Celebrating 50 Years of Helping People
In 2016, the Clara Martin Center celebrates 50 years of providing high-quality community mental health services in Orange County and the greater Upper Valley. Originally known as Orange County Mental Health Services, the name of the center was changed to the Clara Martin Center in 1994 to honor Clara Martin, one of its founders and a pioneer for mental health care in Orange County.
Clara Martin Center Greens Up
Christie Everett, Director of Access and Acute Care Services, stands with the portrait of Governor Deane Davis at the Statehouse. Green Up Day was initiated by Governor Davis, who was also grandfather to Linda Chambers, Executive Director at Clara Martin Center.
As part of “May is Mental Health Month” Clara Martin Center employees held Green Up Day activities at their locations in Randolph, Bradford and Wilder. Believing that healthy environments contribute to overall well being, Clara Martin Center took their motto “People Helping People” to the streets to help the communities they serve.
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Successful Redesignation for Clara Martin Center
Clara Martin Center has successfully completed the redesignation process with the Department of Mental Health (DMH) for Community Rehabilitation and Treatment, Adult Outpatient Services, Emergency Services and Children, Youth and Family Services programs.
Clara Martin Center Honors Staff and Community Organizations
At their 49th annual meeting, Clara Martin Center honored staff and community members, while celebrating the accomplishments of the agency.