Registered Referral Partners

Organizations that serve Nova Scotians who may need support with the cost of digital inclusion may become a registered Referral Partner in the GEO Connects program.

Each Referral Partner is permitted to provide a limited number of referrals into the program. The total number of Referral Partners is limited by the program’s overall budget.

If your organization is interested in becoming a Referral Partner, please complete this temporary Expression of Interest form.

2023 Referral Partner Registry

Adsum Court
Adult Learning Association of Cape Breton
Alice House
Ally Centre of Cape Breton
Antigonish County Adult Learning Association
Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth
Autism Nova Scotia
Black Educators Association
Breton Ability Centre
Bryony House
Cape Breton Food Hub
Cape Breton Community Housing Association
Chebucto Connections
Chebucto Links
CMHA Halifax-Dartmouth
CMHA Nova Scotia
Colchester Adult Learning Association
Community INC
Dartmouth Learning Network
Demetreous Lane Tenants Association
East Preston Empowerment Academy
East Preston Family Resource Centre
Eskasoni Mental Health
Farm to Feast Café Association
Halifax Refugee Clinic
Healthy Minds Cooperative
Jane Paul Indigenous Women’s Resource Centre
Job Junction
Kids Action Program
Literacy Nova Scotia
Mi’kmaq Native Friendship Centre
New Dawn Enterprises
Nisa Homes
North Grove
Nova Scotia Association of Black Social Workers
NPower Canada
Our House Youth Wellness Centre
Out Of The Cold
The Overlook
Pathways to Employment
Phoenix Learning and Employment Centre
Prescott Group
Preston Area Learning Skills Society
Public Good Society of Dartmouth
Shelburne Association Supporting Inclusion
Shelburne County Learning Network
Shelter Nova Scotia
Solutions Learning
Stepping Stone
Teamworks Cooperative
Unity Charity
Valley Community Learning Association
Yarmouth County Learning Network

last updated: August 10, 2023