Huntington City Mission - Huntington, WV

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624 Tenth Street
Huntington, WV 25701
: (304) 523-0293
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REVIEWS: 1

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    2017-11-16 22:45:12
    This place was by far the worst place I ever had to stay most of the staff members are rude and treat you like your trash even when you go eat it states you can have one bread and one cake I saw several people take four or five cakes out at a time out of there but the staff say nothing but for some reason I get jumped on to and embarrassed because I took two cakes which was small I was taken my son home one and one of the staff embarrassed me because I wasn't allowed to do that I've saw the staff go through the cakes and take what they want two or three at a time I've never in my life been treating so bad as they have treated me I didn't stay long at the mission I'm a disabled mom they put me and my son out in the cold when we had doctor excuses to do that tracking card paper I'm not aloud to work due to my disablety but they don't care they make you do that tracking card anyway also I wasn't able to buy me any warm clothes for the winter so I ask them I'd I could have a few long sleeve shirt for me and my two kids they kept putting me off but I saw one of the workers going through the donation clothes and putting them back for her to take home if you think I'm lying to make up attention please feel free to ask my kids how we were treated there or better yet ask the many people that live there how the staff members treat them something needs to be done about the people working their this is not right

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Description: Services
Emergency Shelter
Food Kitchen
Project Hope
Spiritual and Counseling
Adult Education
Summer Camp

Clients who participate in the services of The Huntington City Mission receive food, clothing and shelter under the conditions of the Mission policy.  Opportunities for personal improvement in basic education, spiritual life counseling (upon request) and case management services are available to all men and women in our care.  An admission and intake process to properly track clients utilizing Mission provides consistency in services rendered in-house and in the community is required for entry and is mandatory.
Zero tolerance for substance abuse is maintained throughout Mission. All clients are required to declare all medications during admission.
Our men’s department dorms are divided into the transient dorm, a case management dorm and the Transformers Dorm (a spiritual life dorm for those men in our spiritual life programs).  Entry into the dorms is based upon specific requirements based upon Mission policy.
Our Women & Family Care dorms are divided into the Observation Area, Single Female Dorm (4 rooms with 18 beds) and the Family Dorm (14 rooms).  Entry into the dorms is based upon specific requirements based upon Mission policy.

Do you have items to donate? Contact Huntington City Mission at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2018-05-14


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Do you have items to donate? Contact Huntington City Mission at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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