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Mental Health Association
of the  Eastern Shore

Channel Marker


Talbot County location
: 222 Port Street Easton, MD 21601

Website:www.channelmarker.org  


Information provided by Channel Marker


Ages served: all ages Channel Markers is a rehabilitation service operating under the Maryland Public Mental Health System. It provides both outpatient and residential services.


Accessing services: We must have a referral from a mental health professional as well as authorization from Value Options in order to provide psychiatric rehabilitation services.


For more information: call 410-822-4619 (Administration) or 410-833-4611 (Programs)


Email: debbye@channelmarker.org  


Payment options available: Medicaid/medical assistance and private pay


The Information below about Channel Markers outpatient services is from the 2012 Resource Guide of the Mid-Shore Mental Health Systems, Inc., which also shows Channel Marker’s contact numbers for their programs in other counties.


Administrative Office

8626 Brooks Drive, Suite 304

Easton, MD 21601

410-822-4619 phone

410-822-0984 fax


Caroline County

508 Kerr Avenue

Denton, MD 21629

410-479-2318 phone

410-820-0124 fax


Dorchester County

420 Dorchester Avenue

Cambridge, MD 21613

410-943-8815 phone

410-943-3397 fax


Talbot County

222 Port Street

Easton, MD 21601

410-822-4611 phone

410-822-6186 fax        


Populations Served: Adults Adolescents Children Transitional Age Youth Geriatric Homeless Co-Occurring Forensic


Payment Types: Grant Funds, Sliding Fee Scale, Self Pay, Public Mental Health (MA/Uninsured Eligible)


Providers on Staff: LCSW-C, Nurse


Services: 

  • Residential Rehabilitation Program
  • Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program On-site 
  • Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program Off-site 
  • Supported Employment 
  • Respite Bed 
  • Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program Off-site


Disorders/Conditions Served 

  • ADHD
  • Personality Disorders
  • Mood Disorders
  • Chronic Mental Illness
  • Anxiety/Phobias
  • Co-Occurring 
  • Substance Abuse/Dependence


Treatment Modalities: Do not provide treatment/ not a Clinical Provider

Rehabilitation programs