Eastern Shore Campus

The Eastern Shore Campus provides High Intensity Residential Services to male youth, ages 11 to 18. Residents are given therapeutic, academic and behavioral support to help them overcome emotional and behavioral issues and to function responsibly in the community.


Youth in the residential program live in two cottages, each containing eight single rooms. An Administration Building on the campus provides office space for the Director of Campus Life, Clinical Director and support staff.



Clinically, all residents undergo assessments when admitted. Treatment goals, objectives and interventions are then developed. Every effort is made to include families in the total experience, from admission to discharge.

Recreationally, youth participate in structured sports and activities. The campus provides a two court outdoor basketball facility and a softball field. The expansive fields surrounding the campus are used for kickball, whiffle ball, soccer and bike riding.

The Eastern Shore Campus has partnered with community-based programs to provide additional recreational and club activities off campus. Special thanks go to the YMCA, local sports camps, and to our United Methodist Church partners for their ongoing support of our youth. 

Spiritually, residents may engage in Christian–oriented services, including bible study, church services and community service. The youth are permitted to attend denominational services off-campus.


Eastern Shore campus youth attend local community schools in Caroline County that best serve their educational needs. The process of enrollment includes evaluating which setting and services are in the best interest of the youth being served.


A multi-disciplinary professional team provides behavioral health and therapeutic supports. The staff includes child care workers, clinicians, supervisors and recreational staff. The youth are seen by an agency psychiatrist and receive medical services from community providers.



Do you have an upcoming community fair, extra tickets to an event, or another great idea for our youth to participate in?  Please call or email us!  


Phone: 410-479-1743
Fax: 410-479-3674

27993 Substation Road
Denton, MD 21629

Directions to the Eastern Shore Campus

National Commission for the Accreditation of Special Education Services   Educational Assessment Guidelines Leading toward Excellence (EAGLE)   Council on Accreditation (COA)