News and Announcements:
May 3, 2016 (Winnipeg, MB) – Registered nurses, pharmacists, and dietitians in Manitoba are invited to attend a special Volunteer Meet and Greet session on Wednesday, September 14, 2016, at 5:30pm at 1-452 Dovercourt Drive in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Attend to learn more about our screening clinics and educational workshops. We’ll have some of our testing machines set up so you can try them out. Find out if you’d like to volunteer with the program. If you live outside of Winnipeg and/or cannot attend on September 14, please contact us to let us know you’re interested as we plan to organize a webinar session later in 2016. If you plan to attend, it is important to RSVP to reserve your space by email or by phone at 204.989.0809. Space is limited.
December 22, 2015 (Winnipeg, MB) – Check out our new video about the Healthier Together Program on Youtube.
This program has four main goals:
This 3-year program is being launched in 2016. We are excited to share information about this new program with you.
Screening clinics for First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples in Manitoba. View More
Advocacy & Empowerment
Aboriginal communities will receive holistic health tools, information and data to promote healthy living. View More
Aboriginal peoples will learn more about diabetes, heart disease and stroke, and kidney disease. View More
Knowledge and lessons from clinics will be shared with Aboriginal communities.View More
Do you want to support this program? You can make a charitable donation payable to the “Healthier Together Program” by sending us a cheque to 1-452 Dovercourt Drive, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3Y 1G4. We are also looking for pharmacists, dietitians, and registered nurses who want to volunteer from across Manitoba. Email us if you’d like to get involved.
Visit different pages of our website to learn more.
- Aboriginal community leaders
- Aboriginal peoples in Manitoba
- Companies or foundations interested in sponsoring our program
- Manitobans who want more information about diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and kidney disease