Community is central to Stepping Stones’ 40 years serving West Yavapai County, and without an awesome community, we would not be able to provide our 24/7/365 services. Check out TWO vital reasons why we love our community:
1. Community Support from the very beginning
In 1980, American Association of University Women (AAUW) worked hard to help the Stepping Stones shelter (formerly known as Faith House) open and serve adults and children throughout West Yavapai County.
Since then, countless businesses, civic groups, clubs, and churches have helped provide local families with the opportunity to live free from all forms of victimization. Check out page 3 to see a few of them over the years!
2. Community fellowship uplifts those finding freedom
Some families who come to our program stay with us for a couple weeks, while others are here for months (or even years). When they finish their time here, it is important that they have established a positive community support system. It could be a church fellowship, 12-step program, or other supportive group. Like each of us, it is important to have people around who can walk through the ups and downs of life with you.
Thank you for building a stronger, safer community with us!