2-1-1 Maryland
Phone Number 211
Hours 24 Hours / 7 Days a Week / 365 Days a Year, in over 180 languages
Website www.211md.org
Description 2-1-1 Maryland is partnership of four agencies working together to provide simple access to health and human services information. 2-1-1 is an easy to remember telephone number that connects people with important community services. Our specially trained call specialists answer calls 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

The 2-1-1 database has information on nearly 5,000 agencies and programs across the state. Each week 2-1-1 Maryland handles thousands of calls from people in need, providing referrals to services and helping people problem-solve when the services they need are not available.
Email info@211MD.org
Text Text your zip code to 898-211 or TXT-211
Chat https://211md.org/chat-with-us/
AARP Maryland
Phone Number (866) 542-8163
Address 200 St. Paul Place, Suite 2510, Baltimore, MD 21202
Hours Monday - Friday: 9am to 5pm
Website www.local.aarp.org/easton-md
Description Paid Membership. Benefits Include: Movies for Grownups, Driver Safety, Member Discounts, Tax-Aide, Walgreens “Way to Well” Health Tour, Create The Good, Drive to End Hunger, Livable Communities, Technology Training, Caregiving Resources, Travel discounts, etc. Visit their website for a full list of member benefits, local events, and helpful resources.
Academy Art Museum
Phone Number (410) 822-2787
Address 106 South Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Friday - Monday - 10am - 4pm, Tuesday - Thursday: 10am - 8pm, First Friday, April to November open until 7pm
Website www.academyartmuseum.org
Description The Academy Art Museum offers children, teens and families many opportunities for learning and inspiration, including an early enrichment program, after-school classes, summer camps, homeschool classes, school field trips, family art days, Annual Student Art Exhibitions, Portfolio Night, and more. The Museum also partners with area schools and organizations to design projects and help forge a more vibrant community. The Mini Master Academy is an early enrichment program for children ages 2 - 4 years old.

Admission is $3 for non-members. Children under 12 admitted free. Free admission on Wednesday. Free Admission for Active Military and their families on Armed Forces Day and Labor Day.

Visit their website for a schedule of events.
Email academy@academyartmuseum.org
Adkins Arboretum
Phone Number 410-634-2847
Address 12610 Eveland Road, Ridgely, MD 21660
Hours Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm, Sunday from 12pm to 4pm. Grounds are open daily from dawn to dusk. Closed Thanksgiving Day and December 24-31.
Website www.adkinsarboretum.org
Description A 400 acre preserve and educational center dedicated to promoting the appreciation and conservation of the region's native plants. Located 15 miles north east of Easton in Ridgely.

Through its educational programs and science-based approach to land stewardship, the Arboretum promotes appreciation and conservation of native plants to more than 18,000 visitors annually. The Arboretum strives to reach a broad audience—children, families, nature lovers, gardeners, hikers, bikers, as well as professional land planners,natural resource managers and horticulturists—through guided walks, lectures, demonstrations, children's programs, plant sales, art exhibitions, and seasonal community events.

Admission is $5 for adults, $2 for students 6-18, and free for children 5 and under. Admission is free for Adkins Arboretum members.
Adkins Arboretum is the only arboretum or public garden that focuses solely on plants native to the Mid-Atlantic coastal plain. Because of its location on the Delmarva Peninsula, at the junction of the piedmont and the coastal plain where northern and southern plant life overlap, it includes diverse habitats that support more than 600 species of native shrubs, trees, wildflowers, grasses, and ferns. By walking the Arboretum grounds, visitors can experience native plants in a natural setting, as well as in ecological restoration projects and in cultivated gardens. The Arboretum is a model for land stewardship, playing an important role in protecting the health of the Chesapeake Bay by preserving and restoring the native flora of the region.
Adult Evaluation and Review Services (AERS) – Talbot County Health Dept.
Phone Number (410) 819-5640
Address 100 S. Hanson Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday, 8am to 5pm
Website www.health.maryland.gov/talbotcounty/Adult_Services/Pages/AERS.aspx
Description AERS is a Maryland program based in local health departments which provides assistance to frail, aged, and disabled adults by conducting a comprehensive evaluation to identify public services available to help people remain in the community, or in their least restrictive environment, with as much independence as possible. Evaluations are conducted by a licensed registered nurse or social worker. Interpretation and translation services are available. Following an AERS evaluation, an individual may request case management services to assist them obtain services recommended in the plan of care. The AERS program may refer the individual to a case management provider or provide the services directly.

Referrals are accepted by telephone, fax, mail, or in person from potential clients, their relatives, staff from agencies, and any concerned individual. Referred clients or their representatives are contacted by AERS staff to schedule an evaluation in their home, or present location. Assessments are voluntary, free of charge, and confidential, in compliance with state and federal regulations. Referrals to other agencies are not made unless a consent form is signed. Visit the web for more information on when to make a referral.

· A referral to AERS should be considered whenever frail individuals, or their caregivers, need information and assistance in accessing community services such as Senior Care, medication assistance, Assisted Living, In-Home Aid services, and other public support programs.

· Individuals already in a nursing facility and on medical assistance, who are seeking assistance in obtaining services to return to the community, should contact AERS for information about the Community Options Waiver or Community First Choice services.

· An AERS evaluation is required when individuals have a positive history of mental illness, developmental disability, or both, and are seeking nursing home placement.

· An evaluation is also required for individuals age 65 and older who are referred for admission to a state psychiatric facility.
Interpretation / Translation Services Available Yes
Alzheimer’s Association – Greater Maryland Office
Phone Number (410) 543-1163 or (800) 272-3900
Address 909 Progress Circle, Suite 400, Salisbury, MD 21804
Website www.alz.org/maryland
Description Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research. Support Hotline: (800) 272-3900; available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, more than 200 languages. Resources, event information, and support group listings for Talbot County available on their website. Call to confirm dates and times before attending as changes may occur.
American Legion Talbot Post 70
Phone Number (410) 822-9138
Address 29511 Canvasback Drive, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.post70.org
Description The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. It is the nation’s largest wartime veterans service organization, committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow service members and veterans.
Avalon Foundation
Phone Number (410) 822-0345
Address 40 E. Dover Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Theater Box Office: Wednesday-Friday 11am to 5pm (on second floor of Avalon Theatre) & two hours prior to each show
Website www.avalonfoundation.org
Description As a non-profit organization whose mission is to “improve the quality of life for residents of the Town of Easton, Talbot County, and the Eastern Shore by providing arts, entertainment and educational programming”, we take pride in presenting a wide variety of programs. Musical performances, stand-up comedy, opera, theatric performances and musicals, showcases for local talent, kids’ summer camps and educational performers are the core of our repertoire.

The Avalon Foundation also plays an integral role in the community outside of the Theatre walls, hosting events such as the Outdoor Summer Concert Series, the Multicultural Festival, and Easton’s 4th of July Celebration. The Avalon Foundation also runs the Easton Farmers Market which runs from April to December, and also hosts Plein Air – Easton!, the nation’s largest outdoor painting completion and arts festival.
Bayleigh Chase
Phone Number (410) 673-4405
Address 501 Dutchman’s Lane, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.actsretirement.org/communities/maryland/bayleigh-chase-easton
Description Located in the historic town of Easton, MD, on the state's Eastern Shore, Bayleigh Chase is set against the backdrop of a richly landscaped 35-acre campus. Our apartment homes and spacious cottages and villas provide the perfect home from which to enjoy the carefree living of the Eastern Shore. This Easton retirement community offers a lifestyle of flexibility and choice that provides each resident with new opportunities to pursue their passions and enrich their life. Easton is consistently ranked as one of the Best Small Towns in America. With its golf courses, hiking and biking trails, and parks, it is a charming and active town. It offers a wide variety of art galleries, local shopping and restaurants along with entertainment, including the historic Avalon Theatre. Golf courses, parks and walking/biking trails keep residents active.

Email actsinfo@actslife.org
BrightStar Care Easton
Phone Number (410) 820-4200
Address 8709 Brooks Drive, Unit 2A, Easton, MD
Hours 24/7
Website www.brightstarcare.com/easton
Description BrightStar Care offers quality home care in Easton, Maryland — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We live and work in the communities we serve, so there is a special dedication to our neighbors needing care. We offer a unique approach to home care assistance that allows us to create both short- and long-term home care solutions. Whether your Easton home care needs require companion care, personal care services, Alzheimer’s care, or skilled nursing, safety is our main goal. We can provide the assistance you or your loved one needs to be secure and comfortable in your own home.

- Personal Care
- Transportation Services
- Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
- Companion Care
- Senior care for companion care, personal care and Alzheimer’s/dementia care services
- Skilled nursing care for every age from newborns through aging adults
- Special needs care for children (autism, cerebral palsy, and spina bifida) and adults (spinal cord injury, Parkinson’s disease, and multiple sclerosis)
- Childcare services include newborn care, sitter services, and hospital companionship
- Medical staffing for temporary and permanent skilled care for schools, hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities.

Call for a complimentary in-home assessment.
Brookletts Place – Talbot County Senior Center
Phone Number (410) 822-2869
Address 400 Brookletts Avenue, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday, 8 AM to 3 PM
Website www.brooklettsplace.org
Description Brookletts Place is a center for seniors to gather and socialize with each other. It provides an aspect of community engagement for individuals 60 or older through the Center’s facilities and various events throughout the year. As a place with an excellent reputation among its membership, Brookletts Place strives to continuously expand to provide even more for area seniors over and above its well-rounded menu of available services and resources.

Educational, wellness, recreational and social activities are offered year-round, giving seniors a place to grow, a place to thrive and a place to connect. Meals, Senior Information and Assistance and Transportation are available.

- Daily senior programs and activities to include but not limited to: Computer Classes, Exercise Classes, Arts & Crafts Programs, Financial, Health & Nutrition sessions, Coffee Hour, exercise room, day trips and overnight trips.
- Meals on Wheels
- Congregate Meals
- State Health Insurance Program/Senior Medicare Patrol
- Maryland Access Point
- Crime Victim Clinics
Email brookletts@uppershoreaging.org
Candle Light Cove – IntegraCare
Phone Number (410) 770-9707, (888) 347-5924
Address 106 West Earl Ave, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.candlelightcove.com
Description Talk to any of our family members and you will learn that Candle Light Cove's reputation is for consistently excellent care, in large part due to the quality of our team, our small size and our low care ratio. Our team includes RN/LPN care and our nurses' roles are not only of case managers and caregivers, but of mentors to our resident care staff. Our team approach encourages each staff member develop his or her unique talents, knowledge and experience and form meaningful relationships with our residents. Our activities program, conducted by our full-time activities coordinator, includes daily exercise programs and walks, crafts and games, visits from children's groups and Pets on Wheels, outings for picnics, luncheons, local music and theater performances, tours of local attractions.

Assisted Living, 24/7 Personal Care, Memory Care, and Respite Care available!
Email: clcmarketing@integracare.com
CASA of the Mid-Shore
Phone Number (410) 822-2866
Address 1 S. Washington Street, Suite 2, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.casamidshore.org
Description CASA of the Mid-Shore is a private, non-profit organization created to advocate for children who are under the protection of the circuit court because of abuse, neglect or abandonment. Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) are officers of the court and, as such, are ordered to make assessments and recommendations to the judge regarding the best interest of the child to whom they are appointed. CASAs attempt to identify the specific needs of each child for the court, advocate for service provision to meet those needs, and assist in seeking a permanent resolution for each child’s life as quickly and safely as possible.

Court Appointed Special Advocates are adult volunteers from the community who are screened, trained, and supervised by professional staff members. When a CASA volunteer is appointed by a judge to a child’s case, he or she is responsible for taking the time to learn as much as possible about the child. CASA volunteers search for information that might be helpful to the court by talking with parents, teachers, relatives, physicians, therapists, attorneys, social workers, and others. They work closely with all agencies involved with each child. Most importantly, the CASAs get to know the child, and frequently become one of the most consistent adults in the child’s life. Then, the CASAs provide a written report to the court with recommendations as to what is in each child’s best interest.
Email: info@casamidshore.org
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
Phone Number (410) 745-2916
Address 213 North Talbot Street, St. Michaels, MD 21663
Hours May to October 9am – 5pm, November to April 10am – 4pm, Closed: Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s days
Website www.cbmm.org
Description Established in 1965, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Maryland, is a world-class maritime museum dedicated to preserving and exploring the history, environment and people of the entire Chesapeake Bay, with the values of relevancy, authenticity, and stewardship guiding its mission.

CBMM is a fully accredited member of the American Association for Museums, offering interactive exhibitions, tours and scenic boat rides, demonstrations, boat rides on the Miles River, hands-on education programs for children and adults, and annual festivals that celebrate the Chesapeake Bay culture, boats, seafood, history, and people.

Families with young children can use an activity backpack to facilitate museum exploration. Designed for children 3-6 years old, activities in the backpacks include games, puzzles, and props to encourage play and hands-on exploration within several of the museum’s exhibits, including the 1879 Hooper Strait Lighthouse. The backpacks can be reserved at CBMM’s Welcome Center during a visit, and are offered free with the museum’s general two-day admission.

Visit www.cbmm.org/learn for more information on youth and family programs.

Individual Admission**:
General admission is good for two days, excluding festivals.
$16 – Adults (ages 18-64)
$13 – Seniors (65+) and Students (age 17+ with college ID)
$12 – Retired Military (with ID)
$6 – Children (ages 6-17)
FREE – Active Military, Children (ages five and under), and CBMM Members

**CBMM is a Museums for All participant, which enables low-income families to visit CBMM for a minimal fee of $3 per person for up to four people with the presentation of an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card and photo ID.
Chesapeake College
Phone Number (410) 822-5400
Address 1000 College Circle, Wye Mills, MD 21679
Website www.chesapeake.edu
Description Wherever you are and wherever you want to go in life, Chesapeake College can help you get there. Founded as Maryland’s first regional community college in 1965, Chesapeake offers a range of educational opportunities that combine excellence, convenience, and affordability. Our degree programs (with more than 70 college majors), certificate programs, career training, non-credit workforce training, and lifelong learning have transformed the lives of thousands on the Eastern Shore.

Dual Enrollment available for high school students.

English Language Courses offered at varying days/times/locations.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 8, Wye Mills, MD 21679
Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center
Phone Number (443) 786-1120
Address 331 E. Dover St, Easton MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday, 9am to 6pm - Resource Center
Website www.chesmrc.org
Description Mission: By coordinating services and informational programs, The Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center (ChesMRC) empowers people from different cultures to become successful and engaged members of our community. Through education, we strive to breakdown cultural barriers that arise from differences in language, appearance or ethnic traditions.

ChesMRC provides information and referrals for:
- Legal Services
- Immigration Services
- Health Services
- Education
- Employment
- Counseling
- Translation Services
- Recreation
- English Classes
- Family Support
- Taxes
- Driver's License
- Citizenship Classes
- School Enrollment
- Youth Development
- Afterschool Program for grades 1-5
- High School Afterschool Program
- Cub Scouts
- Girl Scouts
- Health Education & Outreach

Since it’s inception in 2012, ChesMRC has provided services to more than 4,000 non-English speakers in Talbot and surrounding counties, involving over 6,500 separate requests for information and referral. No other organization is addressing this need.
Mailing Address PO Box 1990, Easton MD 21601
Interpretation / Translator Services Available Yes
Email info@chesmrc.org
Circuit Court for Talbot County
Phone Number (410) 822-2611
Address Court House: 11 N. Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm, except legal holidays
Website www.courts.state.md.us/clerks/talbot
Description Each year the Clerk’s office files, processes and maintains civil, criminal and juvenile actions. The Clerk’s office records land deeds, mortgages, plats, conveyances and other precious documents. The Clerk administers oaths to County officials, Judges and Governor appointees, issues business and marriage licenses and performs civil wedding ceremonies. The Clerk also commissions Notaries Public.

Family Service Programs including co-parenting seminars, supervised parent-child time, and Pro Se Litigants Family Law.
Maryland Courts Self-Help Center (410) 260-1392
Comfort Keepers
Phone Number (410) 822-4414
Address 8103 Ocean Gateway, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.comfortkeepers.com/offices/maryland/easton
Description Comfort Keepers of the Mid-Shore on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, is a leading provider of in home care and elderly care services.

Our expert caregivers provide customized care plans that may include personal care and companionship-homemaker services. Our senior care agency will help seniors and other adults live an independent, quality life. We offer many care services that are designed to help your senior loved one live independently and happily in their own homes. We will consult with your family every step of the way, and strive to do everything possible to keep your senior loved one safe and healthy.

Comfort Keepers has served families in Easton, St. Michaels, Oxford, in Talbot County, MD, the surrounding counties on the MidShore, and around the world with expert, loving senior care for many years. We personally understand that your senior loved one may wish to live their golden years at home, though they may need some extra assistance. Our in home care services make this possible.

Comfort Keepers, based in Easton, Maryland, takes a unique approach to home care through Interactive Caregiving. Our caregivers take every opportunity to upgrade everyday caregiving into significant and meaningful experiences for our senior clients. Interactive Caregiving allows Comfort Keepers to raise a senior's quality of life much higher than that of typical in home care service providers. From companionship to exercise to homemaker services, our loving caregivers will be there for your senior loved one. We will do everything possible to make sure they are living safely and happily.
District Court of Talbot County
Phone Number (410) 819-5850; Toll-free Number (In-state only) 1-800-941-2195
Address 108 W. Dover Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm, except legal holidays
Website www.mdcourts.gov/district/directories/courtmap.html#TALBOT
Description The jurisdiction of the court includes all landlord-tenant cases, replevin actions, motor vehicle violations, misdemeanors and certain felonies. In civil cases the District Court has exclusive jurisdiction in claims for $5,000 or less, and concurrent jurisdiction with the circuit courts in claims for amounts above $5,000 but less than $30,000. The jurisdiction of the District Court is concurrent with that of the circuit court in criminal cases, classified as misdemeanors and certain felonies, in which the penalty may be confinement for 3 years or more or a fine of $2,500 or more. The District Court does not conduct jury trials.

No food or drink is allowed. For assistance with special needs, contact the court immediately. Parking: metered lot next to building.
Dixon House: Independent and Assisted Living
Phone Number (410) 822-6661
Address 108 N. Higgins Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours 24/7
Website www.dixonhouse.org
Description The Dixon House maintains a reputation for consistent delivery of excellence in care, as well as a commitment to resident comfort and safety, giving peace of mind to residents and families. Professionally trained and supervised staff provide personal attention and care to each resident, encouraging a vibrant lifestyle - a hallmark of living at The Dixon House.

Services include:
- 24/7 certified nursing care, including medication administration, blood pressure, blood sugar & weight monitoring
- Full-time, Registered Nurse on site
- Three well–balanced nutritious meals, daily snacks & room service during illness
- Daily exercise and recreational activities
- Weekly linen and laundry service
- Weekly hairdresser, manicurist and pedicurist
- Daily trash removal and weekly housekeeping
- General maintenance of building & landscape
-Business Office services, i.e. stamps, copies and fax
Easton Bowl
Phone Number (410) 822-3426
Address 101 Marlboro Road #39, P.O. Box 206, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Hours vary between Fall and Summer
Website www.eastonbowl.com
Description Bowling and arcade for the whole family. Book a private room for your next event, party, or fundraiser.

Whether you are a pro, looking to improve, or just want a good time with friends, a bowling league is a fantastic way to get regular doses of fun, exercise, and friendly competition. And don't forget the other perks like $2.50 practice games, free shoe rental, PLUS your league's prizes, fresh oil pattern, and reserved time slot.
Email eastonbowlingcenter@gmail.com
Easton Premier Cinemas
Phone Number (410) 822-9950
Address Tred Avon Plaza, 210 Marlboro Avenue, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.tritonmovies.com/easton/Home%202015.html
Description Easton Premier Cinemas is your local movie theater. Handicapped accessible and equipped with the following features:

* Fully Remodeled Facility
* Self Serve Soda w/FREE Refills
* Self Serve Popcorn Topping
* 3D
* DTS™ Digital Sound
* Large Bright Screens
* Newly Upgraded Seating With Cupholders And Extra Leg Room
* Clean Restrooms And Facility
Family Support and Resource Center
Phone Number 410-822-0330 ext.179
Address 12 Magnolia Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Office hours vary
Website www.tcps.k12.md.us/index.php/departments/special-education/family-support-and-resource-center
Description There are many different ways we offer support:
1-a one on one meeting to discuss any questions or concerns you may have about your child's Individualized Education Program (IEP)
2-attending an IEP meeting with you at your child's school
3-a referral to a person, resource or agency that turns out to be the next best step for a particular situation
4-borrowing a book or DVD that speaks directly to a specific disability or issue
Email sbehrens@tcps.k12.md.us
HeartFields Assisted Living at Easton
Phone Number (410) 820-4400
Address 700 Port St, Easton, MD 21601
Hours 24/7
Website www.fivestarseniorliving.com/communities/md/easton/heartfields-assisted-living-at-easton
Description HeartFields Assisted Living at Easton is a senior living community offering spacious assisted living apartments with kitchenette, as well as secure and comfortable accommodations in our award-winning Bridge to Rediscovery program for people with Alzheimer’s or related dementias.

Our many services and amenities include chef-inspired dining, 24-hour staff, a full slate of social, educational, and recreational activities, exercise and wellness programs, full-service beauty salon and barber shop, game room, library, wireless Internet, transportation, laundry, and housekeeping.
Home Instead Senior Care
Phone Number (410) 709-1605
Address 8626 Brooks Drive, Unit 202, Easton, MD 21601
Hours 24/7
Website www.homeinstead.com/561
Description Home Instead Senior Care provides non-medical home care services to older adults in their homes. These services include companionship, light housekeeping, safety assistance, medication reminders, meal preparation and transportation. Home Instead Senior Care is also licensed to provide personal care services, which includes assistance with toileting, bathing, transferring, feeding and dressing. Services are customized to meet the individual needs of each client and can provide up to 24 hours care.
Homecall of Easton
Phone Number (410) 822-4020
Address 29509 Canvasback Drive Suite 204, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday, 8am to 4:30pm; 24/7 nurse on-call
Website lhcgroup.com/locations/homecall-of-easton
Description Homecall provides personal services in the home including homemaker services and other help with the activities of daily living including toileting, light housekeeping, companionship, and dressing.
Imagination Library of Talbot County
Phone Number (410) 770-8732
Address 122 Hughlett Street, Easton MD 21601
Website www.ImaginationLibraryofTalbotCounty.org
Description Imagination Library of Talbot County’s primary mission is to address the very important need to expose children birth to age 5 to a literature and vocabulary rich environment by mailing high quality, age-appropriate books directly to their homes each month at no cost to their families. After registering, the first book takes about eight to ten weeks to arrive at your home and then you will receive a new book each month until your child turns five.

All preschool-aged children under the age of five, who live in Talbot County are eligible for this program. Parents can register for this free program on the website.
Email imaginationlibrarytcinfo@gmail.com
Kiln Born Creations
Phone Number (410) 770-9091
Address 1 S. Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Sunday - Thursday: 10am to 7pm; Friday & Saturday: 10am to 9pm
Website www.kilnborncreations.com
Description We are a paint your own pottery studio. We offer a variety of services including pottery painting, glass fusing, canvas painting, and hand-building raw clay. Whether you're looking to book a birthday party, attend one of our monthly workshops, sign up for summer camp, or put on a fundraising event, we've got you covered.
Lion’s Club – Easton
Phone Number (410) 829-4190 for Frank Divilio
Address Meets at the VFW, 355 Glebe Rd, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday, September-May at 6:30PM
Website www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/eastonmd
Description Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.

Local Projects:
- Kids Sight Program
- Christmas Tree Sales
- Volunteering with Care Packs
- Work With Leos
- Pickering Creek Hoe Down
- Eyeglass Program
- Low Vision Testing
- Waterfowl Festival
Maryland Access Point (MAP)
Phone Number (410) 822-2869
Address Upper Shore Aging: 100 Schauber Road, Chestertown, MD 21620
Website www.marylandaccesspoint.info
Description Maryland Access Point (MAP), part of Upper Shore Aging, provides a link for caregivers, seniors, and disabled persons with resources in the community of Caroline, Kent, and Talbot counties.

MAP empowers individuals to effectively navigate their health and support options by providing information on a full range of community resources and long-term care programs. The program provides this in the form of personalized and objective assistance so that older adults, persons with disabilities, and caregivers can make decisions about meeting their current and future needs.

MAP counselors can offer referrals for community based services to help people who live alone or with others in order to potentially avoid nursing home stays.

MAP counselors can also provide links to services such as home-delivered meals, transportation, home modifications, energy assistance, legal resources, and state health insurance program assistance (Medicaid and/or Medicare).

For local contact, visit: www.marylandaccesspoint.info/consite/connect
Maryland Community for Life-Talbot
Phone Number (410) 443-0760
Address 10 S. Hanson Street, Suite 18, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday, 9am to 3:30pm
Website www.mdcommunityforlifetalbot.org
Description Maryland Community For Life-Talbot (formerly Talbot Village Connections) offers innovative options for safe and healthy aging for seniors aged 65 and older who live in Talbot County and wish to live independently in their own homes.

Our Talbot Aging Well program offers a guaranteed package of services that include these core services and more:
- Service Navigation
- Home Maintenance
- Home Maintenance and Safety Assessment
- Transportation
- Social and Educational Programs

We are a fee-based membership program supported by a Service Navigator, licensed home maintenance professionals, and a Volunteers Corp.

We invite you to learn more about us and sign up to be a member, volunteer, service provider or supporter.

Like us on Facebook!
Email communityforlifetalbot@gmail.com
Mailing Address PO Box 272, Easton, MD 21601
Maryland Legal Aid Bureau – Upper Eastern Shore
Phone Number (410) 763-9676
Address 106 N. Washington St., Suite 101, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday: 9am to 5pm
Website www.mdlab.org
Description A non-profit law firm which provides free legal assistance. Helps with most civil (non-criminal) legal problems. Categories include the following issues: family and domestic, children in need of supervision, housing problems, public benefits, consumer problems and institutional problems.
Medical Assistance Personal Care Program – Talbot County Health Dept.
Phone Number (410) 767-1739, (410) 819-5640
Address 100 S Hanson St, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday: 8am to 5pm
Website health.maryland.gov/talbotcounty/Adult_Services/Pages/MAPC.aspx
Description The Medical Assistance Personal Care Program helps individuals who have a chronic illness, medical condition, or disability remain in their homes. Services provided assist individuals with basic domestic activities of daily living. The program has been renamed to allow for the different levels of services provided:
- Community Options Waiver
- Community First Choice (CFC)
- Community Personal Assistance Services (CPAS)

These three programs work hand-in-hand to provide community services and supports. They empower older adults and people with disabilities to live in the community.

Referrals can be accepted at Talbot County Health Department by telephone, fax, mail, or in person. A licensed registered nurse will complete an evaluation for services in the client’s home or place of residence. Medical information from the client’s medical provider is required.

Visit the web for more information about these programs.
Mentoring Youth and Supporting Families Impacted by Incarceration – Talbot Mentors
Phone Number (410) 770-5999
Address 108 Maryland Ave, Suite 102, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.talbotmentors.org
Description Mentoring matches for children and youth with an incarcerated parent/caregiver through Talbot Mentors. Support groups and case management are available for caregivers and children impacted by the incarceration of a parent.
Mid Shore Community Mediation Center
Phone Number (410) 820-5553
Address 8626 Brooks Drive, Suite 204, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday, 9am to 5pm
Website www.midshoremediation.org
Description Mid Shore Community Mediation Center provides mediation and conflict resolution services for all types of disputes and situations, please contact us if you have questions about how mediation may be suitable for your conflict. In addition to mediation, we offer group meeting facilitation and conflict management workshops.

Some types of disputes where mediation or facilitation is often helpful are:
- Parenting Plan/Custody Agreements
- Landlord-Tenant Issues
- Roomate/Neighbor Relationships
- Parent-Teen Discussions
- Small Claims Cases
- Employment/Business Disputes
- Elder Care
- Family/Wedding Planning
- Community Issues
- Organizational Strategic Planning

Mediation is sometimes called Alternative Dispute Resolution, Conflict Resolution, or Dispute Resolution.

Mediation and facilitation services are provided to the public FREE of charge.
Email info@midshoremediation.org
Mid Shore Dance Academy
Phone Number (410) 443-4878
Address 8221 Teal Dr., #101, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.midshoredance.org
Description With a focus on community rather than competition, our family-friendly dance studio provides amazing experiences in dance for all ages and levels.

Our unparalleled quality in dance education is healthy, structured physical activity, and so much more.
Whether they are pursuing a career in dance, or looking for a fun recreational experience, all of our students develop their artistry, confidence, and self-esteem, as well as their balance, strength, and agility. They
build healthy, enduring relationships through supportive group interaction in a positive atmosphere.

Engage your child in dance and watch them soar.
Email midshoredanceacademy@gmail.com
Mid-Shore Pro Bono
Phone Number (410) 690-8128
Address 8 S. West Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday: 9:30am to 3pm
Website www.midshoreprobono.org
Description Mid-Shore Pro Bono provides legal assistance to individuals throughout the Eastern Shore. If you have a legal problem that involves any of the following matters listed below, we can help you find legal assistance.

- Bankruptcy
- Consumer Debt/Debt Buyer
- Foreclosure
- Small Claims
- Child Custody and/or Visitation
- Legal Separation
- Guardianship
- Divorce
- Elderly Family Member(s)
- Advanced Medical Directives
- Wills or Probate
- Landlord-Tenant Dispute
- Power of Attorney
- Tort Defense
- Limited Immigration Legal Services

Mid-Shore Pro Bono Inc., does NOT handle criminal cases, traffic cases, Protective Orders/Peace Orders or appeals.

Family Law Project provides legal assistance for divorce, custody, child support and other family law related matters. This project has the highest volume of requests among our programs. The need for child custody assistance has increased by over 80% just in the last year due to the opioid crisis --we prioritize providing services for these impacted families.

Elder Law Project provides elderly clients with personal, confidential legal advice through free legal clinics. Clients can obtain wills, powers of attorney and advance medical directives free of charge. MSPB recently launched a new initiative to provide legal guidance for caregivers seeking to obtain guardianship of elderly or disabled adults in response to increased requests for this assistance.

Consumer Debt and Housing Project assists people struggling with foreclosure, consumer debt, bankruptcy, employment/record expungements, housing and other matters preventing them from achieving economic stability. In November 2019, MSPB will launch a financial and legal literacy outreach campaign featuring a series of workshops aimed at educating clients about household budgeting, renting and buying a home, expungement and navigating unemployment.

Restorative Justice Project offers several Alternate Dispute Resolution options for youth and adults facing complex legal issues, crime and conflict. We make Community Conferencing available for incident-based referrals and utilize Restorative Dialogue Circles as a proactive tool for engaging youth in safe open discussions. Our goal is to provide options for keeping our region’s youth out of the juvenile justice system.

Immigrant Assistance Project provides secure, safe legal assistance and counseling to immigrants living and working in our community. The Eastern Shore is home to an increasing number of immigrants due to the high demand for farmworkers and other laborers. MSPB has seen the demand for services in this project triple over the last year. MSPB is accredited by the Department of Justice to provide limited immigration legal services and works with a small panel of volunteer attorneys to provide legal guidance for immigration, asylum, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, and deportation defense. MSPB is currently expanding its services to include standby guardianships for children of immigrants in danger of being detained or deported.
Email info@midshoreprobono.org
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Phone Number (410) 745-3462
Address P.O. Box 716, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.naacptalbot.org
Description The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.

The NAACP Talbot County Branch meets on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 6:00 pm at:​

Talbot Senior Center, 2nd Floor Conference Room
400 Brookletts Avenue
Easton, MD 21601

ALL ARE WELCOME.
Email naacptalbot@gmail.com
Neighborhood Service Center
Phone Number (410) 822- 5015
Address 126 Port Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday, 8am to 5pm
Website www.nsctalbotmd.org
Description Neighborhood Service Center has programs in place to help the citizens of Talbot County in many areas of life:

- After School Youth Program
- Donations
- Emergency Food Pantry
- Emergency Services Program
- Electric Universal Service Program
- Maryland Energy Assistance Program
- Rental Allowance Program
- Representative Payee Program
- Ridgeway Transitional Homeless Shelter
- Summer Youth Program
Nursing Home Abuse Center
Phone Number (877) 340-3714
Website www.nursinghomeabusecenter.com
Description An online resource center for information on nursing home abuse, nursing home neglect, elderly injuries, legal options, compensation and other resources. Get a free legal case review!
Oxford Community Center
Phone Number (410) 226-5904
Address 200 Oxford Road, Oxford, MD 21654
Hours Monday - Friday: 9am to 1pm
Website www.oxfordcc.org
Description The Oxford Community Center (OCC) has served as a community resource for over 80 years, first as a grammar school and then a high school and, for the last quarter century, as a cultural activities center and meeting place. OCC provides to residents and visitors alike a year-round schedule of social, cultural, and recreational programs and events.
Email oxfordcc@verizon.net
Park View at Easton
Phone Number (410) 770-3070
Address 640 Mecklenburg Avenue, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday: 9am to 4pm
Website easton.enterpriseresidential.org
Description Senior Living in Talbot County offering:

COMMUNITY - Robust and diverse activity schedules with opportunities for entertainment, education and socializing with neighbors

AFFORDABILITY - Enjoy the highest-quality apartment home, amenities and services at a price that won't break the bank

AMENITIES - Extra touches include a beautifully landscaped courtyard and patio, lending library, game lounge and fitness room

COMFORT - Relax in your bright, spacious apartment home or enjoy a cup of tea in the beautifully appointed community room

CONVENIENCE - 24-hour emergency maintenance and easy accessibility to bus transportation, shopping, Memorial Hospital at Easton and the local senior center. The Park View bus is available for resident outings to shopping, museums, lunches and more

LOCATION - Park View at Easton serves Easton, Cordova, Preston, Cambridge and the surrounding areas
Partners in Care
Phone Number (410) 822-1803
Address 8694 Commerce Drive #1, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday: 8:30am to 5pm
Website www.partnersincare.org
Description We are the recognized leader in Maryland for programs and services that support the independence of older adults using the time and talents of our members, leadership, and staff. Partners In Care promotes active engagement of our members and their families by offering services in exchange for their donated time and talents. Our members remain actively involved in their community through transportation and home repair programs, as well as a meaningful social network of care. Our programs and services contribute to the safety and well-being of our members.
Phillips Wharf Environmental Center
Phone Number (410) 886-9200
Address 6129 Tilghman Island Road, Tilghman, MD 21671
Hours Guided tours of the estuarium, gardens, and oyster aquaculture operation are available 7 days a week from Memorial Day to Labor day, Wednesday – Monday from March 1 – December 1st and weekends during the winter. We are open 10 am – 4 pm.
Website www.phillipswharf.org
Description Phillips Wharf Environmental Center located on Tilghman Island, MD is a non-profit organization created to provide a hands-on experience and education with the animals and plants that inhabit the Chesapeake Bay region. In addition to learning about the environment, visitors also learn how the Chesapeake Bay watermen harvest the Bay's resources

Our mission is nothing short of saving our precious Chesapeake Bay as a natural resource and as a source of healthy seafood and productive jobs for our residents along its shores. It is through our many programs that we can help others understand how the daily decisions we make each day can impact the Bay and its health and well-being.

Phillips Wharf Environmental Center is supported by volunteers, interns, grants, donations and memberships from generous people who want to take action to help restore the Bay and its inhabitants.fvol
Email info@phillipswharf.org
Pickering Creek Audubon Center
Phone Number (410) 822-4903
Address 11450 Audubon Lane, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm; Trail Hours: Dusk 'til dawn, every day
Website pickeringcreek.audubon.org
Description Explore, restore, volunteer, enjoy our 400-acre working farm on the Eastern Shore of Maryland situated next to the tidal Pickering Creek.

Site Features:
- More than four miles of walking trails
- Bird viewing blinds and platforms
- Bluebird trail
- Freshwater pond
- 120-acres restored non-tidal wetland
- 100 acres of hardwood forest
- Successional scrub/shrub habitat
- Children's Imagination Garden
- Herb garden maintained by the Chesapeake Bay Herb Society
- Water access for individuals launching Canoes or Kayaks
Portals Games & Comics
Phone Number (410) 800-8787
Address 415A E Dover Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Saturday: 11am to 9pm; Sunday: 11am to 6pm
Website tcg.portalsshop.com
Description We are a shop that deals in comics, tabletop games, and more. Our location is half play space and the other half retail.
Email contact@portalshop.com
Register of Wills
Phone Number (410) 770-6700
Address Talbot County Courthouse, North Wing Suite 14, 11 North Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday: 8am to 4:30pm
Website www.registers.maryland.gov/main/talbot.html
Description The Register of Wills is responsible for appointing personal representatives to administer decedents’ estates and for overseeing the proper and timely administration of these proceedings. We also perform the following duties: assist and advise the public in the preparation of all required forms; maintain and preserve the permanent record of all proceedings; serve as the Clerk to the Orphans’ Court; track estates and refer delinquent matters to the Court; determine and collect inheritance taxes and probate fees/court costs; audit accounts of personal representatives and guardians; mail various notices and court orders to interested persons; and, verify compliance with court orders. As a service we provide safekeeping for wills of living persons.
Senior Care Program – Talbot County Health Dept.
Phone Number (410) 819-5600
Address 100 S. Hanson Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday: 8am to 5pm
Website www.health.maryland.gov/talbotcounty/Adult_Services/Pages/Senior_Care.aspx
Description The Talbot County Senior Care Program is funded by the Maryland Department of Aging and supplemented with County funding. It is administered by the Talbot County Health Department in partnership with Upper Shore Aging and the Department of Social Services.

The Senior Care program provides case management and funds for services for people 65 or older who may be at risk of nursing home placement. Senior Care allows seniors to live with dignity and in the comfort of their own homes and at a lower cost than nursing facility care. Senior Care provides a comprehensive assessment of an individual's needs, a case manager to secure and coordinate services, and a pool of gapfilling funds to purchase services for individuals who meet program eligibility requirements. Services may include personal care, chore service, medications, medical supplies, adult day care, respite care, home delivered meals, transportation, and emergency response systems.
Shore Home Care – University of Maryland
Phone Number (410) 820-6052
Address 121 Federal Street, Suite 3, Easton, MD, 21601
Hours Monday – Friday: 8:30am to 4:30 pm. Nursing staff is on call 24/7
Website www.umms.org/shore/locations/home-care
Description UM Shore Home care helps patients maintain optimal health and independence in their home setting, which can include a family residence, a group home or a residential care facility. We undertake several initiatives to help our patients achieve and maintain optimal health in their home settings, including:

- Educating patients and their families to properly use equipment at home
- Ensuring compliance with medication and rehabilitation regime
- Assisting hospitals and physicians in decreasing patient hospital length of stay and readmissions
- Increasing safety awareness
- Decreasing fall risk
- Learn more about UM Shore Home Care.

Working with a patient's primary health care provider, our home care team develops an individualized program of care to meet the patient's needs. Each patient will receive a detailed care plan, and progress will be reviewed and care plans updated as necessary every 60 days.

Skilled Nursing Services:
- Cardiac care
- Catheter care
- COPD care
- Diabetes care and education
- Diet instruction and nutritional support
- Dressing (bandage changes)
- Injections
- Orthopedic care
- Pain management
- Stroke care/terminal illness care
- Rehabilitation
- Wound care
Shore Pedal and Paddle
Phone Number (410) 745-2320
Address 500 South Talbot Street, St. Michaels, MD
Website www.shorepedalandpaddle.com
Description Shore Pedal & Paddle offers Bicycle, Kayak and Stand up paddleboard rentals, sales, tours and instruction. We are located on the main street of beautiful St. Michaels, Maryland. We have a floating dock in St, Michaels Marina and a kayak launch down the street on San Domingo Creek. We rent by the hour, 1/2 day, full day and weekly. Our season is April 1st - October 31st. Come Play with us. Trip adviser reviewed. Visit the web for rental rates and more information.
Email shorepedalandpaddle@yahoo.com
St. Michaels Community Center
Phone Number (410) 745-6073
Address 103 Railroad Avenue, St. Michaels, MD 21663
Website www.stmichaelscc.org
Description The Mission statement of the Saint Michaels Community Center is to promote and provide quality activities and services that will contribute to the physical, emotional and social well being of the community.

The Vision of the Saint Michaels Community Center is to enhance the quality of life and to fill the unmet needs of our community through the following;

Provide supervised program opportunities for the enrichment of our children and teens.

Provide activities and services for senior citizens.

Provide affordable recreational, social, and educational activities to the community residents of all ages regardless of ethnicity gender or economic status.

Develop partnerships with other non-profit groups and community–oriented organizations.

Provide exemplary management of the Center and its activities.
Mailing Address P. O. Box 354, St. Michaels, MD 21663
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Phone Number (410) 770-4505
Address 29533 Canvasback Drive, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Center Hours: Tuesday: 1pm to 4pm; Saturday: 9am to noon
Website www.svdpeastonmd.org
Description The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a worldwide Catholic organization of lay people, open to all who wish to live their faith by loving and serving their neighbors.

Members of the Society provide person-to-person service to help those in need, regardless of race, creed, gender or religion. We perform our works of charity quietly and respectfully, preserving the dignity of all those we encounter. No work of charity is foreign to us.

Our Services include:
- Free and low cost food to those who know hunger;
- Emergency Payments for utilities, rent, mortgage to maintain a viable life;
- Emergency Shelter- temporary housing for the homeless;
- Furniture and Household Goods to provide a comfortable pace to live;
- Clothing- free and low cost clothes for the disadvantaged;
- Comfort- Embracing the lonely, forgotten, and alienated
Mailing Address PO Box 783, Easton, MD 21601
Email svdpeastonmd@gmail.com
State’s Attorney
Phone Number (410) 770-8060
Address 20 N West Street, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.talbotcountymd.gov/index.php?page=States_Attorney
Description The State's Attorney's Office is primarily responsible for the investigation and prosecution of criminal cases at the trial level. 
Talbot Coalition Against Racism (TCAR)
Website www.facebook.com/TCAR21601
Description Racism exists in Talbot County, and people are treated unfairly because of the color of their skin. TCAR’s mission is to help each of us face and better understand that fact, building a foundation for change and action.

In recent times the racism in our community has not erupted in some dramatic, headline grabbing incident or disruption for all to see. Yet sad is the fact that very many blacks (and Latinos too) still, in 2020, experience of episodes of unfair treatment, indignities, and discrimination simply due to the color of their skin. And many do not speak up. Now is the time to speak.

Joining TCAR is a commitment to imagine walking in that other person’s shoes.

Joining TCAR is a commitment to try and understand what racism is, to try and better see the acts big and small, the thoughtless omissions, the legal arrangements, the unexamined customs that comprise racism in all facets of our lives, and the fears that surround the prospect of change.

Joining TCAR is a commitment that you will work towards specific concrete reforms and changes in our community that YOU think will enhance racial justice here and now—not what someone else thinks, and not what the leadership of TCAR thinks.

We’re inviting everyone of good will who wishes to work peaceably for racial justice in our County—families, individuals, businesses, and organizations– to join us in this essential work.
Email TCAR21601@gmail.com
Talbot County Department of Social Services (DSS)
Phone Number (410) 770-4848
Address 301 Bay Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday: 8am to 5pm
Website www.dhr.maryland.gov/local-offices/talbot-county
Description Programs and Services include:
- Adoption Services
- Adult Protective Services (APS)
- Child Care Program, Purchase of Care (POC)
- Child Support Enforcement
- Energy Assistance
- Family Support Services
- Food Stamps (FS)
- Foster Care Services (FCS)
- Homelessness Prevention Program
- In-Home Aide Services (IHAS)
- Location & Contact Information
- Medical Assistance (MA)
- Project HOME
- Social Services to Adults (SSTA)
- Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA)

To report abuse/neglect after hours: (410) 822-3101
Email talbot.customer@maryland.gov
Talbot County Free Library – Easton Branch
Phone Number (410) 822-1626
Address 100 W. Dover Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday and Thursday: 9am to 8pm, Tuesday and Wednesday: 9am to 6pm, Friday and Saturday: 9am to 5pm (E-resources and e-classes available 24/7)
Website www.tcfl.org
Description Services Provided:
Free access to books, ebooks, audiobooks, DVD's, magazines, newspapers, 24/7 research databases, online classes and tutoring, and more! Also free public computers with internet access and free wifi. Free scanning to email, free meeting rooms for qualified groups, quiet study rooms and educational programs for all ages. Color printing/photocopies for $.25 a page, black and white computer printing for $.10 a page. Black and white photocopies for $.15 to $.25 a page.
Talbot County Free Library – St. Michaels Branch
Phone Number (410) 745-5877
Address 106 Fremont St., St. Michaels, MD 21663
Hours Monday and Thursday: 9am to 8pm, Tuesday and Wednesday: 9am to 6pm, Friday and Saturday: 9am to 5pm (E-resources and e-classes available 24/7)
Website www.tcfl.org
Description Services Provided:
Free access to books, ebooks, audiobooks, DVD's, magazines, newspapers, 24/7 research databases, online classes and tutoring, and more! Also free public computers with internet access and free wifi. Free scanning to email, free meeting rooms for qualified groups, and educational programs for all ages. Color printing/photocopies for $.25 a page, black and white computer printing for $.10 a page. Black and white photocopies for $.15 to $.25 a page.
Talbot County Historical Society
Phone Number (410) 822-0773
Address 30 S Washington Street, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Mary Jenkins House: Wednesday – Friday: 10am to 3pm or by appointment, April-December. Neall House Galleries: Saturday: 10am to 3pm, April through December
Website www.talbothistory.org
Description Talbot County is a special place. We believe that it is our responsibility to contribute to the quality of life in the county by providing all who are interested in an opportunity to learn our rich history and to share in the experience of life here through the ages. Our mission is to provide educational opportunities to the citizens of our county so they may learn from the past and use that knowledge to build a future that preserves Talbot County as one of the best places to live.

Our administrative offices are located on the second floor of the historic Mary Jenkins House.
Talbot County Parks and Recreation
Phone Number (410) 770-8050
Address 10028 Ocean Gateway, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Monday - Friday: 8am to 4:30pm
Website www.talbotcountymd.gov/index.php?page=Parks_and_Recreation
Description The Talbot County Department of Parks and Recreation (TCDPR) invites you to enjoy the finest natural resources, recreational facilities, and programs available on Maryland's Eastern Shore.

We are responsible for public recreation programs, as well as the maintenance, procurement, and development of county-owned recreational facilities. TCDPR also operates the Talbot County Community Center, George Murphy Community Pool, Bay Hundred Community Pool, manages 13 public park sites and 29 public landings.

Check out the 2020/2021 Program Guide Here: www.talbotparks.org/application/files/2515/8627/2090/TCPR_2020-2021_Program_Guide_WEB.pdf
Talbot County Teen Court
Address 600 Dover Road, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.mdtca.org/mdtca-members/talbot-county-teen-court
Description Talbot County Teen Court was started in 1999. It is a voluntary diversion program run by teens for teens. Respondents must be between the ages of 13-17, first time offenders, Talbot County residents, and admit their guilt.

In Teen Court, volunteers perform the roles of the prosecuting and defense attorneys, bailiff, clerk, Judge, and jury. Cases are referred to Teen Court by local law enforcement agencies, school systems, and the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services.

Depending on the severity of the offense, Talbot County Teen Court employs minimum and maximum ranges of sanctions. Respondents all receive between 8-60 hours of community service and 1-4 jury duties, but the jury may also mandate that the youth attend educational programs, write an apology letter, or compose an essay about the incident.

Respondents have 60 days to complete their sanctions. If the youth fails to complete the assigned sanctions, his case is referred to the Department of Juvenile Services, where a petition may be filed for formal action.
Email tcteencourt@gmail.com
Talbot County Young Professionals
Phone Number (410) 822-4606
Address 101 Marlboro Ave, Suite 53, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.talbotyp.org
Description Bringing together the talents and insights of emerging young professionals (YPs), ages 21-40, in Talbot County is what YPs is all about. Brought to you by The Talbot County Chamber of Commerce, YPs is simply a network of diverse peers with a passion for making a difference, a willingness to learn, the desire to build important relationships and the energy to get involved in the community.

Too often, young professionals don’t feel like they have a place or voice in business meetings or in the community. Through the programs & resources delivered by YPs, young professionals will have more opportunities to develop professionally, get connected & shine.

Membership is FREE!
Email yp@talbotchamber.org
Talbot Hospice
Phone Number (410) 822-6681, 24-Hour Access Line (410) 822-2724
Address 586 Cynwood Drive, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.talbothospice.org
Description Talbot Hospice offers hope, compassionate support and services to all members of our community facing end-of-life issues. We provide patient and family care, community education and advocacy while respecting both curative and palliative treatment choices.
• 24/7 availability for assistance by a nurse
• Expert pain and symptom management by physicians and nursing staff
• Emotional and spiritual support for patients, families and friends by social workers and chaplains
• Regular visits in the patient's home and/or wherever they may call home such as skilled nursing or assisted living facilities
• Companionship and assistance from trained volunteers
• Therapies: speech, physical, occupational, music, massage and dietary counseling as needed
• Medications related to the hospice diagnosis
• Medical equipment and supplies related to the hospice diagnosis
• We care for patients regardless of their ability to pay
Talbot Rising
Website www.talbotrising.org
Description Talbot Rising is a nonpartisan progressive grassroots volunteer organization using the power of peaceful resistance, education, and issue advocacy for economic, social, racial, and environmental justice in Talbot County on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Email talbot.rising@gmail.com
The Lab
Phone Number (443) 336-3218
Address 26 Creamery Lane, Easton, MD 21601
Hours Updated class schedule is available on Facebook
Website www.thelabeaston.com
Description The LAB Martial Arts & Fitness Center is a progressive, forward thinking multi-purpose learning facility focusing on the family unit as a whole. Its goal is to provide a safe, healthy and challenging environment for all ages.

In addition to focusing on the martial arts including Karate and Jiu Jitsu, the LAB provides transportation for before and after school care from area schools, day camps for off school times and monthly Parents Night Out. From programs like Mommy & Me designed for new mothers and their babies to exercise and grow together to Senior Stretching for the young at heart to keep moving and everything in between, the LAB is there for every step of the journey we call life.

Fitness is a state of mind and the LAB strives to be on the cutting edge of the latest health trends and updates programs to adjust to new technologies and data from the medical community.

Providing a place for our children and youth to be part of a group where teamwork and unity are the rule, the LAB offers activities, learning and discipline that sets each student up for success in school and the future.
The Pines – Genesis Eldercare
Phone Number (410) 822-4000; 1-866-745-CARE (Care Helpline)
Address 610 Dutchman's Lane, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.genesishcc.com
Description The Pines is an AHCA Bronze Quality Award winner and AMDA/EverCare Award winner for improving the lives we touch through high-quality care. Provides 24 hour skilled nursing, discharge planning, case management, Individual treatment plans, nutritional needs management, wellness programs, dementia services, coordinated transportation, organized events, physical therapy, speech therapy. Visit the web for a full list of services and amenities.
University of Maryland Extension – Talbot County
Phone Number (410) 822-1244
Address 28577 Mary's Court, Suite 1, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.extension.umd.edu/talbot-county
Description We are a local service to residents of Talbot County who are looking for educational programs in many topics that relate to agriculture, the Chesapeake Bay, youth programs, gardening, nutrition, health, the environment, and more....

University of Maryland Extension - Talbot County has a mission of “Solutions In Your Community.” We achieve this mission by providing citizens with consultations, fact sheets, community 4-H clubs and programs for youth, workshops, courses, and newsletters.

Our mission is to educate citizens and help them learn to apply practical, research-based knowledge to issues facing individuals, families, communities, the state, and the world. County Extension offices are located in each of Maryland's 23 counties and Baltimore City.
Upper Shore Aging
Phone Number (410) 778-6000; (410) 758-6500
Address 100 Schauber Road, Chestertown, MD 21620
Website www.uppershoreaging.org
Description Upper Shore Aging, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that is the designated Area Agency on Aging for Talbot, Caroline and Kent counties, Maryland, serving a potential market of nearly 22,000 persons over the age of sixty years. Our organization develops and manages a coordinated program of services that work together with a goal of helping elders to remain, and live well, in the community as long as possible. Upper Shore Aging, Inc. works closely with the Maryland Department of Aging to serve the needs of its clients.

Visit: www.uppershoreaging.org/counties.php for a list of services by County.
VFW 5118
Phone Number (410) 822-8619
Address 355 Glebe Road, Easton MD 21601
Website www.vfw5118.com
Description Our Mission:
To foster camaraderie among United States veterans of overseas conflicts. To serve our veterans, the military, and our communities. To advocate on behalf of all veterans.

Our Vision:
Ensure that veterans are respected for their service, always receive their earned entitlements, and are recognized for the sacrifices they and their loved ones have made on behalf of this great country.
Email VFWPOST5118@verizon.net
Visiting Angels
Phone Number (443) 746-0494
Address 221 Glenwood Avenue, Easton, MD 21601
Website www.visitingangels.com/mideasternshore
Description Serving Easton, Salisbury, St. Michaels, Chestertown, Kent Island and the Eastern Shore, we are the preferred local provider of in home care services to seniors. Our agency provides non-medical senior care, elderly care, memory care, personal care, social care, companion care, and in home care to elderly persons. If you have an aging parent or loved one who wishes to remain independent at home, in home care from Visiting Angels Easton can help.

Length of Care Service
- Hourly Care
- 24/7 Multiple Shift Care
- Live In Care
- Weekends & Holidays
- Affordable Hourly Rate
- Temporary or Long Term Care

Types of Service
- “Activities of Daily Living” (ADL)
- Custodial Care
- Assistance in Dressing
- Bathing/Showering
- Medication Reminders
- Hospice support
- Meal Preparation
- Light Housekeeping
- Errands, Shopping, Walks
- Doctors Visits
- Rewarding Companionship
- Respite for Family Caregivers
- Hygiene Assistance

Practices
- Licensed in requiring States
- Compassionate Caregivers
- Comprehensive background investigation including criminal checks
- Agencies bonded and insured
YMCA and Bay Hundred Senior Center – St. Michaels
Phone Number (410) 745-5963
Address 300 Seymour Avenue, St. Michaels, MD 21663
Hours Monday - Thursday: 5am to 9pm; Friday: 5am to 8pm; Saturday: 7am to 6pm; Sunday: 11am to 6pm
Website www.ymcachesapeake.org/locations/perkins-family-ymca-and-bay-hundred-senior-center
Description Full Service Senior Center, for anyone in the community age 60 and over, operated through Upper Shore Aging, and co-located within the YMCA. Center provides congregate meals, arts enrichment, educational seminars, and access to services. Membership to the YMCA is NOT required to participate in the Bay Hundred Senior Center programs and activities.

- 3 Lane lap pool with attached shallow-water teaching area with “in-pool” seating area.
- Two spacious Group Exercise Studios
- Multipurpose room
- Conference Room
- State-of-the-art Wellness Center with Life Fitness, Cybex, Hammer Strength, Sci Fit, Concept II and Octane Fitness equipment
- Gymnasium with indoor walking track around perimeter
- Men’s and Women’s locker rooms
- Two family changing rooms with lockers
- Co-Ed sauna (available during pool hours)
- Public restrooms located at the rear of facility available for use with outdoor recreational programs and sporting events.
- Prep kitchen
- Cardio Classes
- Strength Training Classes
- Yoga
- Pilates
- Zumba
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