The shíshálh Community Services Division Health Department strives to improve the health and wellness of shíshálh Nation members. The Health Care Team consists of a Community Health Representative (CHR), Health Programs Assistant, Public Health Nurse, Community Home Care Nurse, Home Support team and Meals on Wheels. The Health Care Team promotes traditional and cultural approaches to health practises.
Our health programs offered includes: Maternal & Child Health, Immunizations, Flu Clinics, In-Home Care, Foot Care, Diabetes Care, Wound Care, Chronic Disease Care, FNHA Medical transportation Benefits.
First Nations Health Authority Health Benefits
- Including Medical Transportation
- Pharmacy, MSP, Vision Care
- Medical Supplies
- Mental Health and Dental
Located at kwenis Building, 5559 Sunshine Coast Highway, Sechelt, BC, Canada, V0N 3A0
Specializing in trauma, self-esteem, abuse, sexual concerns, parenting for individuals, couples, families, groups, adult, youth, children and organizations
Jennifer Hibbard is the on site counsellor. She works with individuals, couples and families, suffering from trauma, substance use, depression/anxiety, grief and loss, psychosis, as well as intimate partner violence and sexual trauma. She utilizes a number of modalities including body-based work related to trauma treatment. She is available by individual appointment, as well as walk-in clinic every Friday morning from 9-12. She also conducts groups such as mindfulness for depression/anxiety, grief and loss, and trauma resiliency skills group.
Community based services that assist and support parents in their role as caregivers, with the goal of promoting parental competency and strengthening family life, leading to healthy child and family development. Contact Shyanne Watters for more info at 604-885-9404
An innovative wrap-around model of care that utilizes a complex care management approach to support the clients in our community with the highest care needs. Including Mental Wellness and Substance Use, Naloxone Training, Chronic Disease Support, Elder Care, Youth Wellness
Art therapy is a proven healing modality that supports and strengthens the natural creativity of each person to move towards greater health. Art/play therapy sessions for children 2-19 offered at the CMS offices. For more information, call the health programs manager at 604-885-9404.
Meals delivered weekdays at noon.
Community based support services that promote traditional shishalh nation healing practices. Will liaise with local professionals and agencies and link families to local child and youth mental health services. Support for youth 7-18 years for various challenges including: school, relationships, mental wellness, drug & alcohol. For more Information please call Janet Mulligan at 604-885-9404
The FNHA Health Benefits program provides medical transportation benefits so that you can access medical services that are covered under the BC Medical Services Plan (MSP) or the FNHA Health Benefits program. Please call Health programs assistant to check if your eligible and to make travel arrangements at 604-885-9404
Mentoring and healthy healing and role modelling for boys and adolescents. Contact Owen Parry at 604-865-0307 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information