Emotional Support Group Meetings

Emotional support meetings provide individuals required to register, their family members, and their friends, an opportunity to discuss personal challenges and share their experiences, strengths and hopes.

They are not the same as monthly ACSOL phone conference meetings. The support meetings do not discuss legal issues, bills, and laws.

They are based upon the format of 12 Step meetings. Media, law enforcement, parole, etc. are not allowed to attend meetings. There is no cost to attend.

The meetings are currently online using Zoom or phone. This may change over time depending on the course of the pandemic.

There are Emotional Support Group meetings on Thursdays and two Saturdays per month.

If you want to attend the meetings, you must first talk with the leaders of the meetings to ensure we don’t get inappropriate callers, and to protect the group’s confidentiality. To talk with the leaders, please email your name, phone, and the best times to call you to one or both of the following emails:

For the Saturday meetings, email emotionalsupportgroup@all4consolaws.org

For the Thursday meetings, email SOSgroup4u@all4consolaws.org

After the leader talks to you and approves you, you will be informed of the schedule and how to connect.


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I need help fighting a crime I did not do. I am appealing my case. I need an attorney who will represent me.

My son is being wrongfully accused of rape. I could use any support possible. We are scared.

Are there any such support groups in NY
Thank You

I was on the February 20th telephone meeting and heard and tried to write down an email to contact to get access to a support group. It was something like: emotionalsupport@allfor???? I would benefit from this group I am sure. Thanks

Convicted in 2006. Paroled in 2018. Still on parole. Lifelong registry. Really struggling to not be buried by depression and setbacks. Getting and keeping jobs is nigh impossible. Perseverance “in spite of” is losing steam.

Does anyone know where the conference will be held? Thank you.

Good Morning,

My husband was arrested for online solicitation of a minor back in 2015 in Harris County Texas – we have since been going to marriage therapy and we have overcome a lot of obstacles – he had no idea that the person was a child since the online website stated that you needed to be over 18 to join in anyways- his intentions was never to be with a child and he has since passed two polygraphs – he was recently kicked out of the treatment sex group because the therapist said he was toxic since he will not admit to having interest in children … he now has individual sessions – he has completed 2.5 years of probation and is registered – can we do anything to get off probation or the registry ?

I am a recent parolee who has fulfilled his legal obligations as a sex offender Texas Board of pardons and parol after 10 years of not being in sex offenders data bases and no new sex charge I am back on sex offender case load with living restrictions is this legal?