Vision House was born out of the God-given conviction in the hearts of John and Susan Camerer to reach, and support single mothers with children at risk of ending up homeless and on the streets. It opened its doors under the name, Vision Special Needs Housing serving as a transitional home for single men recovering from substance abuse. In 1994, their initial dream was realized opening its doors to single mothers and children. In 1998 ever passionate to stay close to their roots of faith, Vision Special Needs Housing became a 501(c)3 religious organization changing its name to Vision House. Ever moving forward guided by a Higher Source the Children’s Village expansion was launched with increased transitional housing capacity for single moms and their children, including childcare services, and counseling. Its 20 years of ministry celebrated the transformations of over 500 homeless men, women and families. Their New Shoreline Complex opened with 12 apartments, counseling offices and administration space. To learn more and embrace their inspirational journey of Faith, Community, Commitment, and Connection visit their website @visionhouse.org. Vision House and all involved are “tilting the world in a better direction”. We encourage all to support their efforts. It is with great honor and humility that we add them to Margie’s Daughter, Wall of Heroes.