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Aanjichigewin Health Educator/Promoter East End

Lisa Marie Naponse, B.P.H.E
Phone: 705-844-2021 ext. 305
Cell: 705-862-1114
Email: lisa-marie.naponse@nmninoeyaa.ca

Aanjichigewin Health Educator/Promoter West End

Cynthia McCutcheon, MPH
Cell: 705-849-7136
Fax: 705-759-8716
Email: cynthia.mccutcheon@nmninoeyaa.ca

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Aanjichigewin Health Educator/Promoter East End

Lisa Marie Naponse, B.P.H.E
Phone: 705-844-2021 ext. 305
Cell: 705-862-1114
Email: lisa-marie.naponse@nmninoeyaa.ca

Aanjichigewin Health Educator/Promoter West End

Cynthia McCutcheon, MPH
Cell: 705-849-7136
Fax: 705-759-8716
Email: cynthia.mccutcheon@nmninoeyaa.ca

We are a  team of Registered Dietitians, Diabetes Nurse Educators, Health Promotors and Dental Hygienists that provide comprehensive health and wellness services to our communities.

Our team is dedicated to providing accessible, comprehensive, and quality Health and Wellness services to clients and families through the community health centres within Atikameksheng Anishinabek, Sagamok First Nation, Serpent River First Naton, Mississauga First Nation, Thessalon First Nation, Garden River First Nation, Batchewana First Nation, and the Indigenous Friendship Centre in Sault Ste. Marie.

Our Team Includes:

  • Registered Dieticians
  • Diabetes Nurse Educators
  • Health Promotors
  • Dental Hygienists

Our Services

Aanjichigewin Health Promotion Program:

Welcome to N’Mninoeyaa Aboriginal Health Access Centre’s Aanjichigewin Health Promotion Program. Aanjichigewin means “the process of change” in Anishinabemoowin. The focus of the program is on promoting positive health behaviours such as staying active, eating right and staying smoke free, to prevent chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, and cancer, increasing individual health throughout the lifespan. Health promotion is also about the community health. Creating healthy communities means creating an environment where people feel safe and comfortable to practice healthy lifestyle behaviours.

The following programs are offered through the Aanjichigewin Health Promotion Team:

  • Movers and Shakers
  • Family Fit and Healthy Eating Programs
  • Aambe Physical Activity Challenge
  • Diabetes Prevention: Family Kitchen, Garden Photo Challenge
  • Smoke Free Ontario: Smoking Cessation Support Groups/Programming
  • Jays Care-Indigenous Rookie Baseball League

Please also see our Facebook page for more information found here.

Naadmaadsaan Diabetes Team

Naadmaadsaan means “Helping One’s Self”. This program is supported by the Diabetes Nurse Educator, Registered Dietician, and the services of a Foot care specialist. This program will have you engaged in a healthy lifestyle to manage your diabetes so that your quality of life can be maintained or improved. Through this team, we provide:

  • One-on-One Client Visits in Clinic, In-Home, or Virtual
  • Diabetes Clinics
  • Diabetes Support Groups
  • Health Promotion Programs within Community Settings

Children’s Oral Health Initiative

COHI is an early childhood cavity prevention and education dental program which provides services to children aged 0-7, along with oral health teachings to parents/caregivers and prenatal women. The COHI program has a dental hygienist that provides regular service to the communities of Atikameksheng Anishnawbek, Sagamok Anishnawbek, Serpent River First Nation, Mississauga First Nation, Thessalon First Nation, and Batchewana First Nation. There is also a local COHI-Aide within each of the communities that we serve to assist with appointment booking, as well as program promotion and delivery.

Appointments and Referrals:

  • General Information: 705-844-2021
  • Atikameksheng Anishinabek (705) 692-3674 ext. 248
  • Sagamok First Nation: (705)-865-2171 ext. 343
  • Serpent River First Nation: (705)-844-2152
  • Mississauga First Nation: (705)-356-1621 ext. 2224
  • Thessalon First Nation: (705)-842-2670
  • Garden River First Nation: (705) 946-5710 ext. 226
  • Batchewana First Nation: 705-254-7827  ext. 131
  • Indigenous Friendship Centre in Sault Ste. Marie: 705-256-8925

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Health and Wellness

~ Contact us now ~

Aanjichigewin Health Educator/Promoter East End

Lisa Marie Naponse, B.P.H.E
Phone: 705-844-2021 ext. 305
Cell: 705-862-1114
Email: lisa-marie.naponse@nmninoeyaa.ca

Aanjichigewin Health Educator/Promoter West End

Cynthia McCutcheon, MPH
Cell: 705-849-7136
Fax: 705-759-8716
Email: cynthia.mccutcheon@nmninoeyaa.ca

~ Contact us now ~

Aanjichigewin Health Educator/Promoter East End

Lisa Marie Naponse, B.P.H.E
Phone: 705-844-2021 ext. 305
Cell: 705-862-1114
Email: lisa-marie.naponse@nmninoeyaa.ca

Aanjichigewin Health Educator/Promoter West End

Cynthia McCutcheon, MPH
Cell: 705-849-7136
Fax: 705-759-8716
Email: cynthia.mccutcheon@nmninoeyaa.ca

We are a  team of Registered Dietitians, Diabetes Nurse Educators, Health Promotors and Dental Hygienists that provide comprehensive health and wellness services to our communities.

Our team is dedicated to providing accessible, comprehensive, and quality Health and Wellness services to clients and families through the community health centres within Atikameksheng Anishinabek, Sagamok First Nation, Serpent River First Naton, Mississauga First Nation, Thessalon First Nation, Garden River First Nation, Batchewana First Nation, and the Indigenous Friendship Centre in Sault Ste. Marie.

Our Team Includes:

  • Registered Dieticians
  • Diabetes Nurse Educators
  • Health Promotors
  • Dental Hygienists

Our Services

Aanjichigewin Health Promotion Program:

Welcome to N’Mninoeyaa Aboriginal Health Access Centre’s Aanjichigewin Health Promotion Program. Aanjichigewin means “the process of change” in Anishinabemoowin. The focus of the program is on promoting positive health behaviours such as staying active, eating right and staying smoke free, to prevent chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, and cancer, increasing individual health throughout the lifespan. Health promotion is also about the community health. Creating healthy communities means creating an environment where people feel safe and comfortable to practice healthy lifestyle behaviours.

The following programs are offered through the Aanjichigewin Health Promotion Team:

  • Movers and Shakers
  • Family Fit and Healthy Eating Programs
  • Aambe Physical Activity Challenge
  • Diabetes Prevention: Family Kitchen, Garden Photo Challenge
  • Smoke Free Ontario: Smoking Cessation Support Groups/Programming
  • Jays Care-Indigenous Rookie Baseball League

Please also see our Facebook page for more information found here.

Naadmaadsaan Diabetes Team

Naadmaadsaan means “Helping One’s Self”. This program is supported by the Diabetes Nurse Educator, Registered Dietician, and the services of a Foot care specialist. This program will have you engaged in a healthy lifestyle to manage your diabetes so that your quality of life can be maintained or improved. Through this team, we provide:

  • One-on-One Client Visits in Clinic, In-Home, or Virtual
  • Diabetes Clinics
  • Diabetes Support Groups
  • Health Promotion Programs within Community Settings

Children’s Oral Health Initiative

COHI is an early childhood cavity prevention and education dental program which provides services to children aged 0-7, along with oral health teachings to parents/caregivers and prenatal women. The COHI program has a dental hygienist that provides regular service to the communities of Atikameksheng Anishnawbek, Sagamok Anishnawbek, Serpent River First Nation, Mississauga First Nation, Thessalon First Nation, and Batchewana First Nation. There is also a local COHI-Aide within each of the communities that we serve to assist with appointment booking, as well as program promotion and delivery.

Appointments and Referrals:

  • General Information: 705-844-2021
  • Atikameksheng Anishinabek (705) 692-3674 ext. 248
  • Sagamok First Nation: (705)-865-2171 ext. 343
  • Serpent River First Nation: (705)-844-2152
  • Mississauga First Nation: (705)-356-1621 ext. 2224
  • Thessalon First Nation: (705)-842-2670
  • Garden River First Nation: (705) 946-5710 ext. 226
  • Batchewana First Nation: 705-254-7827  ext. 131
  • Indigenous Friendship Centre in Sault Ste. Marie: 705-256-8925