The Restorative Justice Institute of Atlanta, LLC
"Are You Ready
Principles and Practices?"
(In-person training - Atlanta, GA)
Certificate of Completion as a Restorative Practitioner
Special rate $125 per session (limited offer)
Regular rate $200 per session
Session information on the Service page - Register on the Contact page
Camp Lucy 2023, Drippings Spring, Texas
Do You Need a Restorative Circle?
The core of the RJIA foundation is strengthening foundations and renewing relationships. The Restorative Justice Institute of Atlanta, LLC (RJIA) establishment began in 2004 and was incorporated in 2014. RJIA supports restorative principles and practices and offers our services to any area with challenges or a need for sustaining relationships and connections.
Why Choose Us?
Restorative justice is a philosophy and a social movement. We honor Native Americans for sharing their ways of doing justice and building relationships. We value our authenticity, practicing the principles under the guidance of the pioneers' beliefs in connections, community building, and healing.
Janice Jerome and Kay Pranis
Our Awards, Memberships, and Supports
RJIA is an active organizational member of the National Association of Community and Restorative Justice (NACRJ).
RJIA’s director is the recipient of the 2015 National Association of Community and Restorative Justice’s Leadership in Community and Restorative Justice award.
RJIA's director is a co-author and contributor of the book "Colorizing Restorative Justice: Voicing Our Realities.” The book is the recipient of the 2021 Benjamin Franklin Silver award from the Independent Book Publishing Association.
RJIA is a recipient of the Living Justice Press Silicone Valley grant. The grant covers the forum “The Restorative Tree: What if White America researched African American Family History?”
RJIA was awarded a mini-grant for 2017 Spaces in the Rainbow—a free restorative workshop for youth ages 10 to 17. The workshop addresses violence in the home, school, and community.
RJIA supports its sister company "Impacting Racisms Restoratively."
RJIA's director is featured on the website “Living Justice Press.”