England, Wales & Northern Ireland
Sadly, in 2017, NHS England ruled that it would no longer fund homeopathic medicines in primary care in England. However, treatments are still available in England through GPs that practice homeopathy as well as conventional medicine. Wales has generally followed NHS England’s recommendations and homeopathy is difficult to access via the NHS. Although Northern Ireland does not currently integrate homeopathy within the NHS, there are a number of GPs practicing homeopathy alongside conventional medicine.
Homeopathy on the NHS is available in Scotland on referral to the Centre for Integrated Care in Glasgow. There is also an NHS Clinic in Dundee providing services to patients in the region.
BHA Charitable clinics
The British Homeopathic Association also operates a number of charitable clinics providing affordable homeopathic care. You can find more information here.
Private homeopathic treatment
Outside of the NHS there are many qualified and registered homeopaths that can help you. You can search for practitioners (both private and NHS) using our online Find A Practitioner database.