A safe and comfortable place to achieve lasting sobriety
Stepping Stone’s Mission is to treat, assist and support women in their early recovery from co-occuring disorders associated with alcohol and or drugs.
We do this by offering short term and long term treatment using evidenced based treatments and our 55 years of experience working with this population.
Our program’s primary goal is returning residents to their families, and employment with a developed sense of autonomy, firmly grounded in their wellness and recovery so they may reintegrate as productive members of society.
As many of you know, we have been renovating our Queen Anne Victorian which is more than 100 years old. On March 6, as we were nearing the end of our renovation, the fire sprinkler system was activated on the third floor causing extensive water damage to our newly renovated first and second floors ruining carpets and damaging ceilings and walls. No one was hurt but the house is temporarily closed so that we can repair the damage done.
Peninsula Burgers ‘N Bingo
Hats Off to Stepping Stone
Mark your calendar. The second annual Peninsula Burgers ‘N Bingo is on. Wear a hat and win a prize!
When: Saturday, July 22nd, 5:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Where: St. Bede’s Episcopal Church
2650 Sand Hill Rd, Menlo Park
Have fun and help women in early recovery!
What People Are Saying
“When I thought I would never be able to get a job again, Stepping Stone gave me hope and strength to transition into my new life of sobriety. They told me there are consequences to poor behavior. I now understand and apply this to all aspects of my life in decision-making and holding commitments. When I struggled with not drinking, Stepping Stone helped remind me of the severity of this disease of addiction and gave me tools to work through it.”
— Program Graduate
“I give to Stepping Stone because I can see the light of recovery and healing in the eyes of the residents. Stepping Stone is unique in its emphasis on work, education and community service. Residents learn how to function in the world while being supported by fellow women in recovery, a caring staff and a structured environment.”