Welcome To Steepletown!
Adult & Family Services: Al-Anon & AA
Al-Anon and AA meetings are for those struggling with the effects of alcoholism or other substance use disorders. The Al-Anon meeting is every Monday, from 7:30-8:30 pm; this is an open meeting. The AA meetings are on Thursday evenings, beginning at 7:00p.m. The AA meetings are open and various Native American traditions are incorporated into the AA meetings.
Native American Family Services
The goal of the Family Outreach Center & Native American Family Services is to deliver services and information that ecourage healthy lifestyles while discouraging the use of alcohol and other drugs. NAFS offices are located on the 1st Floor of Steepletown Center
This educational program provides the Hispanic Community the ability to complete their primary, secondary, and/or GED education through the El CONEVYT (Consejo Nacional para la Vida y el Trabajo) together with the INEA (Instituto Nacional para la Educacion de las Adultos). We are located in the Lower Level of Steepletown Center.
Blue Marble Threads
Professional seamstress services. Beginning and Intermediate sewing lessons. Eco-friendly products using reclaimed materials from the West Side Garage Store - A Zero Waste business. We are located in the Lower Level of Steepletown Center
Kent County Renters Alliance
Changing the face of renting by promoting fair renting practices, ensuring renters' rights are upheld, and supporting permanent, quality housing for all. For more information please email: email@example.com.
Comprised of individual practitioners, the Healing Wing offers holistic therapy (Energy Touch, Massage, Reiki, Craniosacral). Located on the 2nd floor of Steepletown Center, practitioners and their services include:
Chris Wheeler - Energy Touch Practitioner
Mary Johnson - Energy Touch Practitioner
Therese Flickenger -
Timothy J. Pieri, MSW - Therapy services, Individual & Family Counseling