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Overall Rating 4.6 / 5.0 ★★★★★

  • Keith Diehl
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    Great place and mission! It was wonderful to meet Tom and several of the artists!

  • Yaphet Woubishet
    ★★★★★ a month ago

    Was so much fun. Should probably do it everyday hehe

  • R Murphy
    ★★★★★ 7 months ago

    I am a caregiver for my brother who has a mental disability. I've been looking for a good, safe program to plug him into since Townehouse changed their business model. I suggested Creative Growth because he is extremely artistic. He was very excited, so I called Creative Growth and spoke to Cristina. She was very responsive and set up a tour and interview in October 2016. After the interview, she told my brother that he was a good candidate, but would need to come on a trial basis for a period of time. She also told him that she would figure out which day of the week he should come. She gave him a number of forms to fill out and told him to get a current TB test. He was eager to get all of this done, so shortly after the interview I took him to Kaiser to get everything done. It is February 2017, and I have emailed/called Cristina repeatedly-- borderline groveling and begging. I am extremely disappointed that an organization serving the disabled would treat a disabled person in this manner. Over the years, I have been in touch with numerous organizations that serve the disabled and have never experienced this level of disregard and insensitivity toward a potential enrollee. Every encounter I've had in the past with Bay Area organizations that serve the disabled has been positive. They are generally ran by human beings who are down-to-earth and compassionate-- people who are aware of the sensitivity of disabled people, understand their isolation, and know what NOT to do. In the meantime, my brother is still asking me if I've heard back from Creative Growth. Creative Growth, you are such a great disappointment.

  • Charles Briseno
    ★★★★★ 4 months ago

    Great organization. Beautiful work

  • Elisa Reid
    ★★★★★ 2 months ago

    This is an enchanting place to visit.




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