Great experience overall, the people were friendly, respectful, and treated everyone there with equality. Volunteering there was an enjoyable experience, they had fresh produce ready for all of the people and it was very organized. There was never a dull moment and I would volunteer there again.
There has to be a rating way way below one star. If you want corruption, greed, disrespect, inhumanity, social injustice, indignity, you've come to the right place. they have it all here and they never waver from showing just how terrible they are.
Eloise's is a great, friendly local food bank serving the South Tacoma community. They are very helpful and polite.
This was the biggest joke I have seen in a long time. I go to jail for 20 days and don't need drug or alcohol counseling. It's just about the money.
My mother has been a patient at this care center for over 3 months now. At first the center appears to be a great place. What I have run into there is inconsistent rules. Changing rules when ever. And poor matching of room-mates. My mother was placed with a room mate who wanted to watch Korean TV. The Korean woman speaks English. My mother speaks English! We were told we would have to listen to Korean TV. I insisted my mother be moved to another room. Because of the move: I felt I was treated badly! I had a comfortable chair for 3 months. They took the chair from me and told me I could not have it. We were in an exact same type of room. Felt the admin's was trying to punishing us for complaining. Inconsistent rules for residences. Feels more like a jail, then a care center!
An excellent facility. Clean, safe, and friendly . Nursing staff is top-notch, being both professional and caring. Therapists are probably the best around, offering a wide range of physical and occupational work. The administration is helpful and well informed. I myself was a guest there for just about three months, after losing my right leg to an accident. I would return in a second if need be. I can't thank them all enough, though I tried to before I left. Bless you, Alaska Gardens.Michael Baugh