Tag Archives: adults living with autism spectrum disorders

Community member James Trimble made the front page of the New Haven Register on Thanksgiving Day for his unflagging commitment to the Connecticut Food Bank. James raised more than $7,000 and collected 2,000-plus pounds of food on his own to benefit the food bank. Read the story here: Share This:

Successful internships, jobs, college,  life skills and lasting friendships celebrated at Chapel Haven West graduation Eight students graduated from Chapel Haven West’s two-year residential program on June 8. The graduation ceremony, held at the Tucson Marriott, was attended by parents, family members, friends and staff. Each student gave a speech and received a graduation certificate […]

Chapel Haven is proud to be an inaugural winner of AFAA Applauds, a national initiative recognizing innovative, high-quality support programs for adults living with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Check out our video! Share This: