This Week in Rotary: February 12, 2018
 
Tracy Pierce, Stepping Stone Emergency Housing
 
Stepping Stone Emergency Housing is the only homeless shelter in Anoka County that accepts single, homeless adults.  The group’s mission is to provide emergency housing and support to adults and youth, who are 18 and older experiencing homelessness, as they strive towards self-sufficiency.  Stepping Stone began serving homeless adults in 1994 under the management of Shiloh Ministries and in 2008 received non-profit status with a Board of Directors.  In 2012, the shelter moved from a 16-bed facility on Ferry Street to the Cronin Building on the former State Hospital grounds.  On Monday, February 12th, Tracy Pierce from Stepping Stone will talk about a new mentorship program that the group has launched.  We hope you can join us for lunch and an informative program.