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Both King 5 TV and the Tacoma News Tribune featured a story on Pioneer to end the year right! Employees from Pioneer Industries - Plant 2, Toalei Mulitauaopele and Lynette Malo, talked about the importance of a company hiring a formerly incarcerated individual to give him/her a second chance and an avenue to prove themselves.

Watch the TV clip on King 5 News...

Within a year of its inception, the impact of a new King County program aimed at reducing further involvement in the juvenile justice system is unprecedented: Compared to the same nine-month period last year, juvenile domestic violence case filings have dropped 62 percent. Pioneer is proud to be a partner in the Seattle program.

Families and youth who have used the FIRS center and counseling services have expressed...

Pioneer was excited to have Mayor Marilyn Strickland of Tacoma tour the Rap House and Lincoln Park work releases in the community. It was Mayor Strickland's inaugural visit to a work release facility and she wanted to learn about Rap/Lincoln's specialized programs for populations with unique needs.

The Rap House is a 20-bed facility, housing 17 males and 3 females and ...

Pioneer Human Services assumed operation of the drug and alcohol treatment program at Geiger Corrections Center on 11/21/17, Geiger Lt. Joanne Lake announced.

Geiger inmates wishing to enter treatment must be serving a sentence long enough to allow for completion of the intensive out-patient (IOP) program--typically 13 to 16 weeks. They are first assessed by independent chemical dependency professional (CDP...

Pioneer Industries' Plant 2 and Pioneer Distribution Center in Algona recently reached an exciting milestone that showcases our ongoing commitment to a culture of safety – they reached one solid year without a recordable injury!

This objective is ...

Every winter holiday season one of Pioneer's case managers, Ahnetta Fields, heads up the Pioneer Adopt-a-Child holiday gift program. Through generous contributions from donors, hundreds of gifts are purchased for our clients' and employees’ children. The workforce development offices turn into a makeshift gift warehouse and distribution center.

This year, Pioneer is very appreciative to have...

"The moral support from Pioneer’s professionals and the financial assistance I received for my rent and other needs was a life saver when I was transitioning out of jail and concentrating on my recovery. Believe me – I would not be in recovery and experiencing this life without the help and support from the Skagit County In-Jail Treatment Program. Forever grateful!"

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It's that time of year for giving and in the spirit of #GivingTuesday, we invite you to join many others on Tuesday, November 29th in a celebration of generosity.

Please help Pioneer Human Services in our efforts to provide treatment, housing, job training and employment to individuals with criminal histories trying to start a new life in our communities by...

We celebrated our annual Change Maker Lunch with Shaka Senghor as our keynote speaker on September 29, 2016. The event was attended by Pioneer board members, partner organizations, community leaders and political figures in Washington State.

The luncheon gave Pioneer the opportunity to applaud our partners and share our social mission with the community. Shaka Senghor, a leading...

Pioneer’s community reentry programs serve as a bridge from incarceration to life in the community. We contract with the Department of Corrections to operate work release sites in the state of Washington. Specialized programs are available to serve residents with unique needs including females and those with mental health issues or developmental disabilities.

The Ahtanum View Work Release is a...

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