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Are you looking for a trusted restorative practice provider? Whatever business you have, we can provide the services that suit your needs. Call us today to request a free estimate. You can also manually book an appointment by filling out the form on this page.

Frequently Asked Questions 

What is restorative justice?

Restorative justice seeks to address harm in the hope better relationships are built between victims and offenders and restorative. At the same time, it allows those who have been harm to meet with their offender. Restorative provides a voice for victims and requires the offender to take accountability for their harm and make amends to the victim and community.

What are restorative Circles?

Restorative circles are a practice used with restorative principles that bring people together in a circle to strengthen bonds, address challenges and build community.

How are restorative circles used?

Restorative circles are used in various practices such as education, the justice system, organizations, businesses, communities, families, faith communities, and more.

How is restorative justice different from the criminal justice system?

When there is a crime, offense, or wrongdoing, restorative focuses on repairing the relationship by addressing the victim's needs. In contrast, the criminal justice system focuses on punishment for offenders when there is a crime or wrongdoing.

How does one become a restorative practitioner?

Contact RJIA is your first step to training, addressing issues, and building relationships.

How do I know if restorative justice is right for me, my organization, community, or business?

If there are challenges, conflicts, or a need to work on relationships, contact us today and discuss services that fit your needs.

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Janice Jerome, MPA, Director


The Restorative Justice Institute of Atlanta, LLC



706 688 9950

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