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SHINE Taskforce

Basic Needs

  • Shelter
    • Diakonia: Not Just A Bed. Individuals or families work with on-site case managers to develop a plan to improve their lives and address issues contributing to housing insecurity. Needs addressed include securing employment, health & financial education, obtaining medical insurance coverage, home management and mental and physical health assessment and support. Homeless Prevention /Veterans Services helps people at risk of becoming homeless remain in their homes or find other safe, affordable housing. Through a combination of case management, connection with support programs and some financial assistance. Contact Diakonia at 410-213-0923 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
    • The Samaritan Shelter The Samaritan Shelter is a growing supportive organization in Pocomoke City, MD offering assistance in an encouraging and accountable environment to individuals in crisis situations. For Shelter needs 410-957-4310
    • Ocean City Cold Weather Shelter when temperatures are  below 25 St. Peter’s Lutheran Church offers a cold weather shelter for men, women, and families in Worcester county. Doors will open from 5:00pm to 7:00pm, admittance after 7:00pm must be by Ocean City Police escort. Contact Trisha Long at 410-524-7474
  • Food
    • Berlin First Baptist Church serves Berlin area Tuesdays from 10am to 12:00pm Contact Sharon Parsons at berlinfirstbaptist@verizon.net 410-641-4306 Tuesdays through Thursday 9:30am to 1:30pm
    • Diakonia: Food Pantry/SNAP Assistance. The food pantry is available 7 days a week. Please bring Picture ID or proof of residency in Worcester County. Non Worcester County Residents will receive information about other food pantries in your area. For Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps low income families buy food needed for good health. Staff are trained to assist anyone in the tri-county area (Somerset, Wicomico & Worcester counties) in applying for SNAP. Contact Susan Blaney
    • Community Church at Ocean Pines: Sarah’s Pantry. Hours of operation Wednesday – Saturday 9:00am to 1:00pm. Marion Bickerstaff 410-641-8392. Email: pantry@ccaop.org
    • Schools Providing Food Pantry
    • The Samaritan Shelter offers a food bank that is open on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 1:00pm to 2:00pm. Individuals must bring proof of residency and can only attend  once per month. In addition to the food bank, hot nutritional lunches are served on Wednesdays & Fridays from 11:00am to 12:30pm for anyone in need and can be eaten in their dining room or boxed up and taken out.
  • Security
  • Clothing
  • Transportation
    • Medical Assistance Transportation transports Medicaid recipients to medically necessary local and regional appointments or Non-Emergency Medical Transportation. Long distance transportation is also available on Mondays through Thursdays, if the participant qualifies. Program staff screen recipients for transportation to assure eligibility to provide the most efficient means of transportation available. Transportation services are provided by staff drivers as well as other community transportation providers.  To schedule transportation call 410-632-0092 Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm
  • Veteran Support
  • Health
  • Love & Support
    • Diakonia; Provides support and training to those in need including, personal case management, connection to resources, GED & job skills classes, Parenting & Nutrition classes, Personal Finance lessons. Contact Diakonia at 410-213-0923 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
    • Maryland Coalition of Families (MCF) helps families who care for someone with behavioral health needs. Using personal experience as parents, caregivers, youth and other loved ones, they connect, support and empower Maryland families. Staff provided one-to-one support to parents and caregivers of young people with mental health issues and to any loved one who cares for someone with a substance use or gambling issue. Contact Maryland Coalition of Families at 410-730-8267
    • Grace Maternal Women’s Health Contact Amanda Clark, Monday through Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm – Project H.O.P.E. Holistic Opportunities for Prevention and Education Program addresses the current gap in services offered to high-risk pregnant women on the Lower Eastern Shore. The Program, provided through Qlarant in Easton, targets poverty stricken and ill-informed women facing pre-partum or postpartum depression as well as addiction. Holistic healing is characterized by the treatment of the whole person, taking into account the mind, body and spirit as well as environmental and social factors. Workforce Training Through grant funding by the state of Maryland, we are able to partner with young people ages 16-24. The aim is to plug them into the right resources to improve their job skills, further their education and find a job.  In turn, this provides them the opportunity to better serve themselves and their family. Mother’s Circle (Maternal Mental Support Group) One in seven women experience postpartum depression or anxiety and most do not have the support to talk about it.  The Mother’s Circle is a support group made available through a grant with the Women’s Fund of the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore.  This support group is for pregnant women or postpartum moms currently experiencing depression or anxiety symptoms.  The group provides support. compassion and encouragement for women during this immense transition in their lives and offers tools to heal from perinatal mental health symptoms.
      This group meets every other Wednesday at our Center from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm. W.E.W. (Women Empowering Women) GCMWH desires to be the link which will connect every mom with any addictions to an appropriate addiction facility and/or program where they will feel valued, safe and loved. Our program provides drug addiction support which promotes prevention and empowers these women to break the cycle of addiction and domestic violence which affects them and/or their family unit.  Dinner, child care and transportation are provided. This group meets every other Wednesday at our Center from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Young Moms of the Lower Shore (YMLS) This support group provides guidance to young mothers to help them handle the everyday challenges of motherhood and become strong role models for their children.  Dinner, child care and transportation are provided.   The program includes a guest speaker, interactive crafts, practical education, and a time for sharing.  The YMLS meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at Pocomoke High School from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm in southern Worcester County.
      • Case Management GCMWH provides case management services for clients based upon their needs.  Our case managers provide an array of services to help individuals and families cope with complicated situations in the most effective way possible, thereby achieving a better quality of life.  They help people to identify their goals, needs, and resources.
        • Linking clients with the valuable resources within our community
        • Transportation to resources
        • Material assistance
        • Financial planning goal setting
        • Parent education
        • Court advocate
        • Counseling services by a LCPC
        • Support groups for young moms and dads
        • Individualized nursing care plans.  This benefit decreases fragmentation of care and increases improvement in client care
      • GED Testing and Classes The GED program is offered through the services of one of our board members. Clients interested in obtaining their GED can be tested at GCMWH and take classes on site or at 11 other sites in the County where instruction is offered.
      • Gracie’s Baby Boutique  Gracie’s Baby Boutique was designed for new moms/dads to “purchase” new baby items such as baby clothes, car seats, “Pack and Plays”, diapers, and other maternity/baby items through “Mommy Money” under our L.E.A.P. program.
      • ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Testing The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) study (ACE Study) uncovered a stunning link between childhood trauma and the chronic diseases people develop as adults, as well as social and emotional problems.  These experiences can harm developing brains in children, predisposing them to autoimmune disease, heart disease, cancer, depression, and a number of other chronic conditions, decades after the trauma took place.  Appropriate integration of resilience factors born out of ACE concepts — such as asking for help, developing trusting relationships, forming a positive attitude, listening to feelings — can help people improve their lives.  Our trained staff can help with reversing these factors.
      • Post Partum Home Visits Following the birth and discharge from the hospital, a Maternal Newborn Specialist will perform a post-partum home visit.  This is an ideal environment to have one-on-one contact with clients to observe and evaluate the mother and the baby. The infant will have a limited physical exam to observe skin color, general activity, temperature, breast feeding technique, and cord care status.  If warranted, referrals may be made to an appropriate medical professional for further evaluation.
      • The L.E.A.P. Program L.E.A.P. (Learning, Empowering, Affirming, and Progressing) is an outreach, teaching and mentoring program which aims to help individuals improve themselves in four basic ways. Individuals who sign up for the L.E.A.P. program will Learn valuable parenting skills, feel Empowered and Affirmed as parents, and will Progress to set and achieve their goals in life. Clients schedule classes at GCMWH during normal business hours.  At present, there are approximately 40 in-house, individualized classes available for any client.  Each class is designed to guide participants through a healthy pregnancy, parenting skills, infant care, labor and delivery, breastfeeding, etc. Most importantly, classes continue post-delivery to address relationships, effective discipline, and healthy boundaries.We encourage clients to participate in our many programs to insure a healthy pregnancy. Clients earn “Points” by attending prenatal classes, OB appointments, support groups, dental appointments or  psychological counseling. These points can be used to “purchase” essential baby supplies in Gracie’s Baby Boutique.
      • Counseling for post abortion recovery Many men and women experience unresolved emotions after an abortion. For some, this is right after the abortion and for others these feelings may surface years later. The Grace Center for Maternal and Women’s Health is that safe place to talk one-on- one with a trained client advocate or medical professional to promote healing, both  emotionally and spiritually.  We offer an eight-week post-abortion individualized program and may refer a client to an intensive weekend retreat called Rachel’s Vineyard.
      • Counseling for referral to an adoption agency The Center is not affiliated with any adoption agency.  However, we are often the first to discuss this option with the mother. We present what an adoption plan looks like so the client can make an informed decision. Birth parents are in control of the adoption process. They make and usually choose between three types of adoption: open, partially open, and confidential. Ongoing support is offered for the birth parents before, during and after the adoption as they work with the adoption agency.
      • Hospital Grade HCG Urine Tests These tests can detect pregnancy hormones ten days after conception and provide results within 3 to 5 minutes. If the test is positive, a written proof of pregnancy is given to the client and a referral made for further medical care to an appropriate obstetrical office.
      • Limited Ultrasound Examinations Sonograms are performed by an R.N. trained in sonography for purposes of confirming an intrauterine pregnancy, detecting fetal cardiac activity, and estimating gestational age.  Our ultrasounds are not for the purposes of diagnosing or detecting any medical problem or condition for the baby or client.  All ultrasounds performed are done so under the supervision of a qualified medical provider.
    • Worcester County Developmental Center: Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm Provides Day Programming, residential services and community based supports for adults with intellectual disabilities. Contact Jack Ferry at (410)632-2382, ext. 117
  • Stability
    • Building Bridges to Stable Families Program: Building Bridges to Stable Families Program is a voluntary service to Worcester County Residents. BBP services provide support to children of Worcester County who have an incarcerated parent or guardian. Services are provided to the incarcerated parent, children and the entire family unit as appropriate. BBP’s goal is to facilitate the development of an incarcerated individual’s independent living and social skills, including the ability to make decisions regarding: self-care, management of illness, life, work, and community participation and promote the use of community resources to integrate the individual into the community. Services may be provided in an on site facility/jail or in a setting most conducive to promoting participation of the individual in community life. This may include the individuals home, job site, educational setting, community resources, detention center, etc. Services for the family may include linkage to counseling services for the child and/or family as well as other supportive services. Access the referral at https://www.worcesterhealth.org/images/BBReferral.pdf
    • Department of Social Services (DSS) provides child welfare, adult protective services, and child support enforcement. Contact DSS at 410-677-6800 for the main office; 410-632-1111 for Child Support Information and Resources; 410-677-6800 or 410-641-0097 for Child Protective Services (410-632-1111 opt. #2 for after hours)
    • Shore Up! Inc. for information on Energy Assistance call Keith White 410-749-1142 ext. 303

Medical

  • Primary Care Physician
    • Adult
      • Chesapeake Health Care Pocomoke 305 10th St., Pocomoke MD – Hours of Operation Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:30am to 5:00pm; Tuesday and Thursday 7:30am to 6:00pm. Call 410-957-1852 to schedule. Berlin 9956 N. Main St. Suite 2, Berlin, MD – Hours of Operation Wednesday only 7:00am to 5:00pm Call 410-973-2820 to schedule.
    • Pediatric
      • Chesapeake Health Care Pocomoke 305 10th St., Pocomoke, MD – Hours of Operation Monday & Friday 7:30am to 5:00pm; Tuesday & Thursday 7:30am to 6:00pm. Call 410-957-1852 to schedule. Berlin 9956 N. Main St. Suite 2, Berlin, MD – Hours of Operation Monday & Friday 8:00am to 6:00pm; Tuesday & Thursday 9:00am to 7:00pm. Call 410-973-2820 to schedule.
  • Urgent Care Center
  • Hospital
    • Atlantic General Health System Hours: Mon. – Fri. 8am to 5pm Adult Psychiatry and adult counseling (16+ years); BH Crisis Center will provide access to providers and social work for ages 5+ starting 8/21/2021; contact Atlantic Health Center 410-641-3340 for BH providers http://www.agh.care; for Crisis Center http://www.agh.care/TRIBECrisiscenter
  • Intensive Care
  • Chiropractor
  • Optometrist/Vision Center
  • General dentistry
  • Dental/Oral surgeon
  • Physical therapist
  • Occupational therapist
  • Speech therapist
  • Orthopedic
  • Nutritionist
  • OB/GYN
  • Dermatologist
  • Nursing Homes
  • Palliative Care and Hospice
  • Rehabilitation Centers
  • Deaf/Blind Services
  • Disability Services
  • Pharmacy
  • Immunology
  • Cardiology/Pulmonary Care
  • Oncology/cancer care
  • Gastroenterology
  • Radiology
  • Podiatry
  • Plastic surgery
  • Bariatric surgery
  • Alternative health/holistic wellness centers

Educational Categories

  • Public Schools
      • Worcester County Board of Education Contact the Board of Education at 410-632-5000.
      • Buckingham Elementary hours of operation 8:30am – 4:30pm provides public education for Pre-K through Grade 4
      • Pocomoke Elementary provides Early Childhood Education , Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Program, Response to Intervention K-3 grade academics. Contact the school at 410-632-5130.
      • Snow Hill Elementary School Pre-K to 3rd grade school that builds on the strengths, talents, and resources of students, educators, and community, and provides a safe and positive learning environment for all students. All students are encouraged to develop emotionally, intellectually, socially and physically. Snow Hill Elementary offers a dynamic and continuously evolving curriculum that encourages the respect of individual differences and the development of life-long learning skills to promote success in a very changing society. Contact the school at 410-632-5210.
      • Ocean City Elementary School Pre-K through 4th grade National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, working as a unifying team with one vision in mind. This vision is to meet students academic needs in an environment that nurtures their emotional, social, and physical well-being and prepares for success in a global society. Contact the school at 410-632-5379.
      • Showell Elementary School Pre-K3 through 4th grade school between Showell and Ocean City Maryland. Showell Elementary employs, full-time art, English-language learner, speech, early intervention, music and physical and special education teachers. They have a curriculum resource teacher, a full time nurse, and an outstanding maintenance staff, dedicated to providing the highest quality of teaching and learning. Contact the school at 410-632-5350.
      • Pocomoke Middle School Grades 4 through 8. Pocomoke Middle is committed to providing a safe learning environment where staff members, students, parents, and community partners nurture the development of responsible, thoughtful citizens in an increasingly interdependent global society. Contact the school at 410-632-5150.
      • Snow Hill Middle School Grades 4 through 8 offers students many exciting opportunities including Glee Club, NJHS, Student Government and Students Against Destructive Decisions. Contact the school at 410-632-5240.
      • Stephen Decatur Middle School A Maryland Blue Ribbon School of Excellence and a National School of  Excellence is a Professional Development school serving Grades 7 and 8. Contact the school at 410-632-3400.
      • Berlin Intermediate School Grades 5 and 6, BIS is an Arts Immersion School recognized as a Kennedy Center National School of Excellence in Arts Education. The school has also been recognized by the Governor as a model Maryland Green School. BIS received the top award for Energy Efficiency in the county in 2013 through 2015. Contact the school at 410-632-5320.
      • Worcester Technical High School Grades 9 through 12 Students can pursue certifications in a technical career fields at Worcester Technical High School Newark, MD. Contact the school at 410-632-5050
      • Pocomoke High School Grades 9 through 12 Pocomoke High School, an enthusiastic rural learning partnership of parents, educators, and community agencies, empowers all students to meet rigorous academic standards and to develop into responsible, involved life-long learners who can excel in their endeavors, contribute positively to their society, and fulfill their personal dreams. Contact the school at 410-632-5180
      • Snow Hill High School Grades 9 through 12 The mission of Snow Hill High School, a small dynamic learning community, is to nurture and enhance the academic, social, physical and emotional potential in each of our students by providing multiple pathways for student success using standards-based curricula.  Through innovative teaching and learning, as well as partnerships in our community, we empower all students to contribute positively to society.  Contact the school at 410-632-5270
      • Stephen Decatur High School Grades 9 through 12 Offers special programs such as Positive Behavior Interventions and Support Program, Mentoring Program, Freshman Seahawk Day, Senior Seahawk Application Week, Homecoming, Annual Career Week-Job Fair, Service-Oriented Clubs, Read 180 Program, NHS Tutoring Program, SAT Prep Program, numerous Advanced Placement Programs. Contact the school at 410-632-2880
  • Private Schools
    • Worcester Preparatory School Grades Pre-K through 12 It is the mission of Worcester Preparatory School to promote academic excellence through a college preparatory curriculum and to promote the all-round growth of its students personally, physically, socially, and academically through its curricular and extracurricular programs.
    • Seaside Christian Academy Grades Pre-K3 through 12 SCA strives to promote church, home, and school work together. Contact the school at 410-213-7595.
  • Child Care
  • Special Education
  • Head Start
  • Colleges/ Universities

Behavioral Health

  • Outpatient Therapy
    • Child & Family
      • Chesapeake Health Care Services Provided include medication management, family, and individual therapy. Serves children by appointment, call 410-957-1852 to schedule in the Pocomoke office, located at 305 10th St., Pocomoke, Md or 410-641-3340 to schedule in the Berlin office, located at 9956 N. Main St. Suite 4, Berlin, MD.
      • Community Behavioral Health Hours of operation Monday through Friday 8:00am to 6:00pm serves mental health needs for adults, children, adolescents, geriatrics, and families ages 4 through adulthood. To schedule an appointment call 844-224-5264
      • Family Tree Therapy offers child & adolescent counseling for ages 2 through 19, in Ocean Pines, MD. Call 443-735-4812 to schedule. Hours of operation Monday through Thursday 11:00am to 7:00pm
      • Lighthouse Counseling Christian Ministry Serves ages 4 through adulthood, providing individual counseling, addictions counseling, youth and adolescent counseling, and couples and marriage counseling. Hours of Operation Monday through Friday 8:00am to 8:00pm. Call 410-973-2211 to schedule an appointment.
    • Adult
      • Atlantic General Health System Providing Family, Group and Individual therapy, medication management, psychiatric evaluations and tele-psychiatry for pediatric and adult patients. Call 410-641-3340 for an appointment.
      • Chesapeake Health Care services provided include medication management, family and individual therapy. Call 410-957-1852 to schedule in the Pocomoke office, located at 305 10th St., Pocomoke, Md or 410-641-3340 to schedule in the Berlin office, located at 9956 N. Main St. Suite 4, Berlin, MD.. Interpreters available upon request.
      • Community Behavioral Health Hours of operation Monday through Friday 8:00am to 6:00pm serves mental health needs for adults, children, adolescents, geriatrics and families through adulthood. To schedule an appointment call 844-224-5264.
      • Dr. Leslie Donnelly serves ages 16 through adulthood. Hours of operation Tuesday through Friday 9:30am to 5:30pm. Specialties include Therapy for depression and anxiety, online therapy, grief counseling, work and career issues, stress management, conflict resolution, impulse control disorders, mood disorders, hypnosis and EMDR. Call 410-742-7160 to schedule your appointment.
  • Outpatient Treatment Groups
    • Child & Family
    • Adult
  • Outpatient Support Groups
    • Child
    • Teen
    • Adult
    • Family
  • Intensive Outpatient
    • Child
    • Teen
    • Adult
  • Inpatient
    • Child
    • Teen
    • Adult
  • Residential
    • Child
    • Teen
    • Adult
  • Therapeutic Boarding Schools
    • Child
    • Teen
  • Crisis Intervention
    • Jesse Klump Foundation Donna Gleckler – Outreach Coordinator National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255(TALK) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – Providing education and Outreach for Suicide Prevention. For General information email weremember@jessespaddle.org (443)982-2716. To contact the outreach coordinator d.aitken@snet.net (860)597-7733 www.saveashorefarmer.org
    • Affiliated Sante Group- Eastern Shore Crisis Response Services (ESCRS) provides behavioral health emergent, urgent, information and referral crisis response programs. Serving nine counties on the Easter Shore 24 hours a day 7 days a week. four mobile crisis teams located in Cecil, Dorchester, Kent, and Wicomico Counties are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to respond to mental health and substance use crises as defined by the caller. Contact them at 1-888-407-8018.
    • Psychiatry
    • Atlantic General Health System Behavioral Health Crisis Center will provide access to providers and social work for ages 5+ beginning 8/2021
    • Americans With Disabilities Act U.S. Access Board 24 Hour Hotline 1-800-872-2253 Americans with Disabilities Act Information Line 1-800-514-0301(Voice) 1-800-5140383 (TTY)
    • Beacon Place Provides a safe harbor and sanctuary for adults (18+) experiencing acute psychiatric crisis. They are a voluntary alternative to or step down from hospitalization. Team Cell Phone: 443-880-3010
    • Community Outreach Addictions Team (C.O.A.T.) Peer support specialist partnered with local law enforcement assists people into treatment by offering phone and in-person support, connections to local resources, and follow up assistance.  Contact C.O.A.T. at 443-783-6875/410-742-3784
    • Crisis Services The Retreat of Lower Shore Clinic provides short term Residential Crisis Services in a community based setting 24 hours a day, 7 days a week as a voluntary alternative to hospitalization or to shorten the length of a hospital admission. Call the office Monday through Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm at 410-341-3420.
    • Life Crisis Center Provides a 24 hour crisis hotline. Services include counseling for victims of domestic violence or sexual assault, suicide prevention, support groups, emergency safe home, shelter and medical care referral, and assistance
    • Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling offer peer support, treatment providers and other resources. Call them at 1-800-GAMBLER (426-2537)
    • Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) -Lower Shore Clinic provides mobile psychiatric, employment, rehabilitation, nursing, peer support, housing and substance use services. ACT teams provide outreach at a client’s home, work, or any other appropriate location chosen by the client. The teams provide case management and advocacy to assist clients in becoming as independent as possible. Adults in need of services are assessed by clinical staff to determine client’s needs, strengths, resources and also receive a psychiatric evaluation which includes history, mental status examination and diagnosis. Servicing adult residents of Caroline, Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester Counties.
    • Poison Control Center has experts available 24 hours a day 7 days a week to help manage poisoning and overdoses many times right at home. Call 1-800-222-1222 or text “POISON” to 797979 to add Poison Control as a contact in your phone.
    • Suicide Prevention Lifeline English and Spanish speakers provide free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. Call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 TTY: 1-800-799-4889
    • Trevor Lifeline (LGBTQ community) provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ young people under the age of 25.
    • Worcester County Safe Station provides immediate assistance to individuals seeking a path to recovery. The station is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for individuals seeking treatment services.
  • Substance Use Disorders
      • Outpatient
        • Teen
        • Adult
          • Chesapeake Treatment Services Hours of Operation Monday through Friday 5:30am to 2:00pm and Saturdays 5:30am to 9:30am providing adult Medication-Assisted treatment which is a combination of therapy and medications to treat Opioid Use Disorder. Call Chesapeake Treatment Services at 443-373-2113
          • Open Arms & Hears Health Services offers a full range of comprehensive outpatient treatment programs and services for those addicted to opiates, alcohol, and other drugs.  Hours of Operation Monday through Friday 5:00am to 1:00pm and Saturdays 5:00am to 12:00pm Contac the office at 443-437-7128.
          • Worcester County Health Department–  The Worcester County Health Department is committed to recovery and improving the health of the community by providing a wide variety of services specializing in mental health ad addiction issues. Hours of Operation Monday through Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm. Call the Berlin office at 410-629-0164, the Pocomoke office at 410-957-2005 or the Snow Hill office at 410-632-1100 to schedule an appointment.
      • Inpatient
        • Teen
        • Adult
    • Support Groups
      • Teen
        • Jesse Klump Memorial Fund hours of operation are variable. Contact Kim Klump at (410)726-3090 for post-suicide grief counseling. For suicide prevention education contact Donna Gleckler at (860)597-7733.
        • Lower Shore LGBTQ Coalition, Inc If you or someone you know is a transgender/gender non-conforming individual in need of support you can reach the Trans Lifeline at 877-565-8860. If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts contact the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) or 911
      • Adult
      • Family

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