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Welcome to Noojmowin Teg Health Centre

 

The Noojmowin Teg Health Centre is committed to support and promote the overall wholistic health and well-being of Anishanabek and Aboriginal individuals, families and communities within the District of Manitoulin Island.  To do this, we will operate community-based programs and services, establish partnerships, and promote healthier communities through both traditional and western healing methods. 


Guiding Principles


Traditional culture is at the heart, a vital core component, of all programs and services.  Degohnegaadeh is a word which means to blend – this suggests combining western and traditional healing approaches in a complementary fashion without losing the original integrity of each.


Programs and services are aligned with the stages of life within the medicine wheel.  This is congruent with a life course approach and appropriately aligned with local cultural understandings.


Services are delivered in collaboration and coordination with partner First Nations and other health service providers.  Fundamental to the forum discussions was the concept that partnership and the coordination of services with partners are fundamental to effectively meeting client needs​.


 
             

Our Services


We offer a blend of traditional Aboriginal approaches to health and wellness along with contemporary primary health care in a culturally appropriate setting...    

 

Special Events


Some of our special events include seminars, symposiums, and general health sessions...

 

Newsletters & Reports


Do you need health information?  Search through our newsletters and reports archive to find lots of valuable material...

 

What's New


From new programs to new services and general industry news, check here to find out what’s new at Noojmowin Teg Health Centre...

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Aboriginal Health Access Centres play a viable role in the provision of cultural based health services in Ontario.  To see what the ten AHAC’s have accomplished, please click on the following link​.


Noojmowin Teg's Commitment: Health Equity Charter
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Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday
8:30am – 4:00pm
 
Address
Postal Bag 2002, Hwy 540
48 Hillside Rd., AOK
Little Current, ON
P0P 1K0
 
Phone
(705) 368-2182
 
Fax
(705) 368-2229
 
Emergency
Toll Free: 1-866-797-0000
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
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Funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Ministry of Children and Youth Services, Ministry of Health Promotion and Sport, North East Local Health Integration Network and Northern Diabetes Health Network.
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