Information on how to submit a claim for reimbursement for the cost of insured health services received outside of the NWT.
Information on where to get help in the NWT for individuals thinking about suicide and for people to recognize the warning signs.
Tips for handling and preparing food.
NWT residents may be eligible for additional health services beyond those covered by the NWT Health Care Plan.
Information on Syphilis.
The TAMI program is designed for youth in school to raise awareness and reduce the stigma often surrounding mental illness.
The THIF funding for 2021-2023 focused on Primary Health Care Reform Initiative and Demonstration Projects and Health and Social Services System Sustainability Plan as well as funds to off-set Medical Travel costs.
The Dope Experience is a customizable health education workshop that was developed collaboratively with NWT residents in March 2019.
Information on tick borne diseases.
Information on treatment resources available to NWT children, youth, and families.
Tuberculosis is a contagious disease caused by a type of bacteria called Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Updating changes to your personal information to avoid delays in receiving health services.
Information on using common-law spouse's name
Information on vaping.
Information on how to apply for or renew your veterinary licence.
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.
Information on the GNWT wastewater monitoring program.
Most of us know someone impacted by substance use or the challenges associated with mental health and/or addictions recovery. Shame, blame, hopelessness, and distress are just a few feelings someone struggling with these challenges may experience. This is called stigma.