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  • 1.Young Life

    1010 N Capitol Ave


    0.93 mi

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    418 E 34th St


    3.49 mi

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By: Linda H.
my son Michael heymig lived in that group home long time ago how he lives with three room mates he works very hard at his job
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By: Lyndsey G.
Joyce Lowry MSW LMFT
OH MY GOD! This is the worst counselor I have ever seen. So unprofessional it is a joke. She actually had the gall to start talking about court related subjects in front of the minor child involved. When she was called out on how inappropriate that is, she became belligerent and actually tried to stop the parent and child from leaving! She followed them all through the building. She frightened a 10 year old. Please DO NOT send your child to this woman!!!!
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By: La shana L.
Salvation Army
Store employees are very nice. Very clean and nice furniture. Does not smell. Has restroom and fitting rooms. I liked everything about this store except the manager lady. She is loud and rude to her employees. She blows a whistle at them which I think is very odd. Not very mannerable to customers. She let me and my family standing around for 30 minutes until she decided to price an item for us that was just put out. The employees apologized to us about it but she immediately disagreed. He had said the customer is always right to which she immediately replied no their not twice to us the customers. I think a little retraining is in order and drug testing because she was wired off something. Little did she know I do this for a living. All in all I received a good price on some furniture. Iplan on giving it another go and another review very soon.
By: protectiveparent
Joyce Lowry MSW LMFT
Joyce is motivated by money, she makes this no secret as she is constantly talking about who she did or did not receive a payment from. She complains about not being paid enough in sessions and tried to change our fee midway through our sessions, saying she made a "mistake" when she told us a lower fee. Mrs. Lowry is very hard to communicate with, she changes subjects without warning and even mocks people after they speak. I found her profoundly unprofessional and was disgusted that the court is recommending people to this lady while their children's well being hangs in the balance. I was also quite taken aback by her constant references to her religion, and her lack of respect for anyone who has a different belief. Pray you aren't referred to her.
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