Information on the NWT Quitline, a free service offered to NWT residents who need help quitting or are thinking about quitting smoking.
The Office of the Public Guardian protects the rights and interests of people with disabilities through guardianship.
On the Land Healing Fund provides resources to Aboriginal Governments and other organizations to deliver culturally based healing.
NWT Health Insurance may not cover your out-of-territory medical costs.
Pertussis, also known as the whooping cough, is a very contagious infection that affects the lungs and airways.
Licensing information for health and social services professionals who want to practice in the NWT.
Find out how the Health Information Act sets out what health service providers can and cannot do with your health information.
The Department of Health and Social Services is seeking feedback from professionals and the public on the proposed key elements that will provide for the future regulation of Licensed Practical Nurses in the NWT.
The Department of Health and Social Services is seeking feedback on the Discussion Paper: Tobacco Control in the Northwest Territories.
Health benefits of quitting, and how to quit or help others to quit.
Tobacco facts, smoking and second-hand smoke, and how to quit.
Information on where to get help in the NWT for individuals thinking about suicide and for people to recognize the warning signs.
NWT residents may be eligible for additional health services beyond those covered by the NWT Health Care Plan.
The HSS System Navigator can assist you with inquiries regarding the delivery of health and social services in the NWT.
The TAMI program is designed for youth in school to raise awareness and reduce the stigma often surrounding mental illness.
Tuberculosis is an infectious disease caused by a type of bacteria called Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
A Voluntary Support Services Agreement can help provide services and support to children, youth and their parent(s) without giving up their legal rights and responsibilities towards their child.
Campaign gives public the confidence and skill set to respond to family violence situations.