Empowering people with disabilities to
live, love, work and play their way.
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Empowering people with disabilities to
live, love, work and play their way.
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Empowering people with disabilities to
live, love, work and play their way.
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Our Mission

Our Mission is to enhance the quality of life for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Weld County.

Creative Support for People with Developmental Disabilities

Overview of Our Services

Early Intervention

For children birth through age 3 who have a qualifying developmental delay. Early Intervention is provided to the family to enhance the capacity of the family to support their child’s development and learning.

Case Management

The single entry point for people of all ages requesting determination of eligibility to access developmental disabilities services in Weld County. 

Program Services
A Program Approved Service Agency (PASA) that provides Adult Comprehensive Services (Residential and Day Program) and Supported Living Services.

Your support helps us so all can flourish

Every year, Envision provides a diverse set of person-centered services that support more than 2,800 children and adults with an intellectual and developmental disability or delay and their families.

Testimonials

I think Envision provides a wonderful and professional service for our community. The management and staff are so kind and caring.
(anonymous survey respondent)
I really appreciate all that Envision does to support one of our most vulnerable populations.
Maggie S.
My son is part of the program and it has been a great resource for our family. I also volunteered to photograph a run for Envision and had a great time!
Kristie A.
Envision truly cares for the people they serve and support. Outstanding teamwork. Person centered thinking and cutting-edge approaches to problem solving. Can’t say enough positive things about Envision!!
Sara K.
We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy as we begin 2022! Clinicians from the University of Colorado have received funding from the Association for University Centers on Disabilities and Centers for Disease Control to share information related to the COVID-19 vaccine. We are hoping you would be willing to complete a brief survey (link is below!) to support us in understanding what concerns different areas in Colorado may have regarding the COVID-19 vaccine. The survey is available in English and Spanish. To be clear, this survey is not a way to force or coerce anyone into becoming vaccinated against COVID-19 and it is completely voluntary to complete. We are genuinely interested in understanding potential concerns related to receiving the vaccine and would be more than happy to provide information to those interested in receiving the initial two doses of the vaccine and/or the booster dose. Sincerely, Patrick Romani, Ph.D., BCBA-D
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