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Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center At Crooked Creek

Rating: 1.33 stars   3 reviews 643


2990 West 71st Street Indianapolis IN 46268 USA


To promote civic, social and personal responsibility in the crooked creek service area by providing quality service that enhance the lives of individuals and families.


Provide emergency services for low to moderate income individuals and families;(eviction prevention, gas & light assistance, food and holiday assistance;

provides seniors with diverse programming which includes wellness education sessions, socialization, food pantry, transportation, camping trips, arts, and crafts.

provide youth programs for youth at risk, mostly low to moderate income youth under 21 years of age;(summer camp, early childhood development, teen opportunity events, college tours, ged/esl)

other program services in order to carry out the organization's primary exempt purpose.

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Reviews for Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center At Crooked Creek

Role: General Member of the Public
Rating: 1 stars  

workers drive top of line Mercedes and turn away most clients in order to achieve personal gain this place is full of fraud and embezzling thieves

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Rating: 1 stars  

Poor Management. Misuse of board resources. Relatives of Executive Director make up 80% of staff, despite experience or education. Financial policy: chase dollars and dump in a big pot. Unethical, not about community, but family

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

several incidents, Exec. Dir. not straight forward with Board.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Remove the ED

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Role: Client Served
Rating: 2 stars  

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My child was enrolled in summer camp at FBGNC and was neglected and endangered in the first week. We went through the chain of commands to have the problem addressed and it was a bunch of excuses and blaming of the child (3) and other staff. The CEO and Summer Director were unprofessional and rude in dealing with the matter, which has resulted in us pursuing action with CPS. We have discovered that the childcare program is not licensed by the state of Indiana and the duty of care in nonexistant.

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What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

Affordability of service, you get what you pay for

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The CEO or Summer Director would have followed through with the concerns of endangering my child.

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