I Am Looking for a Drug Rehab Center That Will Accept a Convicted Sex Offender.?

Question by phil j: I am looking for a drug rehab center that will accept a convicted sex offender.?
I have a brother that needs help with drug addiction. He is currently incarcerated and I need to help him if I can. We live in Missouri and I have tried several centers but with a sexual offense they won’t accept him. He accepted a plea bargain for jail time. He claims he didn’t do it but they scared him. I am desperate and would really like to help him find somewhere that is a free program or one he can work while he gets help.

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Answer by Jack Ling Winter Springs High School
Try my house… (wink wink)!
Winter Springs, Florida

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