Easton's Promise is an alcohol and drug-free facility. We also provide a relapse prevention program for guests in recovery.
As a former bed and breakfast, Easton's Promise has a living room, dining room, kitchen, and backyard.
Easton's Promise has a meeting room so that guests can meet in private with service providers, counselors, and clergy.
Each room in our shelter facility has its own bathroom, so families can enjoy privacy and autonomy.
We have a washer/dryer, and each family is assigned a laundry day so they can wash their clothes at home.
Each year, 450 volunteers from every corner of our community provide 10,000+ hours of supervision, meals, fellowship, and compassion.
Watch the video to take a virtual tour of our shelter facility at Easton’s Promise!
Click the links below to peruse our latest annual report, and get a glimpse of what our community has made possible for our neighbors in need over the past year. We can’t wait to see what we will do together in the year to come!
For a hard copy of our annual report, contact Jayme Dingler at 443-786-4676 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Talbot Interfaith Shelter was formed in 2008 by a group of concerned members of Talbot County faith communities.
We operated as a “homeless” homeless shelter for five years, rotating between faith communities during the cold weather months and serving 5 individuals at a time.
In 2014, we received a permit to operate a year-round shelter facility at a former bed and breakfast called Easton’s Promise. We have since developed our S4 Program (Shelter, Stability, Support, Success), which includes case management, educational programming, and subsidized transitional housing.
All of this has been made possible by YOUR generosity of money, time, fellowship, and compassion!