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Cnba Residential Care Facilities Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Hospices, Human Services

Mission: Provide housing and care for adults with mental issues.

Programs: No achievements in 2014. Waiting for grant to begin non-profit operations.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

This place is far below expectations. If I had a loved one in this facility, I'd be very disappointed. The clients living there are not properly taken care of or supervised. Their dangerous and inappropriate behaviors are not addressed, and they need more support than they are getting. They throw things like rocks at one another when I've walked by. I almost got hit. I've spoken with neighbors who say they get knocks on their doors at odd hours of the night because the clients want to buy cigarets. Neighbors also told me they have large items thrown over the fence into their yards, and had to get the fence built higher as a result. The clients just wander outside or sit and stare at the sky. It seems as though there is no set schedule, which is something that needs to happen for these people who live there. They ask me for money and say they haven't got food. They are constantly smoking and throwing it on the street. I've seen them peeing outside on their lawns. I've seen them almost get ran over in the street just standing there. I over heard a client say it had been a week since he's taken his medicine because he kept forgetting and he keeps seeing things. When addressed with the staff, they deny their clients would do that. I've addressed it with the owner, and rarely do I receive a call back. They even explained these behaviors are expected of mentally disabled people and that I have to accept that and move on. I have worked in the field and have to disagree. Some of the behaviors are expected, but those who are helping them, are suppose to help with those behaviors - they can be worked on and changed. If for some reason the behaviors are so difficult they can't help, they need to be reevaluated to go to a more restricted environment. This process seems to be neglected. And the only people suffering and being taken advantage of are those who are living there.