Vision House Success Components
Since Vision House began in 1990, more than 750 homeless men, women and children have benefited from our services. Vision House has a strong success rate. Since 2002, 90% of the residents in our family program have transitioned to permanent housing, and approximately 70% of the men in our men’s recovery program have transitioned to permanent housing.
Also since 2002, in the following areas:
83% of our men and 89% of the parents in our family program have increased their financial stability by proving they can pay rent on time, save money and reduce their existing debt or resolve credit concerns.
Increase in Employability
83% of our men and 68% of the parents in our family program have experienced an increase in their employability by participating in a job training program, receiving higher education or maintaining steady employment.
Mastering of Life Skills
91% of our men and 80% of parents in our family program have increased in their mastery of life skills demonstrated by passing weekly unit inspections, attending required meetings, increasing communication skills or improving skills at setting boundaries for themselves and/or their family.