FHCiA is a Private Membership Association (“PMA”) based on individual rights of self-determination and privacy, afforded, secured, and protected by the United States Constitution, 1787, and operates with all protections of the sovereign beings as afforded by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), 1948; The European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), 1953; the Canadian Charter of Rights (CCR), 1982; and the UK Human Rights Act 1998.

Our mission

Our mission is to ensure unfettered access to, and expansion of, homeoprophylaxis (HPx), homeo-detox (HDx), homeopathy, and homeopathic protocols through a PMA. We strive to provide education, resources, and freedom of our Homeoprophylaxis Practitioners (HPx Practitioner(s) to practice, such that they may work unhindered in their offering of HPx, HDx, and homeopathy.

primary work of FHCiA

  • Focus on serving FHCiA HPx Practitioner Members and FHCi Patron Members to receive unfettered access to HPx and HDx, to protect and improve the health of communities, families, and children.
  • Privacy and data collection for short- and long-term health outcomes for HPx as a new public health model.
  • Access to the latest epidemiological knowledge through internal communication channels for clinical supervision and providing treatment and prevention protocols for our HPx Practitioner community.
  • Secure patron access to HPx protocols, HDx, and Homeopathic protocols.

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Secondary work of FHCiA

Secondary work includes, but is not limited to grassroots, political, and economic efforts to ensure the protection of the work and focus on building a healthy community within the homeopathic profession and around the work of HPx and homeopathy.