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Seattle, Washington — September 14, 2016 —In conjunction with National Recovery Month, Pioneer Human...

We invite everyone to Pioneer Human Services' Roadmap to Success and occupational training graduation ceremony. Come celebrate the success of our graduates who are taking positive steps to turn their lives around. Free lunch for all attendees.

Date: Thursday, August 25, 2016
Time: 11am - 12:30 pm
Location: South Seattle Community College
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Pioneer Human Services' staff is very proud of two youths in the Snohomish Youth Residential Programs who recently graduated from high school. This is a huge success since it is estimated that only 2-5 percent of foster care youth and group home youth nationwide graduate from high school.

Pioneer operates three Snohomish residential youth homes for boys between the ages of 13 to 18 years-old who are struggling...

Read an inspirational story from Pioneer’s Pathway House residential housing manager, James Noriega, about two current residents who are succeeding in their path to recovery with the help of the community. Pathway House provides supportive housing services for people in recovery by an onsite case manager. Each resident is offered an assessment from which an individual services plan (ISP) is created....

Meet Tommy - after incarceration and recovering from his addiction, he has worked successfully at Pioneer Industries and is now in the the aerospace apprenticeship.

People need to realize that when someone gets out of prison they have debts and responsibilities stacked on them immediately. Getting hired in a job where you can grow your position is really important. I want to be a good father and...

Read about Gretta who battled addiction and came through Pioneer's Whacom Community Detox twice. After getting enrolled in the Medically Assisted Opioid Taper Program (MAOTP), she went on to form a support group for women and enrolled in school.

Gretta is now working as a successful paralegal and a caring mother. Learn more about her journey...

Join us for Pioneer Human Services' Annual Change Maker Luncheon in Seattle on Thursday, September 29, 2016. We are very excited to have Shaka Senghor, author of Writing My Wrongs and advocate for...

Pioneer’s CEO, Karen Lee, was recently interviewed by Emily Fox on KUOW FM on how Washington can help keep formerly incarcerated individuals from returning to prison. Karen Lee was recently appointed to the newly formed Washington State Reentry Council. Listen to the interview HERE.

Over the last...

The Dutch Shisler Service Center in downtown Seattle, one of our Treament Services, provides a safe and supportive sobering service for men and women who are inebriated and chronically homeless. The center is a place for individuals to get off the city streets, get sober and sleep instead of ending up in local jails and hospitals.

The center was originally called...

In honor of National Drug Court Month we wanted to share with you a note that a client in Pioneer Counseling Spokane shared with us about the drug court program.

“I am lucky to be in the drug court program at Pioneer Counseling Services in Spokane for many reasons. First off, the drug court...

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