Overdose Awareness Outreach

On August 29, 4:00 PM, volunteers will fan out in neighborhoods in Fall River to hand out literature and answer questions about available to assist those struggling with addiction, to get into recovery as well as information for families trying to assist a loved one into recovery. This event is held in conjunction with International Overdose Awareness Day on August 31.

To participate individually or put a street team together contact:
Destinee Barnes dbarnes@steppingstoneinc.org or 508-567-5086

The 4th Annual Fall River Police and Public Palooze

Building Partnerships, Pride and Peace in Our Community!

3:00pm – Sign Up for Basketball
Tournament at the Police Station

4:00pm – 7:00pm @ Britland Park

  • Free Food
  • Basketball Tournament!
  • Music, Dancing and DJ
  • Photo Booth
  • Face Painting
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Story Telling
  • Police Vehicles Display
  • Canine Demonstration
  • Car Seat Safety Checks
  • Heroes of Peace Presentation
  • And so much more…

My Life. My Choice: Empowering Youth. Ending Exploitation

Registration will begin at 9 a.m. and the training will start at 9:30 and run till 4 p.m. Lunch and CEUs are offered.

Every day, young people are deceived, manipulated, coerced, and forced into the commercial sex industry. This multi-billion dollar industry targets the most vulnerable individuals in our communities. The Understanding and Responding to Victims Training gives service providers, law enforcement, and community members the tools needed to better serve this marginalized population.

Parenting Journey I

This parenting program includes activities, discussions and a family-style meal for 2 hrs/week for 12 weeks. Through a combination of hands-on activities and guided discussions, you will develop knowledge and skills that support you as a parent. By reflecting on your own childhood, you will be able to choose what kind of parent you want to be and create your own style of parenting  – one that reflects your personal vision and values.

Please register with the FRC at 508-567-1735.