Health & Well-Being 

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For further information regarding Health & Social Service's Departments, Programs and Employees, click the links under the Health section!

Summer Hours of Operation:
Monday to Thursday: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
[closed for lunch 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm]
Fridays: 8:30 am - 1:00 pm

  • Dietitian

  • Social Workers​

  • Personal Support Workers and more

Supported By:

​Health Centre Regular Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
[closed for lunch: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm]

Thessalon First Nation Health & Social Services Center is open to everyone in our community!​

Thessalon First Nation Health Centre supports and advocates for the physical, economic, social and mental well-being of its diverse community through the primary health care, community social support, health promotion, collaborations and partnerships.

​Thessalon First Nation Health Centre delivers integrated coordinated clinical services through a team that consists of the following: 

  • Physican

  • Nurse Practitioner

  • Community Health Nurses

  • Community Health Rep

Our programs and services are health promotion and education, social education, outreach and social supports, and mental health services that work together to provide transformative care and support.

A PLACE OF PEACE AND FREEDOM

THESSALON FIRST NATION

Values and Beliefs

TFN Health Center is committed to achieving a healthier community and is supported by strategic partnerships and collaborations following these values and beliefs:​​​​​


Respect and Dignity:
Staff, students and community members who participate in center activities and use the services will treat each other with respect and dignity.

Accessibility: The center will work actively to reach out to those who have traditionally faced barriers to health care and community service through the delivery of flexible and diverse programs to ensure that they will feel comfortable and welcome.

Diversity:The center values and respects the diversity of its staff and of the people who make up its community. Diversity refers to the different racial and cultural backgrounds, sex, sexual preference, and visible and invisible challenges.

Quality:The center is committed to ensuring that clients receive high quality, comprehensive and holistic care from a well-informed, and well-qualified staff.

Recognizing Strengths: The center operates on the principle that staff, students and community members have many skills and strengths to offer to bring about personal and community change.

Shared Knowledge: The center is committed to building and sharing knowledge inside the organization and in the community. Staff will provide clients with information to make decisions about their lives, and community members will share their knowledge with each other and staff at the center.

Health Promotion through Social Change: The Board and staff will advocate for the improvement of the economic status, education and housing conditions of its community. Better health will be achieved, in part, through the improvement of these factors.