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Your gift has ensured that families receive much-needed housing and care. That's why we would like to invite you to get a closer look at how your support makes a tangible difference. Learn 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 >

Partner with families

Families at Vision House are some of the bravest, most resilient people we know. Become part of the community cheering these families on! No matter how you’d like to serve, we’ve got a place for you. Read more >

176 previously homeless individuals received housing and supportive services in 2019
35,000 nights of safety for children and their families transitioning from homelessness in 2019
193 hours of family attachment counseling in 2019 to strengthen the bonds between children and their parents
88% of families successfully transitioned to permanent housing in 2019
"When my son came here he was barely crawling and very withdrawn and now he is walking and running.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

Permanent housing in a pandemic!

Jenny moved into permanent housing—in a pandemic! Generous donors made it possible, during the first wave of the coronavirus, for Jenny to receive the help she needed to move into her own home. Connecting families with government resources is difficult in normal circumstances. The coronavirus has made it nearly impossible. Most government agencies are either…

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Natalie rescued herself and her kids

Natalie fled an abusive marriage with nothing but her two boys and a bag of clothes. She had to lie to escape her husband. He was hurting her and their two boys, Zack and Ryan. Telling him she was taking the boys to a birthday party, this brave mother ran for it… but with the…

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No more nights in a car

When the coronavirus hit Seattle, Ben—a veteran—had already been living in a car with his family for a year and a half. The crisis made finding help even harder. Ben was determined. He’d been searching for housing for his wife and three kids ever since they found themselves homeless. He called every service agency he…

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