40th Anniversary Timeline

Learn more about our 40 years of service to West Yavapai County!

Step One Community Center and Administration Office Moving

In August 2020, we’ll be moving our Administration Offices and Step One Community Center up to our new location at 2651 N. Industrial Way in Prescott Valley.

Stepping Stones Thrift Requiring Masks Beginning 7-24-20

Face masks will be required to enter and shop at Stepping Stones Thrift Stores in Prescott and Prescott Valley beginning Friday 7-24-20.

Dedicated to ending intimate violence

Stepping Stones provides 24/7/365 Advocacy Services for families escaping abuse in West Yavapai County. Contact our Helpline: 928.445.HOPE (4673)

Stepping Stones Administration Office and Step One Community Center MOVED to our new location at 2651 N. Industrial Way in Prescott Valley.

Since 1980, Stepping Stones Agencies has provided 24/7/365 advocacy services, including safe shelter, to adults and children affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and other forms of victimization in West Yavapai County, Arizona.

Advocates are always available – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Call our Helpline to speak to an advocate: 928-445-HOPE

If you are in immediate danger, call 911. 

Stepping Stones 24/7 Helpline: 928.445.HOPE (445.4673)

TTY/TDD FOR HEARING IMPAIRED: Call 711, then provide our Helpline to relay service 928.445.4673

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800.799.7233

In the Verde Valley, call: 800.930.7233

Yavapai County Victim Assistance: 928.771.3485

Stepping Stones Thrift Holiday Hours 2020

Stepping Stones Thrift Stores have special hours for the upcoming holidays. Please see our schedule below and take note for all your holiday shopping needs! Stepping Stones Thrift Store Holiday Hours 2020 Thanksgiving: Wednesday, November 25: 9 am - 3 pm Thursday,...

There’s Always Enough Room at the Table for Local Families

Around the clock service for 40 years doesn’t happen alone or by one person. It takes a community of committed employees, volunteers, businesses, civic agencies, and friends to ensure that families are able to live in safety, free from abuse 24/7/365. There isn’t room...

Miranda’s Story: The Last Time it Happened Was Enough

“I didn’t have an abusive relationship until this person. When I look back on all I learned at Stepping Stones, I’m like ‘wow!’ there were so many warning signs, and I just had no idea.” When Miranda* met her boyfriend, he had just got out of prison for domestic...