Mid Shore Community Mediation Center


8626 Brooks Drive, Suite 204 Easton, Maryland 21601

Mid Shore Community Mediation Center is a 501-3(c) that serves Caroline, Dorchester, and Talbot Counties by providing free mediation and conflict resolution services for all types of situations and disputes by using highly trained, professional volunteer mediators.

Residents of Talbot County can receive free assistance to mediate and facilitate parenting plan/custody agreements, roommate/neighbor relationships, parent-teen discussions, small claims cases, elder cases, and community issues. MSCMC also serves Dorchester County Public Schools through Peace Team in which they do mediation with youth while teaching conflict resolution skills.

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Caroline Pride


Caroline Pride provides a safe place where LGBTQIA youth in Caroline County receive services in an environment of inclusion, respect and equality. The focus is to raise awareness, and educate, our community on diversity, inclusion, equity and respect towards all residents of our community, especially individuals in the LGBTQ community.

Caroline Pride hosts the annual Caroline County Pride Festival in downtown Denton to celebrate diversity in an environment of inclusion, respect and family entertainment. Visit for more information.

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Mid Shore Transliance


7401 Ocean Gateway Easton, MD 21601

Share experiences in a safe place. Socialize and make new friends. This support group is for individuals who identify anywhere along the trans and non-conforming spectrum. Our goal is to create a safe supportive space where we can discuss day to day topics that are important to each of us.

Meetings are held monthly on the third Tuesday at 6:30 pm. Location: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Church. Please call or email for more information.

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Community for Life


Maryland Community for Life is an innovative program developed by the Maryland Department of Aging to support older adults as they age at home. The Community for Life program provides grants to non-profits that commit to deliver a package of services that make it comfortable and convenient to age at home to Marylanders over the age of 60.​ The program’s services are designed to prevent the predictable challenges of aging that can require admittance into a high level of care facility, such as a nursing home or assisted living facility. 

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Home Maintenance : As part of Community for life home maintenance service, individuals are entitled to an initial home safety assessment, home repair services, and a list of vetted contractors and assistance with contract review for major repairs.

Service Navigation: Each Maryland Community for Life program is required to hire and train a local service navigator. The training to become a service navigator is extensive and has been designed specifically for the Maryland Community for Life program by the Center for the Study of Aging at McDaniel College. Service navigators are experts on all programs and services for older adults in their area. Service navigators can provide advice on topics ranging from local events to fraud prevention. 

​Transportation: Each Maryland CFL offers a fixed amount of transportation each month. These transportation services allow older adults to complete tasks such as food shopping, errands, and attend medical appointments. Additionally, transportation services provide older adults with access to community, cultural, and family events. 

Caroline County Economic Development


425 Colonial Drive Denton, MD 21629

To oversee economic development efforts in Caroline County.

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We help Caroline County businesses with expansion projects, workforce development, and infrastructure. We lead business attraction efforts for the county as well as assist small businesses and entrepreneurs launch new businesses. Our office manages the County’s small business loan program.

Hours of Operation

Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:30pm

Caroline County Farm Bureau


915 Sunday Drive, Denton, MD 21629

Private, non-profit membership organization. Farm Bureau’s purpose is to increase net farm income and improve the quality of life by providing a legislative voice, increasing public understanding, and promoting member involvement.

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Current programs for farmer members are our strong grassroots policy-making process and legislative action, the Young Farmers program, Farm Bureau Women, Miss Caroline County and scholarship programs, discussion groups, and commodity-advisory committees. Various group savings and discounts available to members. Meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7 PM in the winter and 8 PM in the summer at the Caroline Co. Extension Office.


$60 per household per year

Caroline Human Services Council

410-479-4446 or 410-310-5661 or 410-829-4935

311 Carter Avenue Suite 101 Denton, MD 21629

Serves as Caroline County’s Local Management Board. The purpose is to develop and promote a caring environment that provides efficient and effective services to citizens of the county by working in partnership with public and private individuals, agencies, and organizations. The Council focuses on four result areas: Babies Born Healthy, School Success, Safety, and Healthy Children.

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To continually assess the needs and identify gaps in services to children, youth and families; to develop and enhance communication between agencies and organizations that serve families and children; to plan, coordinate, and evaluate programs and services that benefit children and families; to secure, distribute, and monitor public/private funding for the benefit of children and families; to provide information to the public on the status of services for children and families. Please note, the Caroline County Local Management Board is not a provider of services.

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Choptank Ruritan Club


P.O. Box 75, Denton, MD 21629

To create a better understanding between people and make their area a better place to live and work.

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Supports local hospice foundation and United Concerned Christians through monetary donations. Gives 2 $1,000 scholarships a year to local high school students. Serves funnel cakes at the Summerfest . All proceeds from events goes back to support various local organizations in the county.


Must be invited to join and sponsored by a member.


$175 per year per member

Federalsburg Business and Civic Association



P.O. Box 471, Federalsburg, MD 21632

Informs business and civic leaders of activities and items of interest; helps the community at large; adds input with respect to the growth in the area; tries to encourage business growth in the 21632 zip code.

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Hours of Operation

Mon.-Fri. 8:30 AM-4:30 PM


Some activities require a fee to attend

Areas Served

Those people living in the 21632 zip code.

Farm Service Agency



9194 Legion Road, Denton, MD 21629

To stabilize farm income, help farmers conserve land and water resources, provide credit to new or disadvantaged farmers and ranchers, and help farm operations recover from the effects of disaster.

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Administers farm commodity programs, farm ownership, operating and emergency loans, conservation and environmental programs, emergency and disaster relief, domestic and international food assistance, and international export credit programs. The programs are provided in an effort to help farmers produce an adequate food supply, maintain viable operations, compete for export sales of commodities, and to contribute to the availability of a variety of low-cost, safe, and nutritious foods.