Twitter icon
Facebook icon
Google icon
StumbleUpon icon icon
Digg icon
LinkedIn icon
MySpace icon
Newsvine icon
Reddit icon
People, families and communities of the Sahtu are mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and physically healthy, and are strengthened by the Sahtu cultures.


Health is a complete state of physical, mental, social and emotional well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Please click on the read more link to learn more about the health programs and services offered by the Sahtu Health and Social Services Authority.

Social Services

Social Services encourages healthy choices, supports mental wellness, protects children and others at risk, and helps families and communities to increase wellness. Please click on the read more link to learn more about the social services programs offered by the Sahtu Health & Social Services Authority.


Cancer Resource Guides are now available for download.

October to April is Flu Season. The best protection is an annual flu shot.

This vaccine is provided free of charge to all residents of the NWT who are 6 months of age and older.

Sahtu Residents:

View Employment Opportunities under "I WANT MORE INFO" menu (on right).

Current listings:

  • Indigenous Healing Coordinator - Deline

  • Resident Care Aide - Norman Wells (Expression of Interest)

Fair and Consistent Service Fees. Beginning July 1, 2017.

Health and Social Service Authorities in the Northwest Territories will be implementing consistent fees for non-medically necessary services across the NWT.

Do you have a complaint, question or a suggestion regarding a health or social service that you have received?

Check the bottom right hand corner of your health care card for expiry date.


You are responsible for renewing your health care card. Renewal can be completed four months in advance of the expiry date.