Programs & Services

The Thunder Bay District Health Unit is a public health agency incorporated under the HPPA and governed by the Board of Health for the District of Thunder Bay. It is one of thirty-six (36) not-for-profit, publicly funded health agencies in Ontario.

The TBDHU provides public health programs and services to approximately 146,000 people across a large geographic area of 235,531 sq. km. Its main office is located in the City of Thunder Bay and operates in small towns within the District including Nipigon, Terrace Bay, Geraldton, Marathon and Manitouwadge.

The TBDHU works with individuals, families, coalitions and partner agencies to promote and protect health, and to prevent disease. Public health programs and services are geared toward people of all ages and are delivered in a variety of settings including workplaces, daycare and educational settings, homes, health care settings and community spaces.

Listing of Programs & Services
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For a complete listing, please download our Programs and Services brochure (PDF) or contact us by phone: (807) 625-5900.

Last Updated: 11/01/2018