811 is a free and confidential telephone consultation service.
Information on how to access or correct personal health information.
The Department of Health and Social Services reviews and completes updates to the Aklavik Action Plan for Critical Incident Investigation Report Recommendations annually.
This program provides funding to hire community-based counsellors who will support individuals living in, or working towards, recovery and/or support community-based addictions recovery and aftercare programming in the Northwest Territories (NWT).
This program provides funding to initiatives that strengthen peer support, aftercare, and community-based options for individuals who have lived or are living with addictions and/or who have been impacted through family, friends, or community.
Information on adoption topics such as custom adoption, families wanting to adopt, information for birth parents and post adoption
Training for everyone 16 years or older who wants to be able to provide suicide first aid.
Information on what you need to apply for a certificate of standing.
Information on applying for a food permit.
Information on how to apply for a health and social services profession to be regulated.
Applying for health care coverage in the NWT.
Applying for health care coverage for newborn child.
Information on how to apply for extended health benefits if you are a registered Indigenous Métis.
Information on how to maintain health coverage during extended absence from the NWT.
Information on how seniors can apply for the extended health benefits.
Information on how to apply for the extended health benefits for Specified Disease Conditions Program.
Information on how to apply for the Healthy Choices Fund.
Information on the Baby Bundle Program.