Since being founded in 1963, Pioneer Human Services has expanded from a single halfway house to a nationally recognized non-profit with nearly 60 locations across Washington State. We are proud to be a leading organization in the state that offers an integrated array of treatment, housing and employment services to men and women who are overcoming the challenges of chemical dependency, mental health issues and criminal histories. Pioneer’s goal is to provide a chance for change for people who want to turn their lives around.
Despite our growth and progress, our core values and purpose have not wavered. Everyone deserves an opportunity to achieve their potential including our employees! We are committed to creating a dynamic work environment that encourages professional and personal growth.
From our health plans and Employee Assistance Program, to our tuition assistance and retirement plans, Pioneer is committed to providing benefits that matter to you at each stage of your employment.
We are always looking for talented individuals who are passionate about making a difference in the lives of others. If you’ve been looking for a company that’s as dedicated to helping people as you are, you’ve found it!
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May is a busy month with many events to observe and celebrate:
National Prevention Week is May 15 -26, 2016. It is an annual health observance dedicated to increasing public awareness of, and action around, mental and/or substance use disorders.
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month. This year’s theme for Mental Health Month is – Life with a Mental Illness – and will call on individuals to share what life with a mental illness feels like for them in words, pictures and video by tagging their social media posts with #mentalillnessfeelslike (or submitting to MHA anonymously). Posts will be collected and displayed at mentalhealthamerica.net/feelslike. Posting with the hashtag will allow people to speak up about their own experiences, to share their point of view with individuals who may be struggling to explain what they are going through—and help others figure out if they too are showing signs of a mental illness. Sharing is the key to breaking down negative attitudes and misperceptions surrounding mental illnesses, and to show others that they are not alone in their feelings and their symptoms.
May is National Drug Court month. For over two decades the treatment court community has come together each May to shine a light on the unparalleled success of adult drug courts, juvenile drug courts, family dependency treatment courts, tribal healing to wellness courts, DWI courts, and veterans treatment courts. National Drug Court Month is our greatest opportunity demonstrate the collective impact of these life-saving programs and send the powerful message that they must be expanded. Therefore, this year’s National Drug Court Month theme is “Criminal Justice Reform in Action.”
May is National Foster Care Month, a month set aside to acknowledge foster parents, family members, volunteers, mentors, policymakers, child welfare professionals, and other members of the community who help children and youth in foster care find permanent homes and connections.