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Pikes Peak Restorative Justice Council information provided by: Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments

The Mission of the PPRJC: Education, support and promotion of RJ principles and practices to repair harms and restore relationships in the Pikes Peak region.

Restorative Justice is appropriate in any instance when an offense has been committed and the offender feels remorseful and is willing to repair the harm. It can be utilized in courts, schools, businesses; faith based communities, prisons, or neighborhoods-wherever offenses occur. It has proven effective in reducing recidivism and school suspensions and expulsions.

Alias:
Mediation

Hours:
Varies

Area(s) Served:
Pikes Peak Region

Target Group:
13-17, 18-21, 22-64, 65+. Service to all people.

Funds:
N/A

Fees:
Varies on Service. The PPRJC holds workshops and seminars to fund the support for families and individuals who are referred to the organization. However, we partner with Restorative Justice Practices to facilitate RJ conferences who do charge a Fee-for-Service which is based on their criteria and sliding scale.

Application Process:
Varies on service

Eligibility Requirements:
Call for service or assistance.

State Certification and/or License Number:
84-1339670

Application Wait:
Varies

Service Wait:
Varies

Acronym:
PPRJC

Payment/Insurance Accepted:
Cash/Credit Card sliding scale fees

ADA Access:
N/A

Transportation:
N/A

Record last updated: Feb 1 2019 11:50AM
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Addresses

  • Mailing Address:
    PPRJC Board
    PO Box 271
    Colorado Springs, CO 80901

Phone Numbers

  • General Message
    (719) 640-1650
    Mornings

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