Services for Family Members & Caregivers
Not sure where to start? Are you a family member or caregivers seeking services from Clara Martin Center and have questions? Let us help!
Providing support to a friend or family member with mental health or substance use challenges can be difficult without knowledge of existing resources. Clara Martin Center is available to provide information on different supports accessible in the community and support you as you support your loved one.
What Services Are available for Families and Caregivers?
Review the list of available services for family members and caregivers from Clara Martin Center.
Emergency services are available to all individuals, regardless of age, 24 hours a day 365 days a year either on site or at various locations throughout the community depending on need.
Early Childhood Mental Health Services
In a regional collaboration with other Early Childhood providers, the Clara Martin Center provides therapeutic supports to young children, ages 0-6 years old, and their families.
Learn More About Early Childhood Health Services
Child & Family Outpatient Services
While general outpatient services are focused on ages 6-15, the services below are available to any and all children within the larger Child and Family Program.
Learn More About Child & Family Outpatient Services
Transition Age Youth (TAY)
The Transition Age Youth program provides services to youth 16-22 years of age, utilizing the Resiliency Model to meet clients “where they are at.”
Youth Summer Programs
Skill building and the need for supports continue even when school lets out for the summer. Clara Martin designs a skill-based curriculum for groups that are delivered in the community to incorporate healthy, fun activities into the acquisition and practice of life skills.
Learn More About Youth Summer Programs
Substance Use Programs
Clara Martin Center promotes healthy lifestyles by reducing the harmful effects of alcohol and other drugs on the client, family, and community. Learn more about available substance use programs and supports.
Learn More About Substance Use Programs
Criminal Justice Services
Our Criminal Justice Services’ aim is to enhance the ability of those who have been or are currently involved with the court or corrections system to function effectively in the community, re-enter the community successfully and reduce the risk of committing additional crimes.
Learn More About Criminal Justice Services
Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC)
Increasing access to comprehensive mental health and addiction treatment, resources, and services. We are committed to working with you to identify your strengths and help you build a more healthy and happy life.
Get Access to Helpful Resources & Links
Clara Martin Center is an integral part of the social fabric of our community, but there are many other social service agencies that may be of assistance. View our list of service providers, supports, informational sites, and more.
Find a Location
With offices in Bradford, Chelsea, Randolph, and Wilder, Clara Martin Center provides office and community-based services across Orange County and the greater Upper Valley, as well as in Berlin through Central Vermont Substance Abuse Services. Outpatient services are available Monday through Friday, with some evening and weekend availability at select sites based on client need. Emergency Services and supports are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year either in person or through telephone/virtual supports based on client need.
Clara Martin Center Hosts 2022 Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony
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 Awarded $4 Million SAMHSA Grant to Continue Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic Expansion
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.
Call to Artists & Writers
Clara Martin Center is seeking submissions for their sixth annual art/poetry show entitled “Stronger Together: Celebrating Creativity in Mental Health, Wellness and Recovery.”