S.O. Info

This is a new section for remerg.com and specifically for people convicted of a sex offense. We list several advocacy and informational organizations that are “gatekeepers” of information such as where you might find a job or housing.

If you know of a resource we could add to this section, please let us know.

Sex Offenses Help

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Advocates for Change

PO Box 103392, Denver CO 80250

Denver Metro, Southeast

Denver, Colorado Springs

Advocates for Change is a nonprofit advocacy group formed by families and loved ones of those charged and/or convicted of a sex offense. They believe that some of the best support comes from individuals and family members who have been through similar struggles. General meetings are held in Denver and Colorado Springs on a regular basis that offer informative speakers and a place to meet others who may have helpful information to offer. Meeting schedules and locations are posted on the website.

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Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA)

Statewide

The Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers is an international organization dedicated to making society safer by preventing sexual abuse. ATSA promotes sound research, effective evidence-based practice, informed public policy, and collaborative community strategies that lead to the effective assessment, treatment, and management of individuals who have sexually abused or are at risk to abuse.

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Coalition for Sexual Offense Restoration (CSOR)

PO Box 27051, Denver CO 80227

Statewide

CSOR provides information and support for people convicted of a sexual offense as well as their family members. CSOR provides a wide range of services, from mentoring and support of individuals and families, re-entry help with specific needs such as food, clothing, and flip phones, public education and advocacy, referrals to other agencies, advocacy regarding parole and probation conditions and other situations such as hearings, and much more. CSOR may also be able to help with your search for housing through their contacts. Call or write for more information. You may also email founder Susan Walker at [email protected] Be sure to check out their website, too!

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CURE-SORT

Statewide

Referred to as CURE-SORT, Sex Offenders Restored through Treatment (SORT) is a nonprofit issue chapter of Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants (National CURE). CURE-SORT works to provide information, resources, contacts, and support to individuals, families, defense attorneys, treatment providers, public media, legislators, law enforcement personnel, and other professionals who work with or are interested in issues of sexual abuse and its prevention.

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My Father’s House

PO Box 441491, Aurora CO 80044

Denver Metro

Denver

My Father's House is a shared home that will accept people with a sex offense conviction. The home is safe, decent, and affordable in a good neighborhood near public transportation. It is also fully furnished with everything you need. You may call Jim Blum at the number listed, email him at [email protected], or write to him at the address provided about admission to the home. The home cannot accept anyone who has a sexually violent predator conviction.

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National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws

Statewide

NARSOL opposes dehumanizing registries and works to eliminate discrimination, banishment, and vigilantism against persons accused or convicted of sexual offenses. Their website has many resources. Note: NARSOL will not provide legal assistance, legal advice or attorney recommendations. In the Resource section on the website, click on Publications for more information.

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Women Against Registry

Statewide

The vision of WAR is to abolish the sex offender 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.

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