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Every month, Janice Bellucci, an attorney and the organization's president, hosts a meeting — part support group, part information session — for registered sex offenders and their relatives and loved ones. Advanced Search.
How to Respond. Lindsay was There are a handful of registered sex offenders - all men, all middle-aged and older. Sexual abuse and assault can be difficult topics to discuss. And today in California, thousands are struggling.
Employment, stable housing and good social support are the most important factors that help sex offenders reintegrate into the community, Levenson says. Call your local police or contact the national sexual assault hotline at HOPE free, confidential, anonymous.
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Registered sex offenders believe the system is broken. The California Sex Offender Management Board estimates that there are more than 6, homeless registrants in the state, living on the streets, sleeping under bridges — at rock bottom, and impossible to track. They sit in folding chairs arranged in a circle in a tiny one-room church in Sacramento.