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Chapel Haven’s REACH program offers a summer residential program to give young adults (18+) experience in building independence. Many families have found the REACH summer program an ideal  stepping stone toward independent living for individuals with developmental or autism spectrum disabilities. Chapel Haven’s REACH program focuses on life skills, functional academics, recreational/social development and early […]

Chapel Haven students and community members had works of art on display at the Mitchell Library branch at 37 Harrison Street in Westville through the month of July. The exhibit stemmed from collaboration between Chapel Haven and the education department of the Yale Center for British Art that began in January 2010. Tina Menchetti, Chapel […]

The Asperger Syndrome Adult Transition (ASAT) Extended Day program announces an Extended Day program . This innovative program is designed for individuals who are working, who are enrolled in transitional vocational programs through their school districts, or who are otherwise available for learning in the afternoon or evenings. The program will run Monday thru Thursday […]

Three individuals from Chapel Haven have been hired to work at the new Stop & Shop supermarket on Whalley Avenue in the Dwight neighborhood of New Haven. Seth L. and Shane S., both second-year students in the REACH program, have obtained part-time jobs and Andrew Lorentz, a second-year student in the ASAT program has been […]

CARF International has awarded Chapel Haven with a three-year re-accreditation and many accolades along the way. After a comprehensive, three-day visit facilitated by Sherry Robitaille, director of quality assurance at Chapel Haven, we were delighted to receive word that CARF has once again agreed to accredit Chapel Haven for a period of three years. The […]

For Storz, decade of service leads to top as new president of Chapel Haven NEW HAVEN: As the new president of Chapel Haven, Michael Storz has lots of administrating and program planning to do, but he still keeps an open door to students because after 10 years, they’re still why he loves his job. Storz […]

Chapel Haven continues to receive press attention! Recently, ABC News did a story on Chapel Haven West that aired across the country: December 10, 2008 Life 101: Learning to Live with Autism President Michael Storz was featured on Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010, from 6:05-6:35 p.m. on the radio show, “Peace of Mind with Bernie the […]