Counselling for MMIWG Impacted Individuals

The First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) administers free counselling services in BC available to survivors, family members and individuals affected by the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. People of all genders are encouraged to connect to this counselling. Individuals do not need to have status and can live on or off reserve.

This counselling program is administered by FNHA through the Health Benefits team, and counselling is offered by providers who are registered with FNHA’s Mental Health Provider List. This list is updated regularly.


Individuals who would like to access counselling are encouraged to connect directly with a mental health provider from the above list to schedule an appointment. The provider directly bills FNHA, so there is no upfront cost to the individual to access counselling.


If you’d like to know more, read the information sheet about this program.


Here is an overview of all of the mental health programs that FNHA’s First Nations Health Benefits program supports.


Please feel welcome to contact the First Nations Health Benefits team with any questions that you might have at 1-877-477-0775.