Thank you for your interest in our training!
We have finally confirmed dates!
Tuesday April 20 - 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Tuesday April 27 - 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Tuesday May 4 - 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Due to overwhelming response, we have decided to focus our April training for people who identify as Black, Indigenous, or Person of Color (BIPOC) and are interested in becoming a volunteer Restorative Justice Facilitator for the deflection/diversion program in partnership with the Washtenaw County Prosecutor's Office.
We will have another training open to everyone in the fall so, if you're not chosen for April, we will keep you on the list for the next training and notify you as we get closer to the date. This training is for ages 18+.
***This training is full. Please check back in August for updates for the fall training.***
Restorative or healing circles are a traditional indigenous tribal and community approach to problem solving that focuses on accountability, repairing harm, healing and restoring relationships between parties from crime or wrongdoing.
All people in the circle work together to reach a resolution through a collective & collaborative process that allows for dialogue, understanding, and hopefully reconciliation and resolution.
Because people are able to feel heard and gain understanding of one another, the restorative justice process allows for a more compassionate way to address harm and offer healing for all involved.
In this training, you will learn and practice executing the components of the restorative justice process to address wrongdoing or crime.
This training is graciously and generously sponsored by an anonymous donor.
WHEN: Virtual - Online in Zoom
WHERE: Virtual - Online in Zoom