Training

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We provide twenty four hour emergency response when disaster strikes and to support local military families communicate in times of emergency. Additionally, contact us for training in first aid, CPR, babysitter safety and emergency preparedness.

Contact: 
Suzanne Farris
1-800-777-6620 or 410-202-3043
100 West 10th Street
Suite 501
Wilmington, DE 19801-6604
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The Benedictine School is a year round day and residential school which provides individualized programming with a high staff to student ratio and a multidisciplinary approach. The Adult Program, for ages 21 and over, provides residential and vocational support services and is open all year.

Contact: 
Scott Evans, Executive Director
410-634-2112
14299 Benedictine Lane
Ridgely, MD 21660
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The center offers job readiness training, job skills enhancement, employment referrals, career counseling, case management, resume assistance, special programs and workshops, and assistance making job contacts. Special assistance available to veterans.

Contact: 
Maeve Hart-Morton, Job Service Specialist
410-819-4549 | 410-901-4175
P.O. Box 400
Denton, MD 21629
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Chesapeake Center, Inc. will assist individuals with disabilities to reach their potential for independence by pursuing opportunities in housing, employment, natural supports, friendship and community activities.

Contact: 
Donna L. Harrison, President
410-822-4122
P.O. Box 1906
Easton, MD 21601
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The Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore (FACES) is a destination for the area’s many quilt and fiber art enthusiasts, visitors, and residents to view historic and recent works by quilters and fiber artists from Maryland’s Eastern Shore and Delmarva Peninsula. As a home to exhibit, retail, studio, and instruction spaces, FACES provides a central networking facility for fiber artists in the region; increases public access to and education about fiber art; fosters and promotes creativity in all areas of fiber art; and works to preserve fiber art skills and traditions. It is a unique place to visit, shop, learn, and find inspiration.

Contact: 
Marina Dowdall, Executive Director, CCCA
410-479-0009
P.O. Box 292
Denton, MD 21629
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Family navigators can provide information, referral and linkage to appropriate services for your child, one-to-one support and advocacy for your family, guidance in completing forms and applications for services, support at meetings related to your child when possible, education on laws, policies and procedures to access services for your child, workshops to inform you and other families on services and ways to effectively advocate for your child. Family Navigators also work in partnership with local agencies and participate on planning and advisory boards to provide a family perspective on policies and programs for children with special needs. Navigators make every effort to involve many families in leadership roles in their community.

Contact: 
Trish Todd, Caroline County Family Navigator
410-479-1146
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Oversees day care licensing for family day care homes and child care centers, provides letters of compliance for nursery schools, offers trainings and workshops to providers, investigates complaints, and recruits new homes and centers.

Contact: 
Price Shuler, Regional Manager
410-819-5801 or 1-800-637-5563
301 Bay Street, Suite 305
Easton, MD 21601
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RESET Program is an early intervention opportunity for parents of teens and young adults who may or may not have fallen victim to Peer Pressure, Poor Grades, Disrespect to Family or alcohol and/or drugs. The RESET Program serves young offenders between the ages of 10 - 24 through a series of four structured classes, students are educated about the importance of family along with sharing information about peer pressure and social media. Goal setting includes their life's ambitions including their peer support and family support. Our students also learn about the truths relating to use of alcohol and drugs. RESET any teen and young adult regardless of the place of residence. RESET is presented in Queen Anne's and Kent Counties. www.resetmaryland.com -

Training for Intervention ProcedureS (TIPS) Program is offered to Liquor licensees, Bartenders, Cashiers and Servers of alcohol allowing each employee to better understand the law and their civic responsibility. TIPS training provides servers the ability to enhance their "people" skills and to recognize someone who is becoming intoxicated and understanding their right of refusal to continue serving patrons and how to assist in having patrons get home safely. Each attendee, upon completing the written examination receives a four year certification. For more information or to register: www.tipsmaryland.com

Contact: 
J. Terry Ober, Administrator/Instructor
443-995-5367
P.O. Box 50
Grasonville, MD 21638
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Offers a Cooperative Coparenting class for parents who are court-ordered to attend in Caroline & Talbot Counties. Parents may also voluntarily attend, e.g., those who are not court-ordered, as well as those from other counties. Classes take place at the Caroline County Public Library in Denton and the Talbot County Futures for Families center 19466 Pintail Drive, Suite 10, Easton, MD

Contact: 
Kristin Roemer, Director
410-703-8854
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Provide business consulting services to assist potential and existing small business owners to develop and refine business plans, solve problems, and find financial resources. Training programs are offered to help people turn ideas into business plans and to develop growth strategies. Also available is a resource library of books, magazines, and websites.

Contact: 
Richard Loeffler, Consultant
1-888-852-6712 or 410-827-5304
P.O. Box 8
Wye Mills, MD 21679