The vision we share in the Healing Arts Alliance is a world where access to any type of healing service is readily available to those who seek it.
The mission of the Healing Arts Alliance (HAA) is to raise awareness and promote availability of various healing options for the improved health of individuals and the well-being of the community.
Our Board of Directors
Executive Director: Arielle Raff
Chair of the Board: Caroline Collins
Vice Chair: Kevin Taylor
Treasurer: Pat Dudley-Gregory
Secretary: Kelli Mercer
Board Members: Craig Thomas
New Board Members (not pictured): Michelle Gamble, Robyn Yant
Board Executives Emeritae (not pictured): Susie Howell, Leslie Hanks
Photo by Kevin Taylor
Our volunteer council members make all the difference in our ability to make a positive impact on our community.
See how you can make an impact by volunteering.
The Healing Arts Alliance councils are brand new and currently under development. They are part of HAA's continuing efforts to improve so we can serve our community as best as we can.
Take an active role in your health and wellness community by applying for one of our new councils!
Visit our Volunteer page to learn more.
Chair: Susie Howell
Board Liaison: Pat Dudley-Gregory
Chair: Leslie Hanks
Board Liaison: Kelli Mercer
Community Outreach Council
Chair: Caroline Collins
Board Liaison: Kevin Taylor
The Healing Arts Alliance (HAA) is a 501 (c)(6) non-profit organization that strives to connect a wide variety of health care providers with clients and our community, through education.
HAA is a network of healthcare practitioners who offer conventional and complementary or alternative services. We share a commitment to a whole person, patient-centered approach to health and wellness.
Through our respective practices, we seek to support each person in making informed health care and lifestyle choices. We offer information for choosing an effective blend of options to enhance and maintain health and recreate balance from diseased states.
We do not endorse any specific method or system. Our member/practitioners are committed to a nonjudgmental collaboration and cooperative relationship which will bring about the greatest benefit to our clients and patients, our organization, and ourselves.
Contributions to the Healing Arts Alliance [a section 501(c)(6) organization] may be deductible as trade or business expenses.
HAA is an educational and professional organization founded in 1999. Each year, we publish a printed Directory of Members and Health Sevices that is distributed free throughout the Big Bend area of North Florida, South Georgia, and beyond. Since we published our first directory in 2001, we have grown to over 100 members.