Homeless

Talbot Interfaith Shelter

410-310-2316

107 Goldsborough St.,, Easton, MD 21601

Talbot Interfaith Shelter is dedicated to ending homelessness on Maryland’s Mid-Shore by providing Shelter, Stability, Support and a path to Success for families and individuals in need.

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Service

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.

Areas Served

Mid-Shore

Christ Episcopal Church

410-479-0419

107 Gay Street, P.O. Box 428, Denton, MD 21629

Traditional Episcopal worship service held in an historic gothic-style church on the Choptank River. Holy Eucharist Rite Two at 9:30 AM every Sunday. Adult Bible study at 8:15 AM Sunday. Coffee Hour following the service — join us for fellowship and good things to eat. Parish Hall with kitchen may be rented for meetings/receptions. Tables and chairs available, seats 60. Street parking and after-hours parking at Courthouse lots. Very limited handicapped-accessible. Follow us on Facebook at Christ Church Denton. Christ Church Denton is in partnership with His Hope Ministries, the local homeless shelter. Their Resource Center is usually open in our building next door (105 Gay Street) Monday through Thursday 9:30 am – 3:30 pm.

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Fees

Hall Rental fees vary by time and usage. Please call the church for more information.

Areas Served

All

Ages Served

All

His Hope Ministries

443-448-7297

443-345-3434

105 Gay Street, Denton, MD 21629

His Hope Haven is a cold weather homeless shelter program providing a compassionate, energetic life-saving community resource and ministry. It is a faith-based, non-profit organization striving to provide a spiritually and physically safe Winter Haven for people experiencing homelessness. We provide guidance and temporary housing in a safe and dignified environment and strive to help our guests regain productive and independent lives.If you or someone you know needs homeless assistance, contact us from 9am-3pm Monday-Friday. We will conduct a phone interview before completing a comprehensive intake.If you are interested in volunteering, please call the shelter or email info@hishopeministries.org

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Service

His Hope Haven accepts single men and women, as well as family groups, as guests. The shelter opens at 5:30 PM and guests are provided with dinner, breakfast the next morning, and a packed lunch. Shower facilities are available. Guests leave at 9 AM each morning. Guests without transportation are driven into Denton, and picked up there later. The drop off and pickup area is in the parking lot of the court house across from the Episcopal Church on Gay Street.

Areas Served

Caroline County

Ages Served

all ages

Permanent Supportive Housing (Continuum of Care Housing Program)

410-770-4801x303

Continuum of Care Housing Programs are HUD funded rental subsidies for literally homeless person(s)/families with behavioral health disabilities. Eligibility is determined through an intake process by PATH Outreach, Case Management Staff, or CoC Housing Specialist. Programming is provided through supportive services staff. ContactMid-Shore Behavioral Health at the above number for more Continuum of Care housing information.

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Mid-Shore Fresh Start Recovery Program

(443) 385-0262

Fresh Start is a nonprofit transitional housing program for people recovering from substance-related addiction. Their goal is to provide, 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.

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Life Crisis Center HOTLINE

410-749-HELP

Provides counseling for victims of domestic violence or sexual assault, suicide prevention, support groups, emergency shelter, shelter referral, medical care, and assistance with the process of prosecution.

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Martin’s House and Barn

410-634-2537

14374 Benedictine Lane, Ridgely, MD 21660

Founded in 1983 as St. Martin’s Barn by the Benedictine Sisters of Ridgely, MD, Martin’s House & Barn provides a safety net for individuals and families needing special support during difficult times in their lives. They not only provide essential shelter, food, and clothing to those in need but also help clients find resources to overcome barriers to self-sufficiency. They offer a family shelter, an emergency food pantry, a thrift shop, and homelessness prevention services.

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The food pantry operates every Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 8:30-11:30am, and every Wednesday from 6pm-7:30pm. Proof of address and income are generally required, but rules may be relaxed due to COVID.

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SOAR Initiative (SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery)

410-770-4801x311

SOAR is a national program designed to increase access to Social Security Insurance (SSI)/ Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) for adults who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness and have a mental illness, medical impairment, and/or a co-occurring substance use disorder. Local agencies that have SOAR trained staff include Alliance, Chesapeake Voyagers, Crossroads Community, Community Behavioral Health, Mid Shore Behavioral Health, the Neighborhood Service Center, St. James Zion Church. Please call for more information.

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PATH- Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (Homeless Outreach Case Management)

410-490-3139

Priority population served includes persons with a mental health need who are homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless. This program is designed to provide outreach and linkage assistance to street homeless for mental health services and housing. Please call for more information.

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Veterans Support Centers of America

VSCOA is a nonprofit organization formed to serve the rural disabled and homeless Veteran community. Their PAWS (Partnering Animals With Soldiers) Program is dedicated to helping both homeless veterans and homeless animals. Visit their website for more information. They also provide advocacy and limited shelter services. If you are a veteran in need of shelter, please call 410-873-2500 or 410-873-2550. For resource questions please call Mike Bargiband at 443-924-0872, or email mike.bargiband@vscoa.org. For general inquiries please email support@vscoa.org or visit the website.

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