culturally safe & trauma-informed primary health care

The All Nations Healing House provides culturally safe and trauma-informed primary health care for unattached First Nations and Indigenous people and their families.

Indigenous ways of knowing and being are the foundation of the All Nations Healing House. They include Elders, Traditional Healers and other Indigenous care providers as core members of the health-care team who work in close collaboration with family doctors, nurse practitioners and other providers to provide holistic health and wellness services.

Services offered include full scope primary care provisions by family physicians, nurse practitioners and nurses as well as Traditional Wellness, Mental Health, Wellness Navigation. In coming years, we also intend to expand services with guidance from the Nations we serve.

The All Nations Healing House serves the needs of the First Nation and Indigenous communities in the Williams Lake area and the 15 communities of the Secwépemc, Tsilhqot’in, and Dakelh Dené Nations.

Our Approach

The All Nations Healing House provides comprehensive, interdisciplinary client care, including services of traditional wellness practitioners to address the social and spiritual determinants of health, building towards a healthy future generation of individuals, families, communities and Nations. 

This Healing House will strive to reflect the needs and context of the community and the client population it serves; therefore, traditional and culturally-safe care will be a central focus of our operations. Clients will be supported, at all stages of care, to support their health and wellness journey. In this way, the team and client, draws on the expertise from various health and wellness disciplines, and knowledge to support a better health and wellness experience.