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Organization: Oneida Nation of the Thames  
Phone Numbers: 519-652-3244
Fax: 519-652-9287
Website: www.oneida.on.ca
Address:
2212 Elm Ave
Southwold, ON
N0L 2G0
Location: Southwold
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Hours vary * call ahead
Executives: Sheri Doxtator - Chief
519-652-6161 * sheri.doxtator@oneida.on.ca
Service Description: First Nations community of the Oneida peoples * operates independently according to long standing spiritual and cultural traditions * administers own community development, health, learning, safety and public works programs
 
Band Representative - Ensures the safety and security of all children who are registered, eligible to be registered and community members of Oneida Nation of the Thames
 
Community Development - Promotes healthy healing and wellness programs and community development
 
Fire Department - Fire suppression *  Fire Safe Program * Prevention, Detection and Escape education * Mutual Aid response * responds to some medical/trauma calls with paramedics when requested
 
Health Services - Health centre focused on family and community health * health professionals assess and treat non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses * referrals to other local health services and personal development groups available on and off reserve
 
Life-Long Learning - Oneida Education Centre - Education programs for members of the community
 
Oneida Nation Paramedic Services (EMS) - Ensures vulnerable people entering the health care system through the ambulance system receives efficient and timely assessments, treatments and transportation to the proper facility
 
Onyota'a:ka Family Healing Lodge - Offers emergency shelter for up to 6 weeks for people and families who are at risk of or in a violent family situation * offers supports, referrals and advocacy * activities for children * assistance with goal planning and safety planning * year round workshop training and information sessions
 
Police Department - Policing services for residents and visitors
 
TSI'Nu:Yoyantle'Na'Tuhuwatisni - 64-bed long-term care home * residential care for private and basic rooms * 24-hour nursing and personal care * access to a doctor and other health professionals

Fees: Free
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Oneida Citizens and residents of the Oneida Settlement
Languages: English ; Oneida
Area(s) Served:
Oneida of the Thames  
See Also: Advocacy and Social Action for Indigenous Peoples
Government Services - Information

This information was last completely updated on May 23, 2017

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About Us
Oneida on The Thames operates of the Great Law, through spirituality, history, language, culture and traditions in order to retain identity and values.