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Monthly Meetings
Q4: [details]

Other Events
ACSOL Conference: June 15/16, 2018 in Los Angeles [details]

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ACSOL Monthly Meetings Q2 2017

ACSOL holds monthly meetings in various locations on a monthly basis throughout most of the year. Meetings are held on Saturdays – starting at 10 am and lasting about 2 hours.

Meetings are open and free to registrants, family members and those who support them. Government officials, the media and all others are not allowed to attend the meetings. Meetings will focus on general issues facing registrants and families, as well as current topics at the time of meeting.

Meeting details for Second Quarter of 2017 are:

May 13 – San Diego
350 Cedar Street
Lecture Hall #2
San Diego, CA 92101

June 16 and June 17 – Los Angeles
Join us for the inaugural ACSOL Conference “We Are All in This Together”
SIGN UP

Coming Up:

July 15
Finnish Hall (upstairs meeting room)
1970 Chestnut Street
Berkeley

Join the discussion

  1. janice bellucci

    This will be an important meeting and everyone in and near Sacramento are encouraged to attend to learn about pending legislation such as the Tiered Registry Bill and both domestic and international travel.

  2. Rick H

    Thank you to Janice, Pam, Roger and all others that were instrumental in putting today’s meeting in Sacramento together. I came away from the meeting feeling hopeful and empowered. Although I can not make it on April 18th. Ihave the25th on my calendar!

  3. Human Being

    I just wanted to thank Janice Belucci and all the staff and Volunteers, it is interesting how people can call you dumb nerd crazy ahhh it’s ok But when you are labeled a “sex offender” everyone knows and wants to stay away from you, I thank God almighty that I am not alone in this battle.

    • Harry

      Remember, Human Being, God is also with you, along with Janice and team in this battle.

  4. Double A

    I would like to attend the conference in Los Angeles. I can only afford to attend one day. Is it still possible to sign up? If it is still possible to sign up I would like to attend the day when employment issues are discussed.

    Can I still sign up? And which day will employment issues be discussed?

    Thank you in advance.

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