For All Seasons Opens New Offices

Due to a growing demand for mental health services in the region, For All Seasons has opened two new offices this fall in Easton and Stevensville on the Mid Shore.

For All Seasons, which has been providing services in Queen Anne’s County for 20 years, recently opened a new office at 141 Log Canoe Circle in Stevensville, Maryland. A ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Chamber of Commerce was held in Stevensville and Delegate Steve Arentz of District 36 presented For All Seasons a proclamation from the House of Delegates. The new office at 8221 Teal Drive, Suite 427 in Easton is an expansion of For All Seasons existing offices in Easton and will enable staff to treat more clients in an additional convenient location.

For further information about services, contact For All Seasons at 410-822-1018 or visit forallseasonsinc.org.

For All Seasons serves Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne, and Talbot counties. For All Seasons Rape Crisis Center offers certified sexual assault victim advocates; counseling and support groups, free and confidential services in English and Spanish, support in the hospital, police department, and court, and referrals to social and legal services. For All Seasons English Hotline is 1-800-310-RAPE (7273) and Spanish Hotline is 410-829-6143.

Katie Theeke (left) and Valyra Bacigalupi of For All Seasons, Marley Gladden of KRM,  Sallie Miller of For All Seasons, Jack Wilson of Queen Anne’s County Commissioners, Jessie Parks of KRM, Beth Anne Langrell, Executive  Director of For All Seasons, Rick Messick of Comfort Keepers, Erica Batson of For All Seasons, Mike Arntz, representing  Congressman Andy Harris, Denae Spiering of For All Seasons, and Steve Arentz, Maryland Delegate of District 36.
Special guests at the For All Seasons Ribbon-Cutting at 8221 Teal Drive, Suite 427, Easton, included Al Silverstein, Talbot County Chamber of Commerce; Sheriff Joe Gamble, Melissa Kelly of Senator Chris Van Hollen’s office, Mike Arntz of Congressman Andy Harris office, Sgt. Larrimore and Office Willey of the Easton Police Department, and Doug James of Long & Foster Real Estate.
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