Who We Are
The Ontario Homeopathic Association (OHA) was founded in 1992 to re-establish Homeopathy as a recognized health care system in Ontario, and to form a united and regulated body of qualified practitioners who provide safe, effective and professional homeopathic healthcare to the public.
The OHA provides referrals to Homeopaths predominantly in Ontario, and is dedicated to providing to the general public and other health care practitioners, current and relevant information and discussions regarding the benefits of homeopathic medicine.
In 1859, Homeopathy was the first system of medicine to be regulated in Ontario, and remained regulated until 1970. The OHA played an instrumental role in commencing the re-regulation of homeopathy in Ontario as we wanted to emphasize the high standards of practice and education by which our members were governed. These high standards help to ensure that the public of Ontario receives the highest level of homeopathic care.
All Homeopaths registered with the OHA have had years of training in medical sciences and homeopathy.
The public can confidently seek safe and effective homeopathic healthcare from Homeopaths registered with the Ontario Homeopathic Association.
More About Us
- The OHA is a Not-For-Profit organization.
- The OHA has a large and growing membership of professionals and students.
- The OHA continues to be a driving force uniting homeopaths, seeking insurance coverage and promotion of the profession.
Further, the OHA provides:
- Practitioner referral service – A complete on-line presence with full listing of practicing members and their business contact information.
- Promotional and business resources (such as standardized receipts, intake forms).
- A professional support network.
- An office open to members with a friendly administrator available to answer all questions.
- Availability of malpractice insurance coverage for members.
To promote the science, art and philosophy of Homeopathy for the benefit of the public and for public health. To educate physicians, other health care practitioners and the public concerning the benefits derived from Homeopathy. To unite, for their mutual interest, Homeopaths in the Province of Ontario. To foster and encourage professional, social and educational activities among the members. To do all such lawful things as may be deemed to be conducive to the attainment of the foregoing objects or any of them.