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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.

A Letter From Senator Sanders

A Letter From Peter Welch

Welch Letter

Safe Haven Celebrates 18 years!

During an annual picnic on August 25th, 2016, Safe Haven celebrated 18 years of operations as a transitional living residence for those that are experiencing homelessness and mental health needs. Safe Haven was originally founded as a partnership between Clara Martin Center, Vermont Psychiatric Survivors, and the National Alliance of Mental Illness.

A Letter From Senator Patrick Leahy

Leahy Letter

Local Heroes Rachel Emerson and Loretta Stalnaker Recognized For Work in Mental Health Crises

Rachel Emerson, of the Clara Martin Center and Sergeant Loretta Stalnaker of the Randolph Police Department have been named winners of this year’s Team Two Frank Silfies Award, presented to a law enforcement officer and a mental health crisis clinician who exemplify collaborative response to mental health crises.

Celebrating 50 with a Cupcake Tour

We're turning 50, and we want to celebrate this milestone with YOU, our community! Look for our "Cupcake Tour" at a stop near you to get a free birthday cupcake.

Deep Roots, Strong Future

We've grown a lot in 50 years, travel along our path of growth…

Meaningful Work; Meaningful Life

The Clara Martin Center has truly blessed my life. Today I have meaningful work, meaningful life, and valuable love and connection in my life.

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.