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- Transport to all major airports
- Transport to all major train stations
- 24-hour airport service
- Traveling around Easton
- Long-distance taxi service
BayRunner Shuttle provides daily, scheduled, high quality transport services for airline passengers traveling from Cambridge, Salisbury, Easton, Kent Island, Ocean Pines and Ocean City to Baltimore-Washington International Airport or the Baltimore Greyhound Bus Terminal.
Our Location in Easton: We depart from the Main Terminal Building of the Easton Airport. There is a Bayrunner Shuttle counter inside the terminal that is unmanned. Your driver will attend to handling, ticketing and the collection of fares when the shuttle arrives. The terminal is located on Newnam Road just off Airport Road, approximately 1/4 mile west of US Route 50. Airport Road and Black Dog Alley cross Route 50 Just North of Easton. There is free parking at the airport.
Best Care Ambulance, Inc. operates transports from:
-hospital to hospital
-hospital medical appointments
Best Care Ambulance provides long distance transportation out of state if it is within approved mileage radius.
Non-Emergency Basic Life Support (BLS)
BLS transports are provided by a certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) for basic medical needs such as: Airway monitoring, oxygen administration and monitoring of vital signs.
Advanced Life Support (ALS)
ALS transports provide use of cardiac monitors, advanced airway equipment, and IV therapy/medications. Each ALS unit is equipped with advanced radio communications so that consultations can be made between doctors at the hospital for additional orders if necessary.
Specialty Care Transports
SCT transports provide a licensed registered nurse to administer critical care medical needs.
Wheelchair Van Transportation
Our wheelchair vans are Maryland licensed and equipped with a pull-out ramp and a 4 point restraint and wheel locking system.
Call for pricing, availability and/or information!
Carepacks is a weekend food program aimed at preventing hunger among Talbot County's most economically vulnerable students. We serve students at ALL Talbot County elementary schools.
Our goal, through a partnership with Talbot County Public Schools and the Mid-Shore Community Foundation, is to provide every eligible student with a backpack filled with healthy, easily accessible meals and snacks every Friday afternoon so that when students return to school on Mondays, they are well-nourished and ready to learn.
CarePack's hope is for students to better be able to focus on academic success because they are no longer distracted by hunger or by concerns about where their next meal is coming from.
Community Nutrition and Gardening Education – University of Maryland Extension
Serving Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne's, and Talbot counties, MUST is a collaborative public transportation effort between Delmarva Community Transit and Queen Anne’s County, County Ride providing fixed route and deviated fixed route services to the general public throughout Maryland’s Mid-and-Upper Eastern Shore. Special services are available for persons with disabilities or who are unable to use the regional fixed routes. Contact your local transportation provider for trip availability.
Delmarva Community Transit
410-221-1910 Dorchester County
410-479-3867 Caroline County
410-778-5187 Kent County
410-822-4155 Talbot County
1-866-645-7111 Travel Training Information
Queen Anne’s County, County Ride
MTA Commuter Bus
MD Relay #711
One Stop Office: 410-221-7600
As one of the earliest settled areas of the United States, the Delmarva Peninsula - including Talbot County and the town of Easton - has a long and proud history of self-sustainment. The rich farmland and extensive waterways have sustained our economy and provided a way of life for generations of Eastern Shore residents. In addition, modern consumers are showing an increasing demand for more locally grown, farm to table food goods.
The mission of the Easton Farmers Market is to provide a marketplace for farmers and vendors to sustain their local operations, while at the same time offering consumers a venue that fills their whole plate with local produce. From local produce growers to watermen and seafood distributors, from bakers to ranchers and local artisans, the Easton Farmers Market provides an entire meal and home decor in a friendly and festive environment.
Live Music Every Saturday 10:30-12:30
Easton Farmers Market is proud to support local non-profit organizations. Every Saturday, a non-profit can be found at the Washington Street parking lot entrance. Please stop by and engage the featured non-profit, volunteer or donate.
Emergency Assistance for Families & Children (EAFC) – Talbot County DSS
- Provides emergency cash assistance to families who need help paying an eviction notice, emergency fuel/heating shortage.
- Must have at least one related child under 21 living in the household.
- Must provide proof household can maintain on-going monthly rent and utilities.
- Available to a household only once in a 24-month period.
Whether you don’t have a car or just don’t want to drive, our taxi service is the most convenient way to get around. Our car service offers a safe, reliable, and affordable way to get where you need to go. Call for pricing details.
Food Supplement Program (Food Stamps) – Talbot County DSS
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), called the Food Supplement Program (FSP) in Maryland, formerly known as Food Stamps, helps low-income households buy the food they need for good health. Everyone has the right to apply for FSP.
Applicants must file an application, be interviewed, and meet all financial and technical eligibility factors prior to issuance of FSP benefits. Some people who have little or no money may qualify for Expedited Food Supplement benefits right away. They must have only an interview and verify identity.
Visit: http://dhr.maryland.gov/food-supplement-program/ for more information on income guidelines and/or to apply online.
We are a Christian-based organization that helps single moms and homeless families by providing temporary shelter, helping them set and reach goals, while working on a budget and a goal plan; teaching them to become independent while helping them to focus by taking away burdens that hold them back.
Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake, Inc. has spent more than 96 years collecting reusable items for resale in our retail stores and using the return to invest in hardworking individuals seeking stability and financial independence. Shopping with Goodwill means investing in the future of countless others, helping to better prepare those individuals for the workforce and instilling a sense of dignity and purpose.
Growing Healthy Habits – University of Maryland Extension
University of Maryland Extension’s Growing Healthy Habits is a gardening and nutrition education curriculum used in classrooms, after-school clubs, and summer programs for youth. The Growing Healthy Habits program uses growing food to teach about the link between nutrition and gardening.
Habitat for Humanity Choptank, an affiliate of “Habitat International“, is a nonprofit organization operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities and hope.
Through financial coaching, education and support, and access to affordable financing, Habitat Choptank provides an opportunity for individuals and families in our communities to purchase a quality construction, energy efficient, affordable home. Home ownership with Habitat Choptank creates a solid foundation for our hardworking neighbors to build their lives on.
Through Habitat Choptank, lives are changed, neighborhoods are revitalized, our community property tax revenue is enhanced, and we keep a solid workforce in our area.
ReStores are outlets that accept donated goods for resale. While every ReStore is a little different, most focus on home improvement goods—furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances. These donated goods are sold to the general public at a fraction of the retail price to help local affiliates fund their self-help housing program. This is not your regular thrift store!
Our mission is to be a resource united in providing food to families in their time of need. The food pantry through Harvest Of Hope serves families within the Talbot, Caroline, Dorchester, and Queen Anne counties. Senior Citizen Meals are delivered on Mondays and Tuesdays - to sign up for meal delivery, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To help combat the increasing problem of hunger in the community, this group of nine local faith congregations decided to expand on the winter Wednesday soup kitchen that was already running at Asbury United Methodist Church. We began making and delivering lunches throughout the year to people in Easton. During four winter months, Asbury provides soup and bread, with other congregations helping with desserts and fruit. On the rest of the year, each congregation acts independently on the assigned week and members of Asbury participate weekly with each group. Approximately 95-100 people, who are referred by the county Health Department and faith groups, receive lunches every Wednesday.
Great rates, excellent service and Easton's best in Professional Driving. Whether for personal or commercial transportation reasons, we have exactly what you need. If you're visiting the area and want to embark on a sightseeing tour, our trustworthy and helpful drivers will do their best to make your time with us as pleasant as possible.
Main Street Housing, Inc. is a nationally recognized and award-winning non-profit housing development organization in Maryland. We develop and manage quality, affordable, independent housing for individuals and families living with psychiatric disabilities. Visit our website for an application and qualification guidelines. Ask for Gloria Bowen when calling for information regarding Mid-Shore housing.
Maryland Energy Assistance Program (MEAP) – Neighborhood Service Center
The Maryland Food Bank – Eastern Shore Branch distributes food to eight counties: Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico, and Worcester.
In December 1980, the Maryland Food Bank opened a branch in Salisbury in order to better serve the rural populations of the Eastern Shore. In its first year, the branch distributed about 33,000 meals. In FY 2016, the branch distributed more than 4.9 million meals to food-insecure Marylanders.
Since its launch, the Maryland Food Bank – Eastern Shore Branch has grown its distribution significantly. In the last few years, the branch has expanded the Maryland Food Bank’s School Pantry Program, which distributes food to children and families in need throughout the school year to 18 pantries. The Maryland Food Bank – Eastern Shore Branch currently provides food to more than 252 distribution and community-based partners in the region.
Meals on Wheels is a national non-profit volunteer community service providing nutritional home-delivered meals, at cost, to qualified home bound seniors 60 years of age or older. Meals are also provided to disabled individuals unable to prepare or obtain adequate meals.
All meals are offered at a nominal cost during a period of need. This service is offered to qualified persons (disabled and seniors) who may benefit from it, regardless of income.
Meals are prepared and packaged at cost and delivered by volunteers three days a week: on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays to the individual’s home.
For more information about the program, to sign-up for meal delivery to your home, or to volunteer, please call the Center at 410.822.2869.
Medical Assistance Transportation – Health Department
Talbot County Health Department contracts with Delmarva Community Services/DCT to transport eligible ambulatory and wheelchair clients to their medical appointments. This program is NOT for emergency medical transportation services, nor does it cover transportation for other services than medical appointments. The medical service for which the transportation is provided must also be covered by the Maryland Medicaid Program. This program provides a nonemergency medical transportation source for Talbot County Medicaid recipients who have no other means of transportation. Riders must have an active medical assistance number.
Mom’s Meals is a leading national provider of fresh-made, home-delivered meals and nutrition services for individuals desiring convenience or independent living and for patients recuperating at home or managing a chronic disease.
Moveable Feast provides food to low income residents suffering from life-threatening diseases like AIDS, diabetes and cancer. Since 1989, Moveable Feast has delivered 12.3 million healthy meals at no cost to more than 14,600 sick and poor people in Maryland counties.
Distributes food through Emergency Food Pantry; provides meeting space for Alanon, Mental Health, Stroke and other support programs; Worship Services are at 10:00 every Sunday morning - Childrens’ Sunday School and Nursery are available during the service.
Ridgeway House - enables NSC to work with customers on a more intimate basis. Currently, this program allows shelter staff to provide case management and life skills training and to network with community partners to help move the homeless population toward self-sufficiency. Staff is available to help residents with their job and housing search as well as budgeting, resume building and basic computer skills. The Ridgeway House Shelter can house up to six adults (3 females and 3 males) for 30 days. Stays may be extended for residents who are close to achieving self-sufficiency.
The St. Mark's Thrift Shop, located at 311 East Dover Street in Easton, serves a diverse community. It offers quality, second-hand merchandise including clothing, housewares, etc. The shop is open for business on Monday 10 am to 12:30 pm and Thursday, Friday & Saturday 10 am to 2:00 pm.
The net proceeds from the shop's operation supports St. Mark’s Mission Fund and is a primary source of income for the fund.
The St. Michaels Community Center is now a Food Distribution site, helping the St. Vincent de Paul Society expand its reach for the Maryland Food Bank. To receive food donations from the Maryland Food Bank, please feel free to stop by our Railroad Ave. location anytime between 1 - 3 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Holiday Dinners are open to the public at Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter. A great opportunity to break bread with neighbors and friends. There's no charge and anyone is welcome. Dates and times will be posted on our Calendar of Events.
To donate food for distribution or holiday dinners, or to volunteer to work the dinners, please call Trish at 410-745-6073.
Non-perishable food is also available on a limited basis for anyone in need. Call Trish at 410-829-3883 if food is needed outside of office hours.
Non-perishables may be dropped off at anytime. Fresh food for holiday dinners may be dropped off the day before scheduled dinners.
The St. Michaels Farmers Market brings fresh food to the center of town on a weekly basis to improve food access and equity to the Bay Hundred area. All vendors are able to accept cash in addition to credit, debit and SNAP/EBT cards. Some vendors also accept WIC FMNP and FVC vouchers. The Farmers Market also matches SNAP or WIC purchases up to $5 each week! Finally, the market is a 2018 summer meals site, providing a free breakfast to all children and youth under the age of 18.
Adult Protective Services (APS)
Child Care Program, Purchase of Care (POC)
Child Support Enforcement
Family Support Services
Food Stamps (FS)
Foster Care Services (FCS)
Homelessness Prevention Program
In-Home Aide Services (IHAS)
Location & Contact Information
Medical Assistance (MA)
Social Services to Adults (SSTA)
Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA)
To report abuse/neglect after hours: (410) 822-3101
Administrative Care Coordination
Birth and Death Certificate
Breast and Cervical Cancer (BCCP)
Children With Special Needs (CYSHCN)
Developmental Disabilities (DDA)
Early Head Start
Home Based Services
Maryland Health Insurance (MCHP)
Maternal Child Health (MCH)
Substance Abuse Prevention
Zika Links and Information
The Talbot County Hunger Coalition is a network of community members, providers and caring individuals working together with the Talbot Family Network to end hunger and improve access to healthy, nutritious food for our most vulnerable residents.
Talbot Interfaith Shelter (TIS) provides safe shelter, nutritious meals, and compassionate support to families and individuals in the Mid-Shore region who are homeless or on the brink of homelessness. TIS also provides transitional housing to our guests who are ready and able to move toward self-sufficiency. Talbot Interfaith Shelter is alcohol and drug-free. TIS is also committed to raising awareness of the issues of homelessness in the Mid-Shore's rural setting.
his quaint resale shop collects donations from area residents and offers them to the public at extremely discounted prices. Even after hours, the Treasure Cove also is available to assist anyone in need of clothing, shoes, household items or furniture—entirely free of charge.
Save for its manager, the Treasure Cove is staffed by community volunteers and we partner with many other local non-profit organizations and the Department of Social Services to provide these services to victims of fire, flood, eviction, job loss or any other special circumstance that leaves people in need.
The Treasure Cove is always in need of clean, in-season clothing, gently used furniture and usable household goods. We also welcome volunteers!
Every penny we earn from donations goes toward underwriting the programs and operating expenses of the St. Michaels Community Center, and we share any excess donations with our partner organizations like Goodwill, the Salvation Army and The Neighborhood Service Center.
Serving Caroline, Talbot, and Dorchester Counties - WIC is a nutrition and supplemental food program for Women, Infants, and Children. To be eligible a woman has to be pregnant, breastfeeding an infant under one year, or has to have delivered within the past 6 months. Infants are eligible from birth to one year of age, and children are eligible from one year to 5 years of age, as long as, they are also income eligible, live in the service area and are considered to be a nutritional risk as determined by the program guidelines.
Apply for WIC: https://phpa.health.maryland.gov/wic/Pages/wic-apply.aspx