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  • Individual and Group based activity
  • Behaviour support
  • Skill training
  • Personal Care
  • Facilitated Community Access
  • Individual Service Planning
  • Pre-employment & Employment Skills Development
  • Community Based Volunteerism and Employment Opportunities


EMPLOYMENT BASICS is designed to teach skills and behaviours that will assist in increasing independence and overcoming barriers to employment through classroom based training and personal development activities.  It also includes opportunities in supported employment within the agency and the community.


Moncton Pallet – Located in a METS facility, this Social Enterprise provides vocational training and employment in an industrial setting.  Training and employment opportunities in Moncton Pallet are available to participants in the Employment Basics program.  Moncton Pallet produces softwood pallets and survey stakes sold throughout southeastern New Brunswick.


PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT SERVICES provides a structured, active daily schedule using activity as the primary vehicle to address the developmental needs of those served in this division. In addition to the need for activity and training, many clients of this service may require higher levels of behavioural support and personal care including; hygiene and meal  assistance. Persons within these groups are offered a full day of activity in a group based setting, or individualized support within the agency and through facilitated community access. Group based activity is offered in the following categories: Academic Skills, Relationship Building, Community, Personal Wellness, and Outdoor activity.

COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS  is designed to achieve social integration in the community. Support is provided on a 1-1 basis with the intent being for the person to develop independent relationships and connections in their community.

COMMUNITY EMPLOYMENT AGENCY (CEA) This division of METS provides short-term employment support services for persons with intellectual disabilities, as well as persons with brain injury.

SERVICES PROVIDED:Employed at Casino NB as Kitchen Helper (2)

  • Employment Counselling,
  • Job Search,
  • Job Match,
  • On-Site Support,
  • Employment Maintenance/Monitoring,


(Please click on the CEA menu option on top of page for more details on available services)


If you would like more information on METS services,  please contact us anytime!  We look forward to hearing from you.

Client Service Managers

 Jay Walsh
– Employment Basics

Tel: (506) 858-9404 ext. 212



Barb Michaud – Personal Development Services

Tel: (506) 858-9404 ext. 207



Joanne Cormier – Community Employment Agency

Tel: (506) 858-3639