LifeSteps has provided alcohol and drug prevention, intervention and educational services to Williamson County since 1978.

In the beginning, only a long, narrow staircase to a small second-floor office overlooking the courthouse on the historic square in Georgetown, linked clients to a couple of Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors. Clients seeking sobriety would start up those steps to begin a journey towards a better life, hence the name “LifeSteps.”

Today, LifeSteps provides a variety of services and programs to the community, reaching individuals and organizations, to promote a healthier lifestyle. 

Our mission is to improve our community’s health, safety, and well-being by preventing substance use disorders, providing early intervention, and supporting long-term recovery.

Substance misuse and substance use disorders have devastating effects, disrupt the future plans of too many people and all too, often, end lives prematurely or tragically.

Prevention, early intervention, treatment, and recovery support programs really do work!LS 40_message

We are pleased and proud to be celebrating LifeSteps 40th Anniversary!  

In this, our 40th year, we are celebrating with those who have helped us reach this milestone.

40 years of quality education!

40 years of community involvement!

40 years of assistance and support!

40 years of changing lives!

More than 150 supporters attended our 40th Anniversary Celebration Luncheon, honoring Barbara Brightwell, founder of LifeSteps.

The Honorable Judge Laura Barker,  Williamson County Court at Law #2  and Commander Karen Hearod, Regional Administrator for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, were the keynote speakers. Judge Bill Gravell performed a great job as emcee.

We are thankful for all sponsors:

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You can see pictures of the event at LifeSteps’ Facebook page and download the 40th Anniversary program here.





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