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Review for Tri Lakes Cares, Monument, CO, USA

Rating: 1 stars  

I choose to leave my name anonymous just because I don't think it's important. I believe was important is the message it's self. I'm a client at tri-Lakes and have been for over a year and I just wanted to write a quick review about something I witnessed today and a few other days. I tend to visit the pantry on Thursday and I don't always see these two individuals who I believe are sisters but when I do see them I noticed that a few of the staff members tends to be very nasty to them and I feel it's because there are women of color no I typically wouldn't say something like that but I don't notice he thinks staff members talking to others people that way who happened to be Caucasian women like myself .and I think it's horrible how they're treated and that someone hasn't stepped in to stop the few staff members who tends to speak to these two individuals very nasty now I must say I've never noticed either one of them be rude to anyone however it seems like the staff is rude to them at least when I have been there. Again I typically wouldn't do this but I have noticed it multiple times and I just think the public needs to be aware of what I've seen and I believe many others have seen and afraid to speak up on because I've had this conversation with another client a few weeks ago about the issue now again I only say this because the clients are predominantly Caucasian actually I think I've only seen these two Women of color coming to the pantry. so I hope this review gets out and make people aware that this is not OK and we must treat everyone equal because were all the same. Please forgive me if I've missed spelled any words I'm not that creative spelling or writing things like this

Role:  Client Served

Thank you for your comments and concern. We strive to be respectful of everyone who comes to Tri-Lakes Cares, treating them with the dignity they deserve. However, sometimes there are prior situations or previous interactions which occurred that are not general knowledge which may dictate what someone sees. If you see behavior that concerns you – whether it is a client, a volunteer or a staff member – please do not hesitate to let Kim, our Operations Manager, know. Please rest assured that as a client, you will not be penalized and denied services. Comments by clients, volunteers or staff members will remain anonymous.