Mt. Bethel Village is a two-story building that can house a total of 41 residents in 35 one-bedroom apartments and 3 two-bedroom apartments. Each apartment has a private entrance, kitchen, separate bedroom and living areas and a private bath. Communal dining rooms and other common areas allow for friendly gatherings. For safety and security there is a state of the art digital video monitoring system throughout the building (except in the private apartments).
Mt. Bethel Village is a residence tailored to the needs of adults with autism, developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injuries. Many of its design features are based on recommendations made in the 2009 report Opening Doors by The Urban Land Institute (ULI), the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) and the Arizona Board of Regents for and on behalf of Arizona State University. Among the major design recommendations which will be followed:
Here are links to the floor plans:
View photos of our special needs and autism housing in Warren.
Watch a video overview of the Mt. Bethel Village project.