Wellness Programs

Its priority populations are all people of Indigenous ancestry and their families in the District of Temiskaming, with a special focus on children, youth, women, families, and Elders.

The catchment area of the Mino M’shki-ki Indigenous Health Team is the District of Temiskaming, including surrounding First Nations.

The Mino M’shki-ki Indigenous Health Team provides Indigenous traditional and Western health services to prevent, promote, diagnose, treat, and support Indigenous Peoples and their families throughout the life cycle.

The Mino M’shki-ki Indigenous Health Team uses both urban-based and land-based sites in Kirkland Lake and Temiskaming Shores.

In Kirkland Lake, it operates as part of the Keepers of the Circle Indigenous community hub run by TNWSG. Land-based programming is offered as part of Beaverhouse First Nation’s Dorothy Lake camp.

In Temiskaming Shores, it operates out of a warm and welcoming space within the Temiskaming Hospital, governed by a reconciliation-based partnership agreement. Land-based programming is offered on land located on Lake Temiskaming, which was gifted by the Municipality of Temiskaming Shores.

  • Exercise Programs

  • Smoking Cessation
  • Cultural Activities

  • Healthy Cooking Classes
  • Reflexology

  • Exercise Rx – Swimming and Gym Passes
  • Elder and Youth Gathering
  • Women’s Wellness Programs

  • Hot Meal Delivery
  • Life Coaching

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