July 15, 2019
CHIGAMIK Featured in the Midland Mirror – Midland research project could drastically impact health-care systemA small percentage of the population struggling through severe poverty and social isolation is using a large share of provincial health-care dollars, according to research conducted by the North Simcoe Community Health Link. Five per cent of people in Ontario … Read more
June 20, 2019
CHIGAMIK Community Health Centre and Baby Gagaa Boutique Host Clothing Drive to Benefit Local Children and FamiliesMidland, Ontario – June 2019 – Centre de santé communautaire CHIGAMIK Community Health Centre (CSC CHIGAMIK CHC) in partnership with Baby Gagaa Boutique, is hosting a Clothing Drive on Saturday, July 6 from 10:00am to 2:00pm at Baby Gagaa Boutique, … Read more
May 27, 2019Designed and led by Community Food Centres Canada, the Market Greens program is now underway in two Ontario communities with the help of key local partners: The Local Community Food Centre in Stratford and Chigamik Community Health Centre in Midland. … Read more
PROGRAMS & EVENTS
Join us for a peer-led drumming circle that teaches participants how to play the hand drum while singing Indigenous songs. No need to register, simply drop-in!
Regular foot care significantly improves comfort, mobility and the general health of your feet. This is particularly important for people with diabetes because regular foot care can prevent problems and assist in early identification and care if problems do occur.
Our Kin-Nod-Mo-Win Foot Care Services include:
- Foot care assessment
- Nail cutting and filing
- Care of ingrown toe nails
- Corn and callus care
- Education on foot hygiene and proper footwear
- Diabetic foot care education
To book an appointment, please contact Chigamik reception at 705-527-4154.
Honoured Traditional Healers use traditional Indigenous approaches to bring about wellness for individuals and/or groups with mental, physical, spiritual and emotional holistic healing needs.
*Please note that it is customary to give a gift of tobacco to the Healers at each visit. To learn more please contact Brian George, Indigenous Cultural Program Coordinator at: 705.527.4154 x204. To schedule an appointment, please contact 705-527-4154 x252.