Welcome to the fallon Paiute- shoshone tribe

Stepping Stones is a Youth Facility that provides a safe home environment for youth ages 13-18.  The Mission of Stepping Stones is to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of quality residential care for youth within the defined service area (all Nevada Tribes).  The purpose of Stepping Stones is to provide emergency residence, counseling, case planning and treatment recommendations and provide follow-up services that are available, accessible, and acceptable to the clientele.

The staff of Stepping Stones take great strides to keep a routine for their visitors. Each day is scheduled from breakfast before school to homework time when they return.

The roomy common area sits half a dozen comfortably to give each child some down time in the evening. If down time is not what is sought, thanks to a much needed grant, Stepping Stones is housed with a workout area to work out any frustrations and boast good health. commonareaworkout








It is open to both boys and girls with two housing wings to accommodate. Each room is the same as the last that includes two twin beds and a desk plus a wardrobe to place their personal thingbedroom2s. With bright sunny windows and warm cozy colors, homey just does not seem enough to describe the sleeping quarters.





It is also equiped with a computer room to aid in homework or for more general play time.



The goal of the facility is to make this a home and in doing so, to give today’s youth a better tomorrow.


If you would like to learn more about Stepping Stones contact the Program Manager at (775) 423-1132 or ssmanager@fpst.org.