• Embrace Changes for a Better Life

    Embrace Changes for a Better Life

    Little changes are made by an individual each moment of every day leading to a better life.

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  • Dare to do Something Different

    Dare to do Something Different

    An individual makes the choice to be daring by doing something uncomfortable that will change their life forever.

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  • Rebuilding Relationships With Family

    Rebuilding Relationships With Family

    Resolving the challenges with the ones closest to us is often one of the most important steps to a happy life.

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  • Ride for Recovery

    Ride for Recovery

    A ride along roads which traverse hills and dip down into ravines symbolizes our journey from addiction to recovery.

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What is Stepping Stones?

Stepping Stones is a dedicated group of alumni (Friends of Drug Court) who have graduated the Drug Court treatment program and who continue to lead productive and healthy lives in the community. Many members of Stepping Stones give back by organizing events and activities that help current clients in the Drug Court program become more involved.

Healing Touch Therapy


(Article Written by Addiction.com)

Healing Touch therapy is a gentle, non-invasive, and relaxing energy-based therapy. It involves the use of a very light touch, or near-body touch, of the hands in order to clear, stimulate, and restore balance to the energy flowing through your body as well as the energy field surrounding it. The goal is to support and promote healing and wellbeing on all levels – physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.

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Stepping Stones aspires to offer individual services as they provide attention to the individual. With your help, we can offer: one-on-one, advocacy, connecting with resources, and in-home assistance.


Stepping Stones aspires to offer group therapy as it is one of the most successful elements of long-term recovery. With your help, we can offer: women's groups, men's groups, aftercare groups, parenting groups, life-skills groups, and peer-to-peer services.


Graduates of Drug Court and current participants organize regular social and family events, retreats, and activities which help people in recovery connect and have fun sober.