- Schools and/or Educational Services
Chapel Haven West, Inc. in Tucson, AZ provides a residential transition program followed by lifelong supports for adults 18+ with mild developmental disabilities and those on the autism spectrum.
Building on Chapel Haven’s success of nearly 40 years as a leader in the field of teaching and supporting individuals with learning challenges , Chapel Haven West teaches young adults to live independent and productive lives.
Students live in a beautifully renovated apartment complex with 24-hour staffing and within walking distance to the University of Arizona (U of A). The program’s proximity to the U of A provides a rich array of benefits for Chapel Haven West students. The students attend classes and have access to university facilities including the Student Union, libraries, newly renovated Campus Recreation Center, state-of-the-art Disability Resource Center (DRC), and the renowned Strategic Alternative Learning Techniques (SALT) Center. They also enjoy a rich array of classes, life skills training and social recreation opportunities at Chapel Haven West’s campus in the heart of Tucson.
Chapel Haven West also offers a range of classes, social therapy, weekend recreation and services for interested families living within the Tucson area, along with a College Support Program.
For more information,
please call the Chapel Haven Office of
Admissions at 203.397.1714, x148 or x185.
You can request literature online using this link: https://chv-ct.client.renweb.com/oa/inquiry.cfm
JobsProgram Staff (Overnight-30hrs./wk) - Residential School for Special NeedsCategory: Social Services & Non-ProfitOvernight Program Staff, under the guidance of Point Staff, Certified Speech and Language Pathologist, Special Education Teachers and Residential Supervisor of Chapel Haven West will assist students in learning a wide variety of life skills so that they may live independently in the community. Life skills may ...read more
ContactBrandon PhillipsPhone:(520) 624-9378Fax:(520) 624-7629
We are located just north of the University of Arizona on Park Ave., between Speedway Blvd., and Grant Rd.