Information about health services in Chilliwack

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In Chilliwack, Fraser Health provides its services within the traditional, ancestral and unceded lands of the Stó:lō (staw-low) people, particularly the Aitchelitz [a-che-leetz], Xwchíyò:m (Cheam) [chee-am], Kwaw-kwaw-a-pilt [kwa-kwa-plit], Shxwhá:y [shwhy], Skwah [skwah], Squiala [skwai-all-a], Soowahlie [soo-wall-e], Skowkale [skow-cale], Tzeachten [chee-ack-ten], and Yakweakwioose [ya-kweek-we-oos] First Nations.

Fraser Health is responsible for providing quality health care services to the people of Chilliwack. This includes long term care and assisted living, public health, home health, end of life care, mental health and substance use support, along with specialized programs for children, women and Indigenous people. We provide care across Chilliwack in our hospital, long term care and mental health and substance use programs.