Information on Aboriginal health, including physical and mental health services, addictions, non-insured health benefits, environmental health, nutrition and food safety.
Access the First Nations and Inuit home and community care program, health services and nursing care. Also find support for former students of Indian residential schools.
Learn about the Non-Insured Health Benefits Program and how to access it. Also search for important health-related resources, contact information and the Drug Benefit List.
Know how to keep your home environment safe, healthy and free of contaminants. Also find tips to stay safe outdoors for every season.
Learn about food safety and the Nutrition North Canada program. Also find the Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide - First Nations, Inuit and Métis.
Learn how to strengthen and maintain positive mental health and help prevent suicide in Aboriginal communities. Also access addiction treatment information and quit smoking tips.
Get facts on diabetes, AIDS, the flu, tuberculosis and West Nile virus. Learn about symptoms, risks and programs to help Aboriginal Canadians prevent and manage illnesses.
Find information on healthy pregnancy, child development and vaccinations. Also access programs to help First Nations and Inuit families improve their health.
What we are doing
Learn about your mental health, how to improve it and the resulting benefits.
Nutrition North Canada
Information on Nutrition North Canada, a subsidy program that seeks to improve access to perishable healthy food in isolated northern communities.
Tuberculosis is curable. Information on tuberculosis (TB) - learn how to recognize the symptoms and protect your family.
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