03Apr 2019

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 […]

03Apr 2019

  Our Healthy Cooking with Nicole series continues with pasta bolognese made with zucchini noodles. “It was a fun and delicious class, everyone got to make their own spiralized zucchini with an electronic spiralizer I brought in,” Nicole said. “Using zucchini instead of noodles makes this dish a lot lower in calories, and more nutritious!” Check […]

28Mar 2019

Nicole Ranieri, who teaches our Healthy Cooking classes, recently offered an easy and healthy way to make pizza. Pita pizzas are easy and less oily and caloric than the typical restaurant fare. “Making pizza yourself is fun, and you can use lower fat cheeses, stronger flavored cheese like freshly grated parmesan, and more vegetable and […]

13Feb 2019

Jamie R. has achieved a lot since enrolling at Chapel Haven West in 2010. Along with completing the Chapel Haven West two-year residential program, Jamie R. has since earned an associate’s degree in general studies at Pima Community College, established his own apartment in the Tucson community and snagged two great jobs – at Outback […]