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Wuikinuxv Health Station Staff Contact Information

Health Director 
Cerelina Willie 
Telephone extension:

Community Health Representative Schedule 

Community Health Representative (CHR)
March 31 2024 to April 14  2024 is:
Jeremy Hansen 
Telephone extension:  302
Direct line: 
250 949 5334

VHF channel 12 for emergencies 

Community Health Representative (CHR)

Health Resources

Port McNeill Medical Clinic: (250)-956-3377

Dr. Armogam

May trips into Wuikinuxv: May 2024 

811: Calling 811 will connect you with a Registered Nurse

24 hours a day 7 days a week. They can answer questions or

concerns, as well as refer you on to appropriate resources.


Doctor of the Day: Calling 1-(855)-344-3800 will connect

you with a medical office assistant who will assist in booking

you a physician appointment either via phone or video call.

I am Cerelina Willie, daughter of "late" William (Dickie) &  Elizabeth (Betty) Humchitt (nee Thompson).  I was born and raised in Bella Bella and moved to Katit (Wuikinuxv Village) in September 2012. I am blessed to have been involved in both of my parents' home communities.

My husband is Stephen Willie and our boys are Kaelan Moon, Alec Willie (lil Willie), Hema Willie and Xanius Willie.  I have 20+ years experience in Administration, I learned from my co-workers, peers, supervisors, Directors and through trial and error.  I have a certificate in business management and education in Aboriginal Leadership.  I continue to grow and learn by reading health related documents and participating in the Health Caucus where I advocate for you. 
I have big love for my People and Community, you all mean the world to me and it is my pleasure to support everyone through the Wuikinuxv Health Department.  I also look forward to continuing my support of the community, children, youth, adults and elders by on-going community engagement and offering programs and services as requested and needed.
My passion for health has grown so much over the years and my love for the People encourages me to support everyone from a client based approach.  Wuikinuxv Health will host community engagement, community meetings and always welcome input.  

We want to host programs and activities that the People want to receive.  We will accept your input and build a Wuikinuxv Health Plan, detailed budget and annual workplan. 
I'd like to thank everyone for a warm welcome back to the community, it's wonderful to be home, and let the work begin!

Health Program Coordinator 
Jennifer Anastacia
Telephone extension:    301


 We're on a mission to nurture and support the promising young members of our community, and we need your help! Wuikinuxv Health is searching for a dedicated Youth Program Coordinator to join our team.

Why Should You Apply?

 Empower Our Youth: The youth are the future leaders and change-makers of Wiukinuxv, and they need champions like you to guide them toward a future filled with hope and opportunity.

 Build Lasting Bonds: Together, we'll create a nurturing environment where our youth feel valued, supported, and empowered to chase their dreams.

 Your Unique Touch: Bring your passion, creativity, and heart to the table as we collaborate to design programs and activities that honor our youth and celebrate Wuikinuxv's rich culture.

 Light the Way Forward: As a mentor, you'll play a pivotal role in helping them discover their strengths and unleash their full potential.

Deadline for Applications: Open until position is filled.

The youth in Wuikinuxv are counting on you to be their trusted advocate!

Please see job posting below for more details on the role and how to apply.

Job Position: Youth Program Coordinator

Type: Full-Time (1-year contract)

Pay: $25/hr

Reports To: Health Director

Location: Wuikinuxv Health Centre

Deadline: Until position filled

Position Summary:

As the Youth Program Coordinator in Wuikinuxv, your role is vital in guiding and supporting our youth aged 12-18 for a better future. You'll directly engage with them, providing guidance and resources to help them grow personally, socially, educationally, and culturally. Your main tasks include planning and running programs tailored to our community's needs, and creating a safe and inclusive environment for our youth.


· Plan and lead workshops for youth, focusing on their interests and community needs.

· Connect youth with resources in Wuikinuxv to support their development.

· Address issues related to alcohol and drugs among youth, guiding them to appropriate support.

· Provide culturally relevant information for both girls and boys groups.

· Mentor youth to build resilience and positive outcomes.

· Utilize traditional drumming, singing, and cultural awareness to connect with our community.

· Advocate for youth needs in our community.

· Encourage youth to attend events and make them enjoyable.

· Engage with youth, seeking their input on activities and events.

· Attend cultural events led by the Cultural Coordinator.

· Refer youth to appropriate support services.

· Coordinate various youth activities efficiently.

Skills and Abilities:

· Effective communication skills, both verbal and written.

· Basic computer proficiency.

· Strong teamwork and supervisory abilities.

· Record-keeping proficiency.

· Ability to plan and lead workshops and meetings for youth.

· Encouragement and facilitation of youth participation in programs.

· Assistance in accessing educational, employment, social, and recreational opportunities for youth.


· Organize community recreational and cultural activities.

· Conduct information workshops based on community needs.

· Lead youth gatherings and cultural crafts sessions.

· Plan traditional sharing circles, fundraising events, field trips, and monthly activities.

· Teach basic life skills.

· Encourage youth participation in summer programs.

Administrative Duties:

· Attend community meetings related to youth.

· Document important information.

· Plan and schedule youth activities, gatherings, and fundraising events.


  • Interest in working with youth, focusing on leadership, mentorship, and creating new activities and plans for youth.

  • A driver’s license is required, or working towards one.

How to Apply:

All interested applicants can submit their cover letter and resume to Cerelina Willie: with the title “Youth Program Coordinator – Your Name” in the subject line.

There are cases of COVID in the community

Households are taking every precaution - here is some information on how to manage symptoms

Managing your symptoms

Most people can safely manage their symptoms at home. This includes drinking lots of water and fluids, resting, and using a humidifier or hot shower to ease a cough or sore throat.

If you have a fever, you can use non-prescription medicine like acetaminophen (Tylenol ®) or ibuprofen (Advil ®) to help with some of the symptoms of COVID-19.

You can call 8-1-1 anytime to talk to a nurse at HealthLink BC. This service is available in 130 languages. If your symptoms worsen, or if they do not improve after five or six days, call 8-1-1, your family doctor or go to an Urgent and Primary Care Centre (UPCC).

Go to an emergency department or call 911 if you:

  • find it hard to breathe

  • have chest pain

  • can’t drink anything

  • feel very sick

  • feel confused


Self-isolation means staying home and avoiding situations where you are in contact with others. It is an important measure used to stop the spread of illness. If you have COVID-19, you can manage your illness similar to how you manage other respiratory infections like influenza (flu). Stay home if you feel sick and take prevention measures to limit the spread of infection. There are a number of reasons why you should or may be required to self-isolate. For more information about self-isolation:

  • BC Centre for Disease Control: Self-Isolation and Self-Monitoring

  • Government of Canada: COVID-19 - Prevention and risks


Self-monitoring means paying close attention to how you feel. Everyone should routinely monitor for symptoms of COVID-19. Record your temperature if you feel chills or feverish. You may also need to help children or close contacts who are older or chronically ill to self-monitor.

Learn more about who needs to self-monitor at BC Centre for Disease Control: Self-Isolation and Self-Monitoring.

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