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Call To Artists – "From Green To Fall: Celebrating Crativity in Mental Health, Wellness and Recovery"

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Calling All Artists and Friends of Mental Health

Clara Martin Center is seeking submissions for their second annual art/poetry show entitled “From Green to Fall: Celebrating Creativity in Mental Health, Wellness and Recovery.” The exhibit will be open to the public from September 15 – November 5, 2017 at the Chandler Art Gallery, with an opening reception on Friday, September 29, 2017 from 4-7pm. Submissions must be sent in by August 23, 2017.

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Catamount Solar: From Babies to Bagpipes

We are grateful to our friends at Catamount Solar for their support for our first annual Color Splash. Check out the film that Imagination Company produced for Catamount, highlighting all the good they have supported through their grants.

Catamount Solar "Babies to Bagpipes" from Jim Giberti on Vimeo.

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Humpty Dumpty  Parade Float

Our Humpty Dumpty float in this year's Bradford Parade (with a Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme theme) took 3rd place for commercial floats!

CMC To Provide Youth Mental Health First Aid Training for Girl Scout Leaders

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The Clara Martin Center will be hosting a Youth Mental Health First Aid training for approximately 60 staff from the Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains at Camp Farnsworth, in Thetford, VT, on June 22, 2017. This training is part of the statewide AWARE Vermont campaign to provide community members with the necessary skills to help a young person experiencing a mental health challenge, mental disorder, or a mental health crisis.

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Clara Martin Hosts Sucessful Color Splash

On Sunday May 7, 2017, over 200 people came out to be sprayed in color powder as part of Clara Martin Center's Color Splash. The event wrapped up a year-long celebration of the agency's 50th anniversary and raised awareness for mental health and substance abuse services in the area. Stay tuned for the date of the 2018 Color Splash!

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Clara Martin in the News

CMC Recieves Grant From VHCB for 28 Main Street Project

Clara Martin Center To Host Youth Mental Health Training

50 Years of Community Mental Health Outreach

Clara Martin Center To Restore Historic Building

Vt. Mental Health Workers Describe Current System as Unsustainable

Clara Martin Ctr. 50 Years Strong

At Chandler: Celebrating Creativity In Mental Illness & Recovery

‘Celebrating Creativity’ event aims to promote mental health

Art Hounds: Me2/Orchestra

Locals Recognized for Mental Health Response

Digger Dialogue On Opiate Crisis

Vermont Law School, Clara Martin Center Collaborate For Mental Health Awareness and Community Wellness

Mental Health Service Agencies Warn of Threats To Their Future

In Randolph, Small-Town Culture Can Be A Barrier To Fighting Addiction

Public Weighs in on Vt. Budget

Understanding Schizophrenia on UVM Extension's Across The Fence

Budget Cuts Threaten Some Mental Health Services For Teens

Caregivers Face Agonizing Decisions - Heroin In The Valley

Minding Teen Mental Health

Clara Martin Center Receives Business Excellence Award

Priscilla Spahn Is Named Randolph ‘Rotarian of the Year’

Burgess’ Mission—Bringing Color to the Neighborhood

What Clients Are Saying

“Lexi Burroughs helped one of our SIM (Sequential Intercept Model) patients turn the corner on her depression by thinking outside the box…and visiting the patient at her home because the patient didn’t have transportation to the office. They took a walk…and talked. The next visit, the patient was able to get here, but Lexi and the patient took a walk during the session, helping the patient with her mood AND activity goals for the week. Way to go Lexi! This patient’s Health Confidence has gone from 5 to 8 over 6 months. And not a single trip to the hospital so far in 2015!” - White River Family Practice

“This has been a lifeline to me. I don’t know if I could be who I am today without the help I have received here. Thank you.”

“I think Clara Martin Center is a leader in the way mental health centers should be. And other centers could learn a lot from seeing how this center runs.”

“I feel that I am heard - not talked at or around. When I express a concern, my counselor always brings it back around to me and what is best for me, while working on my overall goals.”

“Clara Martin Center and the people who have made it what it is are incredible human beings. Their work is nothing short of greatness. I feel grateful for all the help I have received.”

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