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The First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission (FNQLHSSC) was established in 1994 by resolution of the Chiefs of the Assembly of First Nations Quebec-Labrador (AFNQL).
The FNQLHSSC aims to improve the health and well-being of First Nations populations in Quebec through sustainable partnerships by supporting the development of culturally appropriate governance models.
The FNQLHSSC receives mandates from its annual general assembly, its Board of Directors and the AFNQL.
Accompaniment aims to promote the acquisition and development of professional skills and the empowerment to take action. See more »
The FNQLHSSC offers a wide range of training courses addressing specific audiences and customized training specifically tailored to the needs of the clientele, with the objective of increasing the skills of interveners and strengthening the local autonomy. See more »
The FNQLHSSC offers many culturally adapted tools to help its clientele in its professional practice. See more »
The FNQLHSSC participates in projects related to the use of information technology to improve accessibility to health and social services for First Nations. See more »