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In today’s Work Place Wednesday feature, we are celebrating Alex W., who has been hired full-time at Old Pueblo Anesthesia in Tucson. Alex joined the Chapel Haven West (CHW) program from his home community in Washington state in July, 2015, where he progressed through his two-year program learning independent living skills, social communication skills, and vocational […]

Chapel Haven West in Tucson, Arizona empowers adults 18+ with varying abilities to live independent and self-determined lives. This award-winning non-profit school and transition program offers a wide range of services, including structured-residential, social communication therapy, day, college and vocational supports, to meet individuals where they most need assistance. Our campus location, five blocks from […]

Nationally renowned autism program expands day service options for local families Chapel Haven West is delighted to announce that its day and community life programs have expanded to serve a growing need for local families. As an authorized vendor for the AZ State Department of Developmental Disabilities, many local families are unaware that their son […]

Chapel Haven Schleifer Center enjoyed an overflow crowd of 400-plus friends, families, staff and our own adults as we gathered April 28, 2019 at Anthony’s Ocean View for our annual Family Weekend Brunch. We were delighted to recognize seven individuals who have joined the “30-Year” Club, signifying that they have lived 30 years with independence […]

A new PAVE program at Whelen Engineering in Chester, CT, established by Chapel Haven’s new Center for Employment and Service Opportunities (CESO), is answering a national dilemma – the issue of unemployment – and underemployment – for adults with disabilities. Each week, students from Chapel Haven’s Asperger Syndrome Adult Transition (ASAT) program report to work […]