(807) 274-3131 info@gizhac.com

Resources

About the Centre

The Health Access Centre shares the building at 1460 Idylwild Drive with 2 other health organizations:

The Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services Nursing Unit
Phone: 807-274-2042

Rainy Lake First Nations Pharmacy
Phone: 807-274-3319
The Rainy Lake First Nations Pharmacy, owned and operated by EJ Bruyere, in partnership with the Rainy Lake Tribal Development Corporation, held its grand opening on Monday, January 17, 2011. The Rainy Lake First Nations Pharmacy welcomes all clients.

Local Resources

United Native Friendship Centre
Prenatal courses and other various health programs are held by one of our partners, the United Native Friendship Centre.
https://unfc.org/

Sunset Country Metis
Great information from one of our partners including direction to the Metis Nation of Ontario programs and services.
https://sunsetcountrymetis.com/

Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services
Behavioural and health services providing support to local First Nation communities.
https://www.fftahs.com/

Northwestern Health Unit
The Ontario Public Health Unit for our district.
http://nwhu.on.ca/

Riverside Healthcare Facilities
Hospital and long term care throughout the Rainy River District.
https://www.riversidehealthcare.ca/

Canadian Mental Health Association – Fort Frances
Mental health services stationed throughout the Rainy River District and Kenora District.
https://fortfrances.cmha.ca/

Atikokan Native Frienship Centre
The Native Friendship Centre stationed in Atikokan.
https://www.facebook.com/atikokannativefriendshipcentre/

Fort Frances Family Health Team
Multidisciplinary health services in Fort Frances.
https://www.ffht.ca/

Atikokan Family Health Team
Multidisciplinary health services in Atikokan.
https://atikokanfht.com/

Other Local Links

Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung
Manitou Mounds; Hold the record of 8000+ years of recurring use and habitation the largest group of burial mounds and associated village sites in Canada.
https://manitoumounds.com/

Waking Up Ojibwe
Ojibwe language revitalization. Partnered by SayIT First, Rainy River District School Board, and Seven Generations Educational Institute.
http://www.wakingupojibwe.ca/