Wellness Made Easy

Dorchester Resources for Youth

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Eastern Shore

Phone: 410-543-2447

Executive Director:  Jessica Mimms – jmimms@shorebiglittle.org

Website: www.shorebiglittle.org

Provides children facing adversity with enrichment and a strong, professionally supported one-to-one relationship that will change his or her life for the better, forever.  Programs inspire children to stay in school and to avoid drugs and other risky behaviors, while giving them the tools necessary to succeed and have a better and brighter future.

Del-Mar-Va Council, Boy Scouts of America

Phone: 302-622-3300

Chief Development & Strategy Officer:  Justin Rodstrom – justin.rodstrom@scouting.org

Website: www.delmarvacouncil.org

Educational, recreational and leadership programs for boys ages 6-17.  Programs emphasize character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness.

Delmarva Discovery Center

Phone: 410-957-9933

Executive Director: Jennifer Merritt – Jen@Delmarvadiscoverycenter.org

Website: www.delmarvadiscoverycenter.org

Museum interpreting the natural and cultural heritage of Delmarva through exhibits and educational programs for adults and children.

Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay

Phone: 1-800-341-4007

Local Director:  Denise Eberspeaker – deberspeaker@cbgsc.org

Website: www.gscb.org

Girl Scouts provides leadership development to girls in grades K-12th. We continue to provide girls with girl-led, girl-only programming in the core areas of STEM, Outdoors, Life Skills, and Entrepreneurship. Additionally, we are emphasizing three areas that are critical to girls’ success right now: supporting girls’ mental health, mitigating learning loss, and helping girls reflect the values of justice and fairness.

One Year to Empowerment

Phone: 443-359-0662

Executive Director:  Dr. Samantha Scott – oneyeartoempowerment@gmail.com

Website: http://oneyeartoempowerment.org

Mentoring and enrichment program, active primarily during the school year, for middle & high school girls, offering monthly activities, volunteering and more to empower girls and build self-esteem for healthy, balanced lives.

The Salvation Army – Cambridge

Phone: 410-228-2442

Executive Directors: Lts. Wendy and Bo Parsons

wendy.parsons@uss.salvationarmy.org  or bo.parsons@uss.salvationarmy.org

Website:

 https://salvationarmypotomac.org/salisbury/

Youth sports programs, after-school care, and summer camp. Senior citizen social activities and Pickleball Club. Emergency assistance for those in crisis, food pantry, and utility and rental assistance.

YMCA of the Chesapeake

Phone: 410-749-0101

Executive Director:  Deanna Harrell – dharrell@ymcachesapeake.org

Website: www.ymcachesapeake.org

Provides recreation, physical fitness, and wellness programs for all ages. Provides indoor and outdoor swimming, with a warm water pool.  Includes facilities in Salisbury, Pocomoke City, and Cambridge. Provides financial assistance to ensure no one is turned away due to financial circumstances. Offers LiveSTRONG program to support individuals with cancer and Enhance Fitness, a community based senior fitness and arthritis management program to help participants become more active, energized and empowered. 

For All Seasons

Address: 208 Cedar St., Cambridge, MD 

Phone: 410-822-1018

24-Hr Hotline: 800 310-7273 or 410 820 5600

President: Beth Anne Langrell – blangrell@forallseasonsinc.org

Website: www.forallseasonsinc.org

See website for contact information for offices in Easton, Chestertown, Denton, Stevensville and Tilghman. 

Mission: To provide therapy, advocacy, education, and psychiatric care in a safe environment that nurtures wellness.

For All Seasons is behavioral health & rape crisis center, empowering individuals and families on their journey to wellness. Services include individual and group therapy, general, child and adolescent therapy, marriage and couples’ counseling, grief counseling, school-based mental health therapy, urgent care services, rape crisis response, rape crisis counseling and support, 24-Hour English and Spanish Hotlines, and education and outreach programming.Therapists use interpreters to provide services to Spanish speaking individuals and families.

Lower Shore Clinic, Inc.

Phone: 410 341-3420

Address: 716 North Division St,. Salisbury, MD 21801

Website: http://www.lowershoreclinic.org/

In 2000, the Lower Shore Clinic was created to provide outpatient mental health clinic services. In 2011, the Assertive Community Treatment team was added to provide mobile treatment to members who are having difficulty using office based services. In 2012, Primary Care was added as a service to all members and citizens of the Lower Shore Counties. With an on site pharmacy and lab for blood work, this integrated model of care provides services to over 2500 citizens of Wicomico, Dorchester, Somerset, and Worcester Counties. As of 2016, Go-Getters Inc. is a subsidiary of the Lower Shore Clinic, Inc.