Our Social Enterprises
Stepping Stones’ social enterprises include Stepping Stones Thrift stores, Step One Community Center, and Next Chapter Recovery Bookstore. Shopping and donating at these locations means your money and goods stay local and impact families right here in our community.
Stepping Stones has worked diligently to move from a “charity” posture and “entitlement” mentality to a “consumer-driven” posture and “high-impact service” mentality in the way we run our businesses and provide services. We believe this agency-wide shift in posture has created a culture of possibility that has a profoundly positive impact on those individual adults and children that come to us for help.
Our social enterprise services provide several areas of paid job training venues for adults in our advocacy programs each year. They also provide affordable training/meeting space to community-based service providers. And most importantly, a sustainable revenue stream to assure that all of our services are available to our community 24/7/365.
Stepping Stones Thrift
Since 1997, your thrift store donations have provided hundreds of paid job training opportunities and supported the operations of our 24/7/365 safe shelter and advocacy services for adults and children in our West Yavapai County communities.
We gratefully accept your generous thrift store donations of furniture, home décor/housewares, working appliances, office supplies, tools, sporting goods, clothing, and accessories. We also take cars, boats, etc. as long as they have a valid title. Please see the list below for items we are unable to accept.
We are also happy to pick up your furniture donations – and you don’t have to haul it out to the curb! Call our Donation Center at 928.759.0225 to schedule a pick up of your large furniture items.
Legitimate service animals are welcome in the thrift store (i.e. trained, on leash, well behaved, focused on their job). We honor legitimate service animals and their owners by not allowing any pets (including emotional support animals) in the store.
Our associates work very hard to assure a positive, clean, friendly, accommodating environment for all our associates and customers. We will not make exceptions or lower our standards of operation.
Stepping Stones Thrift
Industrial Way Prescott Valley
2651 N. Industrial Way (Off Highway 69 at Mendecino Drive, Right on Lorna Lane) Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
PHONE NUMBER: 928.499.3206
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 9 am – 5 pm
Donation drop off accepted: Tuesday – Saturday 9 am – 4 pm
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Donation Pick ups
Please call to learn more about our current schedule and reserve a spot:
Mon-Thurs 9am – 4pm at 928-759-0225.
Stepping Stones Thrift Stores will pick up donations from your home throughout the Prescott – Prescott Valley – Chino Valley area!
If you have large items like furniture or appliances that are in good, salable condition that you want to donate to Stepping Stones, call our Donation Center at 928-759-0225 to schedule a donation pick up in the Prescott and Quad Cities area.
During busy seasons, our trucks are often two weeks out to schedule a pick up, so please plan ahead! We are typically unable to accommodate same day or next day pick ups.
Questions about if we can take your donation in the Prescott area? Call us at 928-759-0225.
Stepping Stones Thrift Donation Center schedules all pick ups for Prescott, Prescott Valley, and Chino Valley areas. Please call 928-759-0225 Monday – Thursday 9 am – 4:00 pm to schedule your donation pick up. If you receive our voicemail, please leave a message with your name and phone number, and we will return your call at the earliest convenience.
Donation Center associates will advise on items that we can/cannot accept as donations (additional lists below).
Our drivers have the final say in what they will be able to accept at the time of pick up. Please note: we are unable to box or provide any packing assistance.
Items we are unable to accept for thrift donation at any time:
- Building materials (i.e. doors, sinks, cabinets, etc.)
- Entertainment Centers (large and/or armoire style)
- Used overhead microwaves
- CRTs/Rear Projection TVs, Plasma TVs
- Dresser mirrors (without the dresser)
- Box springs
- 4' or 8' fluorescent tubes
- "L" or "U" shaped large metal desks
- Christmas trees NOT in a container (tree box, bag, or original box)
- Glass tables (solid glass top, kitchen size, other large size)
- Commercial copiers
Items for thrift donation accepted by store discretion/case by case basis:
- Ceiling Fans (new and in box only)
- Portable cribs (Pac n' Play)
- Cordless blinds (no corded or vertical)
- Carpet, tile, wood flooring
- Mattress toppers (new only)
- Kitchen tables without chairs
- Printers (new only)
- Cans/Buckets of paint
- Stereo cabinet
- Desks (executive, real wood)
- Oversized coffee tables
- China cabinets
Prescott Valley 12-Step Recovery and Inspirational Bookstore
The bookstore and gift shop is located inside Stepping Stones Administration Office at 2651 N. Industrial Way in Prescott Valley. Open Monday – Thursday 9am – 4pm; Friday by appointment.
Call 928-772-4184 for more information.
Need that perfect gift for employee recognition, inspirational thinking of you, even birthday cards for your co-workers? What about celebrating and acknowledging someone’s special clean & sober anniversary? Check out the self-help specialty workbooks and journals for yourself or a gift for someone exploring their own personal growth and development.
We can also special order items or gifts in quantity for groups. Best of all, get motivating and inspirational gifts, clothing, books, and cards while supporting the 24/7 services that Stepping Stones provides to adults and children in our community.
Step One Community Center
2651 N. Industrial Way, Suite A • Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Currently, we are not accepting new meetings in our meeting rooms.
If you have questions about our meeting spaces, please call Leslie at 928-772-4184.
The Step One Community Center is a resource center with meeting rooms for 12-Step recovery and support group meetings and the Wall of Resources. Learn more about each of these Step One Community Center services. If you would like more information about how you or your not-for-profit organization can utilize the Step One Community Center, please call Leslie at 928.772.4184.
STEP ONE COMMUNITY CENTER MEETING ROOMS ARE CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW MEETINGS. FOR QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL 928-772-4184 FOR INFORMATION.
Step One Community Center has moved to 2651 N. Industrial Way in Prescott Valley. Call us for more information: 928-772-4184.
The Step One Community Center meeting rooms provide not-for-profits and community organizations an affordable place to hold board and staff meetings, training sessions, and annual strategic planning sessions.
For inquiries regarding meeting room availability and reservations, please call Leslie at 928.772.4184 or email@example.com to make an appointment.
CLICK HERE to download and fill out the general room reservation request form.
CLICK HERE to download and fill out the 12-Step rental reservation form.
Sending in request forms does not guarantee a room reservation. Once forms are received Stepping Stones will contact you with a confirmation. Please inquire about reservations a minimum of two weeks before meeting date.
PLEASE SEE THE LATEST SCHEDULE OF 12-STEP MEETINGS HAPPENING AT STEP ONE COMMUNITY CENTER. PLEASE CALL 928-772-4184 FOR INFORMATION.
Step One Community Center has moved to 2651 N. Industrial Way in Prescott Valley.
The Step One Community Center has weekly recovery groups and support groups in Prescott Valley. Below are lists of Prescott Valley and Prescott recovery groups located at the Step One Community Center and other locations in the quad-cities area.
If you are interested in holding your registered 12-Step meeting here at the center, please contact Leslie at 928.772.4184. Beforehand, you can also download and fill-out the request form.
CURRENT MEETING SCHEDULE (updated November 2022): CLICK HERE
You can also learn about current online and in-person meetings happening in our community by following the links below for more info:
Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) | Meetings: Prescott Area – Group AA Meetings
Al-Anon | Meetings: Prescott Area – Al-Anon Meetings
Narcotics Anonymous (N.A.) | Meetings: Prescott Area – NA Meetings
The Step One Community Center Wall of Resources contains current brochures and information for the hundreds of local resources available to help individuals and families in our community.
Not-For-Profit social services can keep their information available at the center for free. For-profit service agencies pay $50 per year to include their service information.
These resources are available for the public access Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. inside Stepping Stones Administration Office.
Call 928-772-4184 for information or call our 24/7 Helpline to speak with an advocate about community resources: 928-445-HOPE (4673).