The Center assists women in the criminal justice system in making a successful transition to their families and communities through practicing and promoting restorative justice.
Restorative justice is the process of recognizing the impact of our words and actions on others, repairing harm and taking responsibility for our actions and improving our behavior as members of our community.
When we act restoratively, we are respectful, responsible and open to learning.
Clients participate in reparative activities including community service, family strengthening and self improvement.
Staff, board and volunteers utilize restorative practices in our work including decision making and communication.