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Counseling Connections

In our commitment to aid in the healing and reintegration process for families impacted by a sex offense, our ministry partners with a network of counseling services across the country. These services are tailored to address the complex emotional and psychological challenges faced by both the individual returning from prison and the family members welcoming them back. Recognizing the profound issues such as trust, safety, and parenting concerns that can arise from this situation, our partnered counseling services provide a supportive and confidential environment for all involved. The path to reacclimation is unique for each family, and it is a journey that often requires time, patience, and professional guidance. We believe in the power of counseling to facilitate this delicate transition, offering a foundation for healing and the rebuilding of family bonds.


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Advocacy Partners
Check out the links below to see who is working hard to bring about positive policy changes for the registrant community.

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    NARSOL opposes dehumanizing registries by working to eliminate the laws, policies, and practices that propagate them.

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    The Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL) is dedicated to protecting the Constitution by restoring the civil rights of people listed on the public registries and their families.  In order to achieve that objective, ACSOL will educate and litigate as well as support or oppose legislation.

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    The vision of this organization is to abolish the multiple Registries across this nation. Women Against Registry also seeks to restore Life, Health and Freedom to all individuals who have been injured by the requirements of registration, especially innocent family members. We foresee a day when the suffocating stigma surrounding registration will be removed in favor of proper sentencing coupled with appropriate treatment; a day when the indefinite detention of civil commitment is replaced with compassionate programs designed to heal and restore. We hope for a day when virtually all who have offended against the laws of the land will be given the opportunity to rebuild a decent, honest life with the prospect of rehabilitation, reintegration, and redemption.