If you or someone you know is in need of our services, which include counseling, 72 hour detox, therapeutic sessions, endless prayer, reconciliation of broken relationships and standard living such as meals, beds, shelter and a place to clean up, then call our intake office at 314-231-5175. We are open and answering calls 24/7 so call us now and get the help you or your loved one needs.
We have an 80% success rate meaning that 8 out of 10 men who graduate our program remain sober. This is amazing and we thank God everyday for his mercy on us.
Covenant with SITLM
You can send a donation of $20.00 a month for 12 months or $240.00 to cover the entire year. This will cover the entire cost for a single individual to be under our services which include counseling, 72 hour detox, therapeutic sessions, endless prayer, reconciliation of broken relationships, and standard living such as meals, beds, shelter and a place to clean up. Just click the button below to get started!
Last Will and Testament
If you would like to leave a donation to us in a will then you can call us at 314-231-5175 and let us know. We appreciate all the donations that we recieve and will be more than happy to guide you in putting Stepping Into The Light Ministry in your will to help us to keep the doors open for these men of God who are bound by drugs and alcohol.
We are asking all organizations, entrepeneur's, churches, pastors, businesses and leaders in the community to assist us to purchase beds and linen for the men at SITLM.
Their needs are twin beds, sheets, pillow cases, pillows, blankets, towels or a donation of $100 will cover all of it.
There is a strong demand for these items and any donation that you can give will be very much appreciated and go a long way.
Send check or money order to:
Stepping Into The Light
1402 Hebert Street, Saint Louis, MO 63107
314.231.5175 - Intake Office
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"We are striving everyday to make Stepping Into The Light Ministry a livable place for the men. We work hard to make sure that the ministry is running and the men in it are learning something new everyday. Each day that God blesses us with we take advantage of it and grasp hold of what the Lord blesses us with."
Bishop Jerome Bracely