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Byline: Lauren Gregory
Aug. 8--Victim advocates in Chattanooga increasingly are concerned with a sex offender rehabilitation program housed downtown next door to an agency providing rape crisis services.
"Some of those people who go for treatment in that program could very well encounter a victim seeking treatment for their problems," said Dr. Charlotte Boatwright, president and chief executive officer of the Coalition Against Domestic and Community Violence of Greater Chattanooga. "It's just not an appropriate thing to have them so near."
Dr. Boatwright's organization operates in the Partnership for Families, Children and Adults building on East Eighth Street, adjacent to the All Saints Academy building owned by Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church.
The All Saints building houses the …