SLFNHA’s Nodin Child and Family Intervention Services (Nodin CFI) has launched a new online client satisfaction survey.
This survey offers individuals the opportunity to provide feedback on their experience. This is a completely confidential survey being used to promote engagement and ensure our services are meeting the needs of the people we serve.
The survey can be filled out here or by visiting the Nodin CFI page here on the SLFNHA website. Additionally, you can call (807) 737-4011 or toll free 1-800-446-7863 if you would like a hard copy to fill out or if you have any questions.
The Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority (SLFNHA) Annual General Meeting was held last week in Lac Seul First Nation and welcomed leaders and delegates from the First Nation communities in the Sioux Lookout region.
In addition to hearing the annual reports from SLFNHA's departments, the Chiefs in Assembly passed 20 Resolutions. To view the Resolutions, as well as the 2014-2015 Annual Report, please visit our Resolutions and Reports page.
Stay tuned for our Autumn newsletter with coverage and photos of the AGM.
First Nations Youth! We want to know "What makes your community healthy?" So tell us through art.
The Approaches to Community Wellbeing Project at SLFNHA is developing a public health system for First Nations in our area. We are seeking youth input to help us develop certain sections of the model.
So we want your best art. Painting, story, poem, song, video, and photos. Pick any one and send it to us.
Two top prizes will be awarded in two different age categories: 12-17 years old and 18-25 years old. Each winner will receive a Fitbit Flex and a USB Powerbank Charger.
The deadline to submit is September 25, 2015.
For more about the contest, download the poster and contest rules (or click on the image below).
(For more about the Approaches to Community Wellbeing model, read the Model Description report)