Edward Anderton is the co-founder and managing director of Scarlata Chocolate, a Seattle-based chocolate company that offers a wide range of decadent creations made from sustainably sourced ingredients. Beyond his managerial responsibilities, Edward Anderton donates chocolate to re-entry programs offered by Pioneer Human Services. The organization’s re-entry programs help previously incarcerated individuals to transition back into the Seattle community and overcome issues created by substance use disorders.
Re-entry facilities owned by the organization include the Pioneer Fellowship House Residential Reentry Center (PFH/RRC), a 60-bed center for men and women. The facility offers a range of resources for residents, including in-house substance abuse treatment and referrals for community services. Residents can obtain assistance with financial planning, developing job and life skills, and finding educational opportunities. In addition, PFH/RRC provides case management and employment assistance. The staff can help residents to obtain the necessary documentation to secure a job and can also assist with restitution issues.
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