Service asks for hope and love for people with mental illness Service asks for hope and love for people with mental illness
“There’s a lot of fear surrounding mental illness and, truth be told, a lot of prejudice as well,” Jim Moore, president of NAMI Rome,... Service asks for hope and love for people with mental illness

“There’s a lot of fear surrounding mental illness and, truth be told, a lot of prejudice as well,” Jim Moore, president of NAMI Rome, told more than 80 people gathered Tuesday for a candlelight service at Second Avenue United Methodist Church. “We want to replace that fear with love and hope,” Moore said. The service marked the National Day of Prayer for mental illness recovery and understanding.

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