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Following are a few examples of our clients and employees success stories after incarceration and/or in their recovery process. Learn about the people we serve and the varied paths they have taken to lead successful lives. Be sure to check back as we add new stories on a monthly basis. Also check out our apprentice success stories!

Pioneer’s Victory House is located in downtown Spokane, Washington and provides housing and support services to homeless male veterans who are living with substance use disorders, mental health and medical issues, and criminal histories...

Kim Deuser, program manager for Pioneer's Phoneix House program recently received an email from Sara, a former resident.

Hi Kim,

This is definitely something I want to share....

We were very happy to hear from a Seattle resident currently living in our transitional housing program in Seattle. He shared his story with us.

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Pioneer's Skagit County in-jail Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) program is a quiet success story in itself. You may not have read about the program before, but individuals who have been through the program have expressed their...

The Ahtanum View Work Release is a 60-bed, co-ed facility housing 52 males and 8 females in Yakima, Washington.  Programs include substance use disorder treatment, family and personal counseling, and anger management...

I used to live in the Nickelsville Tent City homeless camp at the bottom of the hill from where I now work. Each day as I come to work and leave for the day, I remember where I used to be and know that I never want to go back to my previous life....

We love to share our clients' success stories as helping them on their journey is the reason we come to work every day. Read Gregory’s letter to Michael, our Seattle housing program manager. After Gregory was released from...

People CAN Change

Gretta* had many run-ins with law enforcement as she was engaging in criminal activity to support her addiction. After a few years, she was finally charged and served jail time.

Her first contact with Pioneer Human...

Gary lives at Pioneer’s Mark Cooper House, a program for homeless veterans in Seattle. He had been living in Sacramento but his past drug connections were encroaching on his sobriety there and he felt he needed to break clean and start fresh in...

Chad’s early life in Bellingham, Washington was already in the fast lane as he started to drink alcohol and smoke marijuana around the age of seven. Unfortunately, Chad got access to the various substances through his parents. His father had...

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