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Milestone: NAMI hosts author

Attendees of the May 15 Clallam County National Alliance on Mental Illness meeting. - Submitted photo
Attendees of the May 15 Clallam County National Alliance on Mental Illness meeting.
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Craig Rennebohm, acclaimed author and pioneering mental health chaplain, talked about the importance of companionship with one struggling with mental illness and how to do that at the May 15 Clallam County National Alliance on Mental Illness.

He stressed the importance of community involvement regarding the mentally ill. Craig spent 20 years working with the homeless mentally ill on the streets of Seattle.

From left are attendees Randy Langdon, Mary Benavidez, Kathryn Krise, Angel Lucas, Craig Rennebohm, Annie Anderson, Joyce Matson and Kay Snowhook.

 

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