Health services and social programs for Indigenous peoples
Learn about physical and mental health services, child and family services, non-insured health benefits, family violence prevention and more.
Services and information
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 programs to increase self-sufficiency in First Nations communities, protect those at risk of violence and improve care for First Nations children.
Find out if there is a drinking water advisory in your First Nations community located south of 60 degrees parallel.
Learn about dental benefits provided for First Nations and Inuit peoples under the Non-Insured Health Benefit program.
Get details on the subsidy program that provides Northerners in isolated communities with improved access to affordable healthy foods.
Learn about the program, who can apply for funding and how to apply.
Find out about the Institute`s support for research to improve and promote the health and well-being of Aboriginal peoples in Canada.
Find out how this initiative develops evidence based research in suicide prevention, tuberculosis, diabetes, obesity and oral health.