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We are proud to share a story on our amazing staff that always go above and beyond the call of duty for the clients they serve. Nicole Ervin, director of the Skagit Community Detox program in Burlington (Pictured Center), gave a shout out to her team for going the extra mile to ensure a client made it into residential treatment that was secured for him after detox. 

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We are always happy to share a success story on a former client who is now a successful employee! Kari Swecker (pictured left), clinical substance use disorder (SUD) manager at Pioneer Center East (PCE); and Jake Johnson (pictured right), SUD professional (SUDP) at PCE; shared Jake’s journey from being a Drug Court client in 2015, to graduating from the program and from school...

Did you know that Pioneer Human Services has in-jail treatment programs in Seattle and Spokane? At our King County Corrections-Based Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment Program in the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center; Ms. Allen, clinical SUD manager; and Mr. Sweaney, SUD professional; shared an inspiring story about Brian, an incarcerated...

The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco has announced new leadership designations and appointments to its Head Office Board of Directors, effective January 1, 2022. Our CEO, Karen Lee, was re-elected as one of the remaining members of the San Francisco Head Office board of directors. More: https://lnkd.in/geAMavz9

The Social Change Leaders Podcast interviewed Karen Lee, CEO of Pioneer Human Services, for an interesting discussion on using a social enterprise to create jobs, generate wealth and provide second chances for justice-involved individuals. Listen HERE.

Pioneer is one of the nation’s largest nonprofit social-enterprise...

Our staff at the Snohomish Youth Residential Homes in the North Sound do an amazing job of working with each youth in the program on a one-on-one basis to assess their needs and address their severe behavioral health issues so they can either be reunited with family, or be placed into an adoptive or appropriate foster care family. The work is very demanding and our employees are devoted to...

Listen to our CEO, Karen Lee, on episode #285 of the Ellevate Network podcast discussing how to create pathways to employment, the importance of mental health and job training services, and how the penal system affects everyone's trajectory. Pioneer promotes second chances for justice-involved individuals.  

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The Selma Carson home serves undocumented and unaccompanied boys between the ages of 13 to 17 who are in the United States, and are, or will be, going through immigration proceedings. The youth have been apprehended by state or federal law enforcement. The program focuses on reunification of the boys and their families, and education while in the home.

Selma Carson staff and residents enthusiastically...

Our Roadmap to Success job-readiness training program in Spokane shared a story on a recent student that had spent 22 years in prison and was at a loss at how to search for employment and use all the new technology in the current age.

Roadmap to Success, provides individuals with the needed skills to find and retain employment. The course focuses on overcoming barriers to employment...

November 17, 2021 

 

Washington Nonprofits Receive Over $2.6 Million in Grants from Bank of America;

Jubilee Women’s Center and Pioneer Human Services Named as 2021 Neighborhood Builders®

The Neighborhood Builders Program Provides $200,000 in Flexible Funding ...

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