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The Restorative Justice Institute of Atlanta, LLC is dedicated to keep "justicemoving" by inspiring all to examine how to "say hard things in a good way." Janice Jerome 2015 National Leadership award recipient in Community Justice awarded by the National Association of Community Justice (NACRJ) Janice Jerome, MPA, RJP, Founder RJIA and former Assistant Director University of Texas at Austin, Steve Hicks School of Social Work, Institute for Restorative Justice and Restorative Dialogue (IRJRD)

*Restorative Consulting Services

available for individuals and

organizations!

Contacts us with questions

at

[email protected]

Attention: Court Systems,

Individuals and Legal Systems

Ask about our

Diversion Workshop

Theft Prevention and Impact Utilizing Restorative Justice Practices 

For those with

misdemeanor and felony offenses

related to theft.

"Journey to the Heart" 2019 Restorative Retreat


Restorative Practitioner Certification, 

Training and Consulting

REGISTER HERE

Mailing Addresses:

P. O. Box 1362 Pflugerville, Texas 78660 

P.O. Box 16462 Atlanta, Georgia 30321

P. O. Box 721713 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73172




*All funds received are non refundable.

Announcing "2020 Journey to the Heart" two retreats. One lead by Kay Pranis and the other led by Kris Miner Schweigert. More information to be announced later.

Atlanta's upcoming restorative training

Level I, Restorative Circle Workshop $100.00 per person

Level II, Advanced Restorative Circle Keeper/Facilitator  $125 per day per person

Level III, Certification Restorative Justice Facilitator / Coordinator  Cost $150 per day per person

Atlanta's training location:1221 Morrow Rd, Morrow GA 30260. Register on the contact page. All Atlanta's payment should be mailed to RJIA P O Box 16462 Atlanta, GA 30321.

Please click the button to register

Justice | School based | Community | Mental Health| Healing Circles | Business | Families & Youth

2019 Free Youth Summer Workshop

Spaces in the Rainbow - Restorative process.

This workshop sponsored by The Restorative Justice Institute of Atlanta, LLC and lead by restorative practitioners. The workshop is designed for youth (ages 10-17). The workshop focuses on youth who need a space for open communication with their parents/caregivers and for youth concerned about violence in their school, home or community. Participants meet three times per year in the summer.in the month of July. Send your questions on the Contact Page above.