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White Feather Tribal Services

Advocating for Alternative and Indigenous Medicine while safeguarding ALL participating healthcare practitioners through Tribal Sovereignty.

Indigenous Medical Board Licenses

At White Feather, we work in partnership with the First Nations Medical Board to oversee the licensing of practitioners across various disciplines, including alternative, complementary, and integrative medicine practices. Our role is pivotal in the licensure process, providing dual licensure options for professionals such as MDs, DOs, and DCs, while also serving as the primary licensing authority for NDs and OMDs, among others.

The Granting of Tribal Sovereignty

Sovereignty is the new off shore

White Feather has been empowered by NC Nottaway Tribal Community and the Crow Indian Nation under 25 USC 1680u to further tribal health care as an economic engine model by cloaking any medical clinic or herbal apothecaries with sovereignty. This cloak of sovereignty will protect the business from state government taxes or intrusion.

 Functional Wellness & Brain Health

Established with the primary goal of establishing a network of indigenous medical providers, White Feather clinics serve patients who are members of Native American tribes.  Diverging from conventional medicine’s disease management model, White Feather’s approach prioritizes holistic well-being, a departure from insurance-based models focused on a sick population.

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White Feather has been empowered by NC Nottaway Tribal Community and Crow Nation under 25 USC 1680u to further tribal health care as an economic engine model by cloaking any medical clinic or herbal apothecaries with sovereignty.

We Believe In Native American Sovereignty

White Feather firmly asserts the sovereign right of indigenous peoples in North America to receive, preserve, and advance their natural healing traditions. Rooted in the pre-existing sovereignty of Native Americans, this right, while diminished over time, remains intact. Tribal sovereignty is not only recognized, but also protected by statute, the United States Constitution, legal precedent, treaties, and fundamental principles of human rights.

Over centuries marked by turmoil, oppression, and economic hardship, Indian nations have painstakingly reclaimed their sovereign rights. Tribal identities and political systems, once disrupted, have been reconstructed. Challenges of poverty and social disarray, once seemingly insurmountable, have been successfully addressed. The resurgence is underpinned by the exercise of self-government by the over 560 federally-recognized tribes in the United States. This assertion of “self-rule” or sovereignty has garnered consistent support from every standing President of the United States over the past five decades.

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