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Evans, Colorado 80620 

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Phone: (970) 339-5360

Toll Free: 1 (888) 695-5883

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Envision offers a variety of

Person Centered supports.

All eligible individuals receive

Case Managment Services.

 

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Children | Adults

The individual to receive services must meet the standard definition of an intellectual or developmental

disability or delay.

 

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Envision serves approximately 2,300 individuals that have a qualifying intellectual and/or developmental disability or delay. Ages range from birth through end of life.

 

Our Mission

Envision is the Community Centered Board that serves people with intellectual and developmental disabilities or delays in

Weld County, Colorado.

 

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Read the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing’s  Implementation Plan to address Conflict Free Case Management in Colorado.

ENVISION

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SUPPORTING PEOPLE CHANGES LIVES 

SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 2017 - 5K In My Shoes raises over $20,000! 

 

Thanks to many generous sponsors, donors, volunteers and participants who together raised over $20,000 to enhance the quality of life for people with intellectual and developmental disabililtes in Weld County.

 

Photos | Race Details | Our Sponsors

October 6, 2017 - FREE PUBLIC ART SHOW - Greeley's First Friday in October

 

Immerse yourself in this uniqe and expressive collection created by the talented artists supported through Envision's Art Program.

 

H'Art of Envision Art Show and Opening Reception

Friday, October 6, 2017 5:00 to 8:00 PM

ArtWerx Studio/Gallery at 924 8th Avenue

 

Flyer | RSVP  

May 31, 2017 - Executive Director, Mary Lu Walton will retire! 

 

After 22 years of service to Envision and 43 years of working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities,  Mary Lu Walton will retire for the second time in her life. Mary Lu said "YOU have been my daily inspiration and the reason I’ve done what I have at Envision."

 

Read her full letter to the community on pg. 2 of our newsletter

Article from The Greeley Tribune

June 1, 2017 - Introducing Celeste Ewert as Envision's New Executive Director 

 

On May 11, 2017, Envision's Board of Directors announced to Envision staff their selection of Celeste Ewert as the organization's new Executive Director.

 

Celeste stated in her acceptance, "I would like to thank the Board of Directors of Envision; I am humbled to be offered the opportunity to lead and work with the amazing group of employees within our organization.  I am looking forward to collaborating with Management Team and all staff members to overcome challenges and make changes we will be facing in the next few years.  We have creative, competent and capable employees who demonstrate every day their commitment to uphold the mission of Envision. Together, I know we can continue to provide the best support possible to people, and empower them to live, love, work and play their way."

 

Press Release | Read the full annoucement

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June 1 to June 30th, 2017 - Vote for Envision for Ehrlich Cares during June! 

 

Help Envision during the month of June to win a part of $6,000 that Ehrlich Toyota is giving away to non-profits in Weld County.

 

Vote by visiting @EhrlichToyota's Facebook page and type "Envision" in the comments of the Ehrlich Cares post that is pinned to the top of the page. Each person can vote once per day!

 

Want to earn more votes for Envision? Visit Ehrlich Toyota at 4732 W. 26th Street in Greeley and...

Buy a car - 10 votes

Refer a friend - 10 votes

Demo a car - 5 votes

Service Completed - 5 votes

Service Estimate - 2 votes

 

Each month, Ehrlich Toyota will announce the winners on Facebook! Each organization can win a maximum of three times per calendar year.

 

Vote Now

May 23, 2017 - Governor John W. Hickenlooper signed two bills at Envision 

 

HB17-1280: Concerning conforming Colorado statutory language related to disability trusts to the federal '21st Century Cures Act'.

 

HB17-1353: Concerning implementing medicaid initiatives that create higher value in the medicaid program leading to better health outcomes for medicaid clients, and, in connection therewith, continuing the implementation of the accountable care collaborative and authorizing performance-based provider payments

 

Video 1 | Video 2 | News Article | Photos | Read HB17-1280 | Read HB17-1353

June 16, 2017 - City of Greeley "Art Benches" Formal Dedication 

 

Envision has collaborated with City of Greeley regarding the development of Aven's Village, a universally accessible playground where kids of all abilities can play together. Envision artists' work are sand blasted on three benches at the part. Join us in celebrating their work!

 

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