Community Impact


Holistic Mom's Network: Glens Falls Chapter 2014-2015 The Glen Falls, NY of the Holistic Moms Network is a support, education and social network for parents interested in green living, alternative health care, and gentle, responsive parenting. We are a warm and inclusive group, and welcome you to join us wherever you are on the holistic path in an environment that does not judge.  We welcome moms and dads with children of any age, and future parents as well. We have events and activities for both working and stay at home parents. Children are welcome at all HMN events.  Our meetings are held at Queensbury Family Chiropractic, please see our calendar for dates and join us!

Project Cameron's Story 2011-2015 (The goal of Project Cameron's Story is to support the bonding of parents with their premature babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), through the use of children's literature and storytelling.They strive to empower parents to form unique and profound connections with their babies within an environment that is often uncertain and intimidating. Their mission is to place a brand new, quality, children's book in the hands of every parent of a premature baby upon admission to the NICU's at Albany Medical Center, St. Peter's Hospital and Crouse Medical Center.

Adopt a Family 2011-2015 (Each year our office adopts a few families in need and provide them with gifts for Christmas.  Our practice members are generous beyond measure and we are always so blessed to join in with our community to make a difference in the lives of others.)

Help Stop Hunger Food Drive, 2008 (all proceeds went to our local Open Door Soup Kitchen in Glens Falls)

Dress a Tree, Dress a Child Clothing Drive, 2008-2010 (all proceeds went to the Salvation Army in Glens Falls)

Have-a-Heart Campaign, 2008-2015 (all proceeds went to benefit "Oklahaven" Children's Chiropractic Center, a 501(c)3 charitable institution dedicated to making sick children well through a natural, medication-free chiropractic lifestyle. The Center specializes in the treatment of neurologically disorganized children, including failure to thrive, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, ADHD, and the autism spectrum).

H.O.P.E. Day, 2009 (H.O.P.E.- Help Other People Eat, all proceeds went to Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York to help food pantries in Warren, Washington, and all other surrounding counties)