FTISS health map

The Fraser Thompson Indian Services Society (FTISS) is a not for profit organization administering and delivering health services and cultural programs for the communities of Spuzzum, Boston Bar, Boothroyd and Oregon Jack Creek.
These four communities belong to the Nlaka’pamux Nation Tribal Council.

The goal of the FTISS is to administer and secure access to quality health services for First Nations people of the Fraser Canyon, specifically the communities of Spuzzum First Nations, Boston Bar First Nations, Boothroyd, and Oregon Jack Creek. The FTISS website, sponsored in part by HUB is part of a joint initiative to provide easily accessible health resources to the communities.

FTISS health services and programs are primarily funded by Health Canada/First Nations and Inuit Health (FNIH) by contribution agreement.

Some of the programs administered by the FTISS:

The FTISS Community Engagement Hub, funded by the First Nations Health Council, now called the Interim First Nations Health Authority (iFNHA).

The COHI program is funded by FNIH but administered by Fraser Health and our Family Support Program funding is provided by the BC Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD).