The Gizhewaadiziwin Health Access Centre is a community based, Aboriginal controlled,
Primary Care service that combines western curative care with traditional Ojibway healing philosophies and practices. The Access Centre provides clinical, social, health promotion and preventive services, as well as, access to traditional Ojibway healers.
The Gizhewaadiziwin Health Access Centre, located in the heart of the Fort Frances Tribal Area and the Rainy River District, is the result of a unique partnership between area First Nations, the United Native Friendship Centre and the Sunset Country Metis.
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Due to weather conditions, pickup of Food Box has been rescheduled from Wednesday, January 19th to Thursday, January 20th. We'll see you at the Metis Hall from 12-4pm that day!
We are at $1086.08 raised for Dry Feb! Donate to us or Join for the chance to win prizes at www.dryfeb.ca/teams/GHAC
The January 2022 newsletter is out. Find that and our past newsletters here: GHAC Newsletters
If you are interested on what a nurse practitioner can do for you, check out this link: Nurse Practitioners
If you are interested in learning more about Aboriginal Health Access Centres: 2015 Aboriginal Health Access Centres Report
To learn more about the Gizhewaadiziwin Health Access Centre, watch our video on YouTube: GHAC Promotional Video