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In 2016, Stepping Stones celebrates 45 years of service to individuals with substance use disorders.

Treatment Philosophy

Stepping Stones believes substance use disorder (addiction to alcohol and/or other drugs) is a treatable illness requiring abstinence from mood altering substances.

Participation in recovery support activities such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, and / or Narcotics Anonymous is important for continued recovery.

Family members and other concerned persons should become knowledgeable about addictions, treatment, self-help groups, recovery, and be involved in the recovery process. Furthermore, we believe that involvement in Alanon/Naranon will benefit concerned persons and their loved ones.

If you or someone you care about has a substance use problem,
Stepping Stones may be able to help.

Our services are rated highly by the individuals we serve and by other service providers.

If you are a family member of an individual receiving Stepping Stones services, we can help you learn how to cope and to support your loved one.

A list of Frequently Asked Questions about our services


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In 2016 Stepping Stones' eligible programs received their ninth consecutive three-year accreditation a remarkable 27-year record of providing quality service. CARF is the "Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities." This group is a nonprofit accreditor of health and human services; its goal is to ensure that persons served are at the center of the service delivery process.

By achieving accreditation, we demonstrate that our organization is committed to reducing risk, addressing health and safety concerns, respecting cultural and individual preferences, and providing the best possible quality of care. Accreditation shows that we value the input of the people we serve and are accountable to our community.