Primary Health Care for First Nations & Indigenous

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 this centre.

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

Traditional Wellness Room
Doctors Office

We currently offer culturally safe, trauma-informed:

  • Traditional Wellness Services

Our Wellness Coordinator arranges for healers to provide one-on-one healing sessions as well as Elders, Knowledge Keepers and Language Speakers to provide a variety of wellness activities, both at the Centre and on the land. (This includes: sewing ribbon skirts/shirts/drum bags, beading, flint napping, drum making, medicine picking and making, language classes and more.)

  • Primary Care
  • Physician and Nurse Practitioner services
  • Nursing services – include health assessments; immunizations; reproductive health, including PAPs & STI screening; advanced foot care; wound care; health education/promotion; assessment support for Virtual physician appointments
  • Mental Health Services

Includes addictions, substance use, and misuse

  • Wrap Around Support Services:
  • Wellness Navigation– connecting and supporting clients with other services needed to reach their health and wellness goals
  • Transportation – our shuttle services assist in improving access to health and wellness services at the All Nations Healing House. We currently offer once a month services to 5 different routes. If transportation supports are required, please let the MOA know when booking your appointment.