top of page
Support Group Session


Alumni Program
Family Education Series
Continuing Your Journey

At Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare we recognize that recovery is a life-long journey, we like to maintain contact with our alumni after they graduate treatment through a variety of opportunities. 

Our alumni are able to return and share their experiences with treatment and transition into early recovery as a part of our residential program. We have an alumni board that plans events throughout the year. 

Our alumni program is open to all former clients, outpatient or residential. Please contact Scott Smith at for more information on our alumni program. 


"I was totally unaware of how encompassing this program is. Stepping Stone is an amazing program. I am so grateful for the wonderful staff and therapists as well as the curriculum. If ever there's a safe place to begin recovery, by far, Stepping Stone is it."

Stay Connected to Stay Sober

Please visit our Facebook page to stay up to date on our events and any other local recovery events.

"When I first got here, I didn't want to be here, was in my head for the first four days in detox about how I could leave. I'm so glad I didn't. Staying here, getting clean, is the best thing I ever did. This is an amazing place."


"Stepping Stone and its staff are the very definition of love. I came in here so lost and was greeted with open arms by all. You showed me a way, you showed me hope and gave me a piece of mind. That's something I thought was lost forever. I am eternally grateful! Thank you!"

"Stepping Stone saved my life!"

"Thank you for your help with my recovery. I will always remember the tools I learned here. Stepping Stone made me a much better person. I learned so much about myself. Thank you again!"

"Thank you all so much! From the bottom of my heart, I needed and wanted help so much. You all are so wonderful and loving, kind and gently. You helped me through my worst times in life and loved me through the pain and encouraged me to stay strong and have hope. Much love and apprecition."

bottom of page