Bulterys House 

 Accommodation for people seeking medical treatment in Dawson Creek.
The Bulterys House is a 6-bedroom, 5-bathroom, wheelchair accessible home, with a shared kitchen and eating area that accommodates short or long term stays. To apply simply fill out their application form.

Northern Health Connections

Northern Health Connections LogoThe Northern Health Connections program is a low-cost travel option for patients travelling to see a specialist or receive health care services not available in their home community. Book a trip on the Northern Health Connections bus.

NRRM Satellite Phone Reimbursement Program

Northern Rockies Regional Municipality LogoThe Northern Rockies Regional Municipality offers a reimbursement program for those travelling for maternity birth services. Families can apply for a reimbursement of up to $100 to rent a satellite phone to for travelling to deliver outside of Fort Nelson. Email us for more information or to apply!

Fort Nelson Elk's Fund

Elks of Canada LogoThe Fort Nelson Elks' Lodge Fund for Children's Medical Assistance provides funds to purchase pediatric medical equipment, supplies, services or medical travel for children birth to 19 years of age, who have an identified medical or developmental concern. Funds are intended for low income families in the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality who are not able to afford the financial cost of such equipment or services themselves. 

Elks and Royal Purple Fund for Children provides funds for pediatric medical equipment or services for children under 19 years of age.  Contact the Fort Nelson Elks Lodge #400, 250.774.6415.

Variety the Children's Charity

Variety Children's Charity LogoVariety- the Children's Charity provides direct help to children with special needs in BC. Providing support to individuals and organizations, Variety offers a wide spectrum of assistance. Variety Grants

Province of BC Travel Assistance Program (TAP)

Government of BC LogoThe Travel Assistance Program (TAP) helps alleviate some of the transportation costs for eligible BC residents who must travel for non-emergency specialist services not available in their home community. TAP is coordinated by the Ministry of Health and the transportation partners who agree to waive or discount their regular fees.

Hope Air

Hope Air LogoHope Air is a national charity that provides free air travel, hotel accommodation, ground transportation and meal subsidies, for patients and escorts in financial need, travelling to access medical care. For eligibility and application support, please call 1-877-346-4673 or visit our webpage Hope Air.

Shriner's Care for Kids

Shriner's LogoShriners Hospitals for Children provides services for children in BC and Yukon requiring specialized procedures including transportation, accommodation, and associated medical treatment. Physician's referrals are not necessary as cases are reviewed by Shriners Hospitals' doctors to determine the best course of treatment. Appointments are prioritized based on medical need. Call 1-800-661-KIDS or email info@bcshriners.com for more information on Shriners transportation system.

Treaty 8 Tribal Association (T8TA) Medical Transportation

Treaty 8 Tribal Association LogoThe T8TA provides medical transportation benefits to support all registered Off-Reserve First Nations clients living in the Northeast region to access health services not available in their community of residence, including within the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality. First Nations clients living On-Reserve can access the same benefits through their band office. Contact Gladys Lawrence, T8TA Medical Transportation Clerk at glawrence@treaty8.bc.ca or phone250.785.0612 extension 228.

For other, non-insured health care benefits, First Nations members can contact the Non-insured Health Benefits Regional office at 1.800.317.7878.