Pathways Community Service Directory

Pathways Community Service Directory is a searchable online resource that provides access to hundreds of patient and clinician resources and community services in BC.  You can search by community (e.g. Central Okanagan, Fort Nelson) and type of service (e.g., Indigenous services, immigrant and refugee services, youth services).

 
First Nations Health Authority

The First Nations Health Authority offers a variety of virtual health care services to First Nations people in BC who have limited access to health care services in their communities or must travel long distances for appointments. Services include the following:

  • The First Nations Virtual Doctor of the Day program was created to make primary health care easily accessible to BC First Nations people and their families that do not have access to a doctor.

    All First Nations people of all ages who live in BC are eligible for this service, including family members and non-Indigenous family members. Call 1-855-344-3800 toll-free, seven days a week, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm to book an appointment.

    Click here for more information.

  • Virtual substance use and psychiatry services require a referral from your health and wellness provider or the First Nations Virtual Doctor of the Day. Click here for more information.
 
First Nations-led Primary Health Centres (FNPCCs)

First Nations-led Primary Health Care Centres (FNPCCs) are being developed in rural and urban locations across BC. The centres will provide culturally safe, quality primary health care services primarily for First Nations people and their families. Click here for more information, including a map of current and upcoming centres.

Questions? Contact our Community Coordination for Survivor Safety (CCSS) team at ccss@endingviolence.org.