Here are some general guidelines on forming a new chapter or study group . If you have a group interested in affiliating with AHAF, contact AHAF's Chapter Coordinator, Val Weil: 

AHAF currently has eight active chapters. Please check our  Facebook page for details on chapter meetings, or contact the chapter representatives below.


Tucson Chapter - Meeting 2nd Thursday of each month, 7-9 PM.  Meeting held at Mostly Books, 6208 E Speedway (at Wilmot ), Tucson. AZ.
Contact Tricia Clapp


North Bay Chapter -  
Contact: President Linda Green

Northern California Chapter Northern California Chapter  - Meetings are held  on the   2nd   Saturday  of July, Sept and Nov . We currently meet in San Francisco, at Marcel Matley’s Handwriting Lab, or Diana Kipping’s  Library (contact Linda Larson for address). Guests may attend twice free of charge. Annual chapter dues are $30.
Contact: President Linda Larson  (650) 996-8879.   

Southern California Chapter - Meets quarterly, usually at EP Foster Library, 651 E. Main St., Ventura CA. For specific dates check with Sheila Lowe.
Contact: President Sheila Lowe  (805) 658-0109.


Rocky Mountain Chapter
Rocky Mountain Chapter meets the third Saturday of each month, September through May (excluding December) at  Indian Tree Golf Course Club House, 7555 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada, 9:30-12:00.  Members are invited to bring handwriting samples.
Contact: Treasurer Sally Grammer


Northern New Jersey Chapter 
Contact: President Debbie Berk ,   Phone: 908-684-8228   


The AHAF Pennsylvania Handwriting Analysis Forum chapter meets at Indian Valley Public Library, 100 E. Church Ave, Telford. Meetings are free and open to the public. 
Contact: President Allan Grim  


Meets monthly on the 3rd Thursday at 6PM PDT and quarterly on a Saturday. All that's required is a free account with For help in getting set up, contact  or President RaeAnn Berge :  


The AHAF Southern Handwriting Analysis Society chapter meets bimonthly, September through May at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 525 St. Andrews Rd., Columbia, SC.
President Helene "Honey" Robinson: