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At HCOM, we’re committed to the improvement of these health outcome “numbers” and the stories behind them. We work to advocate for the holistic health of individuals in these communities. We know that First Nation people deserve better.

The Issues

Access to Care

We face challenges providing adequate access to care services.

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Socio-Economics

Residents face extra hurdles that impact positive healthy lives.

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Health Education

Creating awareness is the first step to redefining health on-reserve.

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The Issues

Alberta is one of the most affluent progressive regions in the world, yet we have citizens living here in third world conditions.

The comparative conditions on reserve are simply staggering. Many First Nations people that live on reserves in Canada face third-world living conditions & poor health outcomes. There are many factors that contribute to this fact and solutions to the issues aren’t straightforward, but we need to work together to help change bad statistics into stories of success.

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Alberta is one of the most affluent progressive regions in the world, yet we have citizens living here in third world conditions.

The comparative conditions on reserve are simply staggering. Many First Nations people that live on reserves in Canada face third-world living conditions & poor health outcomes. There are many factors that contribute to this fact and solutions to the issues aren’t straightforward, but we need to work together to help change bad statistics into stories of success.

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What can you do?

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HCoM Health Kit

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I won't stand for the third world conditions on First Nation reserves in Alberta #morethannumbers http://hcom.ca/more-than-numbers


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