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03/30/2017
By: Jennifer H.
Hallmark Youthcare-Richmond
Put your child here and they might as well be locked up in a juvenile detention facility! The therapist was great but the rest of the staff is uncaring. The kids are out of control and do whatever the want. My child was suicidal and this facility with the constant hostile atmosphere did nothing for her. She wasted one month of her life, was attacked more than once and felt on constant edge! Never again!
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02/04/2017
By: Kesh S.
Marie's Home Care For Kids
She is violent, saw her secretly yelling at children while waving a broom in the air. This woman screams at the children to be quiet. Can you believe that, like she deserves silent children at a daycare? She has horrible skills with children. She has a short temper, and is abusive with children who she has seen beat or abused in front of her. This daycare is pretty horrible. She runs it in her basement like a crazy troll. She tries as hard as she can to not yell at kids while you are there, but she screams at the children she keeps after school. She feeds kids honey buns and crap food, but will try to tell you she is such a wonderful care provider. Charges an outrageous "annual fee" then when it's convenient for her she will come up with charges she unable to explain. If you care about your child growing up without abuse and or threats of harm made to them, then don't give your money to this witch and don't leave your kid with her.
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10/04/2016
By: Chantel T.
Marie's Home Care For Kids
Beware of this lady, she pinches babies to make them lay down, my kids told me everything I remived them immediately and called CPS on her. Kids are terrified of this lady. People pay attention to your kids behavior. One night I went to pick up my kid, and this little boy was crying for dear life for me to pick him up, he didn't even know me......that pos is evil!!!!!!!
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01/26/2016
By: Jazz P.
Ymca
I don't no anything about the YMCA I'm trying to join the club not even sure of the four stars please let me set up to join
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