As they say, safety first! And it’s something we believe and enthusiastically support at the Thunder Bay District Health Unit.
TBDHU is responsible for promoting and protecting the health of the community through a number of education and awareness initiatives such as:
- Providing relevant information to Thunder Bay District on how to prevent injury in a variety of settings.
- Linking the public to general injury prevention information from trusted sources
- Operating or partnering with other community organizations to offer programs and campaigns related to injury prevention
- Providing a public health perspective for government or organizations creating new policies as they relate to injury prevention.
Resource Guide for Aging Adults in Thunder Bay
Age-Friendly Thunder Bay, in partnership with Lakehead Social Planning Council’s 211 program, has launched an online, easy to navigate, user-friendly “Resource Guide for Aging Adults in Thunder Bay”. Programs and services listed on the portal are converted from the 211 Northern Region database of Human Services. The information provided is regularly reviewed, verified and updated by 211 Resource staff using www.211north.ca. Access the portal by clicking the button below:
For Further Information
Call the Injury Prevention & Substance Use Program: (807) 625-5900
or toll-free 1-888-294-6630