First Nations Services

Carcross Tagish First Nation (Carcross)
Champagne & Aishihik First Nations (Haines Junction)
Kluane First Nation (Destruction Bay)
Kwanlin Dun First Nation (Whitehorse)
Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation (Carmacks)
Nacho Nyak Dun First Nation (Mayo)
  Ta’an Kwäch’än First Nation (Whitehorse)
Teslin Tlingit Council (Teslin)
Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in First Nation (Dawson City)
Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation (Old Crow)
White River First Nation (Beaver Creek)
 

Carcross Tagish First Nation

Carcross

Language(s) Spoken: English
Community: Carcross, Tagish
Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 8:00am to noon and 1:00pm to 4:30pm.
SERVICE NAME PHONE NUMBER DESCRIPTION
Canadian Prenatal Nutrition Program (867) 821-8212 For women who are thinking about becoming pregnant, to pregnant women, and post natal women with children up to one year of age. Fathers are encouraged to participate. Biweekly Fruit and Vegetable subsidy available, Whitehorse travel (to have baby) assistance is available, lending library, resources and support.
Meals on Wheels (867) 821-8209 Once a week on Wednesday for citizens who are elderly, and who have a medical condition or injury and have been referred by a doctor.

Home Support Workers

(867) 821-4251 Two fulltime, home support workers.  They provide cleaning, counseling and other activities like berry picking.  This service is available to assist CTFN Citizens of any age who are ill or disabled. In all cases, a doctor or nurses referral is required.
Dental (867) 393-6866 or
Toll Free 1-866-846-1740
First Nation & Inuit Health Branch Dental Clinic - Whitehorse
Temporary Family Assistance (867) 821-4251 Provides for financial benefits and services to CTFN individuals and families who are in need. The purpose of the program is to enable individuals and families to maintain health, safety, dignity, and family unity. The assistance is offered in a respectful way with a view toward supporting self-sufficiency where possible. To this end, and through financial insentive, all participants establish they vision within a case management process, including life skills dev., seasonal ‘work opportunity’ programs, and education opportunities. 
Women's Group (867) 821-4251 A group for adult women held every Monday from 7-9pm at CTFN main office boardroom, to take part in social and cultural activities, educational workshops, and peer support. 
NNADAP/Skookum Jim Camp (867) 821-3205  
Family Services (867) 821-4251 Family Council made  up of representatives from C/TFN six clans offers  support with respeect to prevention and childwelfare matters regarding our citizens. Support to the family, case management, and the full array of services are made available to help our Families achieve their vision.

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Champagne & Aishihik First Nations

Haines Junction

Language(s) Spoken: English
Community: Haines Junction, Champagne, Whitehorse
Office Hours:  Mon - Fri 9:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 4:30pm
 
SERVICE NAME PHONE NUMBER BRIEF DESCRIPTION (optional)
Social Programs (867) 634-4238 Income assistance, family and child concerns and substance abuse wellness programs and plans are developed.
Child Welfare, Family Support, Substance Abuse (867) 667-4010 Works one to one with clients to address their concerns for child welfare, substance abuse issues and family relationships and makes referrals if necessary to other agencies.
Acting Case Manager/ Income Assistance (867) 634-4203 Manages the income assistance program by personal interviews, develops wellness plans to promote positive outcomes and makes referrals to programs and or services of CAFN or other agencies. Also participates in development of programs and community events for positive family environments.
Family Violence, Residentail School & Addictions Counselor (867) 634-4012 Provides social and counseling services to CAFN community members in the areas of family violence, residential school and addictions. Councilors are available in Haines Junction, Takhini and Whitehorse to meet individuals and families. Referrals to other agencies to attend treatment programs or other mental health agencies can be assisted through the counselor.

Social Support Worker

(867) 634-4011 Families and individuals are provided assistance by supporting the needs either individually or for families. The social support worker works closely with families and individuals to reduce risks of family violence and child abuse and assists clients to enter treatment, healing programs or other programs that helps clients to better understand healthy family relationships for a more positive community.
Family Health Promotion (867) 634-4223 Worker works to optimize the home environment for the physical, mental and emotional well being of children (0-5 years of age) in all CAFN communities and assists in strengthening the parent-child relationship by improving parenting skills, reducing family stress and meeting the needs of parents.
Health Promotion Facilitator (867) 634-4246 Focus is on providing prevention, awareness, educational and promotional activities, programs, workshops and seminars on current health issues and concerns such as FASD, HIV/AIDS, diabetes and smoking awareness and prevention for all ages by promoting healthy living and a traditional lifestyle to all members of CAFN.
Community Care Worker (867) 634-4212 Home support services such as cleaning, laundry, cooking and is based on individual client care plans, which are done at the initial assessment and revised as needed.
Elder’s Program Coordinator (867) 634-4212 Provides cultural, social and recreational activities and/or travel to such activities for Elders who do not have access to transportation. Also communicates with the Health Centre to schedule medical travel and makes appointments for non-medical necessities such as optometrist (eye health) and dental check-ups upon request. If you require travel, please let us know as soon as possible!
Recreation Coordinator (867) 634-4014  

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Kluane First Nation

Destruction Bay

Language(s) Spoken: English
Community: Burwash Landing, Destruction Bay
Office Hours:  Mon - Fri 9:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 4:30pm
 
SERVICE NAME PHONE NUMBER BRIEF DESCRIPTION (optional)
Community Health & Elders' Coordinator (867) 841-4616 or
Toll Free 1-866-558-5587

The Community Health Coordinator is responsible for providing basic health case management. They also serve as a liaison between citizens of the First Nation and Government health officials and service providers. Includes home visits, school and community programs and assisting citizens in understanding the health care system. They are also responsible for health promotion and illness prevention programs.

Consulting with the Elders in order to plan cultural, social and recreational activities and to insure the needs of the Elders are met. The position is also responsible for monitoring and assisting in maintaining the health and well-being of the Elders.

Home Care Worker (867) 841-4616 or
Toll Free 1-866-558-5587
In-home care services such as home management, aids in delivering respite care and emotional support to clients of the Home Care Program.
Social Liasion Coordinator (867) 841-4616 ext. 244 Counselling and support for Alchol & Drug, Child Welfare, Legal Assistance, . Healthy living, family violence court related matters

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Kwanlin Dun First Nation

Whitehorse

Language(s) Spoken: English
Community: Whitehorse
Office Hours:  Mon - Fri 9:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 4:30pm
Heath Centre staff includes Registered Nurses (3), Community Health Reps (1), Elder Support Workers (2), Wellness/Addictions Counsellor, Youth Outreach Counsellor, Healthy Lifestyles & Community Support Workers (3), Cook, and other administrative support staff.
SERVICE NAME PHONE NUMBER BRIEF DESCRIPTION (optional)
Drop in Health Centre clinic (867) 668-7289 Community health centre clinic available on drop-in basis Mon to Fri from 8:30 to 12:00 and 1:00 to 4:30. Community Health Nurse available to provide health assessments, on-going health monitoring, teaching and education, assistance with illness management, communicable disease control & immunizations, referrals, and support.
Communicable Disease Control (867) 668-7289 Delivery of Yukon Immunization Program including Flu program, TB control, STI testing and support.
Prenatal Care, Maternal Child programming (867) 668-7289 KD Health offers full scope of pre & postnatal care, newborn & child health services including Yukon immunization program. Program focus includes: nutrition education & support intended to promote healthy birth outcomes, breastfeeding promotion and support, lifestyle guidance, and healthy parenting.
Medical Doctor (867) 668-7289 GP offers clinic once weekly for Kwanlin Dun Health Centre clients. Appointments can be made through the Home & Community Care Nurse.
Home & Community Care (867) 668-7289 Referrals accepted through the Home & Community Care Nurse. Client assessments, and care plans developed in collaboration with the client. Personal care, home support, nursing, advocacy, and linkages/referrals to other community support services are the cornerstones of this program. Meals on Wheels - hot meal delivery twice weekly. Referrals can be made to the Home & Community Care Nurse.
Diabetes Prevention/Healthy Lifestyle (867) 668-7289 Twice weekly walk program at Canada Games Centre. Monthly Diabetes Luncheons & Education sessions; Bi-weekly Brown Bag Lunch & Learn sessions. Health assessment, monitoring, education, home visits, and support available.
Wellness Programs (867) 668-7289 Wellness counselling, substance use & addictions counselling, youth outreach counselling, group programs, Indian Residential School support, Traditional teachings and on-the-land camps and activities.
Alcohol & Drug Treatment (867) 668-7289 Counselling and support to access treatment programs provided through Wellness staff.
Dental (867) 393-6866 or
Toll Free 1-866-846-1740
First Nation & Inuit Health Branch Dental Clinic - Whitehorse

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Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation

Carmacks

Language(s) Spoken: English, Northern Tutchone
Community: Carmacks
Office Hours:  Mon - Fri 9:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 4:30pm
 
SERVICE NAME PHONE NUMBER BRIEF DESCRIPTION (optional)
Prenatal and Early Childhood Coordinator (867) 863-3002  
Meals on Wheels Coming Soon  
Social Assistance (867) 863-5576  
Home Care/Home Support (867) 863-5576  
Community Health Worker (867) 863-3003  
Mental Health/Counseling Bill Stewart, Psychologist
(867) 633-6010
 
Community Alcohol and Drug Worker (867) 863-3000  
Dental (867) 393-6866 or
Toll Free 1-866-846-1740
First Nation & Inuit Health Branch Dental Clinic - Whitehorse
Child Welfare (867) 863-3001   
Youth Outreach Worker (867) 863-5576  
Youth Worker (867) 863-5576  
Outreach Coordinator (867) 863-5576  
DayCare Coordinator (867) 863-5559  
Director, Health and Social Programs (867) 863-3001   

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Nacho Nyak Dun First Nation

Mayo

Language(s) Spoken: English, Northern Tutchone
Community:

Mayo

Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 8:00am to noon and 1:00pm to 4:30pm.
SERVICE NAME PHONE NUMBER DESCRIPTION
Prenatal Care (867) 996-2420 Ext. 40  

Meals on Wheels

(867) 996-2420 Ext. 39  
Social Assistance (867) 996-2420 Ext. 36  

Home Care/Home Support

 

(867) 996-2420 Ext. 39  
Dietary Health/Nutrition (867) 996-2420 Ext. 40  
Alcohol & Drug Treatment (867) 996-2420 Ext. 38  
Dental (867) 393-6866 or
Toll Free 1-866-846-1740
First Nation & Inuit Health Branch Dental Clinic - Whitehorse
Child Welfare (867) 996-2420 Ext. 37  

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Ta’an Kwäch’än First Nation

Whitehorse

Language(s) Spoken: English
Community: Whitehorse
Office Hours:  Mon - Fri 9:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 4:30pm
 
SERVICE NAME PHONE NUMBER BRIEF DESCRIPTION (optional)

Home and Community Care/Family Support
(867) 668-3613

Comprehensive case managed home and community care and family support and optimizes the home environment for the physical, mental, spiritual and emotional well-being of families in high risk situations.

Access Criteria: A service for Ta’an Kwäch’än citizens residing in the Yukon.


Medical Emergency Fund
(867) 668-3613

The program provides financial assistance to Ta’an Kwäch’än citizens for travel related expenses in cases of medical emergencies in the immediate family. This funding is available as a last resort.

Eligibility Criteria: The applicant must be a Ta’an Kwäch’än citizen residing in the Yukon. Application Procedure: For application forms contact the Health Manager

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Teslin Tlingit Council

Teslin

Language(s) Spoken: English
Community: Teslin
Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 8:00am to noon and 12:45pm to 5pm. Closed every second Friday.
SERVICE NAME PHONE NUMBER DESCRIPTION
Prenatal Care (867) 390-2532 ext. 324 Pre & Post Natal Care and Early Childhood
Meals on Wheels (867) 390-2532 ext. 333

Meals delivered Tuesday and Thursday to homes. Every second Wednesday Soup Kitchen at noon hour.

Temporary Financial Assistance (867) 390-2532 ext. 334 TFA intake provided first week of every month.
Home & Community Care Coordinator (867) 390-2532 ext. 323 Coordinates Home Care assessments/ referrals/ hospital discharge planning/ medical / dental appointments. Health Community Acitivies for Elders.
Health Manager (867) 390-2532 ext. 327 Coordinates Healthy lifestyle programs and liaisons with NIHB re client needs, works with emergency medical assistance policy. Health Promotion Actiivities
Mental Health/Counseling (867) 390-2532 ext. 329 We utilize NIHB Mental Health Program. Also TTC purchases counselling services and Many Rivers Counselling Service.
Alcohol & Drug Treatment (867) 390-2532 ext. 426 or 326 or 329  
Detox (867) 390-2532 ext. 426 or 326 or 329  
Dental (867) 393-6866 or
Toll Free 1-866-846-1740
First Nation & Inuit Health Branch Dental Clinic - Whitehorse
Child Welfare (867) 390-2532 ext. 329  
Home Support Worker (867) 390-2532 ext. 331

Provides Light housekeeping, laundry Service, transportation for grocery shopping and bill payments.

Aboriginal Head Start (867) 390-2532 ext. 436  
Early Learning & Child Care Centre (867) 390-2741 Daycare, Play School, Literacy Programs, Prenatal Program and Aboriginal Head Start
Program Manager (867) 390-2532 ext. 329 Social issues, Addictions, Counselling, Child Welfare, Family Violence, etc.
Peacemaker Justice Program (867) 390-2532 ext. 322  

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Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in First Nation

Dawson City

Language(s) Spoken: Han, English
Community: Dawson City
Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 9:00am to 5pm
SERVICE NAME PHONE NUMBER DESCRIPTION
Prenatal Care (867) 993-7165 Fruit & Vegetable subsidy available, Whitehorse travel (to have baby) assistance is available, lending library, resources and support. Prenatal Luncheons are held the second Monday of every month at the Community Support Centre.
Meals on Wheels (867) 993-7151 Our M.O.W. program delivers meals three times per week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) for citizens who are elderly, citizens and caretakers, who have a medical condition or injury.
Social Assistance (867) 993-7120 The Social Assistance Program provides for financial benefits and services to Tr’ondek Hwech’in individuals and families who are in need.
Home Care/Home Support (867) 993-7155 This service is to provide citizens with a medical condition that need the extra support, so they are able to maintain an independent lifestyle. 
Dietary Health/Nutrition (867) 993-7165 Healthy Cooking Kitchen, Healthy Drop In
Mental Health/Counseling (867) 993-7150 To provide support, education, and counselling services to Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in citizens and other community members who are facing and dealing with personal issues.
Alcohol & Drug Treatment (867) 993-7148 Provide culturally relevant pre-treatment/aftercare programs and services, including: sobriety support circles, treatment referrals, education programs, and substance free events.
Dental (867) 393-6866 or
Toll Free 1-866-846-1740
First Nation & Inuit Health Branch Dental Clinic - Whitehorse
Foot Clinic (867) 993-7151 Foot Clinic is the last Tuesday of every month and held at the MacDonald Lodge.
Community Support Center Whitehorse Located on 2nd Avenue (next to CIBC), the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Community Support Center offers programs and service for T.H. citizens. The Center was created to provide individuals and families opportunities for support and healing around issues related to a
Soup Kitchen   The community soup kitchen is a hot lunch served daily (Monday to Friday) from 12-1pm at the Heritage Hall.
Women's Group (867) 993-7148 A group for adult women held every Thursday from 7-9pm, to take part in social and cultural activities, educational workshops, and peer support.

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Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation

Old Crow

Language(s) Spoken: Gwich'in Athapaskan, English
Community: Old Crow
Office Hours:  Mon - Fri 9:00am to 12:00pm and 1:00pm to 4:30pm
 
SERVICE NAME PHONE NUMBER BRIEF DESCRIPTION (optional)
Prenatal Care (867) 966-3261  
Meals on Wheels (867) 966-3261  
Social Assistance (867) 966-3261  
Home Care/Home Support (867) 966-3261  
Dietary Health/Nutrition (867) 966-3261  
Mental Health/Counseling (867) 966-3418  
Alcohol & Drug Treatment (867) 966-3418  
Dental (867) 393-6866 or
Toll Free 1-866-846-1740
First Nation & Inuit Health Branch Dental Clinic - Whitehorse
Child Welfare (867) 966-3261  
Family Violence (867) 966-3418  

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White River First Nation

Beaver Creek

Language(s) Spoken: English, Upper Tanana and Northern Tutchone
Community: Beaver Creek
Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 8:00am to noon and 1:00pm to 4:30pm.
SERVICE NAME PHONE NUMBER DESCRIPTION
Prenatal Care (867) 862-7802 ext: 224  
Social Assistance (867) 862-7802 ext: 226  

Home Care/Home Support

 

(867) 862-7802 ext: 224  
Alcohol & Drug Treatment (867) 862-7802 ext: 224  
Dental (867) 393-6866 or
Toll Free 1-866-846-1740
First Nation & Inuit Health Branch Dental Clinic - Whitehorse