The Fort Worth EnVision Center provides our community with a centralized hub for support in the areas of education, economic empowerment, character & leadership, and health & wellness. Envision Centers leverage public/private resources for maximum community impact through inter-agency partnerships with non-profits, faith-based organizations, corporations, public housing authorities, housing finance agencies, as well as, state and local governments.
EnVision Centers are centralized hubs that provide people with resources and support needed to excel.
To connect low-income households with a variety of resources and tools that offer pathways to economic opportunity and self-sufficiency.
Goals - Four Pillars of Opportunity
EnVision Centers offer support and measure success based on four pillars of opportunity.
The Economic Empowerment pillar is designed to improve the economic sustainability of individuals residing in HUD-assisted housing by empowering them with opportunities to improve their economic outlook.
The Education pillar seeks to bring educational opportunities directly to HUD-assisted housing and includes partnering with public and private organizations that approach education in non-traditional ways on non-traditional platforms.
Health and Wellness
The Health and Wellness pillar is designed to improve access to health outcomes by individuals and families living in HUD-assisted housing.
Character and Leadership
The Character and Leadership pillar is designed to enable all individuals and families residing in HUD-assisted housing, especially young people, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens by encouraging participation in volunteer and mentoring opportunities.
EnVision Center Participation
Residents are able to engage with Fort Worth EnVision Center services in three ways, through a physical EnVision Center, by downloading the EnVision Center Mobile App and by visiting an organization that is a part of the EnVision Network.