Stepping Stone was acquired by Pinnacle Treatment Centers in 2022

Founded in 2010, Stepping Stone locations provide Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) through methadone and buprenorphine. Stepping Stone was founded on the principles of strong personalized evidence-based treatment stemming from the understanding that addiction is a community disease requiring strong community ties and impeccable organizational reputation. Stepping Stone is dedicated to being a positive, supportive presence in the community, and in the lives of the people they serve, in the collective pursuit to successfully cope with the disease of addiction. They have shaped their model of care by combining MAT with:
  • Individual, Family, and Group Counseling
  • Education, Support, and Referral Sources
  • Case Management
  • Laboratory Services
  • Stepping Stone of Boone

    Boone, NC

    Stepping Stone is a medically-assisted opiate addiction treatment program. This means we help those who are addicted to opiates such as heroin, morphine, Oxycontin, oxycodone, and other prescription painkillers through a combination of medication and counseling.

    During admission, you will meet with a counselor to discuss your addiction history, followed by a physical and lab work. If you are accepted into treatment, the doctor will help you determine which medication is right for you.

    We use methadone and buprenorphine, two medications that safely and effectively alleviate the symptoms of opiate withdrawal. When you begin treatment, you come in every day to receive your medication and, if needed, to meet with your counselor. As you progress through treatment, you may be eligible to receive medication to take home with you so that you do not need to come to treatment each day. Our morning hours and take-home medication program are designed to help you continue regular attendance at work, school, and the ability to care for your family on a day to day basis without feeling as if attendance is a burden.

    643-L Greenway Road
    Boone, NC 28607
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    Intake days:
    Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Appointments preferred but walk-ins accepted.