Mission: We are a social enterprise that provides individuals with criminal histories the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives.
Results: In 1963, Pioneer Human Services started as one halfway house in Seattle, Washington. In 2014, we provided a chance for change to 10,683 people across the state in nearly 60 facilities that we own and/or operate providing treatment, housing, job training and employment services.
Target demographics: Men, women and juveniles released from incarceration, and/or struggling with chemical dependency and mental health issues.
Direct beneficiaries per year: We provided services to 10,683 people in 2014.
Geographic areas served: Washington State
Programs: In support of a chance for change, Pioneer provides treatment, housing, job training and employment programs that help people learn to make better choices, recover from chemical dependency, manage mental health issues, secure housing and overcome employment barriers. In addition, we are a social enterprise that operates several lines of business to provide job opportunities for our clients and generate revenue to help sustain our social mission.