Children's Oral Health Initiative (COHI)

Program Summary

COHI is a program that strives to improve and maintain the oral health of First Nation’s living on-reserve and Inuit living in Inuit communities at a level comparable to other Canadian living in similar situations. The program delivers and/or manages a broad range of oral health activities including dental disease prevention, promotion of good oral health practices and basic clinical services. Elements include:
• Service Delivery
• Disease Prevention and Health Promotion


Eligible Recipients

First Nations living on-reserve and Inuit living in Inuit communities, children 0-7 years of age, their parents and caregivers and pregnant women.

Contact Information

Mary-Lou Sanderson, Team Lead/Program Manager