Health-related Links

CIUSSS de la Capitale-Nationale
Offers health and social services to the population of the Capitale-Nationale region, from prevention to end-of-life care.

Info-Santé 8-1-1
You can speak to a nurse at Info-santé (health info) 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

2-1-1 Service
An information and reference telephone number that connects callers to a full range of community, social and government services in the Capitale-Nationale and Chaudière-Appalaches regions.

Portail santé mieux-être
Find a resource in health and social services. Programs and support measures related to health and social services.

Services Québec
Be sure to visit the Website of Services Québec for all kinds of helpful information about government services and practical advice for life events such as:

  • Becoming a Parent
  • What to Do in the Event of Death
  • When a Couple Separates
  • Retirement
  • What to Do Before, During and After a Disaster

Wellness Centre
The community Wellness Centre at Jeffery Hale promotes the personal and shared well-being of English speakers in the Quebec City region by offering a range of healthy living programs

Health Canada
A collection of information on health-related topics, such as healthy living, disease and conditions, product safety, and much more.

Be Active Québec
Promotes a healthy lifestyle among youth ages 0 to 17 within the English-speaking community of the Greater Quebec City region through healthy eating habits and physical activity.

Air Quality Health Index (AQHI): What are you breathing today?
If you have breathing problems or heart disease, this information tool will help you stay aware of the health risk based on air pollution levels in the Quebec City urban area. Visit their website or call their toll-free number (1 866 688-3810) to learn the current AQHI.  Sign up to get alerts free of charge by phone when poor air quality has the potential to affect your health.

Avenir en santé

Together, Québec's ministry of health and social services and the establishments in its network form the largest employer in the business of service provision in this province. More than 250,000 people from various backgrounds work in the health field: housekeeping attendants, nurses, computer technicians, radiation oncology technicians, administrative support staff and so much more. Explore career opportunities on this site.

The Fraser Recovery Program
A non-profit organization that helps young people (primarily Quebecers) who need help to recognize their drug or alcohol abuse, cease their abuse and arrest their disease. Help is offered free of charge to youth or their parents.

Health Passport App
The Health Passport App is designed to help you and your family keep track of essential health information on your smart phone or tablet. It also puts helpful words and phrases in French at your fingertips when you go to clinic or an emergency.  

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