin: 235-7384
  • Campbellton: 789-2440
  • Bathurst: 547-2038
  • Caraquet: 726-2030
  • Shippagan: 336-3367
  • Tracadie: 394-3760

After hours, in crisis situations, contact:

  • Mobile crisis response services (alias)
  • Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868
  • CHIMO Helpline: 1-800-667-5005
  • CHIMO offers telephone support consisting of useful information, support, and referral to over 4000 resources in New Brunswick.


Pedopsychiatry (child psychiatry) for children and youth

A child or youth may need to be hospitalized in a pedopsychiatry unit to receive more sustained care. Pedopsychiatry units fully assess youth and stabilize their symptoms so they can return to their community quickly.
Family members and other important people in their lives will be invited to participate in their recovery plan.
Four regional hospitals have pedopsychiatry units. A doctor may ask for a child or youth to be hospitalized as needed.

  • Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre
  • Edmundston Regional Hospital
  • Campbellton Regional Hospital
  • Chaleur Regional Hospital