ADHA Saddened by CDHA Charter Agreement Decision

Posted on June 7, 2016

Newswise — The American Dental Hygienists' Assocation just received word that the California Dental Hygienists’ Association House of Delegates have voted to not sign the constituent charter agreement with ADHA. We are disappointed by this development and are committed to ensuring California Dental Hygienists’ continue to have a voice through their national association and to be supported in their professional development throughout their careers.

While ADHA explores chartering a new California constituent, know that all active CDHA members remain a member of ADHA national. We continue to believe in our tripartite structure and and the strength within the local, state and national organization.

Together, we can accomplish so much more and be a strong, collective voice for the dental hygiene profession.

Jill Rethman, ADHA President, and Ann Battrell, CEO would like to thank the California dental hygienists who expressed their support for ADHA during the CDHA House of Delegates.

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