About Step 13
breaking the cycle
Step 13 is a non-profit, transitional living program founded in 1983 for addicted homeless who show a desire to give up their alcohol, drug, shelter and soup kitchen dependency cycle and become productive members of society. Step 13 is structured so that one size does not fit all. That is why we do not set a time limit of 30 days, 60 days or a year. Some people have skills and just need a helping hand, others have no skills or education and need time to acquire the necessary skills to compete in today's market.
People like you and companies like yours support step 13 because we consistently accomplish our mission. Click here to see some of the results-oriented individuals and organizations that support step.
Step 13 is recognized not only because of the success we have rehabilitating addicted homeless, but also because we do it without funding from federal, state, or city government. Click here to see some of the recognition we have received.
Since 1983, step 13 has taken on the monumental task of helping the addicted homeless. Click here to see our history.
board of directors
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The driving force behind step 13, Bob Coté brings his life's experience to his work. Click here to learn more about the man behind step's success.
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