Now he's fearless about the future.
    Outreach programs make the difference.


    Now he's a valued member of a vision-integrated team. Envision employment is growing strong.


    Now she races her sighted peers to the playground. Vision rehabilitation is the reason.


We are constantly monitoring the developing outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and working with our local, state and national health partners to protect the health and well-being of our programs participants, guests, volunteers and employees. We have the following updates to share with you.

Closed until April 13:

  • Envision’s locations at 610 N. Main and 2301 S. Water Street (no walk-in guests or vendors)
  • Envision Vision Rehabilitation Center
  • PRIDE day support service
  • Envision Everyday store (phone orders accepted by calling 316-440-1600)
  • Envision programs (The Adult Support Group meeting on April 14 will be closed to in-person attendees and instead held virtually on Envision’s Facebook page starting at 9:30 a.m.
  • Envision Arts


  • Envision Child Development Center

We are assessing the situation on a daily basis, which could result in changes to the above schedule. We will continue to keep you updated through our website and social media channels on precautions being taken by Envision.

While we are taking these precautionary measures, our ability to stay connected with you will continue to be as strong as ever. We are making accommodations to ensure our staff members are still available to serve you during regular business hours. If you are unsure of your point of contact, here is a link to our Contact Us page that includes an online contact form.

Bvi Workforce Innovation Center

Creating a workforce for all

Defy Expectations

Vision loss can be overwhelming, but many people who have lost some or all of their sight live their lives to the fullest every day. That’s exactly why we exist. Since 1933, our mission has driven us to improve the quality of life for people who are blind or visually impaired by supporting them every step of the way. Find out how we put our mission into practice.

More about our mission

What We Do

A diagram showing how Envision sends donations and proceeds from the sale of our products to help fuel our services and programs.

Employment And growth Opportunities

As a community of workers who are blind, sighted or partially sighted, Envision offers growing employment opportunities in manufacturing, sales, child development, management, retail, as well as advanced technology and professional positions and training within the BVI Workforce Innovation Center.

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We started manufacturing high-quality products in 1933 and haven’t stopped since. As an AbilityOne agency, we satisfy nearly 30,000 customer orders every year with products ranging from plastic bags to business cards to military gear.

More about our products

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People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

Designed to meet the needs of the whole individual at any age or level of vision loss, our complete and thorough services and programs encompass everything from vision rehabilitation and therapy to support groups to clubs and activities.

Click for information about Individuals who are B/VI

Research & Education

Our focus on applied research, along with expanded educational opportunities for medical professionals, enables us to close practice gaps and work toward breakthroughs that will immediately improve quality of life.

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Donors & Volunteers

Whether through money or personal time, gifts fuel our mission. In fact, we put 100 percent of donations directly into core services and programs for people who are blind or visually impaired.

Learn more about becoming a donor or volunteer

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Upcoming classes and events


7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Envision Dallas


12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Terradyne Country Club


9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Envision Headquarters