Kids Club and Mom’s Empowerment

The Beauséjour Family Crisis Resource Centre is collaborating with its research and community partners to implement and evaluate the evidence-based Kids' Club and Moms’ Empowerment programs for children aged 6 to 12 and their mothers who have been exposed to family violence.The project is reaching children and mothers from both Fredericton and Beauséjour regions, focussing particularly on rural francophone and newcomer communities. The project findings will be disseminated provincially to share best practices with the aim of increasing positive outcomes for child witnesses of family violence across New Brunswick. 


Community of Practice members:

Ginette Landry


Ginette Landry is a Program Coordinator at the Beausejour Family Crisis Resource Centre/Courage Centre located in Shediac, New Brunswick.  She has worked in the research and development of a new Supervised Parenting Time Centre and is currently the Program Coordinator with the multi-year PHAC project called the Kids Club and Mom’s Empowerment program. This is a health promotion program for children ages 6-12 exposed to domestic violence in New Brunswick, and their moms 

Before joining the Courage Centre in Feb 2022, Ginette worked for over 8 years with the Regional Health Authority in the Human Resources Dept, working as an Advisor and Recruitment Specialist.  Prior to this she worked many years in the Education system in high schools and post-secondary education institutions.  She specialized in “School to Work” programs such as Co-op and Apprenticeship programs. 

She has a bachelors degree in psychology from Saint Thomas University and started her career as a Case Manager in Adult Protection with the Dept of Social Development 

To contact Ginette, please email at 

Kyla Munn


Kyla Munn is a Mother's Empowerment and Kids Club Coordinator at Liberty Lane in Fredericton, New Brunswick. She has worked as the Child and Youth Coordinator at Liberty Lane and has recently left this position to pursue her Bachelor of Social Work Degree at Saint Thomas University. She has recently completed her Bachelor of Arts Degree at the University of New Brunswick completing a Double Major in Psychology and Law in Society with a certificate in Family Violence Issues.

Kyla has a passion for working with children and youth and helping them gain the tools and skills they need to thrive. She plans on going forward in her work with children and youth who have experienced domestic violence and looks forward to completing her BSW.