Funding Arrangements


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​​​​Reporting Requ​​irement Guide

For complete reporting requirements for communities, please see the FNHA Reporting Requirements Guide. The guide covers the following main topics:

  • General Reporting Requirements (including Block and Flexible Agreements)
  • Financial Reporting Accountabilities
  • Annual Narrative Report (previously Community Based Reporting Template)
  • Program-Activity Reporting Requirements

Please send all FNHA Contribution Agreement Reports to: FNHA.Reports@fnha.ca

Resou​rces

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q? The new agreements don't refer to Health Canada/First Nation Inuit Health Branch (FNIHB).

  • Now that novation has been completed, all references to Health Canada/FNIHB have been removed from the new Health Funding Agreements.

Q? Are we still required to complete the Community Based Reporting template (CBRT)?

  • FNHA has made some incremental improvements to update the CBRT to make it more user-friendly and it remains as the primary annual program reporting requirement FNHA will distribute the template and updated Guide to communities in April to support them in completing their 2015/16 reporting.

Q? What are the changes to reporting?

  • Previous reporting schedules that used to be attached to each Health Funding Agreement have been rolled into the FNHA Reporting Requirements Guide. The annual reporting date for ALL agreement types is now July 29.

Q? Why is there only one year's cash flow in the agreement?

  • As an interim step to shortening and simplifying the agreements, current year cash flows are provided to provide an accurate financial picture at that moment in time. Each time an amendment is done throughout the year, a new cash flow will be provided. Schedule 2 (Program Funding) will continue to show program budgets for the duration of your agreement. 

Q? Can we now Fax or email the signed agreements instead of mailing them?

  • Yes. The new agreements include the flexibility for agreements to be via fax or email in a PDF format.

Q? Where do I send my reports to?

  • FNHA has a reports inbox that is monitored and reports are then logged. Communities are asked to send their reports to this email address to ensure the reports are captured and not left in any staff's email: fnha.reports@fnha.ca.

Q? Who do I talk to if I want further information on the health funding arrangement renewal?

  • ​Please feel free to contact your Funding Arrangements Advisor (see Community Contacts) if you have any questions or need further clarification on your health funding agreement.

Commu​​nity Contacts

Aboriginal Head Start On Reser​ve (AHSO​R) Standalone Agreements

Indian Reside​ntial Schools Stan​​dalone Agreements

Treatment C​entre Agree​ments

Reg​​​ions

FNHA acknowledges community working relationships and collaborations across regional jurisdictions and partnerships. 

  • Communities and organizations marked with a single asterisk (*) are engaged in or maintaining accreditation of services
  • Communities and organizations marked with a double asterisk (**) have stand-alone health funding arrangements
  • Communities and organizations marked with a number one (1) have a transitional or flexible funding arrangement
  • Communities and organizations marked with a number two (2) have SET funding arrangement
  • Communities and organizations marked with a number three (2) have a block funding arrangement

Communities and organizations are listed by region:

  • Fraser
  • Interior
  • North (northeast)
  • North (northwest)
  • Vancouver Coastal
  • Vancouver Island

Fr​​aser

Contact: Dawn Lee (dawn.lee@fnha.ca)

  • Cheam Indian Band (1)
  • Fraser Thompson Indian Services Society (1)
  • Katzie First Nation (1)
  • Kwantlen First Nation (1)
  • Kwikwetlem First Nation (1)
  • Peters First Nation (1)
  • Seabird Island Band* (3)
  • Semiahmoo First Nation (2)
  • Skwah First Nation (1)
  • Soowahlie Indian Band (1)
  • Sto:Lo Nation (3)
  • Sts'ailes Indian Band* (3)
  • Tsawwassen Band
  • Yale First Nation (1)

Inte​rior

Contact: Billie-Jean Metz (billiejean.metz@fnha.ca)

  • ?Akisq/nuk First Nation** (2)
  • ?Esdilagh First Nation (1)
  • Adams Lake Indian Band* (3)
  • Alexis Creek First Nation (1)
  • Ashcroft Indian Band (1)
  • Bonaparte Indian Band (1)
  • Bridge River Band (2)
  • Canim Lake Band (3)
  • Cayoose Creek Band (2)
  • Esk'etemc First Nation (3)
  • Heskw'en'scutxe Health Services Society (3)
  • Kanaka Bar Indian Band (2)
  • Ktunaxa Nation Council Society (3)
  • Lhoosk'uz Dene Government (1)
  • Lhtako Dene Nation (1)
  • Lillooet Tribal Council (2)
  • Little Shuswap Indian Band (3)
  • Lower Kootenay Band** (2)
  • Lower Nicola Indian Band (3)
  • Lower Similkameen Band (3)
  • Lytton First Nation (1)
  • Neskonlith Indian Band
  • Okanagan Indian Band (1)
  • Osoyoos Indian Band (1)
  • Penticton Indian Band (1)
  • Q'Wemtsi'n Health Society (3)
  • Scw'exmx Community Health Services Society* (3)
  • Seton Lake Band (1)
  • Shuswap Band (3)
  • Simpcw First Nation* (3)
  • Skeesht Health Society (1)
  • Skeetchestn Indian Band (2)
  • Skuppah First Nation (1)
  • Splatsin First Nation (3)
  • Three Corners Health Services Society* (3)
  • T'it'q'et Administration (1)
  • Tl'etinqox-t'in Government (1)
  • Tobacco Plains Band** (2)
  • Toosey Indian Band (1)
  • Ts'ilhqot'in National Government (2)
  • Ts'kw'aylaxw First Nation (2)
  • Ulkatcho Indian Band (1)
  • Upper Nicola Band* (3)
  • Upper Similkameen Band (1)
  • Westbank First Nation
  • Xaxli'p Band (1)
  • Xeni Gwet'in First Nation Government (3)
  • Yunesit'in Government (1)
  • ʔaq'am First Nation**

North (nort​heast)

Contact: Dawn Lee (dawn.lee@fnha.ca)

  • Blueberry River First Nations (1)
  • Doig River First Nation (2)
  • Fort Nelson First Nation (1)
  • Halfway River First Nation (2)
  • Kwadacha Indian Band (1)
  • McLeod Lake Indian Band (1)
  • Prophet River First Nation (1)
  • Saulteau First Nation (1)
  • Treaty 8 Tribal Association (2)
  • Tsay Keh Dene Nation (1)
  • West Moberly First Nation (1)

North (northwest)

Contact: Michael Rupisan (michael.rupisan@fnha.ca)

  • Carrier Sekani Family Services* (3)
  • Dease River First Nation (2)
  • Gitanmaax Band (2)
  • Gitanyow Human Services (1)
  • Gitga'at First Nation
  • Gitsegukla Indian Band
  • Gitwangak Band
  • Gitxaala Nation
  • Gitxsan Health Society* (3)
  • Hagwilget Village Council (3)
  • Haisla Nation (3)
  • Iskut First Nation (3)
  • Kitselas Band Council
  • Kitsumkalum Indian Band (3)
  • Lake Babine Nation* (3)
  • Lax Kw'alaams Indian Band (3)
  • Lheidli T'enneh Band (2)
  • Liard First Nation (2)
  • Metlakatla First Nation (3)
  • Moricetown Band Council (3)
  • Nak'azdli Indian Band* (3)
  • Nazko First Nation (3)
  • Old Massett Village Council* (3)
  • Prince Rupert Aboriginal Community Services Society (3)
  • Skidegate First Nation (3)
  • Tahltan Band Council (1)
  • Taku River Tlingit First Nations (1)
  • Tl'azt'en Nation (1)

Vancouver Coastal

Contact: Lana Leon (lana.leon@fnha.ca)

  • Douglas First Nation** (2)
  • Heiltsuk Indian Band* (3)
  • Kitasoo Band Council (1)
  • Mount Currie Band (3)
  • Musqueam Indian Band (3)
  • N'Quata Qua First Nation** (Anderson Lk) (2)
  • Nuxalk Nation (1)
  • Oweekeno Band (1)
  • Samahquam First Nation** (2)
  • Sechelt First Nation
  • Southern Stl'atl'lmx Health Society (3)
  • Squamish First Nation (3)
  • Tla'amin First Nation* (3)
  • Tsleil-Waututh Nation (1)

Vancouv​er Island

Contact: Michael Rupisan (michael.rupisan@fnha.ca)

  • Campbell River Band** (3)
  • Cape Mudge Band** (3)
  • Cowichan Indian Band* (3)
  • Gwa'Sala-'Nakwaxda'Xw Nation (1)
  • Homalco First Nation** (2)
  • H'ulh-etun Health Society* (3)
  • Inter-Tribal Health Authority* (3)
  • Ka:'yu:'k't'h'/Che:k:ties7et'h' First Nation ( Kyuquot)** (2)
  • Klahoose First Nation (1)
  • Kwakiutl District Council Society* (3)
  • Kwakiutl First Nation (1)
  • Namgis First Nation* (3)
  • Nuu Chah Nulth Tribal Council (3)
  • Pacheedaht First Nation (1)
  • Pauquachin First Nation (1)
  • Penelakut Tribe** (3)
  • Qualicum First Nation (1)
  • Quatsino First Nation (1)
  • Snuneymuxw First Nation* (3)
  • Songhees First Nation (1)
  • Stz'uminus First Nation* (1)
  • Tlatlasikwala First Nation (2)
  • Tsartlip First Nation (1)
  • Tsawout First Nation* (3)

Funding A​rrangements Advisory Team

The Funding Arrangements Adviory Team is part of Community Health and Wellness Services. We work with community health directors and health leads to:

  • support funding arrangement management
  • provide support and coordination for community health planning
  • liaise with FNHA program specialists
  • initiate accreditation efforts to improve the quality and safety of community-based health services

 Contact Us

​FNHA Funding Arrangements Advisory Team

Mailing Address

540 – 757 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC
V6C 3E6

Contacts

Diana Clarke, Director
Phone: 604-693-6812
Mobile: 778-877-7353
Email: diana.clarke@fnha.ca

Michael Rupisan
Phone:604-693-6767
Mobile: 604-908-4802
Email: michael.rupisan@fnha.ca

Billie-Jean Metz
Phone: 604-865-0249
Email: billiejean.metz@fnha.ca

Lana Leon
Phone:604-693-6712
Mobile: 604-220-3016
Email: lana.leon@fnha.ca

Dawn Lee
Phone:604-693-6736
Mobile: 778-828-3490
Email: dawn.lee@fnha.ca 

Parm Poonia
Phone:604-693-6748
Mobile: 604-209-9229
Email: parm.poonia@fnha.ca

Community Based Health and Treatment Services Accreditation

Parm Poonia
Phone:604-693-6748
Mobile: 604-209-9229
Email: parm.poonia@fnha.ca

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