Deacey joined Boro under his dad and former boss John Deacey, but left the club after his dad’s sacking.
He was remembered for bagging the winner at FC United of Manchester, but failed to nail down a place in the side before suffering injury problems.
Pikes boss Steve Roberts said: “I’m very pleased to welcome Jordan to the club, he has a wealth of non league experience and will help strengthen our squad.
“He works hard and has a lot of quality in possession.
“I worked with him for a short spell at Scarborough and he has admitted that I didn’t see the best of him there.
“He has worked hard on his fitness levels and I’ve told him just to come in and enjoy his football again.
“Then I’m sure we will get the best out of him.”