• Mental Health is as Crucial

    as Physical Health to Well-Being

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  • Mental Health Impacts All Areas of Life

    How You Think, Feel and Manage Your Daily Life

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  • Mental Illnesses are Treatable

    Some are Temporary & the Result of Extreme Stress of Life Changes

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  • Effective Treatments are Available

    Call CLM if you or a Loved One Needs Help

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Emergency Services can be reached 24/7

Call (603) 434-1577  Option 1

Welcome To Center for Life Management

Center for Life Management (CLM) is closely monitoring the COVID situation as it continues to evolve. The health and safety of our clients, staff, and visitors is our highest priority.  We are taking a very cautious approach in the provision of services and the use of our facilities.

Business Hours: Derry and Salem Office Hours are Monday-Thursday, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm; Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.  Closed on Saturdays.

A majority of CLM services are now being provided via telehealth either by phone or video. Clients will be contacted by a member of their treatment team regarding this option.

CLM Acute Services are available 24/7 and can be reached at 603-434-1577, Option 1.  Walk-in Crisis Assessments are available during business hours in our Derry office only. For those seeking general services, please call 603-434-1577.

We do ask if a client or member of their household has been in contact with anyone that has symptoms of the flu such as a fever, cough, chills or shortness of breath to please call to reschedule your onsite appointment with CLM at 603-434-1577 and seek the guidance of your primary medical provider. To allow for social distancing at office appointments, please limit support persons to a maximum of one per adult client or two guardians per pediatric client. Thank you.


CLM provides a comprehensive complement of mental health and substance use services, psychiatric treatment, acute care, medication services, emergency intervention, and family support services for adults, children, adolescents and families. In addition, we work closely with a variety of regional health and human service providers to ensure that your mental health care is comprehensive, integrated and community-based.


Adult Services

Our integrated approach takes into consideration the link between a client's physical health and medical conditions and how they might impact mental health treatment. learn more

Child, Adolescent and Family Programs

Healthy emotional well-being is essential to children and important to their family, social and academic success. Our specialists are skilled and experienced at working with children as early as pre-school age through adolescence and their families. learn more

Acute Care (Emergency) Services

The services CLM offers are designed to provide additional support and treatment to individuals experiencing a psychiatric crisis while assisting them in stabilizing their condition to get them back to their daily routine as quickly as possible. learn more

Senior Programs

Our staff can assist with making the right choices about the type of care our clients and/or their family member needs, link them with community services and offer insights into the emotional needs of seniors and their caregivers. learn more

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Our Providers

Our team of therapists and medical staff work together to provide an integrated approach to mental health and substance use services for our clients.

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Child Impact Program

The Child Impact Program provides information to help parents better understand the impact of divorce or custody changes on their children.

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Careers at CLM

Full-time positions offer an excellent compensation package including 3 weeks paid time off. Click below to view career opportunities available now!

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Events & Training

To keep current with CLM’s upcoming Events and Training Opportunities be sure to visit our Events and Training page frequently. Check it out now!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I make an appointment?

You simply call (603) 434-1577 between 8:30am - 5:00pm weekdays and ask for the Intake Department. Our Intake Specialists will gather information about you and schedule your intake with a clinician. If you are calling to make an appointment for an adult friend or family member, have that person with you when you call so we can also talk to him/her.

What do I need to bring with me to my first visit?

Please bring your insurance card, driver's license or photo ID, insurance co-pay, if it applies, and a list of any current medications that you are taking. If you have recently been discharged from the hospital please bring your discharge paperwork with you also.

What can I expect to happen during my first visit?

We ask that you arrive approximately 15 minutes early to complete some initial paperwork. You will meet with a therapist for approximately an hour for an intake appointment. He/she will gather a detailed history, try to understand your needs and work with you to develop a treatment plan you feel will provide you with your desired outcomes.