On My Own History
The tree and path has been On My Own’s signature logo since the company’s inception.
The tree was chosen to represent growth. The path was chosen to signify there is a path to growth, sometimes with barriers. The company has evolved this visual representation over the years, still maintaining concept of growth and development.
This was the company’s first logo used when the company started. It was simply copied from the symbol feature in Microsoft.
This tree was developed by the son-in-law of the owner. The company was growing from just few clients, one employee, and working out of a home-office, to several employees and office space in Citrus Heights.
This logo was chose by the OMO team. The team felt we outgrew our old logo and wanted something more modern and artistic. The team voted on size, colors, and we hired a professional artist to develop the rock path.
On My Own began in 2001 providing Independent Living Services (ILS) and Supported Living Services (SLS) to adults with developmental disabilities in the Greater Sacramento Area and the nine surrounding counties. Today in addition to Independent Living Services (ILS) and Supported Living Services (SLS), On My Own provides Empowered Parenting (EPP), Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFE), Elder Care Services (ECS), and services to families participating in the Child Welfare System.
In 2012, On My Own expanded its Supported and Independent Living Services to North Bay Regional Center, and began serving more than 13 counties in Northern California.
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