To make a change, it takes a tribe.

Please join us in extending and showing thanks to our sponsors. 

NMI Sponsors


 Standard Process  products are sold through health care practitioners. The partnerships we have with health care professionals have enabled us to fulfill our mission of changing lives for the past 90 years and counting. Our founder, Dr. Royal Lee, believed that an individual’s unique nutritional requirements were best evaluated by a health care professional. This is why we sell our products through qualified practitioners. The relationships that Dr. Lee began all those years ago still remain at the center of our business practices today.


Priority One Nutritional Supplements is thrilled to be a supporter of the Naturopathic Medicine Institute and the upcoming Vital Gathering III. We have always supported getting to the roots of naturopathic medicine in its truest form. We have seen a vital need for the newest physicians to learn from the elders that have practiced naturopathic medicine in clinic and succeeded. This is a vital need in our industry and we are thankful to be apart of this epic movement to see this to fruition.


Fullscript is a free solution that gives integrative practitioners total dispensing freedom in a super simple experience. It’s the only online supplement dispensary that lets practitioners order wholesale, send virtual direct-to-patient recommendations, and offer one-to-many care — all from one platform.

Fullscript is as flexible as the medicine it supports, and is all about simplifying the practitioner’s day, while helping them grow their practice and amplify their impact. Choose a margin or no-margin account, integrate with your EHR, access the most comprehensive catalog of top supplement brands with the best product search available, market your practice, and take advantage of adherence tools without opening yet another browser tab. One more bonus? We’re a certified carbon-neutral organization, offsetting our emissions from January 1st, 2020 onwards with investments in North American afforestation.


Mountain Peak Nutritionals® is a company dedicated to supporting and furthering Naturopathic medicine. MPN was first created as a means to help pay for the licensure effort of Colorado in 1995. Since MPN’s inception we have continued to support the AANP, the naturopathic state organizations and their licensure efforts as well as their legislative efforts to greater enhance their current naturopathic laws. We support naturopathic schools and student organizations, the Elders group and the Naturopathic Medicine Institute.

 


Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians (HANP) is a specialty organization within the naturopathic medical profession. We are a nonprofit organization with no owners or stockholders and rely on the volunteer work of the HANP Board, student representatives, and focus group volunteers.

Our mission is to promote excellence in the practice of homeopathy among naturopathic physicians. We establish and uphold specialist standards, provide education and mentorship, and are committed to protect and preserve homeopathy as a core therapeutic modality within the naturopathic profession.

HANP Activities Include:

  • Encouraging the development and improvement of homeopathic curriculum at naturopathic colleges.
  • Offering homeopathic continuing education.
  • Providing board certification in classical homeopathy to naturopathic physicians.
  • Working with other homeopathic organizations towards the advancement of the homeopathic profession.

Americans for Homeopathy Choice is a bipartisan consumer group that came together in December 2017 in response to the FDA’s proposed draft guidance called “Drug Products Labeled as Homeopathic.” This proposal positions the FDA to limit access to homeopathic remedies and is undesirable both to consumers and professionals in the field of homeopathy. Since December, Americans for Homeopathy Choice has been advocating and raising awareness for our right to choose homeopathy. To learn more and to take action, go to Homeopathychoice.org