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(32.737507,-117.16379)
 

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Mission Statement

The Big Sister League of San Diego, Inc. assists women and girls in San Diego County by providing supervised transitional housing, volunteer mentor relationships, and support services. The League's programs are designed to encourage confidence, self-esteem, and independence.

Description

The Big Sister League of San Diego, Inc. was established in 1942 to serve women and children in San Diego.

Our Housing Program, with two locations near downtown San Diego, provides transitional housing for mentally ill, homeless and/or abused women. League of San Diego supports two separate programs:

The Big and Little Sister Mentor Program, adult women provide friendship and guidance to help a young girl recognize her talents and use them to reach her full potential.

The Big Sister League Housing Program, with two locations near downtown San Diego, provides transitional housing for mentally ill, homeless and/or abused women.

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Would you recommend Big Sister League of San Diego?

by kathy M. (2015-07-04 02:55:33.0)
Don't bother. The vision from 1942 is GONE. The so-called Executive Director is extremely confrontational, biased, chip on the shoulder individual.That is more than obvious by the staff turnover rate which is ridiculous. Then again, who could work for slightly above mininum wage under the electric eye, in your face ED. The ED is abrasive, confrontational, makes up the rules as IT deems fit, and has the sorriest managerial style I have ever witnessed, and I worked in the construction industry for 30 years. There is no reason on earth to be called "chil'" by ANYONE. She is demeaning and self absorbed , and should not be tolerated by any resident. Beware before thinking of this place. BEDBUGS, ROACHES AND RATS in the house. Receptacles that literally "pop." Scary stuff. The scariest thing is that residents are too afraid to speak up. This place lost its vision and has more rules and made as you go rules than most medium-type prisons. The self-proclaimed ED is inept & cruel. Neg *s.
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