Deborah is extremely involved in the community of Gilbert and Arizona in general. Deborah is current Chair of the East Valley Behavioral Health Coalition whose mission is "Building a community around families, adults, and youth providing resource connections to help and heal."
Deborah's voice has been heard around America. She has been mentioned in several publications for her advocacy and support of those with SMI (Serious Mental Illness). In addition to being written about, she has spoken at conferences and government functions to educate people on problems in the system that lead to people with SMI not receiving the care they need. She has used her experience to help others and is a voice for the voiceless. God calls us to help the helpless. This is what Deborah is doing. And she will continue to bring awareness and change the system that has marginalized the seriously mentally ill until they are no longer overlooked and misunderstood.
Currently retired, happily married for 54 years, with 7 children, 15 grandchildren, and four great grandchildren. Richard has worked in Business Administration and Management his entire career. Much of his experience included the successful start up of new manufacturing facilities and the turn around of losing businesses while providing excellent opportunities and benefits for employees, the backbone of every business.
While attending Seton Hall University, Richard worked part time nights and weekends over a two-year period as a Counselor for young boys at a County run Children’s Home & Shelter. This had the most meaningful impact on his life and birthed a passion for helping those who are the most vulnerable and in need.
Previous volunteer experience includes being a Lions Club member, serving on several church council committees, and civic responsibilities.
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Bob's background includes 48 years in corporate IT and the last ten with a non-profit organization in the Phoenix area. He is active in church service, including 25 years as choir director. Bob has been the sole caregiver for his wife with a brain illness for the past 8 years. Currently he volunteers as a database consultant for a mission agency as well as an adviser to P82 Project Restoration, Inc.
Bob Campbell chairs the Committee tasked with overseeing the development and implementation of Crisis Care Team training for faith groups.
Trey is a trained, experienced and skilled Biblical counselor who walks out his passion for prayer and pastoral care by overseeing Small Groups, the prayer team and compassionately counseling couples and individuals at Sovereign Grace Church in Gilbert, Arizona. He is the father of the Senior Pastor, Rich Richardson (and is ultimately accountable before God for Rich being a Cowboys fan). Trey and his wife Charlotte also lead the women’s ministry, have 4 married children and 14 grandchildren who bring them great joy - especially when they are all together!