Direction of community services

Direction of community services

The department of community services delivers six distinct programs that are available through every community of the Ungava Coast. All employees work for the well-being of the community. The team is made up of workers from Nunavik and elsewhere. The Inuit values and culture are at the heart of the interventions. The professionals are nurses, social workers, psychologists, Northern Attendants, Family Education workers, current therapist…

The services

Child, youth, family programs

  • Family planning clinic (STBI screening and treatment, contraception…)
  • School services (nurse, dental hygienist, psychologist, psychosocial services…)
  • Vaccination clinic 0-5 years old
  • Nutritionist
  • Youth intervention team (SIPPE) - Kuujjuaq, Kangiqsujuaq, Kangiqsualujjuaq
  • Family education workers
  • Northern Attendant
  • Social assistance

Psychosocial services for adults

  • Psychosocial Intake (Kuujjuaq)
  • Psychologist for adults
  • Social workers
  • Mental health services
  • Northern Attendant

Home Care

  • Nurse
  • Social Workers
  • Current therapist
  • Physiotherapist
  • Physical rehabilitation therapist
  • Hearing and Otis services
  • Chronic diseases
  • Family education workers
  • Northern Attendant
  • Family helpers

Public Health

  • Tuberculosis screening and treatment
  • Prevention activities STBI
  • Prevention of diseases
  • Support for daycare, school
  • Prevention and promotion of healthy lifestyle

Community Wellness Program

  • Suicide prevention liaison worker
  • Street workers
  • Wellness workers

Elder's Nurses

  • Auxiliary Nurse
  • Nurses
  • Northern Attendant
  • Recreation Therapist
  • Social workers
  • Day centres

The Ungava Tulattavik Health Center is proud to work and support the population of Nunavik in mental and physical health. Come with us for a unique experience.


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