Our History

Visions Unlimited, Inc. was established in 1982 by Edwina Leon, an educator in the School of Social Work at California State University, Sacramento. Mrs. Leon recognized the need for mental health and support services for the ethnically diverse communities of Sacramento County and dedicated her life to providing culturally sensitive services to this population.

She was especially committed to supporting families and designed the agency to serve children and families as well as adults. Her legacy endures as the agency grows and continues to serve the communities south of Fruitridge and Jackson Road all the way to the county lines to the east, west, and south.

Our Mission

To improve quality of life of members and families we serve through the delivery of quality, comprehensive, mental health and support services.

Our Vision

To promote recovery and wellness by focusing on the unique needs, strengths, and hopes of members and their families. To deliver culturally and linguistically responsive services that address the diverse, hard-to-reach, and/or underserved populations of the community.

Our Philosophy

Our philosophy, inherent in all programs, is “with support, full potential can be achieved.” This speaks to our continued commitment to provide services which are meaningful, adaptive, and maximize the potential of the individual.

Our Team

Our multidisciplinary care team is dedicated to helping adults, children, and families reach their goals and committed to providing all services with compassion and sensitivity. Our team is comprised of Psychiatrists, Nurses, Clinicians, Mental Health Workers, and Peers who work collaboratively to deliver integrated treatment to the individual/family served.

Regional Support Team (RST)

Visions Unlimited’s Regional Support Team (RST) provides outpatient recovery-based and culturally appropriate specialty mental health treatment and support services for adults (ages 18 +) struggling with severe and persistent mental illness.