Restorative Justice Services & Processes
Restorative Justice Practices & Processes
Restorative Justice asks us to understand that we are all in a web of relationships. The philosophy of Restorative work comes from Indigenous/first nation and African communities. Restorative work looks at breaking cycles of harm. This way of looking at harm seeks to see everyone made whole and holding those who caused harm meaningfully accountable. Punishment and/or corrective action seeks to provide an instant consequence but does not change behavior. If you want a way to have lasting meaningful accountability, and a way to be in process for healing harm, Restorative Dialogues are just one of the practices of Restorative Justice work. 3 hours is the base timeframe for a process and further processes may be necessary. 50% is due upfront.
3 hours | Prices vary
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