Covid-19 Resources

COVID-19 Communication Resources for Community Health and Wellness

Get the facts on children and youth vaccines!

Covid-19 Vaccines for Children and Youth

Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre

The Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre provides experienced agents and health specialists in more than 300 languages.

1-833-943-3900 (TTY: 1-866-797-0007)

Our Health Counts – Research and Statistics


Information about the health status of Indigenous people living in urban areas of Ontario is often incomplete or not available.  The ‘Our Health Counts’ project originated out of Well Living House at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto.  Anishnawbe Mushkiki was the designated lead for the Thunder Bay project.  Through this 2-year study with collaborative community partnerships, the research and statistics are now complete.
Key socio-demographic, health status, and health service access issues of urban Indigenous populations in Thunder Bay were all explored .

The results are available in the link provided by Well Living House.

Services available in Thunder Bay for victims of crime and their family members:

Food Resources
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Nishnawbe Aski Nation
Victim Quick Response Program
Phone: (807) 625-4628

Nishnawbe Aski Legal Services Corporation
Phone: (807) 622-1413 or 1-800-465-5581

Ontario Native Women’s Association
Aboriginal Victim and Family Liaison Program
Phone: (807) 623-3442

Sexual Abuse Centre Thunder Bay
Phone: (807) 345-0894

Confidential Helpline

Thunder Bay and Area Victim Services

Victim Services Offered throughout the Province of Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General

Victim Support Line
Call the Victim Support Line, toll-free at 1-888-579-2888 to find information and referrals to services that help victims of crime in your community. The multilingual line provides services across Ontario, in most languages spoken in the province.

Victim Witness Assistance Program
Phone: (807) 626-7120 or 1-888-394-6930