First Nations Health CouncilFirst Nations leadership has long prioritized the health and wellness of their peoples and communities. In 2007, BC First Nations established the FNHC to implement the Transformative Change Accord: First Nations Health Plan. The FNHC was formed with representation from the Union of BC Indian Chiefs, First Nations Summit and BC Assembly of First Nations and through the plan the parties committed to develop a new structure for BC First Nations health governance by 2010 - this structure would hold responsibility for regional health planning and administration as well as health design, delivery and accountability to reflect the service delivery needs of First Nations.
, First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples
, Family Services
, Children and Youth