After Hours Clinics

Evening appointments are now available for our primary care patients on Tuesdays in St. Catharines and Wednesdays in Hamilton and Brantford.

for individuals 6 months of age and older who identify as First Nations, Metis or Inuit and household members.
It is safe to receive both vaccines at the same appointment.
For previously immunized individuals, it must be a minimum of 6 months since the last dose of covid-19 vaccine or confirmed covid-19 virus to be eligible (those with certain medical conditions may be eligible sooner)
Call the Hamilton clinic @ 905-544-4320 to book your appointment.
Protect yourself and others by getting immunized!

DAHAC has decided to drop the mask requirement for staff and clients.
However, If you come to the clinic with a respiratory issue, you may be asked to put a mask on. We will have masks available for anyone who wants to wear one.

Capital Funding Media Release

De dwa da dehs nye>s is proud to announce the official media release that the Ministry of Health has released the embargo on receiving the Capital funding support for the redevelopment of our Hamilton site, as well as for De dwa da dehs nye>s expansion of Primary Care Services into the Niagara Region.

Linked below is each media release for your personal review.

DAHC Capital – Media Release

Expansion of Primary Care Services in Niagara Region – Media Release

Do you need a Primary Care Provider?

At DAHAC, a team of physicians and nurse practitioners offer outstanding primary health care services.

Due to overwhelming demand, De dwa da dehs nye>s is not currently accepting new patients. Dependent on supply and demand, this status is reviewed monthly, and does change from time to time. Should you desire to become a patient, please visit reception at either of site to complete an intake form. New patients must be of Aboriginal descent, First Nations, Métis, or Inuit.

Download the intake PDF below:

Patient Intake Form

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Self Assessment Tool

For the safety and wellbeing of our staff, patients and community, please complete the following COVID-19 self-assessment prior to visiting the health centre for a scheduled appointment. We ask that you follow the guidance provided at the end of the self-assessment and stay home if you have any symptoms of COVID-19 or are advised to self-isolate.

COVID-19 self-assessment

Our Vision

Vibrant, healthy Indigenous communities.

Our Mission

Improving the health and well-being of Indigenous individuals, families and communities through wholistic Indigenous, Traditional and Western health care.

Our Values

The organizational values remain to be the Seven Grandfather Teachings of Truth, Love, Respect, Courage, Honesty, Humility, and Wisdom.

“De dwa da dehs nye>s” embodies the concept of “we’re taking care of each other amongst ourselves.”

Mental Health
and Addictions