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Contact Us:
R.R. #1, Compartment 21
Little Current, Ontario
P0P 1K0
(705) 368-3171
(705) 368-0293

Naandwegamik Health Centre
"Place of Healing"
Vision Statement - To provide quality, holistic community based services that meet community, family and individual needs by addressing issues through a team effort that promotes and respects community, family and individual responsibility for health through both traditional and western methods.

In September 2000 the health centre and a garage was contructed. This facility is wheelchair accessable, it is equipped with two treatment rooms, offices, storage rooms and a counselling/ observation room and a conference room with a kitchen. Visiting medical personnel such as physicians and nurse practitioners come in to help community members with basic blood tests, diabetes checks or other non-life threatening illnesses whether it be physical or mental. For the off-reserve medical appointments and for those who do not have access to a vehicle the medical driver uses the van to take them to and from their appointments.

HEALTH DIRECTOR: Anne-Marie Corbiere

C.H.R. - Shirley Corbiere

CHR - Community Health Representative -
Shirley Corbiere 
The mandate of the Community Health Services Coordinator focuses on health services that offer support to clients and families through clinical and home visits, referrals, medical transportation (local and long distance arrangements), Supervises all other health staff and other services which are not always limited to the on-reserve membership consisting of health education, health services, prenatal/ postnatal, diabetes initiatives, safety and health promotion, Daycare/ Elementary Student checks, cultural (Anishnaabe) awareness, advocacy and referral and community health supervision and administration.
Brighter Futures Program 
Stephanie Corbiere email:
The mandate of  the Bighter Futures Program is to improve the physical, mental and social well-being of First Nation children and families by improving the quality of, and access to culturally sensitive wellness services at the community level to help create healthy family and community environments in which children and all community members can thrive. Services that are provided include community mental health, child development, injury prevention, solvent abuse, parenting skills, healthy babies, health promotions, program coordination, mental health, cultural (Anishnaabe) awareness, advocacy and referral.
NADAP- National Native Alcohol & Drug Addtictions Program
The mandate of the NADAP worker  is to improve the physical, mental and social well-being of community members by providing prevention and intervention services. The approach is holistic and integrated building on the theme of partnerships and identifying solutions through drug and alcohol councelling, cultural (Anishnaabe) awareness, educational information, relationships with external agencies, case management, public relations, program coordination, tabacco reduction strategy and advocacy and referral.

Community Support - Debbie Shawana

Community Support Worker
Debbie Shawana
The mandate of the Community Support Worker is to provide prevention and early intervention services to children and families at high risk  to research, formulate, implement and evaluate adequate short-term and long-term programs and services (workplans) with individuals and families, in the area of child welfare prevention consistent with Kina Gbezhgomi's Annual Service Plan with the Ministry of Community Child and Family Services.
Community Wellness/ Mental Health Worker
Darren Madahbee
The Community Wellness Program provides prevention and education programming in areas of Wellness. Including Family Violence and Mental Health, Supportive and referral services, advocacy and other assistance are also available upon request.
Referral Clerk- Fran McGraw  
The purpose of the Referral Clerk is to assist and direct clients to the appropriate service providers when acccessing Health Services. The Referral Clerk performs varied information gathering and clerical functions.
Receptionist/Secretary: Debbie Madahbee-Crites
The mandate of the Health Centre Assistant is to provide secretarial support to the Health and Social Services Team and visiting Medical Personnel, consisting of reception, minutes, typing, filing, correspondence, meeting arrangements and set-up, ensuring all monthly attendance records are complete and submitted to the Band Manager, ensure safekeeping and maintenance of all files and room keys, also monthly newsletter development.