We need your help. You want homeopathy to be a legal and available choice for your children. If we’re going to save homeopathy, we need to act now. What better way to act than going directly to Congress?
We are in one of the most critical times in history to advocate for the legal freedom of homeopathy. There’s no better way to protect and support homeopathy than speaking directly with the members of the United States congress on Capitol Hill. Join us as we fly in to Washington, DC and speak directly to our nation’s key decision-makers. Your voice could change history!
Pulling off an event like this takes a lot of funding! Your support of Homeopathy on the Hill exposes you to the most dedicated advocates for homeopathy from across the country. It also helps to advance our common goal of safeguarding the freedom to choose homeopathy for all Americans. If you know someone who may be interested in sponsoring the event, you can click below, then share the link with them!
“Thank you everyone for working so hard in DC. I don’t know about y’all, but I had the time of my life! I had no idea it would be so fun to talk to politicians about something I’m so passionate about! Talk about life changing! I learned a lot about myself for sure. Homeopathy for the win!”
“I just finished my meeting with Representative Stauber and he said he is interested in seeing the legislation and learning more about it. He was very nice. I am very hopeful that we have found an ally!”
“Thank you EVERYONE that made this happen! You are amazing! You’re hard work paid off and you made this such a great experience. I feel empowered. I did SO many things I have never done before and never thought I’d do! #wecandohardthings and I know we are making a difference.”
Early Arrivals – Visit Hahnemann Monument & Tour Sally Fallon’s Farm
5:00 – 6:30 PM | Dinner on your own (Walking distance from several great restaurants)
7:00 – 8:30 PM | Training & Congressional Meeting Prep
6:45 AM | First Buses Leave for Capitol Hill
TBA | Second morning bus leaves for Capitol
We encourage you to register for JAHC through the National Center for Homeopathy! – More details will be provided soon! Attendees to Homeopathy on the Hill get a special discount at registration.
We encourage you to register for JAHC through the National Center for Homeopathy. Attendees to Homeopathy on the Hill get a special discount at registration.
Americans for Homeopathy Choice has continued its broader legislative strategy to Congress. Our grassroots Homeopathy Action Team (HAT) has worked hard to maintain and develop relationships with staffers at the local district/state locations, and now we want to make a big push at the national Washington D.C. Offices. We need to get as much support as possible to protect and empower homeopathy. At our last fly-in event in 2019, we were able to identify new offices who are supportive of homeopathy choice while also forging stronger relationships with previous supporteres. That is why we need you to register for the event (either Help from Home or Come to DC), and follow the instructions in the Connecting with Congressional Staff handbook to maximize our success at getting staffers to attend the event. This handbook will be emailed to you after you register.
DC is a wonderful place for families and children, and if you are bringing your family, we have provided resources on this page to help you plan a great experience for them. As far as the Homeopathy on the Hill Event goes, the following three activities may be appropriate for your family members:
Address to monument: 1300 Corregidor St NW, Washington, DC 20005, United States
*Be sure to take time and review the details of these three activities on our itinerary. We encourage you to determine if your children would be a good fit for these activities. For example, some younger children may find the tours to be too long, and the evening Museum Event may be too late for some kids. But if you feel it’s a good fit, by all means include your family!
Unfortunately, the following activities are not well-suited for children and families:
We sincerely hope you understand that we are not able to accommodate families at this training. We need to make sure that everyone who needs training gets it.
This is correct. Each ticket helps cover visits to historical landmarks, farms, keynote speakers, transportation around the city and more. We attempt to make each ticket as affordable as possible, though any additional funds help to make the full event possible. Thank you for being willing to donate! Any amount you give will be greatly appreciated. Click here to donate more to this event.
There are 3 airports in DC, and we recommend checking prices for each:
Best option: National (DCA) is the nearest one to DC and has a metro station attached to it. 2nd best option: Washington Dulles (IAD) about 26 miles from DC. 3rd option: The Baltimore Airport (BWI) is 31 miles to DC. Where can I stay?
Because hotels and lodging is so expensive in DC, many of our attendees are opting to stay with local friends (or friends of friends) or to find an Air BnB.
If you would like us to connect you to other women/moms who are booking and grouping themselves together in Air Bn’Bs please fill out the form available on the following link. Sharing an Air Bn’B room with others generally costs approximately $25-$50 a night. Please register for the event first before asking us to connect you to a lodging group. After registering, head to Lodging in DC.
Note: When it comes to registration, there are various optional activities such as DC tours, but the critical dates/activities are: (1) Monday night training dinner on April 8 & Tuesday Congressional Luncheon in April 9= $42* and (2) Tuesday night Magic Pills Screening on April 9= $35*
*Ticket Prices go up after Feb. 25
Generally, the closer in you are to the White House and the National Mall, the safer the area is. Very generally, areas that have an “SE” suffix after them aren’t as safe as areas with an “NW” suffix. Absolutely avoid any “SE” area south of the Anacostia River. Some of Capitol Hill has an “SE” suffix, though, and it is quite nice; those areas are within 5 blocks or so of the US Capitol. Areas with an “NE” suffix can be nice, provided you are not more than 3-4 miles north of the National Mall. Much of areas with an “NW” suffix are good, but if you go too far north they can become less nice, too. This advice is conservative and some may think it is too cautious, but we want you to enjoy your time in Washington, DC. Please ask us if you have any questions before booking a place to stay.
If you prefer to stay at a hotel, we recommend the following accommodations which are nearest to our two major events: The Congressional Briefing a lunch on April 9th and the Magic Pills Screening on that same evening.
Lodging near the Rayburn House Office Building:
Capitol Hill Hotel -200 C St SE, Washington, DC 20003 https://www.capitolhillhotel-dc.com Courtyard by Marriott Washington Capitol Hill/Navy Yard – 140 L St SE, Washington, DC 20003 https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wasny-courtyard-washington-capitol-hill-navy-yard/ Capitol Hill Bed and Breakfast – 101 5th Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20002 https://www.foundhotels.com/found-places-capitol-hill-bed-and-breakfast Lodging near the AFI Silver Theatre:
*Note: Because this location is not in the center of DC and in near Silver Spring, Maryland, hotel price may be cheaper here.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Washington DC – Silver Spring -8727 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, Maryland, 20910 https://doubletree3.hilton.com/en/hotels/maryland/doubletree-by-hilton-hotel-washington-dc-silver-spring-DCASSDT/index.html Hampton Inn Silver Spring – 8728-A Colesville Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20910 https://hamptoninn3.hilton.com/en/hotels/maryland/hampton-inn-silver-spring-WASSSHX/index.html Why didn’t you schedule a block of hotel rooms?
Unfortunately, Samuel Hahnemann was born during cherry blossom season and this has complicated the event (let’s hope the flowers are blooming so you will at least get that benefit!) Hotels have very strict rules during cherry blossom season. If we blocked out a set of rooms, and didn’t fill those rooms, we would have had to pay a penalty fee that we could not afford. Also, our research showed that many of our attendees would be staying with friend or friends of friends, or that they would schedule an AirBnB. For this reason we did not schedule a block of rooms. But, if you do want to stay in a hotel, we did do a lot of research and found you excellent hotels that are centrally located to our events.
Wear professional clothing. For men this will be a coat, tie, formal slacks and dress shoes. For women this will be dress pants or a skirt, blouse or jacket, and low-key jewelry (if you decide to wear any). It is VERY IMPORTANT to adhere to this dress code. Because the Smithsonian Event takes place immediately following our day on the hill, there’s no need to change attire for the closing ceremonies.