|The Chee Mamuk Program provides culturally appropriate on-site community based HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infection education and training to Aboriginal communities, organizations, and professionals within BC.
||The TB Services for Aboriginal Communities (TBSAC) program offers community based TB screening & education support, and culturally-appropriate educational resources and workshops. Consultative services and education to physicians, nurses and community lay workers providing health care services for First Nations communities in British Columbia is also provided on and off-site. The program is delivered in partnership between BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) and First Nations & Inuit Health (FNIH).
||A guide based on practice and research to assist communities in planning HIV/AIDS education programs. This resource features summaries of successful projects conducted both locally and around the world.|