CLM Events and Training
10th Annual Benefit Concert and Silent Auction
Changes in Latitudes Jimmy Buffett Tribute show July 20th
Changes In Latitudes the Premier Jimmy Buffett Tribute Show will headline the 10th Annual Concert and Silent Auction to benefit the CLM Foundation. For the second year, this important fundraiser for CLM will be held at the wonderful Tupelo Music Hall in Derry. TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW for $45/40/35/30 choice of table, counter and theater seating. FOR TICKETS: Call 603.437.5100, Box Office M-F 10:30 am to 2:30 pm or Purchase Online at TupeloHall.com
Silent Auction Opens to Public: 5:30 p.m.
Concert Begins: 7:00 p.m.
THANK YOU to our event sponsors to date:
CGI Benefit Solutions, Anthem, Betley Chevrolet, Derry Neurological Associates, Exeter Hospital/CORE Physicians, Boston Retirement Advisors, Genoa Healthcare, Pentucket Bank, People’s United Bank, Wisehart Wimette, Caron Bletzer, CASO, Susan Davis, Hampstead Hospital, Hinckley Allen, Landmark Benefits, MHF Design Consultants, Parkland Medical Center, RAM Printing, Richards Manus Family, Vic Topo, USI. Friends of the CLM Foundation: Edward C. David & Co.and Tires Too. Special thanks to the support of Tupelo Music Hall.
Mental Health First Aid for Military Members, Veterans and Families
Sometimes, first aid isn’t a bandage, or CPR or the Heimlich, or calling 911. Sometimes, first aid is YOU! Become a Trained and Certified Mental Health First Aid Responder.
Mental Health First Aid is a training program— like regular first aid or CPR— designed to give people the skills to help someone who is developing a mental health or substance use problem or experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis. While military service often fosters resilience, some service members may experience mental health or substance use challenges. Mental Health First Aid is a valuable resource that can make a difference in the lives of veterans, their families and the communities they live in.
Date: Friday, June 22
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Place: Center for Life Management, 10 Tsienneto Rd, Derry, NH
There is no fee to attend. A light lunch will be provided. Pre-registration is required.
Click here for Military Mental Health First Aid flier
State of Recovery: Community called upon to be part of the solution to addiction
While the opioid crisis has been making national headlines in recent months, addiction is sadly nothing new in New Hampshire. Individuals and families continue to struggle with mental health and addiction and the effects are far reaching, too often impacting entire communities. Community members have the ability to make a difference, to become empowered, and to help turn the tide of addiction. That’s the focus of the upcoming EmpowerYOU Community Learning Series organized by Makin’ It Happen. Once a month from 6-8pm at Jupiter Hall (89 Hanover Street, Manchester, NH), community members are invited to participate in this series to help make a difference in the health of their neighborhoods. No registration is required.
The series topics includes: November 13th, “Understanding Addiction” presented by Serenity Place; December 19th, "Youth Prevention and Communication" presented by Makin' It Happen; January 23, "Say This: Language & Stigma" presented by Partnership for a Drug-Free NH; February 20th, "Building Community Resilience" presented by Manchester Health Department; March 20, "Overdose Prevention & Response" presented by NH Harm Reduction Coalition; April 17, "Treatment, Peer Supports & Beyond" presented by Manchester Recovery and Treatment Center; May 15, "Advocacy" presented by New Futures; June 19, "Addiction & Suicide Prevention" presented by NAMI NH; July 17, "Over the Counter, Under the Radar" presented by NNE Poison Center. Click here for the EmpowerU series flier.
This series is a collaborative effort, which currently includes the following partners: Manchester Health Department, Network4Health (CLM is a Network4Health Partner), Southern NH Planning Commission, Families in Transition, New Futures, NNE Poison Control, Serenity Place, Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester, National Alliance for Mental Illness NH, Teen Institute, Hope for NH Recovery, NH Harm Reduction Coalition and Partnership for a Drug-Free NH.