Home & Community Care Program
Our Health is in Our Hands



The Home and Community Care Program is funded by the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch. This program is for members of our 10 Fort Frances/Rainy River District area First Nations who require medical treatment or assistance in their home.

Care is initiated on a referral from any source such as: family members, CHR, family doctor or by self referral. A Nursing staff member will contact you to provide an assessment. If it is determined that you require nursing services a plan of care will be developed. Our staff make routine weekly "friendly visits" as well. Medical treatment will require an order from your doctor and our staff will obtain these orders for you if they are needed.

Services Provided

Case Management:

  • Client assessment
  • Development of Care Plan including the involvement of family members
  • Service coordination with outside agencies if required 
  • Client advocacy

Home Care Nursing:

  • Advanced Wound Care
  • Catheter Management
  • Injections
  • Medication Management
  • Blood Work
  • Anticoagulation management
  • Other work as ordered by your doctor
  • IV therapy including antibiotics, central lines
  • Client and Family teachings
  • Counseling and Grief Recovery

Personal Care:

  • Bathing
  • Mobility
  • Eating
  • Toileting
  • Dressing

Home Support Services:

  • Homemaker to provide housecleaning, meal preparation, laundry, etc.
  • Home Maintenance & Support to do outside maintenance such as mowing the lawn, wood chopping, etc.

Medical Supplies and Equipment:

Assistive devices are loaned through your communities “Loan Cupboard” for short-term use. 

Linkages with other Programs:

  • Riverside Health Care
  • LHIN's 
  • Non-Insured Health Benefits Program
  • Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
  • Gizhewaadiziwin Access Center programming
Crisis Response

Toll Free & Confidential
Available 24 hours a day,
7 days a week.

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