CA: Adult Re-Entry Annual Resource Fair Oct 20, 2022 near Sacramento

Sacramento County Office of Education (
Sacramento Community Based Coalition

Date and time: Thursday, October 20, 2022, 10:00 am to noon

Former Mather Air Base, east of Sacramento, near Rancho Cordova

Sacramento Community Based Coalition
10170 Missile Way
Mather, CV 95655

Free lunch served


  • Employment
  • Education
  • Housing
  • Healthcare
  • Substance Use Treatment
  • Support Services

Must be 18 or older

For questions contact:
The Sacramento Community Based Coalition at 916-228-3377
Agent Moore at KimberlyR.Moore@cdcr,ca,gov

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Can I be the first to say that the housing assistance is a total sham for sex offenders in states with residency restrictions? We are dropped off under bridges, forced into tent cities, and have to live in motels (if we can afford it.) The response to “sex offender” homelessness is that we deserve whatever we get. Until this mentality changes in the country, these are nothing but half measures and handouts and not real opportunity for reintegration. This might seem negative to the “positivity” folks out there, but it is current reality for many.

You know what? Screw this society. Let’s make out our own towns with exclusive sex offender ordinances. We should just make a bunch of towns and cities with signs that say “sex offenders only” and construct along the sides of it a wall with armed guards. That way nobody will get in. Sure you could argue it’s more advantageous to blend in rather than make yourselves stick out but at least we’d have freedom that way.

Last edited 1 year ago by jack