Photo: The new Noojmowin Teg Health Services includes a nursing practitioner, mental health and addictions councillor, a cultural support worker and a healthy living children/youth program. Photo provided by Mike Mantha
First Nations peoples in the Espanola area will have access to several new medical services.
Noojmowin Teg Health Services held their grand opening February 5th.
Services for First Nations peoples will be available at the Family and Child Centre on Centre Street in Espanola.
Services include access to a nurse practitioner, mental health and addictions councillor and cultural support worker, plus a healthy living children/youth program.
Several dignitaries took part in the formal dedication in Whitefish River.
To access service information, go to: http://www.noojmowin-teg.ca/SitePages/Home.aspx