Al-Anon is a worldwide organization that offers a program of recovery for families and friends of alcoholics, whether or not the alcoholic seeks help or even recognizes the existence of a drinking problem. Members give and receive comfort and understanding through sharing experience, strength and hope.
No dues or fees. No appointments - walk in and attend a meeting. See website for meeting information.
The primary purpose of Mid-Shore Intergroup is to be sure help is available when a still-suffering alcoholic requests it. Sometimes a person will call for information, and sometimes they just show up. Like the regular A.A. groups, our primary purpose is to carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous.
The only requirement of membership is the desire to stop drinking. No dues or fees.
Chesapeake Treatment Services' clinics are dedicated to the recovery of individuals struggling with opioid addiction. We will offer Suboxone and daily doses of methadone. We provide affordable care in a respectful and welcoming environment for individuals who are suffering with the disease of addiction. We are a licensed facility which operates within all Federal and State guidelines. We have an experienced and professional staff to assist you with your recovery efforts. As a team, CTS is committed to exceed all industry standards to provide an unmatched level of care and services to its clients.
CVI offers Peer Support to anyone living with behavioral health (mental health and addiction) issues. We offer support groups such as Emotions Anonymous, Depression and Anxiety Recovery group and Social activities geared towards promoting wellness and recovery. We offer individual peer support to anyone who is in need of receiving support from someone who has similar lived experience. Our Wellness & Recovery Center is located in Easton and we have a presence in each of the other four counties as well.
The Gratitude House is owned and operated by Realslow Recovery, LLC, a 501(c)3 non-profit with the mission to provide safe, affordable, and supportive housing for all people to live and grow in recovery from substance abuse. We provide recovery housing for men and women in a caring, family-oriented environment located in beautiful downtown Easton, Maryland. We recently opened a new house for men in Cambridge, Maryland as well. The Gratitude House's programming was designed by a Master’s prepared Registered Nurse by combining the latest in substance-abuse recovery research and evidence-based practice. We have implemented an innovative and successful family-oriented program never before seen in the Mid-Shore region.
- The Gratitude House is for adults ages 18-64.
- Residents must be addicts that have a desire to remain clean from all mood and mind altering substances.
- Residents must no longer be in danger of going through withdrawal symptoms (preferably having completed treatment or detox).
- Residents must agree to attending 12 step meetings, getting a sponsor, using the sponsor, and working the 12 steps.
- Residents must be willing and able to hold a job for at least 30 hours per week.
- Residents must submit to drug and alcohol testing at will.
- Residents may not be on medications with potential for abuse.
- No violent, sexual, or arson based felony convictions.
- Residents must commit to identifying goals and working to achieve them.
- Residents must want to live in a structured living environment where accountability between both managers and other house members is required.
The residential fee is between $100- $150 a week depending on location. This includes everything except your food, toiletries, and clothing (although we will help you obtain those things as well!). A minimum of $300 is due before move-in. We accept local county funding and work with many other funding sources to help you get started in your stay.
Our trained staff, who themselves have cared for a loved one with mental health, substance use or gambling issues will work one-on-one to help you understand the services available in your community and how to access them. Visit our website for a list of Peer Support Specialists on the Eastern Shore!
To connect to MCF in your community, call 410-730-8267, press 1 or email email@example.com
Medication Drop Boxes
Dispose of unneeded prescription medications safely, conveniently and anonymously by using Talbot County’s free
drug disposal service.
Talbot County Public Safety Center - 115 West Dover St., Easton
Hours: 5:00am – 9:00pm
This is a website with conversations, resources, and media tools specific to the Mid Shore of Maryland - Dorchester, Talbot, Caroline, Queen Anne's, and Kent Counties - around the opioid crisis underway nationwide.
FRESH START is a nonprofit Transitional Supportive Housing program for people recovering from substance abuse addiction. Our goal is to provide (beginning in the summer of 2009), in the mid-shore area, a stable housing environment complemented by aggressive case management to assist the residents in achieving sobriety, independence and self-sufficiency with enhanced possibilities for future success.
Individuals in the early stage of substance abuse recovery often encounter multiple problems which may impede their efforts to remain clean and sober. In addition to the addiction itself, there are often housing, employment, legal, and family problems.
Support in areas such as housing, jobs, and appropriate emotional and social skills contributes to a greater likelihood that the recovering individual will remain clean and sober over the long term. The Fresh Start Program provides the Mid-shore area with a transitional supportive housing program for persons who have completed a drug and/or alcohol treatment program.
Mid-Shore Restoring HOPE in Women will provide the network resources to get help from addiction. Afterwards we will provide GED, Job Training, Celebrate Recovery Programs, Counseling, Sponsorship and a Loving Church Family.
We offer recovery from the effects of addiction through working a twelve-step program, including regular attendance at group meetings. The group atmosphere provides help from peers and offers an ongoing support network for addicts who wish to pursue and maintain a drug-free lifestyle. Our name, Narcotics Anonymous, is not meant to imply a focus on any particular drug; NA’s approach makes no distinction between drugs including alcohol. Membership is free, and we have no affiliation with any organizations outside of NA including governments, religions, law enforcement groups, or medical and psychiatric associations.
Rising Above Disease (RAD) is a non-profit dedicated to assisting and encouraging women on their journey in recovery from addiction. Our mission is to help them improve their lives using the resources and guidance from our community.
We provide the most basic of human needs, a roof over their heads, a comfortable bed, a clean shower and the comfort of other women who want to help. We provide assistance in obtaining medical care, dental care and mental health services. We assist our residents in the overwhelming tasks of straightening out the unmanageability of their lives. The bank, the DMV and the Social Security office are often scary places for a confused woman in early recovery. We walk side by side with these women, as we empower them to manage the details of their lives. These simple skills, that many of us take for granted, could be the deal-breaker that drives a woman back to her previous lifestyle. Guidance and support also offered.
The Prevention Office oversees the Talbot County Cigarette Restitution Fund, which offers tobacco prevention education/information and smoking cessation support
Let us help you quit!
Our smoking cessation program is FREE to Talbot County residents, regardless of income or insurance. Cessation medications, including Chantix, bupropion, nicotine patches, gum, and lozenges are offered FREE to those with consent from a physician. Classes run for 12 weeks, and there is a combination of group education and individual support and counseling.
For more information, or to register for class, please contact us.
•Physician Referral Form
•Tuesdays from 8:00AM to 12:00PM, Wednesdays from 12:00PM to 5:00PM, and other days and times are available upon request
TOBACCO PREVENTION AND EDUCATION:
Mini-grants are available to Talbot County schools, community, and faith-based organizations to implement tobacco education programs and activities. Grants are reviewed on a rolling basis between July 1st and June 30th each year. To apply for a grant, please visit our website for an online application or contact the Prevention office.
TOBACCO SALES TO MINORS ENFORCEMENT/SYNAR:
Enforcing tobacco youth access laws is an important component in preventing and reducing youth tobacco use. Educating youth about tobacco laws and providing education and training to tobacco retailers is key.
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
Talbot Partnership is a coalition working toward a community free from substance misuse and abuse.
Community Education & Awareness:
Working to ensure that the community is aware of current concerns and issues regarding drug use through community events, lectures, articles and social media.
Talbot Teen Club:
Community Driven, Youth Focused Membership Club for Youth ages 12 to 19. Countywide activities are offered to youth members who are looking for stimulating, fun activities, based on their requests, and are drug free.