Southern California Program

Villa Esperanza Services

Civic and Community
Pasadena, CA
December 2015

Villa Esperanza Services has embarked on a capital campaign to transform its 54-year-old Pasadena campus into settings that are spacious, efficient, and more suitable for the special needs children and adults it serves.  New buildings for the Villa Esperanza School and the Dimensions Adult Day Program will help Villa continue to provide comprehensive care and education and respond to the rapidly growing population of children and adults with autism.  Renovations have been completed on the facility that will house the adult program.  Funds from the W. M. Keck Foundation will support construction of seven accessible classrooms, two large play yards, a retreat garden and a new kitchen and cafeteria for the nonpublic school.  School enrollment will increase from 86 to 100 students and participation in the adult program will grow from 65 to 75 clients.

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