Payments by Credit Card or PayPal:
There are a variety of ways you can renew your membership and remain a valued member of the OHA family. The quickest and easiest way for you to pay is via our online payment system. Credit Card or PayPal payments can be made by clicking on the “Buy Now” button below.
Payments by Email Transfer:
You can now send us an email money transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org and in separate email please email us the password for the transfer.
PAYMENTS BY CHEQUE OR MONEY ORDER
If you wish to renew your membership by cheque or money order, please make it payable to the Ontario Homeopathic Association and mail it to the following address.
Ontario Homeopathic Association
250 Yonge Street, Suite 2201
Toronto, ON M5B 2L7
When mailing in a payment, please supply your email address and phone number.
MAKE YOUR ONLINE PAYMENT HERE
STUDENT MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL:
FIRST YEAR PROFESSIONAL RENEWAL:
FULL PROFESSIONAL RENEWAL:
OUT OF PROVINCE RENEWAL:
Please note: On completion of the payment process, you will automatically see a renewal registration form for you to complete.
GENERAL INFO & THANKS
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support. Please visit the “Find a Homeopath” section of our OHA website to ensure that your public profile is correct. You may list up to three different clinic locations. Since we use geographic search for the public, extra clinic locations gives you additional public profiles. All additional location information will also be given to the search engines.
Your “Find a Homeopath” public profile is only as good as the information you supply to us. If you find an error or have any information updates to your profile, please contact us by email with the changes and we will enter them on your behalf. Please be aware that it is your responsibility to email us when updates are needed to your profile.
TERMS & FEES (all applicants)
The Membership Committee reserves the right to deny registration.
The Membership Committee in association with the Complaints Committee reserves the right to:
a) deny re-registration, and
b) cancel membership
Annual membership dues must be remitted by August 31st of each year. A member’s file will be considered ‘in arrears’ or ‘dormant’ if dues remain unpaid for 60 days after the due date; members whose files are dormant will not be entitled to any membership benefits. Any dormant file will be reactivated upon payment of a $75 reactivation fee and yearly dues.
A file which is still dormant one year after the due date will be considered ‘lapsed.’ Any person with a lapsed status will have to reapply as a new professional member and submit all relevant documents and fees required.