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Salvation Army Thrift Store in Phoenix, AZ
157 E Broadway Rd, Mesa, AZ, 85210
24 E Mohave St1.16 mi Phoenix, AZ CharitiesSocial Service OrganizationsUsed FurnitureThrift Shops
2.Salvation Army Church
4343 N 16th St3.86 mi Phoenix, AZ CharitiesThrift ShopsSocial Service Organizations
615 N 48th St5.42 mi Phoenix, AZ CharitiesSocial Service OrganizationsThrift Shops
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5.The Salvation Army
2707 E Van Buren St, Phoenix AZ, 850082.82 mi Phoenix, AZ CharitiesSocial Service Organizations
2707 E Van Buren St2.86 mi Phoenix, AZ CharitiesSocial Service Organizations
If you are a homeless family beware. This program is supposed to help you And also get permanent housing. Well on my last day there I got approved for housing and would have needed up to a 2 week extension at the shelter and this great place that all the people donate to said they would not grant my family an extension and we lost the housing! NOW LIVING IN A MOTEL!! THANKS MARY ALICE AND ANGEL AND ALL THE STAFF ME AND MY FAMILY ARE HOMELESS AGAIN. HOPE YOU ALL SLEEP WELL AT NIGHT KNOWING WHAT YOU ARE DOING TO FAMILIES THAT YOUR JOB IS TO HELP AND END HOMELESSNESS. TO ALL THE PEOPLE THAT DONATE TO THIS PLACE PLEASE SAVE YOUR MONEY OR DONATE TO A BETTER CHARITY
1625 S Central Ave1.13 mi Phoenix, AZ CharitiesSocial Service Organizations
One star is too generous! I attended the Phoenix Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) in 2010. Though I completed the program, I would not recommend this place for addicts seeking recovery. The Director of Rehabilitation, Rosemarie Abernethy, is extremely unprofessional and abusive. The old adage that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely applies here. Captain James Boyd runs the business end of the center -- donation collections and sale at Metro Phoenix S.A. thrift stores. Though he is also responsible for the rehab, he has given Ms. Abernethy complete control over the program. Ms. Abernethy runs the rehab Nazi style, relishing and misusing her power. She is abusive to fellow S.A. employees, staff and ""beneficiaries"" (patients) alike. She regularly yells at managers in staff meetings. She publicly shames beneficiaries whom she is supposedly helping. Though asked when she assumed this role not to create a prison-like atmosphere, this is exactly what she has accomplished. She is a horrible judge of character. She discriminates against African Americans, hispanics, gay men and anyone whose personality doesn't jive with her world view. She is well known to area E.R. Physicians since she refuses to provide prescribed medication (non-narcotic) contrary to doctors orders. Worst of all, she is a hypocrit, invoking her will in the name of God; spewing platitudes on recovery,when she is obviously not able to follow her own advice as a raging food addict (she is grossly overweight). Steer clear of this particular ARC. Though it can be a good program, until Ms. Abernethy's reign is over, Phoenix is not a good choice. Liked: Disliked:
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