It sucks never do business there and never go there for residential nor day service. If you go there as a client they will violate your legal rights
325 SW Frazier AveTopeka, KS 66606
From Business: The Family Service & Guidance Center of Topeka is a nonprofit organization that offers a range of nursing assistance and health care services. The center speciali…
2649 SW Arrowhead RdTopeka, KS 66614
From Business: Florence Crittenton Services is nonprofit organization that serves young women with mental illnesses, substance abuse experience and at-risk behaviors. It also se…
825 S Kansas Ave Ste 500Topeka, KS 66612
Been a client for 20 yrs. I have the Best Dr's this city has. They have taken the time and effort, never giving up on finding the best meds for my healthy happiness safely.
Rosevilla is a very low budget company. Offers no benefits to its employees, (even after Obamacare passed). Owners found a way to cheat the system. They register each building under different business name to avoid paying benefits.For example, Rosevilla on Fillmore Street is legally named: LVJ Rentals LLC, vs Hope house, or Duke would be JV Rentals LLC etc. They employees work in many buildings which makes all this buildings one "Rosevilla" company but for tax purposes and evading paying benefits they call each building under different name. Residents pay "rent" of $2700 a month. For almost 100 residents there are 3 staff during the day, and 2 staff at night. The company is heavily understaffed. Really dirty on the inside. The company takes out taxes, medicare out of paycheck but by itself does not contribute anything (0) for retirement or unemployments etc. Company has "exercies equipment" to attract new residents however, now one hardly ever uses it. The owners are Lynn and Jay Nichols making over a million dollars a year. The money that VA spends for homeless veterans, goes mostly to enrich the business owners like Jay and Lynn Nichols. Between what website shoes on www.rosevilla.us and what the reality is a huge gap.Come for yourself and see.
Doorstep, has an abundant of clothing and provides bread for the community on a regular basis. There is no mistaking that the customer service needs to be GREATLY improved and re-evaluated.