Services for the UnderServed (SUS)
Rating: 1 stars 1 1 review 28
305 Seventh Avenue 10th Floor New York NY 10001 USA
To provide services and supports for individuals with special needs to live with dignity in the community, direct their own lives, and attain personal fulfillment.
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SUS = SCAM
Services for the Underserved-NYC
Accepted thousands of dollars in grants meant to help the Veteran community of NY, yet they turn veterans away that seeking assistance–just to avoid the work-load. The untrained staff openly lies to vets in-need, by fabricating a variety of excuses as to why they do not qualify for assistance.
Verified military personnel-registered with the Unified Court System's: Veterans Treatment Court have reported the following SUS violations:
1. Veteran told:
They do not qualify for assistance because they ARE NOT in drug treatment.
2. Veteran told:
They do not qualify for assistance because they ARE in drug treatment.
3. Veteran told:
They do not qualify for assistance because they DO NOT have an honorable discharge.
4. Veteran told:
They do not qualify for assistance because they HAVE an honorable discharge.
5. Veteran told:
They do not qualify for assistance because they DO NOT have children.
6. Veteran told:
They do not qualify because they HAVE children.
7. Veteran Complaint:
Phone Calls / Emails / Voicemails / Text Messages = NOT RETURNED.
8. Veteran Complaint:
SUS staff consistently change job title/position to avoid responsibility.
9. Veteran Complaint:
SUS management lies on behalf of staff, claiming individual in-question is unavailable.
PRIMARY SUS COMPLAINT LOCATION:
39 Broadway, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10006
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