Residential Reentry

Pioneer’s community reentry programs serve as a bridge from incarceration to life in the community. Our reentry centers and work release facilities help offenders with a successful transition through an array of services focused on finding and retaining employment, reconnecting with families, overcoming a substance use disorder and other issues, and becoming productive members of society.

Nearly 18,000 individuals are incarcerated in Washington State prisons and approximately 95 percent will be released back into our communities at some point.
State Reentry

Pioneer contracts with the Department of Corrections to operate nine state work release sites. Specialized programs are available to serve residents with unique needs including female offenders and those with developmental disabilities or mental health issues.

Federal Reentry

Through a contract with the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Pioneer serves inmates referred from federal prison at all four residential reentry centers across the state of Washington.

PREA Policy
PREA Policy

The Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA) is the first United States federal law passed dealing with the sexual assault of prisoners. The bill was signed into law on September 4, 2003.