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For NIHA

Support is available via text, phone and email

Pitone Youth Group is temporarily available as Zoom meetings.

Educational and cultural supports will be available soon online.

 

For New Horizons Seniors Project

Support is available via text, phone and email. Seniors looking for assistance with groceries and essentials can contact Natascha to be put on the Seniors list. 

 

Contact 780-933-2995 and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Natascha Okimaw - Program Coordinator
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Phone: 780-933-2995

Address: 10507-98 Avenue (Westside location - 2nd floor)

 

The Northern Indigenous Health Alliance is a five-year program funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada to reduce behaviours of those at risk of contracting HIV, Hepatitis C, and other blood-borne pathogens.The program focuses on building relations within the community to encourage people to know their status through regular screen processes.Our culture is one of acceptance. Our project welcomes ALL people.

Services

All of our services are free and confidential.
  • Support for people living with HIV, Hepatitis C, STIs, or BBPs
  • Connection to traditional Indigenous ceremonies, medicines and elders
  • Information, education and awareness about HIV, Hepatitis C, and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and blood-borne pathogens (BBPs) and testing
  • Free safer sex supplies
  • Preventative programs
Traditional Culture

We can connect Indigenous clients with local Elders and traditional medicines. Through GPFC, we also offer traditional teachings and work to base our programs from an Indigenous worldview.

PITONE

Pitone Youth Group is a new program for all youth aged 12 to 17, run together with the Northern Indigenous Health Alliance and One Window Resource. The program focuses on health, sexuality, culture and youth issues.Drop by every second Friday for a light snack and activities based on the traditional values of the seven sacred teachings: love, honesty, respect, courage, humility, wisdom and truth.No cost to join - simply pop in and fill out an application.