We're Here to Help with Pregnancy and Substance Abuse

Pregnancy and substance abuse is not something anyone would encourage, as the risks are well known. However, pregnancy and substance abuse is undeniably on the rise. In 2003 in the United States, approximately 5,000 babies were born dependent on drugs and that number grew to 27,000 cases in 2013.

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How to Talk to Your Teen about Drug and Alcohol Use

Sometimes it is difficult to know if a child has a youth alcohol abuse problem, but parents should always try to watch for the signs and seek early intervention. Contact Stepping Stones through a call at 402-488-6511 or through our website at for a youth alcohol abuse assessment.

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Youth Substance Abuse Services

Youth substance abuse services are available for you and your loved one. Treatment is not easy and no one ever imagined it would come to this, but it has, it is possible, and you are not alone. The good news is that recognizing the signs, early intervention, and wrap around supports are the key to success and Stepping Stones is here to help. Call today 402-448-6511 to begin your journey to recovery.

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Teen Drug Addiction

Sometimes teen drug addiction happens and preventative measures simply do not work. In this case, early intervention is the next best thing,  Stepping Stones offers drug and alcohol evaluations catered to teen drug addiction. To schedule an appointment at Stepping Stones for teen drug addiction evaluations or outpatient counseling and treatment, call 402-488-6511.

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Arts & Crafts Fair

Stepping Stones, a substance abuse outpatient treatment program, is holding its first Arts & Crafts Fair on Saturday, June 1. The sale will be held at Lincoln Medical Education Partnership, 4600 Valley Road, Entrance 1, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Baked goods will also be available for sale. Admission is free, however a non-perishable food item for our emergency food pantry would be appreciated. Additional vendors are welcome! Please contact Kelly Madcharo at kmadcharo@lmep.com or (402) 327-6851 to learn more.

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Substance Abuse Counselor

Substance abuse has no type. Anyone can struggle with substance abuse and seeking a substance abuse counselor shows strength. So, what is substance abuse? Simply put, it is using drugs that are not legal. It also includes over-using legal substances like alcohol or prescription medication or using them in ways not suggested by manufacturers (WebMD).

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