The Eastern Shore Campus provides services to male youth, ages 11 to 18. Residents are given therapeutic, academic and behavioral support to help them overcome emotional and behavioral issues so they can function responsibly in the community after discharge.
A full range of outpatient mental health services are offered to Caroline County residents including: psychiatric evaluation, individual group and family therapy for adults adolescents and children, medication management, nursing services, information/referral services, school based therapy services provided in some public schools. Services are provided by an experienced staff of psychiatrists, nurses, social workers and a welcoming support staff. Evening hours available by appointment only. Please contact the Clinic at 410-479-3800 for intake information. Spanish speaking staff available for intake services.
Patients are offered recreational therapy,art therapy, music therapy, socialization, financial assistance, personal and respite care for Alzheimer's patients. Therapeutic activities include arts and crafts, outings, cooking demos, games and exercise, parties and music, pet therapy, and word trivia. Two meals and one snack are served daily. There is also a beauty shop/barbershop for nail care and shampoos. Transportation is provided to and from the program, to outings, and to doctor appointments in Denton. Patient's health needs are monitored by nursing staff, and emotional health needs are monitored by a social worker. Volunteers accepted and always welcomed, experience works - volunteers available for those 55 and over that wish to volunteer at the MADC. There is a Caregiver's support group on the first Monday of the month from 12:30 - 1:30, all are welcome, questions call Carole Friend 410-479-8065.
For All Seasons, Inc., offers a full continuum of trauma certified mental health, psychiatric, rape crisis, advocacy, and case management services, to English and Spanish speaking children, adolescents and adults across the 5 counties of the Mid-Shore, regardless of one's ability to pay. FAS also provides 24/7 Spanish and English rape crisis hotlines and responds to local emergency rooms and law enforcement agencies for victims of sexual assault, trauma and abuse. We have a counseling office at 114 Market Street, Denton, and the phone number is 410-822-1018. English hotline: 1-800-310-7273. Para Espanol, Llamada/Texto: 410-829-6143.
Offers horsemanship services: Horse training and starting, horse shoeing, riding lessons (ages 9 and up), and Therapeutic Horsemanship for people with challenges. Our PATH International coach is the first person in the US accredited in the "Ride With Your Mind" method which optimizes the rider's ability to learn independently and unlocks the horse's ability to become more athletic. She teaches at the farm and offers clinics elsewhere in the USA. In Therapeutic Horsemanship our specialty is working with individuals, small groups and families with emotional or psychiatric challenges. Horse ownership and care classes can be scheduled for small groups. There is a bed and breakfast on site; guests can bring and board their horse.
We offer our riders a safe, enjoyable experience in a pleasant and serene environment. An activity that will build confidence and self-esteem, improve balance, coordination, and range of motion to increase muscle strength and flexibility. An opportunity to become more independent, acquire new skills, take on new responsibilities, make new friends (some with four legs). And a new way to view the world - from the back of a horse. We are conveniently, located on the county school bus route.
The program’s goal is to build confidence, self-esteem, and a sense of accomplishment. Riders also improve their attention span and their ability to follow directions. We work on coordination and spatial relationships as well as stretching and strengthening exercises.
In addition to Therapeutic Riding, TSR offers Hippotherapy, a treatment technique used by our occupational therapist to improve balance, coordination, muscle strengthening, motor planning and sensory processing. The movement of the horse is what is most important and the goals are similar to those used in a traditional medical facility. The therapist does not teach riding skills, rather she focuses on the individual’s needs and selects exercises and activities to meet those needs.