Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre

Aanii, Shekoli, Kuwiinguneewal, Welcome.

We provide high quality, wholistic health and wellness services throughout Southwestern Ontario.
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Improving the health and wellness of our community

Indigenous Teachings

We ground our work in Indigenous teachings, cultures and approaches.

Western Health Practices

We use western health practices to guide our care delivery.

A Wholistic Approach

We blend both practices together to deliver high-quality care that helps create physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.
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Accessing Care

Serving Southwestern Ontario and Beyond

Services are provided to Indigenous (First Nation, Métis, Inuit) people and their families, living on and off-reserve, in rural areas, and in the urban Indigenous communities in London, Owen Sound, Newbury, Waterloo Wellington and Windsor.
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We Provide

Traditional Healing

Traditional healing is integral to our work. It is the only way to heal ourselves and our community from the devastating effects of colonization and systemic racism we experience.

By placing culture and tradition at the core of all health and community development practices, we provide a space of safety and belonging where individuals, families and communities find meaning.
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News & Announcements

A Leadership Announcement from SOAHAC

Today, we’re sharing with our community that Brian Dokis, the long-time CEO of Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre, is retiring.
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