Saturday virtual open house set for Oct. 10, 11 a.m. EST

Chapel Haven’s Virtual Open Houses are a great way to learn about our many programs and services without leaving your living room.

We structure our open houses so that you have maximum time to gain a program overview, see our campus in a virtual tour and, best of all, talk to other parents and students about their journeys to a satisfying and independent adult life.

Each session provides a comprehensive overview of our three core programs, REACH (for adults with autism, Down Syndrome, intellectual disabilities); Asperger Syndrome Adult Transition (for adults with Asperger, high-functioning autism, social and executive functioning challenges) and Chapel Haven West (our satellite campus in Tucson which utilizes the ASAT curriculum). Pre-registration is easy and we’ll send you a Zoom link to join us.

Please choose an upcoming date – use the link below to register and please spread the word!
Saturday, Oct. 10, 11 a.m. EST – Virtual Open House

What our students and parents say about Chapel Haven Schleifer Center:


Jessica Lerman: “Chapel Haven is very good at problem solving – how to work through your problems. They treat you the way an actual adult would be treated.” Jessica is enrolled in the Asperger Syndrome Adult Transition (ASAT) program which is designed for adults with social communication deficits and high-functioning autism.

Watch her video testimonial here.



Andrew Burbank: “Now that I’m in this residence, I feel more confident and I am grateful of the fact that I get to take some Chapel Haven classes, I’m organizing transportation on my own, I’m making social plans on my own.” Andrew is a graduate of Chapel Haven’s REACH program who is moving now into the Schleifer Adult Independent Living (SAIL) center where he will live an independent life with supports.

Watch his video testimonial here.



Cynthia Margolis, parent of Chapel Haven West student Matthew: “I highly recommend this program if you have a young adult on the autism spectrum that has the potential to live independently but needs guidance to make that a reality.”

Diane Boekman, parent of Chapel Haven community member Adam: “I like the New Haven location because it is a small city with all that has to offer. Public transportation, colleges / universities, a library, houses of worship, cultural events, museums, shopping. All right there!”

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