This year the Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority will be hosting our AGM at the Lac Seul Event Center.
The AGM will be held from September 13th to 16th.
Below you can download your 2016 AGM Registration Form and the Proxy Form.
Should you have any questions about this years AGM, please contact Nancy Greaves, CAO Executive Assistant at the following email address:or at 807-737-6168.2016 AGM Registration Form
.2016 AGM Proxy Letter
Check out SLFNHA's Fall 2015/Winter 2016 Newsletter. Click here to view/download.
Come fill out the Youth Development Survey!
Click here to fill out the survey before December 18, 2015 and be entered into a draw for a prize.
This survey is intended to gain input into the Youth Development section of the Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority's Approaches to Community Wellbeing model. We are looking for ideas of how to prevent illnesses and promote healthy lifestyles amongst youth, and how to improve services within your community. This survey will take you approximately 10-15 minutes.
SLFNHA’s Nodin Child and Family Intervention Services (Nodin CFI) has launched a new online client satisfaction survey.
This survey offers individuals the opportunity to provide feedback on their experience. This is a completely confidential survey being used to promote engagement and ensure our services are meeting the needs of the people we serve.
The survey can be filled out here or by visiting the Nodin CFI page here on the SLFNHA website. Additionally, you can call (807) 737-4011 or toll free 1-800-446-7863 if you would like a hard copy to fill out or if you have any questions.
SLFNHA's Preventing Infectious Diseases team will be holding a one-day training for Infection Prevention and Control on two separate dates this fall; once on October 25th and again on November 2nd. This workshop will provide education on common germs, how germs are spread, and how to stop germs from spreading. Participants who attend this training will be provided with resources to use when bringing these messages and education back to the people in their communities. Participants will also be introduced to our Health Promoter and Community Wellbeing Nurse Specialist who can continue to provide ongoing support & mentorship, and supply resources related to Infection Prevention and control.
Health Directors are invited to send two members from their staff to participate in this training.
For more information or if you have questions, please contact Shanna Miller, Health Promoter at (807) 737-5641, Denise Williams, Preventing Infectious Diseases Manager (807) 737-5898, or Emily Paterson, Director of Approaches to Community Wellbeing (807) 737-6110.
Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority's Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Strategy (AHWS) department is accepting applications for it's October intake of a 6-day Community/Family Healing Program. This program will introduce concepts of healing and wellness for community, family and self through an Indigenous worldview. It will deepen self-awareness, promote healthy life skills and provide participants with tools for relationship and parenting skills. Participants will also learn life skills to help you manage in today's world and learn how to move beyond past hurts. Please see poster here more information.
To apply, please fill in this Application Form and fax to (807)737-6195. For more information, please contact Lyn-marie Manitowabi, AHWS Program Manager at SLFNHA, 1-866-337-0081 or (807) 737-5640