Talbot Treatment, Recovery and Prevention Resources

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Chesapeake Voyagers, Inc.
342 N. Aurora St., Easton
Treatment resources, peer support, support groups, outings and activities
Contact: Diane Lane, 410-7822-1601,
dianelane@chesapeakevoyagers.org
URL: www.chesapeakevoyagers.org

Shore Behavioral Health – Outpatient Addictions
UM Shore Medical Center at Easton
219 Washington Street, Easton 21601
Assessments and evaluations, referrals for inpatient treatment and detoxification, intensive
outpatient group therapy, interaction with legal authorities, including drug courts, family education
Contact:  Sharon Dundon or Lisa Flynn,
410-822-1000, ext. 5452, sdundon@shorehealth.org
or  lflynn@shorehealth.org
URL:  Pending

Talbot County Circuit Court — Problem Solving Program
Circuit Court, 11 N. Washington St.,  Easton
Structured program, overseen by a Circuit Court Judge, that emphasizes recovery,
rehabilitation, and collaborative decision making
Contact:  410-770-6823 or  410-770-6824

Talbot Partnership for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse
8 Goldsborough St., Ste. 203, Easton
Wide range of prevention, information and support activities for youth and parents;
advocacy and task forces for a drug-free community
Contact: Gary Pearce, 410-819-8967,
gpearce@talbotpartnership.org
URL: www.talbotpartnership.org

Talbot County Health Department
100 S. Hanson St., Easton 21601
Outpatient education and treatment for Adolescents and adults; cooperation with criminal justice system and community
providers  to offer  treatment services forindividuals and families affected by substance abuse; referrals to  public and
private facilities for inpatient treatment
Contact: 410-819-5600
URL: http://talbothealth.org/Programs/addictions.html

MidShore Intergroup –AA Groups  
(Caroline, Dorchester, Kent,
Queen Anne’s  and Talbot counties)
Clearinghouse for regional AA meeting
schedules and other information
Contact: 410-822-4226,
info@midshoreintergroup.org
URL:  www.midshoreintergroup.org

 

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