Shepherd's Cove - Capitol Heights, MD

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1400 Doewood Lane
Capitol Heights, MD 20743
: Phone: (301) 322-5700
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    2019-12-22 08:14:40
    I feel that the residents in this building are free to do as they please as long as one of the Ra's like them better than another resident... When someone gets written up multiple times it does not affect there stay at all, there are women in here that let there children do as they please and there's also women who decide it is okay to drink and do drugs while on the premise. On top of all that we have newborn baby's and handicap women that have colds because of the weather outside and there being no heat in the building. They also have a terrible cook who always burns the food which causes many residents to spend there money on fast food. On top of that they have MICE!! I ask if you would please talk to one of the employees to try to make this place a better living space for me, my family, and all the other residents. Thank you and your team have a good one!

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Description: Emergency Shelter for Women and Children. Our 100–bed emergency facility is operated and monitored 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by caring professionals. Our case management staff uses the Continuum of Care Model, which helps to effectively coordinate and link clients to resources. Our primary goal is to provide a clean and safe environment for our residents with the ultimate goal of their obtaining transitional or permanent housing. Program Services:
Three balanced and nutritious meals every day
Free fully equipped day care (for children 6 weeks – 5 years old)
After–school program (for children 5 to 12 year old)
Permanent and transitional housing assistance
Education and employment services
Transportation assistance
Health care, including mental health and substance–abuse services
Evening and weekend recreational, entertainment and social activities

Supportive Social Services:
Physical and mental health care assistance
Substance abuse counselling
Employment assistance (i.e., job training, searching, placement and retention)
Education (i.e., GED, Microsoft Certified software instructions, and professional trade skill certifications)
Housing (i.e., transitional, permanent and homeownership)
Other supportive services as needed and required

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