Criminal Justice Services
We provide effective assessment and treatment services to people who have been or are currently involved with the court or corrections system.
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. We implement ethical and best practice models of treatment to help meet these goals.
Community-Based Sex Offender Treatment
The goal of the program is to decrease the risk of re-offense and promote healthy lifestyles through individual and group therapy. The program meets program standards set forth by the Vermont Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Sexual Aggressors.
Domestic Violence Accountability Program
The program adheres to the Standards of Batterer’s Intervention Programs set forth by the Vermont Coalition for Domestic Abuse. The goal of the program is to reduce the risk to engage in emotional or physical abuse towards intimate partners.
The anger management program aims to provide clients with skills necessary to identify and effectively manage emotions that may lead them to engage in threatening or assaultive behavior.
Re-entry Case management
Reentry Case Management is a service provided to individuals who have been affected by substance use and reentering the community after incarceration and/or being supervised by Hartford Probation and Parole. Case management includes, but is not limited to; assistance and referrals for housing, transportation, benefits, employment, child care, education, health care, food, clothing, supportive counseling, connection with self-help groups, etc. This role provides stabilization to these individuals with the hope to reduce recidivism.
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.
Clara Martin Center is seeking submissions for their sixth annual art/poetry show entitled “Stronger Together: Celebrating Creativity in Mental Health, Wellness and Recovery.”