Who We Are

Our History

The Association was initially formed as an advocacy committee in 1984 and was responsible for providing vocational, educational and advocacy services for people with an intellectual disability. In 1987, the advocacy committee incorporated and became the Greater Moncton Association for Community Living (GMACL).

In 2016 we re-branded under the name Inclusion Advocacy SENB, Promotion de l'inclusion SENB

Our purpose is to ensure that appropriate supports are in place for people with an intellectual disability to live, learn, work and participate in their own communities, alongside ALL people as respected and valued contributing members.

Who We Are

We are a registered non-profit charitable organization (# 107449530RR0001), which works with children, adolescents and adults with an intellectual disability and their families to ensure they develop their own capacity to live, learn, work and become valued, active, and participating members in the community.  We assist families in South-East New Brunswick

The Association depends on Community Fundraisers.  We are not financially supported by our Provincial Association.

With your support Inclusion Advocacy can continue its work ensuring that children, youth and adults with an intellectual disability are valued, active and contributing members within our communities.

Our Staff

We currently have one full time staff person and two grant positions.  Check out our Staff Biographies.

Our Network

Inclusion Advocacy is part of a network of Community Living Associations across the country with organizations at the local, provincial and national levels. Association members include individuals, family members, professionals, and friends.

Our Hope

Together, we can help everyone develop as respected, valued and contributing members of our community.

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