Restorative Justice Facilitator Training

A image representing the Restorative Justice Facilitator Training with a drop of water making ripples and a group of people sitting in a circle in a room

Restorative Justice (RJ) is a trauma-informed practice used to strengthen communities, repair harm, and restore relationships when wrongdoings occur. Restorative justice uses a holistic approach that includes family and community, addresses causes of behavior, and meets victims’ needs while promoting a high level of accountability and growth for the person that caused harm. This 4-session training prepares participants to identify and respond to the needs of all affected, facilitate community building and restorative interventions, and integrate restorative justice practices into daily interactions and organizational cultures.

This training will primarily use examples and role-plays of restorative justice with youth, though the principles and processes can be applied to populations of any age in a variety of different settings.

See the training flyer for more information.

In-person Training

Dates & Times

Week One:
Session 1: April 5
Session 2: April 6

Week Two:
Session 3: April 12
Session 4: April 13


Please call Resolve for more information about payment plans and limited scholarship for BIPOC individuals.


Medford, OR

This is a highly interactive training. Participants must be present and available to actively participate in each session for all 4 sessions to receive a certificate of completion.

Registration is now closed. Class is full.