Health services and social programs for Indigenous peoples

Physical and mental health services, child and family services, non-insured health benefits, family violence prevention and more.

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Indigenous health

Access First Nations and Inuit health care services and non-insured health benefits including mental health, dental benefits and addiction treatment. Learn about new co-developed legislation and nursing careers.

Social programs

Support for First Nations and Inuit families including improved care for First Nations children and protecting those at risk of violence.

Drinking water advisories in First Nations communities

Types of advisories, locations of short-term advisories, progress on ending long-term advisories.

First Nations and Inuit dental benefits

Learn about dental benefits provided for First Nations and Inuit peoples under the Non-Insured Health Benefit program.

Nutrition North Canada

Providing Northerners in isolated communities with improved access to affordable healthy foods and some essential items.

Institute of Indigenous Peoples' Health

Support for research to improve and promote the health and well-being of Indigenous peoples in Canada.

Pathways to Health Equity for Aboriginal peoples

Developing evidence-based research in mental wellness, tuberculosis, diabetes, obesity and oral health.


Hope for Wellness Helpline

Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call 1-855-242-3310 or chat online at

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