Mary Elizabeth Inn is an NGO that is operating out of an SRO hotel called Mary Elizabeth Inn that was originally donated by the Mary Glide Foundation to provide supportive services to women who are struggling with poverty, domestic violence, and homelessness. The Executive Director is is very manipulative, harmful, and conniving person that has given herself tenure while overseeing an uninhabitable premise. She along with other permanent staff regularly verbally attack and abuse residents on the premise. She regularly evicts and harasses residents in the building and is notorious for retaliating against residents. Several supportive services have been removed like the meals program, access to common areas, and the building was listed as a public nuisance in 2017 by San Francisco Building Inspection. The San Francisco Department of Public Health recently shut down the resident kitchen due to a severe rat infestation, plumbing is constantly breaking down, and lack of sanitation in the public bathrooms. Mary Elizabeth Inn NGO is a charity fraud that bullies and manipulates women who are ill and suffering from severe poverty and they steal public donations while violence and drug abuse goes rampant throughout the building. Police, ambulances and fire department often visit the building due to the ongoing violations, unsafe environment, and overall decline in the quality of life at MEI. Suicide rates are over 50% and women get ill from this place because it is overseen and mismanaged by a group of gangsters from south San Francisco.
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I was honored to have worked with the original owner Richard Lieberman and Irene Lieberman back in 1983. The Hotel is not only one of a kind for senior adults, but also an opportunity for anyone who is interested in operating and assisting in hotel service and management. I was involved in dining room service, management of housekeeping and operations and as a business consultant afterwards. The statue in the garden of the Broadmoor hotel speaks of the collaborative efforts of Myself and Richard Lieberman back in the day when We established the Gardens for the Residents to enjoy during outdoor Reveries. Thanks to the Prestigious gifts of Irene Lieberman and Her Son Michael Lieberman, the Broadmoor survived and thrived past the passing of Richard Lieberman in 1987. To this day, past the passing of Irene Lieberman, the Hotel is superbly run and continues in the legacy of R. Michael Lieberman.. Thanks Michael for Your expertise and Your Supreme Sacrifice to maintain this Hotel for the Citizens of San Francisco and abroad. I will be back to visit soon!! All the Best.. Mercedes Maxwell
Beautiful old building and really friendly staff! Activities from morning until evening. When I suggested a change, the staff immediately responded.