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Stepping Stones

Stepping Stones

(888) 866-0113

Stepping Stones

39 years in business

482 Congress Street Suite 301
Portland, ME 04101-3437

BBB File Opened: 2/17/1995
Business Started: 2/17/1977
Type of Entity
Business Management
  • Ms. Shaina Pike, Director of Training and Program Compliance
Contact Information
  • Principal: Ms. Shaina Pike, Director of Training and Program Compliance
Business Category
  • Adoption Services
  • NAICS: Child and Youth Services

Alternate Business Names
  • MAPS


Out of Business

According to information in BBB files, this business is no longer in business.


Stepping Stones provides safe, developmentally appropriate services for each child and family we encounter. Whether it's creating new families through adoption, preserving current family bonds or reunifying families, Stepping Stones offers hope, opportunity, and stability as we nurture paths to a more promising tomorrow.

Let's socialize:
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S: Closed
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Stepping Stones