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Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery

Cause Area

  • Children & Youth
  • Crisis Support
  • Emergency & Safety
  • Homeless & Housing
  • Hunger

Location

4544 4th Avenue S.Minneapolis, MN 55419 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

The mission of the Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery is to end child abuse and neglect and create strong and healthy families.

Description

The Crisis Nursery provides voluntary, parent-initiated overnight residential care for children newborn through age six. Children can stay at the Crisis Nursery for up to 72-hours while their parent/guardian(s) work to alleviate their crisis. Additional services offered include counseling, parent education, and advocacy services.

Reviews

Would you recommend Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery?
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by Sue N. (August 28, 2012)
I love the work the Crisis Nursery is doing with our community's most vulnerable children. And the staff is outstanding! They always thank me every time I am able to help with the kids or other volunteer tasks. They make you feel like you are the most important person to the Nursery. I love spending time with the children and sharing hugs and play time with them. I feel like I really make a difference to the children and its a great feeling.
by Holly A. from Greensboro, NC (August 11, 2012)
Very disappointed with the way I've been treated by this organization. I originally applied to be a child care volunteer here, got a call to set up an interview only to be told I couldn't because of some physical limitations I have. The person I talked to on the phone immediately shut down as soon as I mentioned not being able to lift 40+ pounds but couldn't tell me specifically why I would need to be able to lift. The only answer she gave is that I needed to be able to "assist the child care staff." I still don't know why I can't, her answer was way too vague. She mentioned I could possibly volunteer as an enrichment activity volunteer, which I contacted the nursery about doing but never heard back. The first response I got seriously questioned my abilities and made it seem like I wasn't worthy of volunteering there. Seems very unprofessional, especially when someone's offering free help.

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