• From the Tl’etinqox Government web site
    “Tl’etinqox (Anaham) is the largest Tsilhqot’in (The People of The River) community with over one thousand total members. We strive to be a role model as a community but also as a Government who represents its community and people as transparent as possible.”

    From the Yunesit’in web site
    “Yunesit’in is located approximately 105 km West of Williams Lake, 8 km South of Hanceville. The Yunesit’in Caretaker Area stretches as far as the Fraser River to the East, Taseko Lakes (Dasiqox) to the West, Chilcotin River (Tsilhqox) to the North, and Graveyard Valley to the South.

    The culture embraces Tsilhqot’in values and the identity in the land is expressed through central activities including horses and fishing. Yunesit’in Government is the governing and administrative body of the community, which includes a social, health, land, housing departments, a school for kindergarten to grade 8, youth centre and economic development.

    Yunesit’in is on of the six communities that comprise the Tsilhqot’in Nation.”

  • Tl’etinqox-T’in total nation population: 1,000 (self-reported)

    Yunetsin community population: 250 (self-reported)

  • Alexis Creek Health Centre
    2592 Morton Road
    Alexis Creek, BC V0L 1A0
    Phone: 250-394-4313 | Fax: 250-394-5179

    Hours: Friday, 8:30am – 12:00pm and 1:00pm – 4:30pm

    Emergency Hours: 24 hours/day, 7 days/week

    Wheelchair accessible: Yes

    Acquired Brain Injury Services
    Caregiver Support
    Case Management
    Choice in Support for Independent Living
    Community Care Clinic
    Community Nursing Services
    Community Nutrition Services
    Health Services for Community Living
    Home Support
    Social Work Services

    The nearest hospital is located in Williams Lake.

  • Tl’etinquox
    Nursing support
    Mental health (Psychologist)
    NNADAP worker
    Patient Traveller support
    Cultural Worker

    Contact Tl’etinqox Health now

    There is a Home Care Nurse and a Home Care Support Worker in the community.

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