Chesapeake Voyagers, Inc.

Wellness & Recovery Center



Who We Are

Chesapeake Voyagers, Inc. opened our doors to our Wellness and Recovery Center in Talbot County on July 15, 2009. We believe that wellness & recovery is possible for those who have life experience with mental health and/or addiction. We are a Peer Run nonprofit organization which means that those who either work or volunteer have lived experience with mental health and/or addiction.  Our Board of Directors consists of both peers and community members who have a personal or professional interest in the lives of individuals in the community. Our doors are open to everyone! 


Our Mission

Chesapeake Voyagers, Inc. is dedicated to promoting wellness and recovery by empowering individuals with behavioral health needs to reach their full potential. We strive to reduce isolation by providing a safe, comfortable, and uplifting environment where individuals can meet others in their community, receive one-to-one peer support, obtain helpful information and skills needed to continue on their individual path to wellness and recovery. 

What is the cost?

Everything we offer is free of charge. We do not require a referral and do not require insurance or payment to attend our groups. Simply stop in to visit!



Peer Support Specialist are available by phone Monday - Friday from 10am-6pm by calling 410-822-1601 or toll free 877-817-8951

We offer 2 online support groups which you can access by computer or phone. 

Click here for more information and instructions on the support groups.  


Chesapeake Voyagers, Inc is an official afflicate of 

On Our Own of Maryland, Inc.

We are back! We missed you!

We are excited to announce we have reopened our Wellness & Recovery Center 2 days a week. This has been a long and unexpected absence due to COVID-19 and we are overjoyed to see everyone again!

We are open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11am-3pm! We know this is nothing like our schedule was before but it is a great place to start and grow from. Over time, as conditions improve, we plan to increase the number of days and hours open. We continue to take guidance from local and state health authorities with everyone’s safety being our main priority. To respect the health and safety of everyone, we will NOT be open on a walk-in basis so we must limit the number of people who can attend at one time.

With new policies and procedures in place in order to reopen, we are requiring that anyone who would like to come back when we reopen, must attend a “Re-Welcoming” Meeting where one of our awesome Peer Support staff will review the new policies and procedures. This is to help fully inform of how things will be once we reopen, and it gives a chance to ask us any questions. We anticipate the “Re-Welcoming” Meeting will take approximately 30 minutes and it will take place at the center. We can provide transportation to those who need it.

In order to set up a time to come in, please call or text 410-253-1720. This number has been designated specifically for scheduling. 

We know that this has been an extremely difficult time for us all, and we truly appreciate your patience and understanding as we work through the many details involved this journey back!