St. Anne's Service Intensive Transitional Home - Diamond Bar, CA

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1142 S. Diamond Bar Blvd # 146
Diamond Bar, CA 91765
: Phone: 9096121197


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    2020-10-28 23:05:08
    Although I can say alot here, I will keep it short. The above comment is correct. The two managers are HORRIBLE. As soon as you say something they don't like, they will bum-rush you out the door. I guess this is suppose to strike fear in the remaining tenets. They make up nonsensical rules, and micro-manage your every move using several wireless cameras placed in the kitchen, front door, back door, and living room. On the day Gail, pushed me out without even saying good bye, she was creating a new "lying calendar" of activities and workshops that will never be done. (I guess this is just for show, for the auditors). So much more I could say, but, I will give you a warning: DON'T LIVE THERE. If you are totally disabled, you'd probably be okay there, as they leave you alone (mostly. God forbid you are not, because you will be micro-managed to death). However, if you are fully disabled ... why stay there? US Vets in Long Beach, or March AFB is much better for disabled vets. final word....STAY AWAY from 23833 Palomino Drive, Diamond Bar, CA 91765.
    2020-06-26 12:25:34
    St. Anne's has help me a lot they provide services to veterans and assistance when you need it including transportation to doctor appointments. I stayed there for six months and was able to save money to move into my own apartment.
    2018-09-24 18:42:54
    Terrible, terrible house managers. I was asked to leave over not taking a specific job that I could not perform due to injuries. They basically said pack your stuff one morning and I was on my own on the street all of the sudden. Most of my clothes are still there in the garage. I am from new to the state and they have really made things hard for me.

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We provide affordable housing to homeless single male veterans free meals and in home supportive services include transportation to medical appts, full use of facility appliances washer/dryer stove , microwave,refrigerator, this transitional housing program and independent living responsibilities.

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