Fearless Support Group Meetings

We have a support group (FEARLESS)  for friends and families of Citizens on the Registry that meets in Phoenix once a month. Registrants may attend if they have been given permission by their parole/probation officer. At the support group, we discuss advocacy and legislation updates, listen to a speaker who discusses a relevant topic, and we talk in a safe environment about our struggles and victories. In order to keep the meetings safe and confidential, please contact us for further details of time, place, etc.

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2 comments on “Fearless Support Group Meetings
  1. Michael Lawler says:

    Please provide enough information about the next support group meeting for me to include it on an Activity Request for consideration by my group (Family Transitions/Maintenance Level) and my Probation Officer. If needed, I will answer necessary questions pertaining to the Activity Request, though you may already be familiar with the info. needed.
    I attended approximately 15 years of SOTP while incarcerated and have attended Family Transitions programming since my release in 2013. I was advanced to their Maintenance program about a year ago, and my wife is a preparing for her final Chaperone classification presentation. I am well aware of the challenges we and our families face, while, more importantly, ever mindful of the lifetime of struggles and trauma faced by those innocent individuals we have victimized.
    I look forward to involvement, and I appreciate your having reached out in such a professional manner.

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