Tag Archives: independent living

A residential student at Chapel Haven West was interviewed by the local NBC TV news affiliate, KVOA, regarding a new way to detect autism in high-risk infants. Thomas Sheliga, who hails from Houston, TX, did a great job sharing his opinion on the importance of early detection. Here’s the news clip: New study finds method […]

Chapel Haven West’s vocation department has many exciting developments coming in February. Recently, Chapel Haven West partnered with Not Your Typical Deli, a full service delicatessen and bakery located in Gilbert, Arizona. In addition to serving local, high quality, and unique food options, they are also dedicated to providing training and employment opportunities to adults […]

It’s 2017 – the perfect time to start planning the next step of the journey toward adult independence for your son, daughter or client! Chapel Haven’s 2017 open houses are a great way to see our programs and explore the transition into adulthood. Join us: Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017 10 a.m. to noon 1040 Whalley […]

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 […]

With the diagnosis of autism on the rise, the commencement ceremony for Chapel Haven West, set for Saturday, June 15, 2013, takes on new meaning. In the face of new studies predicting that 1 in 88 children will be born with autism by age 8, Chapel Haven West is a postsecondary school that teaches adults […]