Membership Options
Regular Member
Student Member*
Out-of-State ND* 
Affiliate Member*
Inactive/Retired Member*
* Limited memberships

To RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP, login at the Member Login at the top right of this page. If you have never logged in, you will need to click the "Forgot your Password?" link beneath the login form to have your temporary password emailed to youClick Here For Our Tutorial

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READ THIS: CNDA membership (if just starting in California straight out of school) is $100 the first year, $200 the second, $300 the third and $400 the fourth year and beyond. Our automatic renewal reminder email does NOT reflect this sequential stepping process, but the system does - this means that when you renew, your reminder email will give your previous year's rate even though you now owe the new higher rate, until you are at the $400 per year rate.

Regular Membership
Eligibility: Naturopathic doctors that hold a degree from an accredited naturopathic medical school with an active ND License may apply. Dues depend on your year of licensing. Newly licensed CA doctors are offered membership at a sliding scale:

$100 per year or $8.33/month for the first year from your license date. 
$200 per year or $16.67/month for the second year from your license date. 
$300 per year or $25/month for the third year from your license date. 
$400 per year or $33.33/month for the fourth year from your license date and beyond. 

For example, if you were licensed in January of 2013 and then joined the CNDA in May of 2014, you would be paying $200 per year or $16.67/ month for one year. Then, in May of 2015 you would pay $300 or $25/ month. 

Student Membership
Eligibility: Students enrolled at accredited four-year naturopathic medical programs may apply.
Note: Your student membership expires the year you graduate. You will need to re-apply as a New Regular Member after you graduate.

Dues: $50 one-time payment until you graduate

Out-of-State Member: 
Eligibility: Naturopathic doctors who hold a degree from an accredited naturopathic medical school, currently hold an active ND License in the United States, and are NOT practicing or actively licensed in California. Your practice will be included in the Realize a Healthy California (RHC) "Find a Doctor" search on their website.

Dues: $100 per year or $8.33/month.

Affiliate Membership
Licensed integrative practitioners who want to network with CNDA members and collaborate with Naturopathic Doctors
Eligibility: Must hold an active, verifiable license in one of the healing arts (MD, DO, NP, PA, DC, LAc, PharmD, PT, OT, etc). Cannot vote or hold office. Will not be listed in the Find a Doctor Search tool.

Dues: $200 per year.
Inactive Membership
Eligibility: CNDA Members who are incapacitated by reason of accident, illness, or infirmity, who are fully retired, or who have interrupted their practice due to extenuating circumstances.
Must hold an active or inactive verifiable license in one of the healing arts and have previously been a member in good standing with the CNDA OR must be a recent graduate of an accredited four-year naturopathic medical program who has not yet passed NPLEX exams, is not yet licensed, and was previously a student member in good standing with the CNDA.
Cannot vote or hold office. Will not be listed in the Find a Doctor Search tool.
NOTE: You must call the CNDA Office to renew to this member type.

Dues: $50 per year.


If you have any questions, please email / call or 310-670-8100.

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Naturopathic Advocates

The CNDA is working to educate state legislative and insurance agencies as well as the public on the benefits of naturopathic medicine. We will continue to build relationships in the naturopathic community in an effort to optimize the impact of the naturopathic doctors in our state.