Programs

Princess Day - 8Helping to ensure that the health and well-being of our members is one of our most important priorities. Health and well-being encompasses all aspects of ourselves, including emotional, spiritual, psychological and physical all working in synchrony .

We deliver most of our health and social development programs out of our LNIB Health Centre located in Shulus neighbourhood, and close to most of LNIB’s facilities, at #230 Highway 8 West. The Health Centre has a staff of 14, who provide with a wide range of health and social counselling  programs and services that all work to promote healthy lifestyle choices. We are active members of the BC FN Health Authority. The current array of health programs and services provided at the Health Centre include:

Community health

Prenatal & family nutrition

Dental/Oral health

Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative

HIV/AIDS Strategy

Podiatry clinic (Foot Dr.) Optometry Clinic

Flu clinics

First Nation Health Benefits

Arthritis education & prevention

Mental health

Immunizations

Communicable disease control

TB Screening

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Mammogram clinic

Nursing services

Patient travel

Uninsured Health Benefits

Programs:

Personal & community wellness

Community nutrition

Alcohol and drug abuse counselling

Good Food Bag

Adult day program

Community Soup Kitchen

Facilitates AA meetings

Parents & Babes

Brighter Futures

Solvent abuse counselling

Walking Club

Car seat safety clinic

Sober Living Group

Youth Programs

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