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Organization: De dwa de dehs nye - Aboriginal Health Centre - Brantford - King St  
Phone Numbers: 519-752-4340
Fax: 519-752-6096
Email: info@dahac.ca
Website: www.aboriginalhealthcentre.com
Address:
36 King St
Brantford, ON
N3T 3C5
Intersection: Darling St and King St
Location: Brantford Core
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Elevator
Hours: Mon, Tue 8:30am-4:30pm, (closed 12noon-1 pm) * Wed, Thu 8:30am-6pm, (closed 12noon-1pm) * Fri 8:30am-3pm , (closed 12noon-1pm)
Contacts: Anastasia Blackey - Health Promotions Manager
Hamilton: 905-544-4320 ext 359 * ablackey@dahac.ca
Laura Workman - Executive Assistant
Hamilton Office: 905-544-4320 ext 261 * lworkman@dahac.ca
Service Description: Health centre providing family medical care and community-based health programs * team of family doctors, nurse practitioners and other health care providers * referral to other regional health services

Culturally appropriate programs and services for Aboriginals, combining traditional health and Western medical practices * aims to improve the social supports and conditions that affect long-term health

Clients choose to see a doctor, take part in a variety of programs, access mental health and addiction services/supports, access diabetes support or access traditional healers

Translation
De dwa da dehs nye>s embodies the concept of "We're taking care of each other amongst ourselves."

Fees: Free
Application: Call or visit * valid health card and certificate of Indian status (if applicable) required
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Indigenous community
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Brant County ; Six Nations ; New Credit  
See Also: 03 - Health Promotion
Health Centres and Programs for Indigenous Peoples

This information was last completely updated on February 28, 2018

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Updated February 28, 2018
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About Us
Our Mission: To improve the wellness of Aboriginal individuals and of the Aboriginal community by providing services which respect people as individuals with a distinctive cultural identity and distinctive values and beliefs.