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TAHA Directory

The TAHA Directory lists practitioners, services, products and resources that our members make available to the public. This directory is updated every year, and printed copies may be found at select locations in Trinity County.

About TAHA

Our Mission

Trinity Alliance for the Healing Arts is a group of individuals dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in Trinity County through education and the practice of the healing arts. T.A.H.A. is uniting local and visiting healers, communities, and nature to increase the health of our lives and our environment.

Application for the Hawthorn Scholarship

The Hawthorn Scholarship was established in memory of Lillian Godbe, who passed beyond the veil in 2006. This scholarship is awarded annually to an individual chosen by TAHA. The purpose of the Hawthorn Scholarship is for the advancement of the education of an individual in the Healing Arts. All courses and seminars are subject to prior review and approval by the TAHA Scholarship Committee.The Hawthorn Scholarship can only be used for:

Health Freedom Act

Disclosure Sheet

I've attached a simple disclosure sheet that can be used to comply with California Senate Bill #SB577, which specifies that non-licensed alternative health practitioners may legally offer their services to the public. This sheet includes a colorful TAHA banner, and is in Microsoft Word format. In addition, I've also enclosed other information related to that bill, which was passed in 2002, and which gives clients the freedom to choose their health care and gives us the freedom to offer it.

Health Freedom Act Information

The California Health Freedom Act, SB 577, made it possible for unlicensed practitioners to offer their healing expertise to the public without fear of legal reprisal. For more information on this act, including examples of the disclosure documents required for compliance, go to this forum article:

Health Freedom Act

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