Great health and mental health housing. Wide array of programs and amenities. Fitness room and personal trainer. Some AA and chemical dependency / substance abuse programming. Music rooms and personal lessons. Bus passes. Personal scheduling. Tobacco cessation. Social and mental health programming. IRTS licensed. Dieticians and cafeteria line style dining all three meals.
This place is in need of real public service. The people who work here care for the most part. I have been here for two years. They have taken half of every paycheck I have earned. The place is 2 and 3 bed room. Separated by hanging sheets. It is as clean as you make it. Room's are jail cell size. If you care about me and whoever you send here. Send them money letters and give them you're time. The mail is not personal... They open mail with your permission. You are allowed 97$ a month after any SSI... Rsdi. Exc. I rate this place one Star if that. The owner of the company is the only admin. I have asked for a itemized bill. I'm on the council for resident s. It is almost embarrassing the way we go through motion to do anything. The building is in need of new carpet. The art work on the walls are nice. They are owned by the owner. I feel I could be more negative.... I'm 34 and live with mentally disabled people whom are being used in my humble opinion. Good luck ????
I worked at Andrew House in 2002. It was a model as a mental health residence. I felt the residents and staff had a mutual bond in mental health support, and benefited the community. Thank you Karen for your sustained commitment. Scott Paulsen, Canada