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Family and children's services

Promotes, strengthens and sustains effective parenting and positive family functioning, and ensures that children are protected from abuse and neglect, and receive the care essential for their well being.

FASD >> Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

Hundreds of Yukon children have been affected by prenatal alcohol exposure. The cost, both in lost potential, and financial, is extremely high.

Family supports for children with disabilities

Family supports for children with disabilities provides support to Yukon families to care for their child with a disability (up to 19 years of age).

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

Hundreds of Yukon children have been affected by prenatal alcohol exposure. The cost, both in lost potential, and financial, is extremely high.

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Prevention

Prevention Services has developed a range of initiatives related to the prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in the Yukon.

Finance Systems & Administration

This Branch provides financial management and analysis, purchasing, accommodation and facilities management and network systems support for all branches of Health and Social Services. Staff also coordinate Access to Information and Protection of Privacy (ATIPP) legislation requests.

Find a doctor in Whitehorse

How to find a doctor in Whitehorse

Flu

Seasonal Influenza is an infection of the lungs and airways caused by a virus. Various strains of influenza virus circulate throughout the world each year. In North America, influenza usually affects people between November and April.

Food Safety: Environmental Health

Environmental Health Officers play a role in the prevention of food borne illnesses and outbreaks by conducting routine and complaint inspections of food premises, education, and enforcement of regulations to ensure food safety.

Forward Together

The Yukon Mental Wellness strategy is a 10-year strategy addressing mental wellness in Yukon, and provides the overall direction for system response and improvement.

Foster care

Fostering is caring for children who cannot live with their families. The goal is for the children to return home when their parents are able to care safely for them.

Funding Programs

The Department of Health and Social Services, directly or in partnership, supports a number of funding programs which assist Yukon residents in a variety of ways.

F - Publications

3. Frequently Asked Questions
3. Frequently Asked Questions [706.10 kb]

FASD Gaps analysis
FASD Gaps analysis [778.19 kb]

FASD Literature review 2013
FASD Literature review 2013 [1516.94 kb]

FASD Prevention Gap Analysis: Yukon Service Inventory and Perspectives
FASD Prevention Gap Analysis: Yukon Service Inventory and Perspectives [986.90 kb]

FASD Prevention service delivery model
FASD Prevention service delivery model [856.28 kb]

FASD Summary of Literature Review 2014
FASD Summary of Literature Review 2014 [441.52 kb]

FASD diagnosis and case management  in adult corrections population 2015
FASD diagnosis and case management in adult corrections population 2015  [7319.87 kb]

Family day home menu declaration
Family day home menu declaration

Family supports for children with disabilities - Overview
Family supports for children with disabilities - Overview [155.37 kb]

Family supports for children with disabilities - Parent referral information
Family supports for children with disabilities - Parent referral information [194.75 kb]

Feeding baby solid foods
Feeding baby solid foods [3082.25 kb]

Food Safety after a fire
Food Safety after a fire [23.04 kb]

Food Safety checklist for the Home
Food Safety checklist for the Home [140.96 kb]

Food Safety for Older Adults
Food Safety for Older Adults [911.80 kb]

Food Safety guideline for Food Banks
Food Safety guideline for Food Banks  [54.42 kb]

Food donation - brochure
Food donation - brochure [431.85 kb]

Food retail and food services code
Food retail and food services code [416.11 kb]

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