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Organization: Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority - Health Authority  
Phone Numbers: 807-737-1802
Toll-Free: 1-800-842-0681
Fax: 807-737-1076
Email: info@slfnha.com
Website: www.slfnha.com
Address:
PO Box 1300
Sioux Lookout, ON
P8T 1B8
Street
Address
:
61 Queen St, Main Fl
Sioux Lookout
 
Intersection: Queen St and 4th Ave
Location: Down the street from OPP station
Accessibility: Partially Accessible    Partially Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm * closed 12 noon-1 pm
Executives: James Morris - Executive Director
james.morris@slfnha.com
Delaine Fiddler - Communications Officer
807-737-1802 ext 6520 * delaine.fiddler@slfnha.com
Service Description: Coordinates the delivery of health care services to First Nations people

Located at Queen St near 4th Ave

Coordinator of the delivery of health care services to First Nations people
  • Participates in the development of First Nations health policies
  • Advocates on behalf of client's requests and rights
  • Provides education about health care system to health care providers and recipients
Programs and services include:
Client Services Department
  • Airport Interpretive Services
  • Ground Transportation
  • Hostel (Jeremiah McKay Kabayshewekamik)
Health Services
  • Regional Wellness Response Program
  • Developmental Services Program (Transitional Youth and Community Outreach Programs)
  • First Nations and Inuit Health Information Services (FNIHIS)
  • Primary Health Care Unit
  • Physician Management Services
  • Telemedicine Program
  • Tuberculosis Control Program
Nodin Child and Family Intervention Services
  • Children's Mental Health and Addictions counselling
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Mental Health Counselling
  • Traditional Healing

  • Anishinabe Health Plan
  • Baby Teeth Talk Study
  • Community Wellness Response Program
  • Developmental Services Program (Transitional Youth and Community Outreach Programs)
  • First Nations and Inuit Health Information Services (FNIHIS)
  • Doctor Management Service

Mental Health Counselling -
One-on-one, couple, and family counselling * mental health screening and assessments * short-term and long-term counselling * confidential

Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program - Prevention, intervention, and follow up services for people with addictions

Traditional Healing - Aboriginal healing methods to restore balance and connectedness * holistic approach to individual, family, and community health * one-on-one sessions, traditional spiritual ceremonies, and cultural workshops that support social, artistic, and intellectual traditions

Fees: None
Application: Intake assessment required for all programs and services
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: First Nations individuals and families living within First Nation communities
Languages: English
Language Note: Interpretation available upon request
Area(s) Served: Lac Seul ; Kingfisher Lake First Nation ; Migisi Sahgaigan First Nation ; Cat Lake First Nation ; Nibinamik First Nation ; Webequie First Nation ; Bearskin Lake First Nation ; Deer Lake First Nation ; Fort Severn First Nation ; Muskrat Dam First Nation ; Wunnummin Lake First Nation ; Pikangikum First Nation ; Keewaywin First Nation ; Sandy Lake First Nation ; Sachigo Lake First Nation ; Kasabonika Lake First Nation ; North Spirit Lake First Nation ; Eabametoong First Nation ; Wapekeka First Nation ; Neskantaga First Nation ; Wabigoon Lake First Nation ; Koocheching First Nation ; MacDowell Lake First Nation ; North Caribou First Nation ; Saugeen First Nation (North) ; Wabauskang First Nation ; Wawakapewin First Nation ; Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation ; Slate Falls First Nation ; Poplar Hill First Nation
See Also: Advocacy and Social Action for Indigenous Peoples
Health Centres and Programs for Indigenous Peoples
Health Planning

This information was last completely updated on September 2, 2016

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