Restorative Justice in the Community
Resolve provides evidence-based restorative justice services to increase offender accountability, empower victims, decrease recidivism and restore community.
- Victim Assistance/Youth Accountability (VAYA) supports victims of juvenile crime, encourages accountability in offenders, and facilitates dialogue between impacted parties.
- Theft Impact is a diversion program to support youth who have been charged with a misdemeanor theft offense to take responsibility for their actions while avoiding formal charges.
- Detention Center Program builds the capacity of incarcerated youth by teaching communication and conflict resolution skills and offering mediation with family members.
- Juvenile Firesetter Intervention Program works with juvenile firesetters to develop empathy, encourage accountability, and reduce recidivism.
- Youth Shoplifter Theft Education Program (Y-STEP) provides youth shoplifters from the Ashland Food Cooperative an opportunity to learn from their actions and make things right, and be restored back into their community.
- Restorative Justice Implementation is a systems change approach for integrating restorative justice principles and practices into community organizations, institutions, and municipalities. Resolve can provide consultation, training, and support from an onsite Restorative Justice Specialist.