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Overall Rating 3.7 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • ★★★★★ 3 months ago

    ? not much to say but they do what they can for kids

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  • ★★★★★ 2 years ago

    i hate it they ruined my life

  • ★★★★★ 5 years ago

    I would STRONGLY discourage anybody from dealing with New Alternatives for Children. We took a class, provided by NAC, on being Foster Parents. The course lasted 8 weeks. It cost me 5 vacation days. In the end, it was a waste. They then said we had to be evaluated by their Psychiatrist. I had been seeing a Psychiatrist for 15 YEARS, and he gave me glowing recommendations. This was the first time I was being seen by their doctor. The interview lasted a little over an hour. The doctor did not have our records in front of him (which would have disclosed my whole background). Any other doctor I've gone to would have the chart in front of them reading it as they ask questions. The psychiatrist prepared his report, and because I had prior psychiatric "issues", he recommended against allowing us to be Foster parents. We asked for a copy of the report. The Social Worker at NAC told us, "it was not their policy to give out records." We insisted on getting them. Three months later, after having to contact NYC ACS, we got them. When we got them, I was alarmed at the number of glaring errors in the report. Whatever he wrote down was not what I told him. I immediately wrote an 8 page scathing rebuttal pointing out the mistakes. What's sad is, NAC's decision was based on that report. DON'T GO TO NAC IF YOU CAN AVOID THEM.

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