My family is currently in financial crisis. My husband lost his job and my job doesn't pay enough. I'm self employed btw so I eat all my expenses and that makes it worse. Anyway, I haven't had to apply for assistance in a long time and I always feel ashamed to have to do so when I do, and typically the case workers don't make you feel better about it. They are usually rude and you can tell they hate their job because they deal with stereotypical welfare people. Not everyone who applies is that kind of person but I think the case workers see too much of them and become conditioned to thinking that the clients are "welfare people" who are just trying to make a buck off the govt. again not the case usually in my opinion but I don't work there so I don't know for sure. Anyway I had to make two trips this time around. The first time I got a woman who's name I don't remember who was VERY OBVIOUSLY having a bad day. Or she has a bad outlook on life. She was not friendly at all and was really sarcastic and rude with me. I was afraid to talk to her really and I was afraid I was going to get her again the second time around when I had to come back. I was dreading coming back because of her. She didn't finish my case the first time and didn't tell me everything I needed to bring. She left things out and entered info incorrectly (I didn't know that till round 2) and she made me afraid to ask questions. Round 2 comes along and I take my husband as he had to get fingerprints. We wait the 3-6 hour wait again. Only 3 hours this time luckily and we get a different person which I was so grateful for. This lady's name was Rose and she was AWESOME. She's the reason I'm writing this review to be real. She was so friendly and helpful and she did her best for my husband and I. She made my experience so much better and I wasn't afraid to talk to her or ask her questions or just have a conversation with her. She made sure she had everything she needed and didn't send me home without a verdict. She had a lot of customer service awards in her cubicle which the other lady didn't have, and I can see why. She was a ray of sunshine and a team player too I think because after my case she had to do a hearing or something like that. Some thing that people don't like to do and she told me that she does them anyway so the other people that don't like it won't have to. She was a nice lady and deserved a good review so I found a place to review her on and wrote this. If you have to come to this office, hope you get rose.
someone in all the service organizations need to have a meeting an discuss brown water vrs blue water,,,Many veterans need this done to prevent losing disabilities,,,I have talked to 2 or different officers and some say feet on ground and others for presumed diebetis 2 just be in Vietnam era, during the time frame 61-72?? Then if your ships on the brown water list a sailor, marine etc are presumed to contact it by agent orange exposure.
I work for a local dentist office here in the valley, we had a patient who has obvious periodontal disease regarding his teeth, not to mention several other dental needs that are of immediate concern seen at the VA dental department. Being in the dental field with the experience that the office has here and the years of experience , it concerns me when a patient returns to our office after having been seen there at the VA and says to our staff, that they will no longer be returning , due to the fact that according to the VA dental department , this patients has no concerns regarding dental. I can only hope that when it comes time for my family, who are active military members , to obtain services from the VA, they will be of more accurate in their diagnosing.
I will NEVER go to DMV again if I can take care of business here. The staff answered the phone quickly and answered all of my questions. When I arrived I was greeted promptly and was able to do title work and get a car registered in about 10 minutes! No more waiting for your number to be called....this place is awesome!
a place to git maps. room #800.
Save your time, there's better places to play cards than this sham of a club. Looks nice from the outside, but underneath it's a den of thieves. Cardrooms are illegal in Arizona if anyone other than the players benefits. CCC2 takes 50% of the dealers tips to get around their "home-game" atmosphere of no fee poker. Taking it out of the dealer's pockets is what got Deal Me In, Poker Nation, Ace High, Club Royale and The Nuts in trouble. Doesn't matter if you're feeding starving children or not, other non-profits don't get to use poker to benefit their 501(c)... why should you?Aside from that, the games here are slower than molasses in January. You can't use your cell phone. Lord Jesus forgives you if you curse, but not this club. And ethically, I just can't get behind a club that pretends to be something they are not, especially when the something they are pretending to be is no more legal than a cardroom going to line the owners pocket.
I would not recommend this ball club to anyone! This is by far the worst club I had experience with. The umpires run the club. If you disagree with any of the umps or boardmembers you are automatically kicked out. They will not listen to your side of the story. They have favorites there and they only listen to them. It is highly political there. Your kids will end up hating baseball by the end of the season.