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a lady named Glenda at the dshs office at 1700 e. cherry st.,went beyond and above to help me,her supervisor,(cant remember the gentlemans name,) was also very helpful to help me and to take thetime to help me get my medical and food stamp card transferred to washington,from oregon..oregon assured me they would fax the papers,because its urgent..they were great and i have nothing bad to say about them,very professional and personal...many thankss.s.
Do you enjoy prison? I hope you enjoy prison, because that's how this place runs. If you don't have any money coming in forget coming in... but if you do, forget ever getting out. My father is there. 2 weeks ago, he was able to speak to me. They don't allow anyone to have a phone, you must go to the desk and they must dial the number back for you. He told me he was being mistreated and that they were listening in on the conversations. After that, they wouldn't allow him to talk. That was his punishment. I called 18 times on fathers day but they said he wasn't there. My father is blind, where could he have gone. Then they told me 2 days ago that he never wanted to speak to me again, but when i asked them to ask him a secret question only he would know, they brought him to the desk. I called the director, I'm assuming, and she was worse than all of the rude staff! She straight up told me, "do you think I'm allowing $1300 to walk out the door?" I wanted his next disability check to be given to him, and him to get a plane to me, but they are refusing. She told me first I wasn't on his emergency contact list, that my uncle was, and all i needed was for him to add me. When he called, he got cursed out and hung up on. So my dad went and asked, but they told him he had no right to add or change anyone. This place is a trap. The last thing they said, if you take him out of here, we'll never release his medication. The medication he needs to survive. Like I said: PRISON