The Homeopathic Action Alliance (HAA) works together, strengthening the community and provides a unified structure to the face of homeopathy.
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.
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.
The HAA meets quarterly and NCH provides a moderator for these meetings.