Church on the Street - COTS - Homeless Assistance - Phoenix, AZ

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3210 NW Grand Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85017
: 1-602-257-8918
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    2018-10-26 18:19:12
    If you are homeless and seek shelter please think twice before going to this mission. This is a hypocriticricy it is surely a bible pushing minisry. I stayed at this mission and i am a catholic/christian person that was in need of shelter and i was handicapped due to a recent surgury and needed shelter. The church on the street mission on van buren is where you start off. This facility is very poorly managed. The staff there are extremely rude and condescending. Extremly rude. The facility is extremely rundown. The food at its best is fit for a dog. It is not ment for anyone with health issue. The ministry is extremely ment to be a bible pushing Extremist. The support staff is hypocritical and without common care and intentions are false. The facility is full of bedbugs. The staff is bossy and rude. They want u up at 6am feed with an hard boiled egg then demanded that u leave the facility until 1pm no lunch. So if u have any physical disabilities DONOT GO HERE.. They threw me to the streets without a bus pass because i was not a disciple without one care of basic human life. This is why this ministry is false and bible pushing false ministry. Good luck..

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Description: Church on the Street, a Non-Denominational Church, offers many services to residents as well as the community-at-large including, but not limited to: 15 Month Discipleship Training, Outreaches around the Valley assisting the Homeless & Disadvantaged. Church on the Street is part of the Dreamcenter.

Church On The Street is a Christian Discipleship Program (or 'Bible' Boot Camp) where a believer in Jesus Christ can spend six months in our 180 day residential program immersed in the Word of God. One can spend this time to build a stable foundation for their life. Very intense; very structured with a curriculum based in the Life of Christ. Lots of rules to incorporate discipline into one's character; this life recovery school is the stepping stone to finding the purpose for your life that the Lord has for you. We accept all donations & are in need of hygiene, finances, clothes, furniture and vehicles. We are a state approved facility for probation & parole.

Volunteers Requests by Church on the Street - COTS - Homeless Assistance: Yes! Please call 1-602-257-8918

Donation Requests by Church on the Street - COTS - Homeless Assistance: ALL Donations are accepted.Current year and season clothing itemsHousewaresFood ItemsBuses for transportationVehicles

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