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Lissa McNaughton-Dickie - Director of Early Childhood Services  |  1-506-658-5305  |  @ASD_South  |

Public Health


Public Health services in New Brunswick offer a number of programs designed to support a healthy start for young children and their families.  The Healthy Families- Healthy Babies program focuses on early child development and parenting capacity; prenatally and postnatally. Prenatally, Public Health nurses and dietitians conduct intensive home visits, as well as the provision of supplements; milk tickets and vitamins, for eligible clients. Postnatally, eligible clients are visited intensively by a nurse from birth to two years. These in home services are offered within the context of family-focused and strengths-based approach.


Public Health nurses provide routine pediatric and adolescent immunization, and records are entered into a Public Health computer system that is accessible by all Public Health nurses province wide.


The Healthy Toddler Assessment is offered to all children between 18 months and 2 years, to promote healthy lifestyle practices and behaviours with the parent, early screening and assessment with the child and parent and identify appropriate services within the community, for the parent and/or child. Invitations are mailed to families, but you may call your local public health office should you wish to inquire about this or any other Public Health program.


Public Health Clinics in ASD-S


​Location ​Address ​Telephone ​Fax
Grand Manan

​130 Route 776, Unit 4

Grand Manan, NB

E5G 4K9





Saint John​

55 Union Street,

Saint John, NB

E2L 5B7

1-506-658-2454 ​1-506-658-3067
St. George​

​5 Riverview Avenue,

St. George, NB

E5C 3M1 

1-​506-755-4022 ​1-506-755-1807
St. Stephen​

​41 King Street,

St. Stephen, NB

E3L 2C1 




​30 Moffitt Avenue

Sussex, NB

E4E 1E8