Emotional Support Group is now available in Sacramento most Thursdays!

You don’t have to be stranded on an island! Help is on the way!

Do you feel like you are alone and no one else knows what you are going through, and too afraid to ask? Well, that day has passed…

This Emotional Support Group is for those dealing with the stigma of a sex offense and their loved ones. This is based on a 12 step meeting format that allows people to discuss the emotional toil and challenges of life on the registry.

When: Most Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:00 pm

Before you attend, please email us at SOSgroup4U@gmail.com to find if we are meeting that week.

Who: Registered Citizens, Families and Friends.

Christ Community Church
Evers Room #13
5025 Manzanita Ave.
Carmichael, CA (an eastern suburb of greater Sacramento)

Media, Law Enforcement, parole, etc are not allowed to attend.

There is no cost to attend & no reservations are required.

For more information, please email us at SOSgroup4U@gmail.com

Read about all the different Emotional Support Group meetings ACSOL offers


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I have been working for the past 6 years to start this support group in the Sacramento area. I know what the family members go through when they find a loved one committed an offense that lands them on the registry. I am partnering with a friend who is on the registry, so we can offer the support to both the registrant as well as their family members.
We hope to see you at one of our meetings.

This is an achieved goal, it may be a challenge for bay area and other NorCal area folks, but Thank You
Thought As Week AND The Christ Community Curch of east-east sacramento (Carmichael)!
We hope many can attend and participate, congratulations!

I so look forward to this!