Check out our Events Calendar for Programs and Services happening this month!
If you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis, there is help available at AVH and through a province-wide Mental Health Crisis Line.
For information about ECG service at other AVH sites, visit here.
The electronic bundled birth service is now available at Valley Regional Hospital.
Starts June 13, running every Thursday from 10 am – noon at the Louis Millet Recreation Centre in New Minas.
Learn more about provincial and DHA results related to clean hands andClostridium difficile.
Watch this video about emergency care – emergency departments (EDs), paramedics, collaborative emergency centres!
Annapolis Valley Health offers an extensive listing of programs and services to help you be healthy and stay healthy. To learn more, browse or search through our Program & Services listing.
Check out our AVH Events Calendar to find an event in your community.
Visit our tri-district website featuring Changing our Picture of Health a series of videos and tools to help you understand (or facilitate) the social determinants of health.
To locate programs and services in your area please use the following options displayed below.
Annapolis Valley Health is an accredited District Health Authority, meeting the Accreditation Canada standards.
Our most recent audit was October 2011.
The Acute Pain Management Program is for post-surgical patients at Valley Regional Hospital.
A two-day professional workshop on substance abuse and gambling.
This group provides an opportunity to meet with other individuals who have had similar experiences of gambling harm; share information and support, and explore possibilities and pursue goals.
Gambling Awareness and Treatment is designed to offer counselling to both those affected by their own gambling problems, or those of someone they care about.
Listing of open discussion groups on the topic of addiction.
Individual, couple, family and group counselling is available at all of our office locations in the Annapolis Valley.
The Making Changes Structured Treatment Program is available at Soldiers Memorial Hospital in Middleton.
This program is designed to help improve people’s health and lifestyles by assisting them in making changes to their tobacco use.
A three hour workshop that provides clients with an overview of Annapolis Valley Health's Addiction Services programs.
This area of programming works with schools, workplaces, community groups, and governments to help respond to issues related to substance use and gambling.
A five-day residential program for women who have been challenged by alcohol, prescription and/or other drug misuse and problem gambling.
Counselling and health education are offered to teens in middle schools and high schools throughout Kings and Annapolis Counties.
The Opioid Replacement Treatment Program provides care to persons struggling with opioid dependency.
A Women's Services Coordinator works within the district in order to help women in their communities overcome addiction-related problems in their lives.
The ADHD clinic offers assessment, diagnosis, treatment and education for children/youth and their families.
Listing of all AVH Addiction Services with links to a longer description.
The Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) is a national, voluntary, non-profit health organization dedicated to providing programs and services.
Welcome to the Department of Anaesthesia at Valley Regional Hospital.
The AVITA program provides assessment and treatment for young children (pre-school and school age) with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
The Asthma Care Centre is located at the Valley Regional Hospital.