The Goals of the U.S. Health Freedom Congress

  • to strengthen the voice of the health freedom movement and broaden its scope. We believe that if leaders and organizations working on health freedom issues work more closely together, the health freedom movement will grow stronger.  Our goal is for the people of the world to have the freedom to be healthy and well, and for them to understand always that health and freedom are deeply intertwined and you cannot have one without the other.

  • to bring leaders of health freedom organizations together in person.

  • to appreciate our deep commitment to health and freedom and those who devote their resources to protecting health and freedom.

  • to meet with and explore collaboration with other organizations and leaders.  

  • to provide a protected communication forum with small and large group discussion sessions giving leaders the opportunity to get to know each other and establish trusting relationships with each other, and define top priority topics in the health freedom movement, and come up with ideas for collaboration or focus.  

  • to invite trusted organizations to be Voting Members, giving them the opportunity to vote on group resolutions, and to sit in a round formal circle with each other for a few hours each year to make comments to each other.

  • to experience the colleageality and the celebration of accomplishments during an Awards Banquet with keynote.

  • to promote the mission of the National Health Freedom Coalition “to promote access to all health care information, services, treatments and products that the people deem beneficial for their own health and survival; to promote an understanding of the laws and factors impacting the right to access; and to promote the health of the people of this nation.”

  • to raise enough money to host the Congress and keep the tuition cost reasonable. 

  • to have the Congress become annually sponsored and possibly to have its own entity administered by Health Freedom Congress Voting Members themselves and to use the Congress to continually strengthen the health freedom movement.