Welcome to the Gizhewaadiziwin Access Centre
The Gizhewaadiziwin Access Centre is a community based, Aboriginal controlled, Primary Care service that combines western curative care with traditional Ojibway healing philosophies and practices. The Access Centre provides clinical, social, health promotion and preventive services, as well as, access to traditional Ojibway healers.
The Gizhewaadiziwin Access Centre, located in the heart of the Fort Frances Tribal Area and the Rainy River District, is the result of a unique partnership between area First Nations, the United Native Friendship Centre and the Sunset Country Metis.
The Access Centre will be closed for Family Day Monday, February 15, 2021.
The Centre will reopen for normal hours on Tuesday, February 16, 2021.
The December 2020 newsletter is out! To see what is happening at the Access Centre, please click on the link below.
COVID-19 PANDEMIC UPDATES
Please check this section for up to date information on the COVID-19 Pandemic and the steps that the GIzhewaadiziwin Health Access Centre is taking to serve our clients and communities at this trying time. Please click on the links below for external communications from Shanna Weir, Executive Director of the Health Access Centre.
For more accurate, up to date information on the COVID-19 Pandemic, please check the following websites:
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GHAC Client Experience Survey
We are currently conducting a Client Experience Survey to better meet the needs of our clients. All Information is provided voluntarily and will remain confidential.