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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!

We were so fortunate to have Steve, a devoted employee, working with us for 23 years before he retired! He was a leader and mentor on Pioneer Industries' manufacturing plant floors to so many of our employees that were building a new...

Our staff in our Youth and Young Adult division https://pioneerhumanservices.org/youth-programs work very hard to create stability and a support system for the juveniles we serve in the...

Jessica was sent to Pioneer’s Spokane Residential Reentry Center (SRRC) to serve out the remainder of her federal prison sentence. Pioneer operates all four of the federal residential reentry centers in Washington state. The reentry programs...

After many years of feeling shame and embarrassment over her past arrests, Sarah landed at our Roadmap to Success job-readiness training program and learned to move beyond her past and build her life back up.

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Our employment specialist, Joseph Parham, works at our Spokane Residential Reentry Center and shared his journey with us from addiction - to incarceration - to reentry and ministry services - to Pioneer. We are so grateful to have ...

We are very lucky to have Lauren as part of the Pioneer Human Services family. She is a dedicated and passionate employee who goes the extra mile daily for the clients we serve at Pioneer Center East (PCE). Located in Spokane, PCE is a 53-bed...

One of our case manager's, Rachel Munroe, at Pioneer’s City Gate Apartments in Bellingham, Washington shared a story about Crystal, one of our resident’s thriving in the housing...

Thanks to Julia, a resident monitor at the Snohomish County Diversion Center in Everett that Pioneer operates, who shared her story of recovery and success.

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Pioneer is about giving second chances to people – and sometimes giving third and fourth chances because not everyone can get it right the first time. It is not easy to erase a lifetime of bad choices and a negative mindset. ...

We wanted to share a story with you for the holidays that warmed our hearts and got us into the holiday spirit!

The Phoenix House in Spokane is a program that provides low-cost transitional housing to support adults ...

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