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Quit4Life (Q4L)

This free program is organized around 4 central steps: Get Psyched, Get Smart, Get Support, Get On With It. The handbook will help you learn about why you smoke, and how to quit and not start again.

Author/Origin:
Health Canada

Recreation New Brunswick

A not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing the recreation and parks field by broadening the knowledge and experience base of its members and by advocating for the value and benefit of leisure and recreation opportunities for all people. The organization provides educational opportunities, offers resource materials, distributes a broad range of information through its publications, and acts as a voice for the recreation and parks movement in New Brunswick.

Author/Origin:
Recreation NB

Regional Wellness Consultants

Across New Brunswick, there are Regional Wellness Consultants that act as connectors and facilitators to help communities, families, organizations, schools and workplaces enhance their wellness. No matter what aspect of wellness you are working on, they can help guide you to the right resource and offer financial support. This map will help you identify which Regional Wellness Consultant covers your region and provides contact information for each of them.

Author/Origin:
New Brunswick Department of Social Development - Wellness Branch

Regional Wellness Grant Program

The Regional Wellness Grant Program supports community-led wellness initiatives that lead to the development of healthy and resilient people living in healthy and resilient environments. To be considered for funding your initiative must contribute to support at least two of the following focus areas: mental fitness and resilience, healthy eating, physical activity, tobacco-free living.

Your initiative must also be led by a New Brunswick organization that is committed to furthering the wellness of New Brunswickers. The types of organizations may include Wellness Networks, coalitions, schools, communities, municipalities, not-for-profit organizations (local, regional, provincial) and associations. Individuals and private businesses are not eligible to apply.

Grant applications for the Regional Wellness Grant Program will be accepted throughout the year, providing funds are available. Eligible applicants can receive up to $5,000 in grant funding.

For more information, contact your Regional Wellness Consultant.

Author/Origin:
New Brunswick Department of Social Development - Wellness Branch

School Travel Planning Toolkit

School Travel Planning is a comprehensive process designed to increase local ownership of Active & Safe Routes to School by engaging stakeholders that include school boards, municipal transportation planners and engineers, public health, police, parents, students and school staff. School Travel Planning undertakes research to assess the barriers to active school travel and uses this knowledge to develop and implement action plans.

Author/Origin:
Active and Safe Routes to School

School Wellness Toolkit

Designed to complement existing wellness initiatives in NB schools, the School Wellness Toolkit offers information and fresh ideas to help you continue to champion The Wellness Movement in your school.

Author/Origin:
The Wellness Movement

Screen Smart!

A classroom-based program for teachers and health professionals who work in schools settings. This initiative is designed to make students from kindergarten to Grade 6 aware of how much time they spend in front of screens while encouraging them to choose healthy physical or recreational activities. The program offers teachers with interactive, in-class activities for 5 to 10 days, encouraging students to participate in the Ultimate Screen Challenge. All family members are invited to participate.

Author/Origin:
Screen Smart!
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