Pam’s Place shelter - Long Island City, NY

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40-03 29th St
Long Island City, NY 11101
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REVIEWS: 4

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    2019-10-21 11:08:39
    I move to pams place in 7/2018. The experience here is horrific. That state of mind with some of these staff members and clients are not aware of their professional duties and the client over all welfare. I been here at pams place for over a year and it needs serious inprovements in respect to ethical matters. I was illegally evicted from my residence last year before that I live in my apartment for 8 years getting harassed, too come back to the shelter system and get tramatized some more. The lack of concern for clients safety, respect is very frightening..when you have been abused and suffere servere trama. I feel they look down on us by the way we are treated and that should not ever happen because its unethical and unprofessional to mistreat a person due to their of their living or financial condition. Pams place could really use understanding,caring,compassionate concern individuals to run that facility
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    2019-09-14 14:13:05
    Very dirty they always fight in the rooms and ghetto it stinks and the staff are horrible...Place needs to be closed down due to it's crackheads and mentally sick women there...It's unsafe and I felt threatened there.
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    2019-07-30 22:40:51
    Pam’s place is alright it just needs more understanding more care more eye opening and stuff that does care not only for what they do but for the people more of all that bearings them to work every day more so have bed said manors as well as trying to get people in and out when they say there going to but over all they are great people
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    2019-05-16 17:39:20
    THIS IS A NICE PLACE IF RUN PROPERLY ITS NEVER THE BUSINESS ITS WHO IS RUNNING THE BUSINESS STAFF DO NOT CARE ABOUT HEALTH HAZARDS THEIR CUSTOMER SERVICE SKILLS IS IN THE TOILET THEY ARE VERY DISMISSIVE THEY DONT CARE ABOUT THE SAFTEY OF WOMEN THE MEN AND WOMEN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF women MENTAL ILLNESS AND DRUG ABUSE THEY WATCH THEM ALMOST KILL EACH OTHER THEY LET THEM SIT IN A ROOM THAT SMELLED OF URINE STAFF WALK IN AND OUT OF THIS ROOM AND DID NOTHING THE FLOORS DIRTY TIOLETS OVER FLOWING DHS SHOULD BURN IN HELL A WOMENS ORGANIZATION OF ISLANDERS WHO COME FROM A COUNTRY THAT CARE NOTHING ABOUT ETHICS AND MORAL.

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Description: Shelter for single women. Six story, 200 bed shelter

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Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2018-07-13


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