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Emotional Support Group Meetings 2020 (Phone only)

2020 ACSOL Conference – Postponed to Oct 10-11

Meetings / Events

ACSOL Meeting November 16 in West Sacramento

Please mark your calendars for ACSOL’s upcoming meeting:

Saturday, November 16
10 a.m.
1275 Starboard Drive
West Sacramento, CA

Registrants, friends and family and interested service providers are invited to attend these free meetings. There will be no law enforcement or media present in order to protect everyone’s privacy.

The meetings start at 10 am and last about 2-3 hours. Topics of conversation include information about ACSOL’s advocacy as well as current topics and pending legal action.

Please Show up, Stand up, and Speak up!

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  1. c

    Why is treatment costs so high?! Over here in Sacramento we have to pay $100 every week for treatment and there is no telling how long that is. It’s all so corrupt, its supposed to “treat” us but its making us more miserable. Every dollar earned from the blood,sweat, and tears is going back to the government. It feels like were imprisoned again, It is really hard to get by especially having a minimum wage job. This is really ridiculous!!!!

    • Will Allen

      Treatment costs are likely so high because they have clients who are forced to purchase their products and I’m sure they try very hard to limit the number of suppliers. It is a racket and criminal enterprise. Just like so much of the medical and prison industries are. Everyone trying to scab a dollar.

      I don’t get why you think the dollars are going back to the government though? I expect that by far most of the dollars are going to line the pockets of overpaid and overcompensated “doctors”. I’d be surprised if they aren’t using part of those dollars to line the pockets of lobbyists and politicians who are trying to give them more clients though. I still would call that “the government” though. Just people who work in it.

      Maybe good treatment should make you miserable? Is it good? You might as well treat them like they owe you some good treatment since you are paying them so well. So hold them to account for something good.

      Personally, the “treatment” that I was forced to pay for was very harmful. It really, really made me want to hurt people. I’m not sure if that was a goal or not.

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