We serve 33 First Nations in the area (see Map), providing a variety of health services such as primary health care, counselling, accommodations, transportation, and more. This health system has many parts such as First Nations with their primary responsibility for their people's health and the on-going Treaty responsibilities of the Government of Canada.
We serve 33 First Nations in the area, providing a variety of health services to Northern Ontario.
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After losing his wife, Norman Shewaybick began a long healing journey home, walking from Thunder Bay to Webequie, their home community.
Mamow Nigamoowag: Reconciliation through Art. Youth Video Launch Party Invitation to the Public.
A small team will visit five First Nations early in 2017 to understand how SLFNHA’s Community-based Needle Distribution Servi…
SLFNHA's Approaches to Community Wellbeing's NDS hopes to recruit an IDU Navigator in each First Nation that it visits.
We are always looking for good people to join our team. Check out our Careers page for a complete list of all available jobs currently being offered.