COVID-19 Guidelines

Envision Unlimited has implemented the following procedures to respond to the current COVID-19 Emergency. These procedures are based on guidelines from public health agencies and are subject to change as new information becomes available.

Celebrating 71 years of supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities

  • Day Programs

    Day Programs

    We offer a wide variety of programs to meet the needs and interests of our EU members.

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  • Community Living

    Community Living

    Envision Unlimited provides a variety of residential living arrangements and support for adults.

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  • Mental Health

    Mental Health

    Our Mental Health and Wellness Center is staffed by a dedicated team of professionals.

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  • Specialized Foster Care

    Specialized Foster Care

    Our Foster Care Program focuses on each child’s wellness and foster-family support.

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    Applied Behavior Analysis Services

    Our behavior analysts assess, develop, implement, and provide on-going support.

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  • Employment Services

    Employment Services

    Envision helps our members choose, obtain and retain fulfilling employment.

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Envision Blog

Our New "Normal"

During the COVID-19 pandemic, DSPs have been instrumental in supporting members in staying connected to their larger communities, families, and friends. Although the pandemic has prevented in-person connections, DSPs have found ways to maintain a sense of community and ensure our member's needs are safely met. DSPs have helped setup zoom calls with members families to he

Beyond Direct Service: Direct Support Provider’s give their hearts

Envision Unlimited provides community living supports for over 350 adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) and Mental Illness in the Chicago area. Although our Community Living Program's workforce is large, those most essential to our success are the DSPs.

Cross Country Connections During Coronavirus

For 33 years, the philanthropic arm of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, known as The Ability Experience has sponsored an annual “Journey of Hope” cross-country bike ride to create awareness and raise funds to support people with disabilities. While en-route, participating cyclists stop along the way to enjoy “Friendship Visits” with organizations that serve individuals with disabilities, like Envision Unlimited.