|La fleur de l’espérance||Sonia Roy||506-775-6578|
|Public Library||Annick Goguen||506-775-2102|
|NBCC – Rogersville||Brenda Doiron||506-775-9808|
|Health Center||Maxine Caissie||506-775-2030|
|Family Circle||Darlene DesRoches||506-775-2010|
|Assomption Home||Anne Cormier||506-775-2040|
|ARC Community Services||Mélissa Cormier||506-775-6696|
|Rogersville Ressource Center||Janice Martin||506-775-2079|
ARC Community Services
The ARC (Acadieville, Rogersville, Collette) community services council is a non-profit organization that gives seniors and persons with special needs the right to live an enriching life in the community. Made up of three parts, ARC 2 and 3 receive seniors and persons with special needs evaluated at Levels 1 and 2. This complex has six affordably priced apartments. Located on 19 Telesphore Street, this building has 20 residents and 15 employees. ARC 1 is also part of this council and is located as 5604 Des Érables Street. It employs eight and has five Level 3 and 4 residents.
Rogersville Public Library
The Rogersville Public Library has not only books, but also CDs, DVDs, audio books, magazines, jigsaw puzzles for children, etc. There are documents in both official languages. Our books are recent and if you are looking for a specific book and we do not have it, you can access over two million books through the New Brunswick Public Libraries Catalogue. Just tell us what the books are and we can order them. You can even order them yourself from home by using the VISION catalogue: http://vision.gnb.ca/.
We also offer varied programming for all age groups: book clubs, computer initiation sessions, author and illustrator visitors, story times and puppet shows, reading challenges, games, scrapbooking, etc. Visit http://www1.gnb.ca/0003/bibliotheque.asp?Code=AG once a month for our program.
Reading is not only a good hobby, but also a way to develop imagination and vocabulary, make learning easier and reduce stress through relaxation. It has also been proven that when children read, it helps their academic performance.
La Fleur de l’Esperance Inc.
Fleur de l’Espérance is a non-profit organization that serves persons with special needs in the Greater Region of Rogersville. Our objectives are different for each client, but our primary objective is to improve their quality of life so that they can live as normal a life as possible. Inclusion is an important part of our community. In our workshop, clients clean furniture and make things such as slippers, dish cloths, hazelwood necklaces and bracelets that can heal certain ailments, etc. We also have a few projects with various businesses in the region. People are welcome to visit us during the work week from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; we are located at 41 Moise Street in Rogersville.
Director: Sonia Roy