From Prison to Professional with Pioneer Human Services

Friday, April 18, 2014

Who would hire and house a felon?

Learn about how the If Project and Pioneer Human Services are making a difference with people who are either incarcerated or reintegrating back into society after incarceration. Read the article or listen to the KIRO Radio 97.3 FM broadcast.

The If Project is a therapeutic rehabilitation program for women in prison that starts with one question: If there was something that someone could have said or done that could have helped you, or prevented you, from the path that you were on, what would it have been?… Read more »

Pioneer Presents the 2013 Annual Report

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Learn about Pioneer’s 50 years of providing services to individuals overcoming the challenges of substance abuse and criminal histories in Washington State in the new 2013 Annual Report. The report is a retrospective of Pioneer’s treatment, housing and employment services, in addition to a review of the growth of our manufacturing, food service and construction enterprises.… Read more »

What makes Pioneer different?

Learn how Pioneer changes lives.
Read about our history.


We help people improve their lives with chemical dependency or mental health treatment, jail & prison transition programs, and housing services.


We provide on the job-readiness courses and occupational training.


We are a social enterprise, offering high-quality products and services at competitive prices.