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COMMUNITY STANDING TOGETHER

HOUSING

The Lincoln School Apartment Program assists peers in obtaining safe and affordable housing, provides access to effective treatment for optimal physical and mental/emotional health, provides opportunities to participate in community roles, and helps peers build natural supports in the community. All referrals are processed through St. Lawrence...

HCBS/CORE SERVICES

CORE Services are person-centered, recovery-oriented, supports intended to improve health by reducing stress, symptoms, and crises while building skills and self-confidence that promote and facilitate community participation and independence. CORE services...

BEYOND THE BOX
Blog & Podcast

Where unconventional thinking intersects with societal and cultural norms. Innovation requires change, and Beyond the Box opens a dialogue for conversations that need to be had and brings awareness to issues that need to be addressed.  We invite you to join us as we discover new solutions. Many will attempt to put you in the box they think you fit in, and it is up to you not to fall into it. 

ABOUT US

S.T.E.P. by S.T.E.P., Inc. strives to empower the members of our community by establishing person-centered relationships, providing advocacy, educational, recovery, and social services, and creating affordable and safe housing opportunities. 

S.T.E.P. by S.T.E.P., Inc. opened their doors on June 1, 1997, and began as a one-room Drop-In-Center. Our mission was to provide people with mental health issues with support as they move back to the larger community.

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While staying true to our grassroots  mission, S.T.E.P. by S.T.E.P., Inc. has grown from assisting only those discovering and recovering with mental illness, and now aims to  improve the mental, physical, and emotional health and well-being of every member of our community. 

 

BEYOND THE BOX

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TESTIMONIALS

“Without S.T.E.P. by S.T.E.P., Inc. we wouldn't have a place to go where we feel accepted.”

Drop-In Center Member

Robert C.