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.
Current and past NWT Boil Water Advisories
Information on breastfeeding.
Information on applying for a legal change of name.
Information on how to change your sex designation on your birth documents.
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.
Information on different types of diabetes, including prevention and screening.
Drinking water is strictly regulated in the NWT to ensure it is of good quality and safe for people to drink.
The Drop the Pop Campaign encourages students to drink healthy beverages.
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.