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Rachel’s story is an example of the positive impact that treatment and counseling services can have on an individual when community partners work together.

Most of Pioneer’s housing residents are struggling with more than just the need for affordable housing options. Rachel moved into the Pioneer Transition House from a higher-level mental health treatment facility. The Transition House is...

A group of Seattle University alumni connected with Pioneer during the annual Seattle University Day of Service, an event that engages alumni in various service projects across the city of Seattle.

These enthusiastic volunteers took time out of their Saturday mornings to put together 150 hygiene kits at the Stewart House, one of Pioneer's Seattle housing programs. These kits included...

Pioneer gathered with members of the Seattle 4 Rotary Club and community members to celebrate the kitchen remodel at Pioneer’s Spruce Street youth program in Seattle. Spruce Street provides a safe place and residential services for at-risk youth who are state-dependent and in the foster care system. Pioneer is so grateful to the Seattle 4 Rotary Club that dedicated both funding and volunteer time to...

Looking to work for a great nonprofit in and around Skagit County? Attend Pioneer Human Services' job fair on January 18, 2018.

The first 25 candidates to arrive on 1/18/18 will receive an $18.00 gas card. Snacks and beverages will be provided to all attendees at the event. Be prepared to interview and walk away with a job offer!

Location: Best Western...

"Working at Pioneer has opened my eyes to the stereotypes that society has spread about formerly incarcerated people. I can tell you that 64 percent of our enterprise workforce has a criminal history or is in recovery and they are very professional, skilled and work harder than the average hire.  Arturo...

If anyone takes anything away from this, I would hope that it would be that you should never give up on yourself! With hard work and persistence, you too, can achieve any goals you put your mind to; so just be patient, your time will come.”  Doug

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Doug was born and raised in Spokane,...

Pioneer Industries was awarded the Employer of the Year Award from the Seattle Jobs Initiative (SJI) at their annual community event on November 2, 2017. Pioneer's board of directors' secretary, Dick Zais, accepted the award.

The Employer of the Year award goes to an employer who is involved with SJI’s program through hosting interns, hiring graduates, providing...

Les Mayhall, Pioneer Industries' production manager, gave a group of the International Community Corrections Association conference attendees in ...

Imagine coming out of a situation such as homelessness with nothing but the clothes on your back and no resources to buy basic necessities.

We have several clients at our Pioneer Counseling - Rainier Clinic who are in a similar situation. They are transitioning from homelessness to their first home and are in need of support. We are currently asking for donations to help these individuals settle into this new...

Last Wednesday, Pioneer welcomed hundreds of community members to our annual Change Maker luncheon. It was a day of inspirational stories, thought provoking ideas and support for individuals rebuilding their lives after incarceration. We shared the story of our work with the community and heard from guest speaker Andrea James, founder of the National Council For Incarcerated and Formerly...

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