Dystonia Medical Research Foundation of Canada

Contact Information
Office Phone 416-488-6974
Toll Free Phone 800-361-8061
E-Mail info@dystoniacanada.org
Website www.dystoniacanada.org/
Primary Contact Edna Jordan, Local area contact; Phone: 506-453-0708; Email: info@dystoniacanada.org
Alternate Contact Tim Williston, Area Contact-Support, Dystonia Medical Research Foundationof Canada; Phone: 506-206-6972 * 800-631-8061 * 772-519-9057; Email: tim.williston@hotmail.com
Mailing Address c/o Tim Williston 
44 Brown Blvd, Unit 2A 
Fredericton, NB E3A 0L8
Description & Services
Description of service(s) People can contact Tim Williston who will provide support, encouragement, literature, and information to anyone suffering from Dystonia. This will include basic information of how to live with Dystonia from day to day. He will also refer other people to talk with who have the same type of Dystonia. See website for more info. http://www.dystoniacanada.org
Hours 24/7
Areas Served Fredericton ; New Brunswick
Eligibility No restrictions
Application N/A
Languages English ; French
Fees None
Location information
Located In Community Fredericton
Address & Map
44 Brown Blvd, Unit 2A
Fredericton, NB E3A 0L8
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Other Details
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Service Categories Health Related Advocacy Groups ~ Neurological Impairments ; Health/Disability Related Support Groups ~ Neurological Impairments

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