Restorative Justice

EVRJP volunteers and staff​Estes Valley Restorative Justice Partnership

Relationships form the heart of community.
 
When those relationships are based on respect and understanding, everyone benefits. 
 
Estes Valley Restorative Justice Partnership (EVRJP) helps build and repair relationships -- whether working to repair the harm of a crime, bringing parties together to work out sustainable solutions, or providing proactive support to build community connections and promote positive decision-making.
 
EVRJP is restoring community one relationship at a time.  

October is Conflict Resolution Month 

October is Conflict Resolution Month. To better equip citizens in resolving conflict, Melissa Westover, Executive Director and Manager of Estes Valley Restorative Justice Partnership (EVRJP), will address different aspects of conflict and give helpful ideas and resources regarding conflict management through weekly articles during October. EVRJP offers two program to assist citizens of the Estes Valley in conflict resolution. Restorative Community Mediation is a structured process that assists parties in resolving conflict and Facilitated Conversations helps groups and individuals address potential problems or resolve issues affecting an organization or group of individuals. For more information regarding these programs, visit the Conflict Resolution Services section below or contact Melissa at mwestover@estes.org or 970-577-3829.

2018 Conflict Resolution Series

Article #1: Civil Discourse: Are We Beyond Hope? (Part 1) 

Article #2: Civil Discourse: Are We Beyond Hope? (Part 2)

Article #3: Civil Discourse: Are We Beyond Hope? (Part 3)      

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