Unintentional injuries are the greatest threat to the health of children, youth and younger adults in the NWT. Tips for preventing injuries at home and away from home are shown in this section.
Information on cancer resources relevant to NWT cancer patients.
Information on how to marry in the NWT and ordering a marriage certificate
Information on medical assistance in dying in the NWT.
Information on Medical Travel.
Information on mental health services available to NWT residents.
Mental Health First Aid training gives you the skills you need to make a difference.
The Mental Health Framework will guide us in transforming the NWT mental health system
The NWT Community Counselling Program (CCP) offers free counselling support for mental health, addictions and family violence.
Information on the NWT Health Care Plan.
Find information on the health status of NWT residents with a focus on key public health issues.
Information on NWT electronic health systems.
The NWT Help Line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is 100% free, confidential and anonymous. Call 1-800-661-0844.
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.
Information on opioids.
NWT Health Insurance may not cover your out-of-territory medical costs.