Indigenous health management and initiatives
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COVID-19: Additional $285.1 million for public health response
The Government of Canada will provide an additional $285.1 million to support the ongoing community-led public health response of First Nations communities affected by COVID-19.
Funding will support:
- targeted increases in primary health care resources, such as medical supplies and equipment in health care facilities
- increasing the number of health care providers to handle surge capacity
- delivering up to 160 temporary assessment, screening and isolation units, which includes retooling of existing facilities, ready-to-move trailers, and mobile structures
- providing outbreak surge capacity and additional support for community-based services in First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities
Visit Coronavirus and Indigenous communities to find out how to apply for COVID-19-related benefits.
Services and information
Learn about the process that enables First Nations and Inuit individuals, families and communities to access accredited health services.
Learn how to apply your skills to provide accessible, high quality health care services.
Find out how this framework will improve the understanding of First Nations and Inuit health in the territories.
Discover how health care for First Nations is structured and delivered in BC.
Improving the access of First Nations individuals, families, and communities to appropriate, culturally-relevant, chronic care services and supports.
Learn about the initiative aimed at better meeting the health-care needs of First Nations and Inuit.
eHealth is the use of information and communication technologies to support, educate, inform and connect health care professionals and the people they serve.
Find information on standard contribution agreements and the transfer process involving communities.