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 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources and Information

Many services listed in our Community Recreation Database ( / NS Trails Guide have reduced hours or are currently closed to the public. We advise that you call ahead to confirm services / trails are open and available before attending in person.

Follow Public Health guidelines for the county you are in.  Always wear a mask in public, including outdoors where physical distancing cannot be maintained.

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Red Bear Healing Home

Red Bear Connects Voice Mail Program; Information, Referrals, Resources, and Peer Support

Located In Nova Scotia
Areas Served Nova Scotia
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Phone (902) 448-4744
Toll Free Phone via 211
Contact Carla Conrod, Founder, Executive Director, Red Bear Healing Home; Phone: (902) 448-4744; Email:
Volunteers Wanted! Carla Conrod, Executive Director, Red Bear Healing Home; Phone: (902) 448-4744; Email:
Description & Services
Information Red Bear Connects provides free voice mail to those experiencing poverty in Nova Scotia. Users receive a 1-800 and a 902 number with an extension that connects them to their personal voice mail. Voice mail is free, confidential and has unlimited capacity. This service allows people to stay connected to potential employers, landlords, health care providers, family and friends. To sign up, call (902) 448-4744, or call 211 and ask to be connected to Red Bear to avoid incurring long distance charges. 
Our partners make it easy for people to access free voice mail - Thank You  
NS 211  
LOV (Leave Out Violence)  
Shelter Nova Scotia  
Futureworx, Elmsdale
Eligibility Ages: 19 year(s) and up
Hours 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Dates Every day
Special Information
Established 2011
Tags Fundy Connect ; Recreation Categories ; Support Programs ; Volunteer Opportunity