Identifying and Coping with Languishing

“Languishing” has been one of the mental health buzzwords of the COVID era. The term was coined back in 2002 by sociologist Corey Keyes but brought more into the public spotlight by this New York Times article last year. Depression is an extremely prevalent mental illness, with approximately 18 million people in the United States are diagnosed with clinical […]

CLM Partners With Windham Police Department on Vital Acute Care Services Program

On Monday, August 22, CLM presented an information session on NH Rapid Response Access Point and Mobile Crisis Response at an event hosted by the Atkinson Fire Department at the Atkinson Community Center. View the video detailing the program here. The mental health crisis is impacting our community on a daily basis. Community members oftentimes do […]

Important Notice About Local Crisis Services, NH Rapid Response Access Point, and the National 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

We are contacting you about some important updates regarding local, statewide and national crisis response resources.  You may have or will hear significant publicity regarding the implementation of the National 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline being available starting July 16, 2022.  We want to provide clarification on what this means for our local, regional and […]

Center for Life Management Foundation Awards 2022 Scholarships

Derry, NH – The Center for Life Management Foundation recently awarded merit scholarships to area graduating seniors, one supportive employment client, and several staff members. Most recipients are pursuing degrees or certifications that will impact the healthcare industry. “These scholarships are one way of encouraging students to pursue careers in physical and mental health,” explained […]

Supportive Housing Facility “Jean’s Place” Opens in Salem, NH

We were honored to celebrate the opening of Jean’s Place, a new supportive housing program located in Salem, NH, with a ribbon cutting and open house! Named in memory and honor of Jean Fisher, a beloved and longtime member of CLM’s Community Support Program staff, Jean’s Place has four independent apartments (2 one bedroom and […]

Justin’s Story

Justin Paine and his parents used to have to visit several providers to get the help he needed for his multiple diagnoses, which range from autism to schizoaffective disorder. Now, he gets all his services under one roof thanks to the Center for Life Management’s Continuum of Collaborative Care, a specialized treatment model to support individuals […]

Small People, Big Worries: Children and Anxiety

It’s easy to think that you’d need the worldly weight of an adult’s responsibilities and viewpoints to suffer from anxiety disorders. However, according to the National Survey of Children’s Health over 7% of children ages 3-17 (approximately 4.4 million) have diagnosed anxiety.  In most cases, parents or guardians take responsibility for the primary physical needs and major […]

Christine’s Story

Christine Catino in 2014 was working full-time managing a restaurant and running a side catering business, priding herself that she could do all that and still maintain a household with a husband, two kids and five dogs. Then she was hit with a double whammy. Her husband suffered an aortic aneurysm rupture, nearly killing him […]

CLM Staff to Present at Brain Injury & Stroke Conference

Two of our staff members will be presenters at the Brain Injury and Stroke Conference on May 11, 2022 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. They are pictured (l to r): Julie Lago, MSW, LICSW, Director of Collaborative Care at CLM, and Chelsea Zarcone, MSW, CBIS, Brain Injury Specialist Clinician, Collaborative Care program at […]