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Pioneer Human Services operates a comprehensive set of programs in Snohomish County to treat behaviorally challenged and/or aggressive youth, and helps families in crisis. The three male-only residential programs in Snohomish County are designed for the hardest-to-serve youths. Most residents have been unsuccessful in previous foster placements and less-intensive treatment programs, and have demonstrated behavior that makes...

Michael shared that his recovery journey led him to getting employed full time in aerospace shipping at Pioneer Industries and enabled him to have his own apartment and car. It also involved hard work and building a support system of people who cared about him. Despite a harrowing childhood that included abuse and betrayal, and ended in a downward cycle of drug addiction and arrests, Michael grabbed on to the opportunity to...

Spokane, Washington – Aug. 2, 2021 – A Federal District Court Judge has awarded a $6,877,823 grant to Frontier Behavioral Health (FBH), Catholic Charities Eastern Washington (CCEW), and Pioneer Human Services (Pioneer) to provide housing and behavioral healthcare services to at-risk adults.

As the lead entity, FBH will ensure tenants meet eligibility requirements outlined by the grant. CCEW and...

We are pleased to have the opportunity to share a story from Andrianna who was assisted in our Foundational Community Supports (FCS) program. Pioneer Human Services provides housing and employment supportive services to anyone who is Medicaid eligible through the FCS program.

The supportive housing services are designed for individuals...

Our CEO, Karen Lee, was recently featured on the podcast, Holding Ground, hosted by Laura Richer, psychotherapist and the founder of Anchor Light Therapy Collective in Seattle. They had an important  discussion on the impact of trauma in a person's life and the need to address the #MentalHealth of individuals incarcerated and/or released from prison or jail. Tune in ...

CARNEGIE RESOURCE CENTER
Our staff works closely with individuals that enter the Carnegie Resource Center in Everett. In association with partner organizations, the Carnegie Resource Center is a one-stop location that serves as a gateway to a multitude of resources and training opportunities related to mental health counseling and substance use disorder treatment, employment services, housing...

Did you know that Pioneer Human Services has in-jail treatment programs in Seattle and Spokane? At our King County Corrections-Based SUD Treatment program in the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center, Ms. Allen, clinical Substance Use Disorder (SUD) manager; and Mr. Sweaney, SUD professional (SUDP) shared an inspiring story about John, an incarcerated client, who was very motivated to make a positive change in his life...

Over the past challenging year, we decided it was time to update our mission and vision statements to reflect current times. Staff and management worked together to create statements that represent our commitment to honoring the humanity and dignity of all people as it is core to who we are today. Watch an inspiring short video on our new statements HERE....

In episode 105 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, Grant Trahant, host, speaks with Karen Lee, CEO of Pioneer Human Services, on using business and nonprofits to create an inclusive hiring and support ecosystem for individuals previously incarcerated. Listen HERE.

The vision of Pioneer is a world free...

We are fortunate to have one of our former resident’s at the Tacoma Residential Reentry Center share his experience in transitioning out of prison and into the center. Pioneer operates all four federal residential reentry centers in the state of Washington. The reentry centers serve as a bridge from incarceration to life in the community. Our centers help formerly incarcerated individuals with a successful transition...

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