Last updated Dec 17, 2021 1 Comment 1

52nd Street Women's Center

120 bed shelter houses mentally ill and medically frail women
The shelter helps the women as they work toward improving their health and acquiring permanent housing.

The 52nd Street Women’s Center is a resident focused facility  in Manhattan.
The shelter includes a 400 square foot computer lab and a 2,000 square foot outdoor terrace on roof. In addition, a 1,400 square foot dining space will serve three hot meals a day. We are providing 52nd Street residents with a wide range of health care and social services.

The health care team will include: a psychiatrist, nurse practitioner and a registered nurse.

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Metropolitan Community Church of New York

Last Updated Ago Added Mar 11, 2020

New York, NY, 10018

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If you have stayed in this shelter, how was your stay?

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  1. Loud. Too many in a room. Everyone smokes in the communal bathroom...can never get any sleep. I work and are tired all the time. I can't stay in and sleep all day like others.

    Answer posted on Oct 11, 2022 0

Is this a safe shelter to stay in?

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  1. Yes

    Answer posted on Oct 4, 2021 0
  2. Yes

    Answer posted on Oct 11, 2022 0

Do they accept pets at this shelter?

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  1. NO

    Answer posted on Dec 17, 2021 0

Do you have any advice for those wanting to stay at this shelter?

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  1. I do not recommend nobody to go to that shelter.

    Answer posted on Sep 28, 2022 0

How long can you stay here?

1 Comment

  1. Kori
    Kori
    Sep 28, 2022Reply
    Being in that shelter is a nightmare. They do not care for the people. The staff is disrespectful and rude. I do not understand why that facility is still open. The food is disgusting. The bathrooms are dirty and the shower is dangerous due to the fact the water is to hot and can not be turn off. Most of the people has severe mental health issues and I do not think those issues are addressed in a proper way. It is a very unsafe place.

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