Tillary Street Women's Shelter - Brooklyn, NY

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200 Tillary Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
: (888) 425-0501


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    2018-06-06 23:29:32
    When I stayed at this shelter a girl was fighting me and I was not rying to fight her. She kept punching me in the head. The security gaurd later blamed me saying I put something on her bed. That is not true. A different girl stole my Cardinals hat when I was waiting in line for dinner. I wasn't trying to fight but I think it reacted by flinging my tray then she punced my head on the concrete column in the cafeteria. It hurt so hard my head was throbbing and I couldn't sleep that night. After the first incident detectives came and took pictures of me and I got a notice of a restraining order against her in the mail. We still took a ride together her and other residents to apply for housing. The girl that hit me so hard in the cafeteria, nothing.
    Briana Kaufman
    2014-09-04 09:25:00
    I was a resident there and I got jumped by two crack heads for no reason. The staff stood there and watched. They didnt do anything to help. There's always fights going on in this place and its completely disgusting cleanliness wise. On top of that they lost all my belongings and had me standing there for over an hour trying to make me believe my stuff was there
    Alyssa K Gonzalez
    2014-02-10 09:34:00
    I get bully everyday and staff doesn't make a report about the incident that happen and they told me to leave and I don't have anywhere to stay, the manger stated that he wasn't going to do a report because he is the manager. He stated for me to come back on Monday February 9, 2014 to speak with the case manager.

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Description: The Tillary Street Women's Shelter is a 200-bed city-funded shelter for women with mental illness and co-morbid substance abuse disorders. Located in downtown Brooklyn. The shelter provides temporary housing, case management, housing referral and (more) placement services, and on-site medical and mental health services.

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