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Vision House
450 Bremerton Ave NE, Renton, WA 98059
Providing a much needed service to the Renton community, Vision House offers housing and care for single homelessMore mothers and their children, as well as housing for single homeless men. This facility helps keep children safe and protected while allowing parents  to seek the assistance necessary for restoring stability. Vision House is a community organization which serves as a stepping stone for families.
Birthday Dreams
1101 Bronson Way N, Renton, WA 98057
Birthday Dreams is a non-profit organization providing birthday parties for homeless and foster care children living inMore group homes in Renton and the surrounding communities. It accepts donations and welcomes volunteers who are interested in baking cakes, delivering birthday boxes and handling other tasks.
Vision House
PO Box 2951, Renton, WA 98056
Vision House, originally called "Vision Special Needs Housing" was started by Renton residents, John and SusanMore Camerer, in 1990. In 1994, the Christian service agency kick-started a program for homeless single mothers and their children in Renton. Numerous other programs, facilities and housing options are also available though Vision house in other Seattle-area neighborhoods. The agency offers both Mens' and Family Programs.
316 S 3rd St, Renton, WA 98057
Harambee is located in the heart of old downtown Renton. It is a multi-use space for people of all ages. The center isMore open for middle school and high school students to explore academics, athletics and the arts. Students may use the center as a quiet study space, a social hub and as a starting point for a passion in arts, music or sports. Aside from academics, Harambee is also an all-ages music and open mic venue in the evenings. On Saturdays, the space serves as a homeless resource center for those less fortunate to rest and recharge.
1010 S 2nd St, Renton, WA 98057
The YWCA's South King County regional center is located in downtown Renton and serves as a hub for its south countyMore programs. The facility offers a career center, counseling services, community meeting space and community bulletin boards. An emergency shelter, transitional housing, Homeless Intervention Project, employment services, Housing Stability Program and domestic violence services are also available.
Valley Cities Counseling & Consultation
923 Powell Ave SW Ste 100, Renton, WA 98057
Valley Cities Counseling and Consultation provides mental health and chemical dependency treatments for children, adultsMore and families throughout South King County. Additional services include homeless and housing services, domestic violence treatment, specialized veterans assistance, medication management, psychiatric assessments and employment services.
Way Back Inn
PO Box 621, Renton, WA 98057
Way Back Inn holds its monthly meeting the first Thursday of each month from 6:30pm - 8pm at St. Matthew's LutheranMore Church in Renton. The Way Back board of directors includes a president, vice president, treasurer, secretary and development director. This organization is actively seeking volunteers to help end homelessness in the South King County area of Seattle. Founded in 1991, Way Back in provides rent-free short-term transitional housing, long-term transitional housing, rental and utility assistance, and promotes awareness about homelessness.