Information on addiction services available to NWT residents.
Information on adoption topics such as custom adoption, families wanting to adopt, information for birth parents and post adoption services.
Training for everyone 16 years or older who wants to be able to provide suicide first aid.
Information on how to register your child’s birth and order birth certificates.
Information on applying for a legal change of name.
Information on chronic diseases, including prevention and screening.
Information on Community Wellness Initiatives.
Information on community wellness plans.
Information on NWT Continuing Care Services, including Home and Community Care; Long Term Care; and Supported Living.
Information on death registrations and certificates.
Ebola virus disease (EVD) is a severe disease that causes haemorrhagic fever in humans and animals.
Environmental contaminants can be found in wildlife, land, and water.
Environmental Health helps protect human health by addressing issues in the environment that might impact human health.
Information for people experiencing or witnessing family violence.
Fish provide important nutrients in our diet and are a good source of nutrition.
Eating a wide variety of healthy foods keeps families healthy and strong. Traditional foods are very healthy and provide a significant variety and amount of nutrients.
Providing support to children and youth where families are unable, unavailable or unwilling to protect them.
The Office of the Chief Public Health Officer provides advisories and information that are of concern to the health of NWT residents.