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Capture The Vision

We believe everybody — and every family — deserves a healthy home. That’s the vision. But to make it a reality, it’s going to take all of us. Read more >

Facing A Crisis

The need is massive throughout King County. That’s why the work we’re doing together is critical . . . and it’s working. Read more >

Be Awesome. Feel Awesome.

There’s no greater way to transform your life than giving it for the sake of others. No matter how you’d like to serve, we’ve got a place for you. Read more >

121 previously homeless individuals received housing and supportive services in 2017
1,287 hours of youth care provided: tutoring, field trips, case management, and counseling in 2017
634 heads of household received referral information last year to other housing options and social service providers in 2017
85% of families have successfully transitioned to permanent housing over Vision House's 28 years of service
"When my son came here he was barely crawling and very withdrawn and now he is walking and running. He is climbing everything and blows me kisses. He has really thrived in the security of Vision House." — Vision House Resident

From the Blog

Even Rain Isn’t Slowing Construction

There’s now a floor to stand on for much of the second level of Building B! While the rainy weather has made movement a challenge, the wonderful workers from Polygon Homes have barely been slowed by it. Often Vision House staff will see them carrying beams twice as tall as them on their own and…

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New Building B Updates!

Change happens in stages, and sometimes more slowly or rapidly than in others. After the leaps and bounds, construction seemed to slow for a couple weeks while the more tedious work of installing the plumbing was done. Then suddenly, all the pipes were in, and the workers were preparing the ground for the rest of…

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… until every child has a home.