Do You Need Assistance?

For families who are unable to access food during the school closures, Feed Nova Scotia and local food support programs are here to help. Food banks and local food programs are open and safely supporting communities. 211 online is available 24/7 to provide more information and connect you to your nearest option. If you are unable to access food support from a local food program, Feed Nova Scotia's COVID-19 Emergency Food Box Program is available. Call 211 weekdays between 8am and 8pm to see if the program is a good fit.

Our Parent Navigators are here to help you:

Marcia Gamble 902-890-3973
Cobequid Family (Truro Area Schools)
E-mail

Tracey Austin 902-921-1045
Celtic Family (Pictou County Area Schools)
E-mail

CCRCE Schools Plus Facilitators

Jillian Hennick 782-440-2213
Pictou County West Facilitator
E-mail

Kaylin Comeau-Leil 902-759-0649
Pictou County East Facilitator
E-mail

Tracey Shay 902-890-2521
Central Colchester Facilitator
E-mail

Matt Gough 902-324-1262
Truro Junior Facilitator
E-mail

Candace Norman 902-497-3048
Hants North Facilitator
E-mail

Anneliese MacPherson 902-478-7917
Hants East Facilitator
E-mail

Kim Wood 902-694-8581
Cumberland Facilitator
E-mail

As always, please reach out to us at your school if you need assistance as we can help navigate you/your child to the supports needed.

If you need immediate help, you can also access 24/7 support by calling:

The Provincial Mental Health Crisis Line1-888-429-8167

A Kids Help Phone1-800-668-6868