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A non-profit service provider, Vision House offers a one-year program with transitional housing that helps families with children break the cycle of homelessness. Regardless of race, religion, national origin, gender, or sexual preference, every person deserves a healthy home. It’s not a privilege, but a basic human right.
To inspire our community to unite so that all people have access to a healthy home.
Serving families for over 30 years...
Founded in 1990 in Renton, WA, Vision House was born out of a God-given conviction in the hearts of John and Susan Camerer to reach and support single moms with kids at risk of ending up on the streets. Vision House has been providing transitional housing with supportive services for over 30 years to help families experiencing homelessness move from crisis to stability and self-sufficiency. The ministry has grown from initially serving two single mothers and their kids to now serving over 500 families a year, supporting single mothers, single fathers and two-parent families. Our program is infused with the commitment and passion to see lives changed and the cycle of homelessness broken for the next generation.