The Brighter Futures / Building Health Communities Program strives to assist in identifying the improvement of the overall health care for the Garden Hill First Nation members by focusing, planning and spiritual approach on health issues/problems.
Mental Health Program
Kitiganwacheeng Health Services Inc, Mental Health Program was established in 1994. Survey was done to the community of what programs were available for the components that were mandated through Medical Services Branch.
Mental Health Program was the first priority to be developed in the community. Consultations were done during the five year time.
Community Health Program
Community Health programs objective is to exercise effective communications and leadership with professional medical personnel, organizations and Elders. Community Health is networking with other resources in our vicinity so our people have the best possible health care through information, prevention, intervention and education. Community Health utilizes our Elders for their knowledge of Indian medicine.
Maternal Child Health Program
The vision of the MHC Program is that pregnant First Nations women and families with infants and young children who live on reserve will be supported to reach their fullest development and lifetime potential. This vision will be achieved by providing access to a local, integrated and effective MHC care system that responds to individual, family and community needs.
Injury Prevention Program
Responsible for maintaining and improving the health and safety of community members; Targeting the entire population. It's activities focus on preventing chronic disease like cancer and heart disease, prevention injuries and responding to public health emergencies and infectious disease outbreaks.
Home & Community Care Program
The Garden Hill First Nation Home and Community Care Program provides care to community members who struggle with physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and/or social needs. The Program supports the ability of community members to remain independent in their home community of Garden Hill.
The mandate of the Jordan’s Principle is to provide medical and social services to the all First Nation youths between the ages of 0 to 21 without any delays, disruptions, or limitations. All youth should have equal access to health and social services no matter where they live.