Tustin Temporary Emergency Shelter - Tustin, CA

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2345 Barranca Parkway
Tustin, CA 92782
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    2020-01-19 13:17:47
    It's a clean place for the most part, the staff is nice, however, they are not knowledgeable, and do not listen to what the clients have to say. They look down on the clients, and when they speak, Say. "Ya, ya, ya, ok, ok, ok," 95 percent of the time. Very disturbing, they want a client to take the path that they want, which is not such a good path most of time, due to the fact the care coordinators do not have licensing and are in recovery themselves, and don't know what there talking because they don't listen They really push everyone to go to the rescue mission, which in itself, demonstrates cult like behavior, and has abuse towards cleints, which is always swept under the rug. Most of the care coordinators can not even admin. A test for rapid rehousing, they have to depend on city net which is another useless group, except for referrals into TTEs, they never follow through with anything. I ve been dealing with the promises of city net for years. Tellacare, is the biggest waste of money, tustin and orange county have ever seen. I have paper work of promises from citynet and tellacare, which I can provide through email.. When my friend committed suicide dec 6, mike monteer, At ttes by strangulation. My other friend and I went to staff several times before that, to tell them the date and time mike was going to kill himself, they new the date and time at dec 6 at 10 am, with the 84 cameras that ttes purchased with the city of Tustins money, which the camera was just above Michael when he killed himself, you woul think that the staff might of looked at the camera just in case. If your a homeless illegal do not go to TTES. Otherwise for 3 hots and a cot, showers, it's pretty cool., donated clothes, sparingly, terrible food, sickening, couldn't eat there much due to the high sodium and salt in food.

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50 bed temporary shelter opened that opened March 18, 2019. Serves: Homeless single men, single women, couples, and families with children living on the streets from the City of Tustin.

The shelter is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Each guest is sniffed by a drug sniffing dog upon entrance. There is also a police liaison is stationed at the shelter.

Location: The location of the shelter is the Armed Forces Reserve Center, Tustin.


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Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2020-02-01

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