Life Management of Maryland Celebrates SACC Membership and Imagine Living Well in Schools Partnership

Life Management celel

Life Management of Maryland celebrated joining The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon cutting event on May 23, 2024 at Salisbury University‘s Dave and Patsy Rommel Center in downtown Salisbury.

Guests were welcomed by Jeri Jones, Owner and Executive Director and were encouraged to network as they toured and learned a little about the Rommel Center.

Mrs. Jones established Life Management of Maryland in 2012 as a local agency providing telehealth and in-person individual and family counseling to children, adolescents, and adults to empower them in becoming their best by simplistically managing life and everyday problems one day at a time. Her offices, which are located at 212 W. Main Street in Salisbury and above the Rommel Center, are beautifully decorated and provide an oasis of peace for everyone visiting or receiving counseling.   Her goal is to make everyone feel as if they were in the comfort of their home, so they can relax and have a healthier experience.

During the ribbon cutting, Mrs. Jones also celebrated Life Management of Maryland’s partnership with Imagine Living Well in Schools in the launch of a pilot program with Somerset County Public Schools, bringing outside partners into schools to assist the mental health support for staff, students in grades 8-12 and their families.   City of Salisbury Council President D’Shawn Doughty presented a citation in recognition of Jones’ 20 years in the mental health field and the dedication of both organizations to providing human services to our community.

Jones shared “Life Management of Maryland has everything to do with the children and the families that I have had the pleasure of working for over the years.  I have known for a very long time that my purpose is service; service by ways of helping others find their way through difficult times.  No one is exempt from day-to-day stress, depression, and trauma.  I stand here today for each person that is still trying to make sense of their childhood experiences, grieving for the loss of someone that they loved, the person trying to keep their family together, and for all the people that are trying to be here tomorrow.”

Jones also recognized her friends and Imagine Living Well in Schools partners Meg Cohen,Chalarra Sessoms and Latrice Gray.  “We are all committed professionals determined to make a difference in our homes, schools and community; we are here to make our community more resilient and a better place.”

The event was catered by new member MUNCH by Marcus LLC, and guests had the opportunity to win amazing wellness baskets that include gift cards to local restaurants, massages and more!

For more appointments and more information visit