Our ancestors believed in the Medicine Bear, the healing power.
Four Arrows Regional Health Authority Inc.
"The health and well being of all members of Island Lake Communities is our focus"
“As a regional organization created by the Island Lake Anishininew Nations, we work cooperatively with community health services to improve health outcomes for the Island Lake membership”
Mamow Anishininew Minoyawin
“Island Lake people in Wellness together”
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Meet The FARHA Team
Meet The FARHA Team
News Announcements & Press Clippings
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Four Arrows Regional Health Authority (FARHA) along with FNHMA is pleased to share that the CFNHM Intensive courses are back. We are going back to the classroom and in person. Attached
Free, 24/7 access to Mental Health and Substance Use Resources
RN and LPN – Renal Health Unit
Four Arrows Regional Health Authority is running a 15 month Pilot Project to bring Mobile Medical Addictions Services to First Nation communities starting with 2 communities including St. Theresa Point.
Past & Upcoming Events
COVID-19 Informational Videos
Serving the Island Lake Communities with how-to informational videos to cope with the COVID-19 Pandemic
Check back regularly as new videos will be added
FARHA's Role In Combating COVID-19
Director of Operations, Laurie Wood Ducharme explaining how FARHA is helping out Island Lake Communities during this COVID-19 Pandemic.
How To Use Hand Sanitizer Properly
Community Health Director, Grace McDougall, explains how to properly use hand sanitizer to protect yourself from the COVID-19 Pandemic.
How To Wash Your Hands Properly with Soap and Water
Community Health Director, Grace McDougall, explains how to properly wash your hands using soap and water to protect yourself from the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Novel pathogens: donning & doffing PPE for aerosol-generating procedures
COVID-19 moves from person-to-person via droplets (sneezing and coughing) and contact with surfaces that have become contaminated with someone who is infected. As of March 12, 2020, we have moved to droplet and contact precautions for suspected and confirmed cases of COVID-19. The best protection for health-care workers is the use of a surgical mask, eye protection, full sleeved gown, and gloves. An N95 respirator, as shown in this video, should only be used when performing an aerosol-generating medical procedure such as an intubation or CPR, for example.
What is COVID-19?
Sharon Monias, Harm Reduction Nurse, FARHA, explains what is COVID-19 and how to keep yourself, family and community safe.