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Addiction and mental health supports, naloxone program and supervised consumption services.
Tools such as a personal directive, an enduring power of attorney or a will can help plan for your future and ensure your wishes are known.
Information about the flu, Lyme disease and West Nile, surveillance, immunization schedule, newborn metabolic screening, disease prevention.
Programs and services for patients who require palliative care, end-of-life care, or medical assistance in dying.
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Guidelines, tools and other resources for leading a healthy, active life.
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