Welcome to Stepping Stones North Wales

Living Well is Our Triumph

Stepping Stones is a registered charity providing therapeutic services across North Wales to adults who have been sexually abused as children.

You are welcome to browse our website, where we have some information for those who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse.

Taking the first step of telling someone can be really difficult.

“Talk to us we listen”

At Stepping Stones we offer counselling and support across North Wales, our service is non-discriminatory regarding gender, race or ethnicity, we embrace and respect diversity and our service is free to all at point of need.
We provide a safe environment so that you can access the support you need. Our services are confidential (with the exception where the protection and safeguarding of children and vulnerable people is compromised).

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Child abuse victim speaks movingly about how charity saved her life.

COVID 19 Updates and Alerts

Important information relating to our services during the current COVID 19 pandemic. Message for all current clients and those waiting or wanting to refer someone, their family members, referral agencies and concerned others. Face to face counselling has been suspended with effect from Monday 23rd March and a range of alternative measures have been introduced Continue reading

Referral

Contact us anytime

Office hours

9am to 4.30pm

Telephone: 01978 352717

Out of office hours

Support available by calling the Live Fear Free Helpline on 0808 8010800 (Free call)

More information about who we are and what we do and why and a form for you to refer yourself to us including our head office telephone number and address.

If you cannot find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact us

Stepping Stones do not support anyone under investigation/awaiting court hearings for sexual offences.

Counselling

Counselling

We have counsellors working across the six counties of North Wales.

All our counsellors are BACP Registered. Counsellor qualifications available upon request.

Wherever possible we will provide support at a preferred location and choice of language and gender of counsellor.

For further information regarding the BACP go to www.bacp.co.uk Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions.

We have disability friendly counselling rooms and toilet facilities.
We can provide a hearing loop, if required.
We can provide counselling in the Welsh language if required.

Need Help

Need Help

Community Helplines offering immediate support (see our signposting directory for additional support information).

Samaritans 116 123

CALL (community advice listening line) on 0800 132 737

Live Fear Free Helpline (All Wales Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Helpline) 0808 8010 800

LGBT helpline call 0300 330 0630 (normal call charges apply).

Safeline Male Survivors helpline call 0808 800 5008.

The Survivors Trust

Survivors Manchester