Services

Wholistic, Integrated Services

SOAHAC provides a wide range of wellness services to First Nations, Inuit and Métis people in Southwestern Ontario, including traditional healing, mental health and addictions services, and clinical services. Clinical services include primary health care, diabetes education, nutrition, Aboriginal Midwifery, and more. To be eligible for services, you will be asked to provide proof of lineage such as a status card, Métis registration or letter from the community that you are affiliated with.

When you become a client, you can access most of the services you see below. Please note that not all services are available at every SOAHAC location. To book an intake appointment, contact the location closest to you.

Click this link to learn more about new client intake. 

Indigenous Palliative Care Team (IN-PaCT)

The Indigenous Palliative Care Team currently provides services in the communities of Oneida Nation of the...

Aboriginal Midwifery

SOAHAC’s Aboriginal Midwifery services are currently available in London, the communities of Chippewas of the...

Tele-Mental Health for Children and Youth

What is Tele-Mental Health? The Tele-Mental Health Service offers improved access to specialized mental health...

SOAHAC Dental Clinic

SOAHAC Dental Clinic The SOAHAC Dental Clinic provides FREE dental care to First Nations, Métis, and...

Clinical Services

Locations: London, Chippewa, Owen Sound, Windsor The clinical services staff is a group of health...

Diabetes Education

Locations: London , Chippewas of the Thames You Can Live Well with Diabetes! SOAHAC’s Diabetes Education Services...

Traditional Healing

Monthly Traditional Healing Calendars: November 2019 SOAHAC Traditional Healing Calendar (PDF) December 2019 SOAHAC Traditional...
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Mental Health & Addiction Services for Adults

Mental Health and Addiction Services are provided by counselors, transitional case management workers (TCMs), a family...
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Anishnawbe Ayaadiziwin – Mental Health & Addictions Services for Children and Youth

Anishnawbe Ayaadiziwin services are delivered by a team of Child and Youth Mental Health and...
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Supporting Aboriginal Seniors at Home (SASH)

The SASH team supports Indigenous (First Nations, Métis, Inuit, Status and Non-Status) people aged 55...

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Services

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Services SOAHAC staff can provide education, screening, and referrals for diagnosis...