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Laura has come full circle with Pioneer Human Services. Several years ago she was referred into Pioneer Center North (PCN) to treat her chronic substance abuse issues, and this summer she is going to be working at PCN, earning her last practicum for her Associate Degree as a Chemical Dependency Professional Trainee (CDPT).  Laura shared her story with us.

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The Community Reentry Skills Center (CRSC) is a ...

Read Richard's story on the power of giving back, and the vital role that housing plays when an individual is trying to turn his/her life around after prison.

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When Richard was released from prison he was sent to a work release in Seattle that Pioneer Human Services operated. That was his first introduction to Pioneer and to the treatment,...

The Pioneer Distribution Center (PDC) staff in Algona really rolled up their sleeves and worked as a team to move our 65K square foot warehouse to a brand new facility in Fife. The move started on Friday, April 28 and on Tuesday, May 2 they were completely moved in, and up and running! Watch a few...

Ted arrived at the Mark Cooper House full of anxiety and battling mental health issues that have plagued him after serving in the Marine Corp and U.S. Navy for nearly 11 years. He was also struggling with physical issues as prior to his arrival at the Mark Cooper House, he lived in Florida and was struck by a car. This started his downward spiral, as due to his injuries he could not work and lost both his job and apartment...

In recognition of May being National Drug Court Month, Pioneer is sharing a success story from one of our Spokane residents, Kim, who participated in the Drug Court program. After a lifetime of struggling with addiction and relapsing, Kim got engaged in the Spokane Drug Court program and has celebrated over 2 1/2 years of being clean and sober. [...

Our work release has been undergoing a lot of construction recently to update needed items and improve the building. Last week when I was walking outside the facility, one of the construction workers yelled down to me from the roof, “Hey, do you remember me?” I really could not remember him at first, but after we spoke for a while it clicked. His name was Mike and he had been a resident at Brownstone a few...

Join us on May 10, 2017 for Seattle Foundation's annual GiveBIG, a day of giving dedicated to making Greater Seattle a stronger, more vibrant community for all.

Your gift to Pioneer will support individuals who are seeking a second chance and working to move forward with their lives through our treatment, housing and employment programs.
 
We believe that a...

Did you know that Pioneer operates the Spruce Street Inn for youth in crisis in Seattle? The center provides a safe place and residential services for at-risk youth. Spruce Street is one of a few select programs in Seattle that provides services to “street youth”, chronic runaways, and commercially sexually exploited children.

Watch a short video on our Spruce Street Inn ...

Pioneer’s housing programs offer support and stability for individuals and families. Our development team initiated a fund raising campaign at our past Change Maker event to support a pilot project called Tacoma Integrated Services in our clean and sober housing facilities. The pilot project serves men and women who are released from prison to help them become self-sufficient and build their...

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