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Homeless Memorial Day Candlelight Vigils

Join Capstone on the longest night of the year as we come together to remember those living without shelter and those who have died from homelessness.

Thursday December 21st
4:00 pm in the park beside the Depot in Randolph
5:45 pm on the Park in Rochester

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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.

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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 at 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!

Helping Women Recover - Now Accepting Referrals!

Helping Women Recover flyer


Now welcoming all appropriate referrals for Helping Women Recover, a comprehensive integrated treatment model designed by Stephanie Covington, PhD, LCSW.…

Struggling with Anger Issues? We Can help.

Vocational Services Accomplishments

Clients utilizing our Vocational Services have experienced some major accomplishments recently! Read about them in the latest editions of "Bright Futures" and "JOBS For People; People for Jobs!"

Struggling with substance use? We can help.

Clara Martin Center's IOP – Intensive Outpatient Program is now in Randolph!

Clara Martin Center Celebrates Past, Present, Future

Clara Martin Center’s 50th annual meeting celebrated the past, present and future of the agency by honoring those who have played a significant role in the achievements of the organization over the last 50 years.

Dr. Brewster Martin Award

This award is dedicated in the name of a caring country doctor whose support of the Clara Martin Center and more importantly, the citizens of the greater Orange County area, was strong and will always be remembered.