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STEPS Program

STEPS is a domestic violence education program designed to challenge the beliefs and attitudes of women who have been abusive to their partners or ex-partners.  

STEPS works closely with the criminal justice system, advocating that women be held accountable for their abusive behavior. Attending STEPS in no way ensures that a person will stop their abuse and violence.


What is STEPS?

STEPS is a 15-class program with weekly classes (1.5 hours).  See our STEPS Program Core Themes.

Where is STEPS?

STEPS classes are located at 449 E. Washington Street (corner of Townsend).

STEPS Orientation:

Orientation sessions are held the first and third Monday of each month from 11 AM - 12 noon.  To participate in the STEPS program, email the Program Coordinator to schedule your initial orientation.  On the date of your STEPS orientation, please arrive no later than 10:45 AM with your orientation fee (see chart below).  Fees are on a sliding scale, based on take-home pay:

Homeless/Residential Facility $0
CPS $1
Unemployed with residence $10
Employed part-time $20
Employed full-time $30

When is STEPS?

STEPS classes are held on Mondays from 12 noon - 1:30 p.m.  

For More Information:

Please click HERE to email the STEPS Program Coordinator or call (315) 425-0818.

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