Renton’s Vision House gets a new set of wheels from County

Vision House provides transitional housing, support services and child care for homeless mothers and their children as well as assisting homeless men recovering from substance abuse.

King County Councilman Reagan Dunn poses with Vision House staff members and kids

Metropolitan King County Council Member Reagan Dunn was on hand Tuesday to turn over the keys of one of the county’s “retired” vans to the folks at Vision House in Renton.

The van is part of a Council adopted program that provides local nonprofit organizations with retired vans that have been part of Metro Transit’s vanpool fleet for at least six years to provide transportation for the disabled, low-income, young adults, and senior citizens.

Vision House provides transitional housing, support services and child care for homeless mothers and their children as well as assisting homeless men recovering from substance abuse.

Pictured are: Vision House program Manager Sarah Butler Wills, Executive Director Susan Camerer, Director of Operations John Camerer, Councilman Reagan Dunn, child advicate Michelle Warsing and Cadence Chavez, 8, MAdison Chavez, 8, Jimena Medina, 9 and Jose Medina, 7.

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