Our vision is to contribute to an environment where all children are born into healthy, supportive families and communities that honour traditional cultural values and promote independence, self-determination and participation in community life.
Battle River Treaty 6 Health Centre provides community based health services to promote support and encourage the physical, mental, social and spiritual health of the people living in Little Pine, Lucky Man, Moosomin, Mosquito, Poundmaker, Red Pheasant and Sweetgrass First Nation.
Treaty Right To Health… As First Nations People we value our historic relationship with the Federal Government.
Community Participation… Community members are partners in planning and implementation of health services.
Empowerment… we build on the inherent strengths and protective values of First Nations people as we encourage individuals to take responsibility for their own physical, mental, spiritual and emotional well being.
Culturally Appropriate Services…Respecting the culture and values of First Nations, our services are based on the identified need of our communities and best practices.
Accountability…We demonstrate trust and integrity in our responsible use of resources.
Respect…We value cultural humility: we acknowledge the limitations of our own cultural perspective,practice self-awareness, and remain open to other’s culture.
Responsiveness…Health Services are flexible and innovative, responding to evolving health needs of the community and the pursuit of quality.
Wholistic…Services recognize and address all aspects of health including physical, spiritual, mental and emotional.
Teamwork…A collaborative approach demonstrates our commitment to cultivating and honoring relationships to better serve our communities.