Embrace Stepping Stones is honored to be part of Draper Days 2017 Parade which will take place on Saturday, July 15, 2017, at 8AM. We are excited to bring in a lot of fun as we march along the parade route. We would like to have you join in our parade in what we believe will be the most exciting parade we’ve done in years!
Second annual Embrace Recovery 5k Run / Walk
Location: Liberty Park - Date: August 19, 2017
Save the Date! More Details Coming Soon.
Join our Facebook event here: Easter Egg Hunt at Liberty Park
Hope to see you all there!
Trick-or-Treating for the kids, with the scares and flares put together by the adults. Decorate your trunk for the kids and load it up with treats.
Friends of Drug Court, and their families are invited to enjoy a twist on this Utah family tradition. Additional activities include a costume contest, trunk contest, and coloring contest. Food and other refreshments will be provided as well.
Date: October 29, 2016
Time: 5pm - 7pm
Location: CJS Parking Lot, 145 E 1300 S, Salt Lake City, UT
Embrace Stepping Stones is honored to be part of Draper Days 2016 Parade which will take place on Saturday, July 16, 2016, at 9AM. We are excited and grateful to have Marvel characters/heroes/heroines join us as we march along the parade route. Following the parade, make sure to find our booth* and get your photo op with your favorite Marvel hero/heroine. Our theme: Be Your Own Hero!
Stepping Stones Chandler A. Thomas, who is a licensed Substance Abuse Disorder Counselor, was interviewed on Utah's Videazine "What's Your Story?". Learn more about her story and also about the upcoming Embrace Recovery 5K Run and Benefit Concert being held on August 20, 2016.
Stepping Stones is a dedicated group of Salt Lake County Drug Court alumni who continue to lead productive, healthy lives, and believe in giving back to the community. Through our efforts to organize safe and sober public activities, we are able to support current clients and their families as they overcome the challenges of new recovery from substance use disorders, and persevere through the Drug Court program.