Who We Are?
Minlak is a non-profit organization, funded by the New Brunswick Department
of Social Development, as well as funding by the New Brunswick Enviromental Trust Fund.
Minlak Training Programs Inc. is a registered charitable organization if one wishes to make a donation
a receipt can be given for taxation purposes.
To provide a diverse range of services that supports individual choices and facilitates quality lifestyles
for adults with disabilities.
To Provide developmental activities and training for disabled adults aged 19-64.
Our staff meets requirements With continued education In social role valorization, behavioral support,
program planning, individual support plans and emergency First Aid/CPR.
Staff must meet criminal record checks and comply with terms of
social development record checks.
Board of Directors
Board of Director positions are volunteer-based and are comprised of
several individual sub-committees to govern Minlak programs. Board
meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of each month. New members
are nominated during Minlak's Annual General Meeting each May.
Minlak operates a recycling/waste reduction program in the Grand
Lake area. Participants sort recyclable products, eventually transferred
to Fredericton Region Solid Waste. Minlak's program accepts
batteries, newspapers, flyers, office mix paper, magazines, catalogues,
phone books, cardboard and all beverage containers except milk
products. Items can be placed in designated bins behind the building
at 42 Cedar St., home of Minto Elementary and Middle School.