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Overall Rating 3.6 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • ★★★★★ 2 years ago

    Be careful this is not a "YMCA" fitness facility. Walked here from a nearby hotel expecting to be able to work out, the security guys on staff just gave me a weird look and didn't offer any advice. I eventually found my way to Wabash Ave YMCA... which by far is the worst managed YMCA I've ever visited. Found out later the national HQ for YMCA USA is in Chicago. I have to wonder how all the YMCA's I've visited I've loved but in Chicago where the HQ is, they... need some love.

  • ★★★★★ 4 years ago

    Good atmosphere,

  • ★★★★★ 6 years ago

    Take the good with the bad. First of all, I can confidently say as a resident that the Lawson House YMCA has none of the regular Y amenities. It's only residential, only barebones at that. Pros: All your basics, especially compared to other down-and-outs in one's peer group. Depending on income, they take care of your medical, dental, and psych care, donations like GCFD, plenty to do in the area as well as the Red Line train or #66 bus right up against the building. No utilities, low-cost phone and internet available, programs for getting back on one's feet provided by awesome caseworkers, and all in all, a million times better than being on the street. CONS: Ohhhh the cons! Curfew for guests!!! Violation of 10pm curfew = banned visitor! What grown person wants to be told they can only have a boyfriend/girlfriend over practically "until the streetlighs come on"??!! Sucks really bad!! CRAZY neighbors (like random screaming or construction any time of day or night), FULL of bedbugs and roaches, community bathrooms, funny smells in the hallways, RUDE RUDE RUDE SECURITY! Security is such a joke! Yeah, some actually do their jobs, but some of them HARASS residents for NO reason! Housekeeping is a joke, too - just an excuse to spy on people, not to actually clean the room. One key piece of advice: if you live here, either get out fast or stay in your whole life. Do not pass go, do not speak to the loud/violent/obnoxious drunks/junkies who hang out in front of the place and the adjoining liquor store (who puts a booze hole next to a place with the formerly homeless???). It's one big crash pad all in all, so either enjoy the free stuff or get a new place (just buy all new things when you move)

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