Vision Action Network connects stakeholders across sectors - from government and nonprofit to healthcare, education, business and faith-based communities - to address critical issues in Washington County and improve the quality of life for all county residents.

Mark Your Calendars!

VAN Annual Celebration, June 25, 2018

6-8PM @ PCC Rock Creek Campus

Candidates Forum on April 20 - Register now!

Come hear from all candidates for the Washington County Board of Commissioners address Thrives' three priorities of affordable housing, workforce training, and early learning. (Details below)



Addressing Homelessness:
A Dialogue Between Faith & Government

In partnership with Project Homeless Connect, VAN gathered 175 people from faith, government, and the nonprofit sector to explore ways to collaborate more effectively and achieve better outcomes in service to people experiencing homelessness. Read more.

VAN to Advance Equity, Build Capacity

With support from a 2-year Meyer Memorial Trust grant, VAN is working with a cross-sector team of community stakeholders to strengthen support for the nonprofit sector in Washington County. As part of the process, we conducted an evaluation of the services we provide through our Washington County Nonprofit Network, and we are currently steeped in a strategic planning process. Interviews of key thought leaders are underway, and focus groups have been scheduled. Look for a survey to provide your feedback on how we can better serve the nonprofit community in support of VAN's broader mission.

See VAN's Statement and Resources in support of immigrants, refugees, and other marginalized people.

Check out the video below to learn how VAN was created and its importance in Washington County.

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