RHS

First Nations Regional Health Survey (RHS)

The national coordination of the RHS is carried out by the First Nation Information Governance Centre. At the regional level, it is coordinated by the FNQLHSSC.
We are now in phase 4 of the survey.

PFMPNIQ

Quebec First Nations and Inuit Faculties of Medicine Program (QFNIFMP)

The QFNIFMP supports First Nations and Inuit applicants who want to study medicine through a guidance structure that facilitates their admission and integration throughout their university career.

PFMPNIQ

Quebec First Nations Regional Information Governance Strategy : Logo Contest

The regional information governance strategy needs a strong image for all its communication tools. As such, we’re holding a contest to showcase the artistic talents of First Nations members, who are invited to create an original and representative visual to illustrate this major project and its communication materials (e.g., official documents, website, promotional items, etc.).

Services

Services dedicated to First Nations

Centered on the health and well-being of the First Nations, the FNQLHSSC offers a vast and diversified range of services to accompany and support the communities and collaborate in their progress.

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Our services per categories

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Access to services

Culture

Children and family

Health and wellness

Income security and social inclusion.

Psychosocial
Support

research and information resources

Governance and community mobilization

Governance

A governance in health and social services by and for the First Nations. Learn more about the process

Documentation centre

Broaden your researches with the tools and posts of our documentation centre.

Next Events and formations

Access to all our events and training courses

Latest news

The FNQLHSSC : For the health and wellness of the First Nations

Officially created on April 14, 1994, the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission (FNQLHSSC) works with First Nations communities and organizations for the accessibility and development of health and social services adapted to community needs.

AFNQL and regional commissions and organizations (COR)