Featured Members Blog

Play Ball — What business can learn from baseball.

July 8, 2019

By Sally Nauss, owner of SAN Coaching. It’s the week after the 4th of July and baseball is taking a break from the regular season to celebrate the players at the All Star Game. I’ve always been a baseball fan and love going to games to see how the ball parks are enticing fans to … Read More

How the Local Farmers Market Helps Your Neighborhood.

August 8, 2018

By Nancy Cummings. It’s National Farmers Market Week, and we couldn’t be prouder of ours. Farmers markets are not only a way for local farmers to showcase the bounty of their harvest, they’re also community gathering spots that support local and sustainable food. They’re business incubators where food entrepreneurs can introduce, market, and test their products, … Read More

Changing Direction of Pediatric’s Healthcare

May 1, 2018

By Dr. Vic Manzo Jr. Family Wellness Chiropractor/Neuroscience/Mindset Trainer/Inspirational Speak/Influential Author   At the time of writing this blog, we have seen a rise in chronic illnesses in children.  Today, 54% of children are experiencing some form of chronic illnesses.  When we look at Autism rates, based upon VacTruth.com, the numbers are around 1 and 18 … Read More

Embark on New Adventures at Any Age

February 1, 2018

Written by: Adrianne J. Palmer.  Typically, a new year causes us to resolve to eat healthier and exercise, which is a great start, but holistic wellness is so much more.  We are most alive when involved in activities that are both engaging and challenging. The best gift we can give ourselves is a positive outlook, … Read More

The Journey to Recovery from Mental Illness

January 2, 2018

Written By:  Jeff Shapiro, CRSS and Nikki Rashes Often, when we think about living in recovery as it relates to mental illness, we look at it as an elusive point at the end of a long road.  With a combination of different types of treatment, recovery becomes a journey and that journey can take individuals … Read More

Recognizing Domestic Violence in Our Community

October 19, 2017

By Ann Kostyk, Outreach Coordinator/Community Educator at Pillars October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence created and observed the first Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October 1987. Just two years later, in 1989, the U.S. Congress formally designated October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. At Pillars, we recognize this important … Read More

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