Vision House is a Christian non-profit that provides transitional housing, critical support and life skills training and the time needed for a family experiencing homelessness to identify their strengths to become more resilient and housing ready. Our facilities are located in Renton and Shoreline, Washington.
Since Vision House began in 1990, more than 1,000 men, women and children have benefited from our housing, case management services and recovery groups.
Our goal is to help families experiencing homelessness to transition to permanent housing by providing housing and services that promote housing stability. Our program consists of transitional housing and referrals to long-term supportive housing. Classes and case management are provided to address the barriers to self-sufficiency and housing stability and include education and vocational training, life skills development, employment, parenting and health and wellness. We believe that by helping people develop their God-given gifts and talents, they will create sustainable change for themselves and will be able to support themselves and their families into the future.
Residents are required to abide by the Vision House no tolerance policy to drug and alcohol use within our units and to meet with their case manager and Youth & Family Advocate regularly weekly to set up goals, outline action plans, and receive support and accountability in reaching their goals.
* Although Vision House was founded on Christian principles and provides optional Bible studies for adults and children, there are no mandatory spiritual activities for residents. Vision House does not discriminate against housing applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, familial status, sexual preference, or physical or mental disability.
Vision House is committed to serving a target population that is homeless and whose income falls below 30% of the median income.