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About the Business:
Veterans Multi-Service Center is a Veterans organization located at 213-217 N 4th St, Center City East, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106, US.
The business is listed under veterans organization, homeless service, learning center, non-profit organization, social services organization, veterans center category. It has received 22 reviews with an average rating of 3.4 stars.
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- 8 months ago
- RONALD E STUKES
- 1 year ago
- Curtis Toloy
- 2 years ago
Here are some reviews from our users.
"They helped me alot but columbus property screwed me over charged me .5 % rent even though i was under income guidelines.now im retired and they are trying to stick it too me. Looks like ill be out on the street s again"
"Hello,my name is Sylvester Robinson Honerble Veteran, Little over a year 1/2 ago on veterans day I woke up to a tragic house fire that killed my pet and everything was lost,reach out to the military veterans multipurpose center,thay were gracious enough to put me up in the extended stay hotel,where I had time to heel my burn wounds up,veterans multipurpose center interduced me to these scammers that works in there building Steven Wilson and his supervisor Nate,along with there other scammer a mail nurse name Mr bell,who has illegal properties, well"
"They sure do know how to make a Dem city become Red. The VSO there prejudge people & discourage vets to not file claims missing out on their deserved benefits. stop taking city & fed funds if you're not supporting free socialism resources to handout to people."
"I'm a veteran from NC who was introduced to the multi purpose center in and in those years this place has done more for me and other veterans than any VA facility I have ever had contact with to make a long story short The Multi Purpose Center is a God sent for Veterans."
"I had an appointment to speak with a Veteran's benefits counselor. Unbeknownst to me there was a protest occuring in the same area at my appointment time. I attempted to contact my counselor several times to inform him I was going to be a few minutes late due to large crowds and barriers closing roads. His phone was already forwarded to voicemail for the day. I had spoken to him that morning, that would have been the ideal time for him to inform me of the events occurring on the same block as his office that day. I will not be returning to this organization. I would much rather work with an organization that can manage to maintain something a simple as communication with the Veterans they claim to represent."