James City Lions receive briefing on mental illness

At a recent breakfast meeting, Mr. Corey Trench, treasurer of the Williamsburg affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), talked to JC Lions members. Corey, also an evangelist for NAMI, discussed how he became involved, what the Williamsburg affiliate does and their new ongoing efforts building Hope Village in Williamsburg for families with mental illnesses.
Shown with Corey, who is receiving a Certificate of Appreciation, (l-r) are Lions Joe Mays and Phil Giles (1st Vice President).

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