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    SOAHAC Dental Clinic The SOAHAC Dental Clinic provides FREE dental care to First Nations, Métis, and Inuit (FNMI) adults and children who are covered for services under Non-Insured Health Benefits, Ontario Works, or ODSP. We...
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    Locations: London, Chippewa, Owen Sound, Windsor The clinical services staff is a group of health care providers who work together to give you the best possible integrated services for your health...
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    Locations: London , Chippewas of the Thames You Can Live Well with Diabetes! SOAHAC’s Diabetes Education Services are for Indigenous adults living with Type 2 diabetes, pre-diabetes, or high risk for developing diabetes. You do...
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    Locations: London Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Services The Fetal Alcohol Educator provides education, screening, and referrals for diagnosis regarding FASD. These services are for Aboriginal people at any age from infant...
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    Monthly Traditional Healing Calendars: 02 February 2019- SOAHAC Traditional Healing Calendar Please note that these schedules are subject to change with short notice   Traditional Healing Services We believe that having...
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    Mental Health and Addiction Services are provided by counselors, transitional case management workers (TCMs), a family social worker, and addictions counselors. Services are available across the lifespan. In a preliminary consultation, we...
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    Anishnawbe Ayaadiziwin services are delivered by a team of Child and Youth Mental Health and Addictions Workers, and have a strong foundation in culture and tradition. We want children and youth...
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Welcome from the Executive Director

We strive to provide quality, wholistic health services by sharing and promoting traditional and western health practices to enable people to live in a more balanced state of well-being. The Centre services on and off reserve, status, non-status, and Metis Aboriginal populations of the Southwest Ontario region and associate First Nations with the mandate of ensuring that health services are accessible, of high quality and culturally appropriate.

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Entering our circle of care

Are you looking for health and wellness services? Whether you’d like to see a doctor or nurse practitioner, learn more about mental health and addictions services or access traditional healing – you’re in the right place. Once you enter our circle of care, you and your family are able to access a wide range of culturally safe services. At SOAHAC, we believe in a wholistic approach to your health and wellness.

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