Coalitions cover any collaborative group that serves multiple RJ programs or agencies in a given geographical area (states, state, counties, county). By definition, coalitions do not provide direct restorative services to people, as they operate at a higher, wider networking level.
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Community Justice Network of Vermont
P.O. Box 1539
ON THE WEB: https://www.cjnvt.org
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA SERVED: Vermont
Criminal Justice - Youth, Criminal Justice - Adult, Victim Supports and Services, Youth - Prevention Programming, Schools K-12, Prison and Re-entry, Community Justice / Community Building, Racial Reconciliation / Historical Harms, Policy and Legislation
Standards of RJ Practice
We support our members through education, outreach, legislative advocacy, data collection, program development, training and technical assistance - our work focuses on sharing and implementing best practices for restorative justice by providing opportunities for members to consult with and learn from one another.
The CJNVT fosters a mutually supportive relationship among its members to lead, educate, and collaborate so that restoraitve justice practices are consistently utilized and universally available.