The Talbot Interfaith Shelter (TIS) is an organization serving homeless individuals and families from Talbot County and surrounding areas. It is operated by staff and volunteers from local faith-based communities and other concerned citizens. Potential guests must agree to a background check and an interview with our Operations Manager for admission to the program. TIS provides transitional housing for families as well as overnight shelter for individuals. Help Hotline 410-253-5414.
We offer our participants and riders a safe, enjoyable experience in a pleasant and serene environment. TTR's seven programs build confidence and self-esteem, improve balance, coordination, and range of motion to increase muscle strength and flexibility. Our programs offer an opportunity to become more independent, acquire new skills, take on new responsibilities, make new friends (some with four legs). Come and experience a new way to view the world - from the back of a horse. We are conveniently located on the county school bus route. Talisman Therapeutic Riding is a PATH International Center (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship). We are a worksite location for the Caroline County School-to-Work Transition Program.
The Arc of the Central Chesapeake Region is committed to providing superior programs and services to those with I/DD who are of any age and in any stage of their lives. From financial assistance to employment training; drop-in services to community homes; crisis intervention to educational advocacy, The Arc is committed to helping individuals with developmental disabilities live the most independent, productive life possible.
Linda Prochaska, Family Engagement & Navigation Coordinator
The Gratitude House is a series of MCORR certified non-profit recovery residences for men and women in downtown Easton. We have a mission to provide safe, supportive, and affordable housing for men and women in recovery from substance abuse. Our program is based on the 12-step model in a caring, family atmosphere. Please visit the website for more information or to apply for residency.
LIsa May, LCSW-C, CT is a Maryland Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Nationally Certified Grief Counselor. Lisa has decades of experience serving elders, parents and children who have experienced practical, emotional or health challenges & have found ways forward. House calls are available for individuals and their families dealing with chronic or terminal illness.
Lisa also offers Therapeutic Horsemanship at Idylwild Farm in Federalsburg, Maryland.
Food Pantry is open for food distribution on Monday and Wednesday at 11am, Wednesday at 8pm, and the 3rd Thursday of the month at 11am. Affiliated with Maryland Food Bank, so the only criteria to receive assistance is that you are a Maryland resident.
Publishes a weekly newspaper for Caroline County. Historical newspapers stored in print include: Caroline Sun, Federalsburg Times, County Record, and the Times Record. Those wishing to view the archives must be approved by the editor.
Denton Town Council members are: Abigail McNinch (Mayor), Dallas Lister, Keith Johnson, Lester Branson and Doncella Wilson. Town meetings are the first Thursday of each month at 7 PM. The town office has 4 departments. The Police Department is committed to the concepts of community oriented policing and serving our citizens, the law-abiding public, appropriately, completely and professionally. The Finance Department establishes and implements the financial policies and procedures of the Town, invest funds, and handles the deposits and payments of Town revenues and expenditures. The Planning & Codes Department is responsible for building permits, property maintenance, rental registrations, site plan reviews, historic reviews, critical area reviews, Board of Appeals applications. The Public Works Department is responsible for providing many essential town services by establishing, maintaining, and operating the Town's infrastructure and facilities.
The Mayor and Council of Federalsburg hold their regular meetings on the first Monday of each month, and their special sessions/workshop meetings are held on the third Monday of each month (at the discretion of the Mayor and Council). Both the regular meetings and the special session/workshops begin at 6:00 P.M. If a meeting falls on a holiday, the meeting is generally re-scheduled for Tuesday.
Elected by Voters to 3-year terms (May):
Robin L. Cahall, Mayor (chosen by Council, 1-year term), 2018
Eugene R. Carver, 2017, Robert Jarrell, 2019.
Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m.