PHA June 2024 Update

The new website launched on our second birthday, and we’ve received fantastic feedback. Our goal was to make it easier for people to find what they need, whether it’s health information through articles and webinars, resources for setting up a local health hub, or searching our directories for practitioners and community groups by region. If you haven’t checked it out yet, take a look at what our fantastic web team has created here, and as always, we welcome your feedback.

We’re especially excited to expand our community group directory, as collaboration is a key part of our ethos. Do you know of any amazing community initiatives we can connect with? The directory provides a chance to share resources, skills, and ideas, creating an interconnected network of like-minded groups and individuals with a shared desire to build thriving, self-sufficient communities, for The People, by The People!

My Medical Choice

We’ve also relaunched our partnership with My Medical Choice, making it easier for people to ensure their medical needs are respected in an emergency. This service offers extensive medical support, legal protection against ALL unwanted treatments, and a comprehensive Medical Alert System. With the blood scandal from the ’70s making headlines again, we believe this offers peace of mind for everyone navigating the current medical system! Get £2.50 off the annual subscription (usually £30) with the code MMCPHA.

We need Volunteers!

We’re always on the lookout for extra help in various areas. Right now, we’re seeking an experienced web developer to support our partnership with My Medical Choice for a few hours a week.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Develop and maintain web applications using Laravel.
  • Enhance user interfaces with responsive design via Tailwind CSS.
  • Collaborate using Git for version control.
  • Understand integrated payment solutions such as Stripe.

Skills Required:

  • Proficiency in Laravel, Tailwind CSS, Git, JavaScript, and Stripe.
  • Passion for community health and ethical tech development.
  • Excellent communication skills for effective virtual collaboration.

If you’re interested in finding out more, please email

We are also keen to get some YouTube support, helping to expand our reach and creating some short clips to share across our social media platforms. If this sounds of interest and you have some experience with YouTube, please email to organise a chat, we’d love to hear from you!

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