Residential Reentry Programs

Pioneer Fellowship House

Contact:
Program Director
220 11th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
United States
Phone:
Information for families

We encourage residents to correspond and visit with their families at PFH/RRC as part of the reintegration process.

Visitation

  • A resident’s case manager or a designated team member must approve all visitors to the facility
  • Visitors are limited to family members listed in the pre-sentence report (unless pre-authorized on a case-by-case basis by your PFH/RRC Case Manager, and/or the Director)
  • Residents are limited to five (5) visitors/sponsors at any given time
  • Visitors must complete a visitor and sponsor application form
  • Visitors must be able to pass a Federal background check
  • Applications will not be accepted without proper photo identification
  • Each visitor must provide photo identification
  • Acceptable identification documents include:
    • A current valid driver’s license
    • An official Washington State Identification Card
    • A military identification card
  • Visiting hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.; Saturday from 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.; Sunday from 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
  • There are no authorized visiting hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays due to PFH/RRC scheduled programs
  • Visitors/sponsors must be over 18 years of age and minors must be accompanied by a supervising adult
Facility and Program Information

The Pioneer Fellowship House Residential Reentry Center (PFH/RRC) is a 60-bed facility that houses both males and females. PFH/RRC provides both in-house treatment as well as referrals within the community for substance abuse, job and life skills, educational opportunities and financial

PFH/RRC provides case management and employment assistance including:

  • Obtaining necessary documentation (i.e. Identification, Driver’s License, Social Security Cards)
  • Identifying and referring for mental health/substance abuse treatment
  • Referrals for various life skills, and skills development programs
  • Assistance with budgeting and restitution issues
Mail

Residents may receive mail while at PFH/RRC. All incoming mail is subject to inspection by staff for contraband, and if necessary, will be rejected. Residents will be notified when incoming mail is returned or withheld.

Note: Only first-class and legal mail will be forwarded to residents after they are released from PFH/RRC. All second-class mail and third-class mail will be discarded.

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Spokane Residential Reentry Center - 1

Contact:
Program Director
3614 East Ferry Avenue
Spokane, WA 99202
United States
Phone:
Information for families

For more information, including hours and guidelines for visiting residents, please contact the Program Director at: 509-535-3572.

Facility and Program Information

The Spokane Residential Reentry Center (SRRC) serves males who are in the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, or under the supervision of the US Probation or the Pre-trial Services. The 35-bed facility houses males only, but supervises both males and females while on home confinement. Residents are required to be fully employed or enrolled in an education program, participate in recovery/counseling, complete in-house work details and meet all screening requirements for placement.

SRRC offers a comprehensive array of services focused on helping individuals safely and successfully transition from prison into the community. Programs include: risk/needs assessment, Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), marriage/parenting class, domestic violence counseling, GED classes, victim awareness education, anger/stress management, chemical dependency assessment, intensive outpatient treatment/aftercare and relapse prevention education, and community transition skills.

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Spokane Residential Reentry Center - 2

Contact:
Program Director
925 West Broadway, 7th floor
Spokane, WA 99201
United States
Phone:
Information for families

For more information, including hours and guidelines for visiting residents, please contact the Program Director at: 509-622-5600.

Facility and Program Information

The Spokane Residential Reentry Center (SRRC) serves males and females who are in the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, or under the supervision of the US Probation or the Pre-trial Services. The 35-bed facility houses both males and females and supervises both while on home confinement. Residents are required to be fully employed or enrolled in an education program, participate in recovery/counseling, complete in-house work details and meet all screening requirements for placement.

SRRC offers a comprehensive array of services focused on helping individuals safely and successfully transition from prison into the community. Programs include: risk/needs assessment, Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), marriage/parenting class, domestic violence counseling, GED classes, victim awareness education, anger/stress management, chemical dependency assessment, intensive outpatient treatment/aftercare and relapse prevention education, and community transition skills.

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Tacoma Residential Reentry Center

Contact:
Program Director
1902 Milwaukee Way
Tacoma, WA 98421
United States
Phone:
Information for families

We encourage residents to correspond and visit with their families at TRRC as part of the reintegration process.

Visitation

  • A resident’s case manager or a designated team member must approve all visitors to the facility
  • Visitors are limited to family members listed in the pre-sentence report
  • Residents are limited to five (5) visitors/sponsors at any given time
  • Visitors must complete a visitor and sponsor application form
  • Visitors must be able to pass a Federal background check
  • Applications will not be accepted without proper photo identification
  • Each visitor must provide photo identification
  • Acceptable identification documents include: 
    • A current valid driver’s license
    • An official Washington State Identification Card
    • A military identification card
  • Visiting hours are Monday – Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
  • Visitors/sponsors must be over 18 years of age and minors must be accompanied by a supervising adult 
Facility and Program Information

The Tacoma Residential Reentry Center (TRRC) houses both males and females who are in the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, or under the supervision of the US Probation or the Pre-trial Services. The program is a 75-bed maximum facility.

TRRC helps residents transition back into the community through an array of programs offered onsite to include chemical dependency and mental health counseling, job readiness training via the Roadmap to Success training program, an occupational food service training program in a commercial kitchen onsite, family rebuilding classes, resource services, and an employment outreach coordinator to help residents secure jobs. While in our program, residents are expected to find employment or enroll in school, establish restitution payments, develop a budget, create a savings plan and find housing before being released.

Mail

Residents may receive mail while at TRRC. All incoming mail is subject to inspection by staff for contraband, and if necessary, will be rejected. Residents will be notified when incoming mail is returned or withheld.

Note: Only first-class and legal mail will be forwarded to residents after they are released from TRRC. All second-class mail and third-class mail will be discarded.

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