The 2022 Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony for Clara Martin Center was held on the Vermont Technical College campus on Thursday, November 9th to honor employees for their dedicated years of service.
Clara Martin Center is the first community mental health agency in Vermont to have been designated a CCBHC after receiving an initial two-year CCBHC Expansion grant from SAMHSA in 2021.
We bow our heads in remembrance of each individual that has been named, and for so many more that are lost every day but never become part of our collective awareness.
VT Department of Mental Health presents their 2022 Mental Health Awareness Month Newsletters provided by Alexander Raeburn.
Aida is very deserving of the honor and respect this award stands for and she is an excellent model of the Clara Martin Center motto “People Helping People”.
Hope Home Care is the 2021 Vocational Service Award Recipient
Kym Anderson, Orange County Restorative Justice Center, and COSA is the recipient of the Arny Spahn Community Service Award, 2021.
The 6th annual Clara Martin Center Holiday Basket program was successfully able to provide a holiday meal to 150 families across Orange county and surrounding areas this past December.
Now more than ever people are more aware of the importance of living mentally healthy
Vermont Care Partners (VCP) is proud to announce that Clara Martin Center (CMC) has achieved certification as a Vermont Care Partners Center of Excellence
Clara Martin Center awarded $3.87 million SAMHSA Grant to become a certified community behavioral health clinic
Danielle Drown was first hired on August 12, 2013 as a Hospital Diversion Case Manager and after 2.5 years she left for a short time.