Homeopathic Action Alliance

The HAA was conceived in 2002 at the NCH Annual Conference by Jean Hoagland, then NCH Board President . Previously ad-hoc summit meetings of various homeopathic organizations would meet to exchange ideas. Jean Hoagland saw the need for a unified group and organized the group. It would remain a collegial affiliation addressing topics such as: presenting a unified political voice; working with other humanitarian organizations in times of crisis; maintaining an open door policy for communicating within the community and between organizations; encouraging the education and certification of practitioners; supporting cooperation in the health freedom movement and supporting research

The Homeopathic Action Alliance (HAA) works together, strengthening the community and provides a unified structure to the face of homeopathy. Membership is open to any 501c3 organization, in existence for at least 2 years focused on some aspect of homeopathy. The group meets quarterly with a facilitator from the National Center for Homeopathy; three times a year via a Zoom conference call and once a year in person at the JAHC conference.

NCH hosts and provides a moderator for these meetings. HAA Facilitator, Margery Stearns, CCH can be reached via email at margerynch@gmail.com. 

HAA Member Organizations

NATIONAL CENTER FOR HOMEOPATHY

The National Center for Homeopathy (NCH) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting health through homeopathy by advancing the use and practice of homeopathy. NCH provides education and builds awareness while advocating for access to homeopathy. As the host of the annual Joint American Homeopathic Conference, NCH plays an important role in the continuing education of practitioners and introductory education of consumers.  ​LEARN MORE. Primary contact: Denise Straiges denisestraiges@gmail.com.

ACADEMY OF VETERINARY HOMEOPATHY

Founded in 1995, the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy is comprised of veterinarians who share the common desire to restore true health to their patients through the use of homeopathic treatment. Members of the Academy are dedicated to understanding and preserving the principles of Classical Homeopathy. LEARN MORE.

ACCREDITATION COMMISSION FOR HOMEOPATHIC EDUCATION IN NORTH AMERICA

Accreditation Commission for Homeopathic Education in North America (ACHENA), founded in 1982 as the Council on Homeopathic Education (CHE), is an independent accreditation agency that assesses the educational standards of homeopathic schools and programs.  LEARN MORE. Primary contact: Carli Auer president@achena.org

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF HOMEOPATHIC PHARMACISTS

The American Association of Homeopathic Pharmacists (AAHP) has been the voice of the homeopathic industry since 1923. The mission of the AAHP, an alliance of homeopathic manufacturers, pharmacists, and other qualified parties is to serve the homeopathic community. LEARN MORE. Primary contacts: Mark Land  mark.land@boiron.com & Eric Foxman info@aahp.info.

AMERICANS FOR HOMEOPATHY CHOICE

Americans for Homeopathy Choice is a non-partisan, 501c(3)- tax deductible, national nonprofit formed to support the rights of 6 million (and growing) Americans who use homeopathy, protect the practices of homeopaths, naturopaths and others who use homeopathic remedies to treat their clients, and protect the homeopathic pharmacies which manufacture and distribute remedies. We are funded by donations from people who believe in our mission. LEARN MORE. Primary contact: Paola Brown info@homeopathychoice.com.

AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR HOMEOPATHY

Established in 1844, the American Institute of Homeopathy (AIH) is the oldest national medical association in the United States. Our membership is open to licensed physicians (medical, osteopathic, naturopathic and veterinary), dentists, nurse practitioners and physician assistants who have integrated homeopathic medicine into their practice, as well as pharmacologists and pharmacists. LEARN MORE. Primary contact: Alex Bekker alexbekker@alexbekkermd.com.

COUNCIL FOR HOMEOPATHIC CERTIFICATION

Formed in 1991 and incorporated in 1992, the Council for Homeopathic Certification is a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization that certifies individuals who meet and maintain recognized professional standards and ethical competence in classical homeopathy. LEARN MORE. Primary contact: Sheetal Tiwari chcpres@homeopathicdirectory.com.

HOMEOPATHIC ACADEMY OF NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIANS

The Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians (HANP) is a specialty organization within the naturopathic medical profession affiliated with the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP). Our mission is to promote excellence in the practice of homeopathy among naturopathic physicians. LEARN MORE. Primary contact: Lisa Amerine: dramerine@purehomeopathy.com

HOMEOPATHIC NURSES ASSOCIATION

HNA was founded in the early 1980’s by a group of nurses with a vision that nurses are a vital force in homeopathy. Through their ongoing dedication and outreach, HNA has become the leading organization to represent and support nurse homeopaths globally. LEARN MORE. Primary contact: Sue Roe sroe@rgent.org.

HOMEOPATHS WITHOUT BORDERS

Homeopaths Without Borders (HWB) is a non-profit organization advancing the understanding and use of homeopathy by providing care in emergency situations, reaching out to under resourced communities through mobile health clinics, and teaching health professionals how to incorporate homeopathy into their practice. ​LEARN MORE. Primary contact: Holly Manoogian: holly@hwb.org or info@hwb.org.

North American Society of Homeopaths

The North American Society for Homeopaths (NASH) is dedicated to promoting, representing, and serving as the voice of all professional homeopaths in North America. NASH aims to develop and uphold the highest level of excellence in homeopathic practice while enhancing the role of the homeopathic profession as an integral part of health care delivery. LEARN MORE. Primary contacts: Tanya Kell tanya@homeopathytennessee.com & Anna Cox anna4homeopathy@me.com.

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