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What are Restorative Practices?

Restorative practices foster an attitude of cooperation rather than combat and allow all members of the community to be heard in a safe and respectful environment.

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This is accomplished by teaching simple techniques that address conflict and tension while avoiding endless cycles of anger, retribution, and recurrence. In addition to a focus on prevention, restorative practices also provide productive strategies for addressing harm once it has occurred.

RJP are a set of proven techniques whose explicit practice in school communities is itself a Social-and-Emotional curriculum strategy. The techniques effectively support the behavioral, social and mental health of our currently stressed communities. The trainings and implementation design processes are interactive, highly practical, simple and often fun.


I came to the training for work, I'm leaving thinking of how much I need to do this at home.

Restorative Justice R.I.


Sargent Center’s RRC

as an affiliate member

The Sargent Center is proud to

Welcome Restorative Justice Practices R.I. to incorporate their expertise with Restorative Justice Practices (RJP) here at the RRC.

For Schools

Schedule a meeting or presentation to learn more about how Restorative Justice Practices can be included in your school’s portfolio of supports that directly promotes Social Emotional Learning and Positive Behavioral Health.

For Parents & Families

Contact RJP to receive information to share in your child’s Social Emotional Learning and Positive Behavioral Health practices in school, at home and in the community.

For more information, contact:

Restorative Justice Practices R.I. at: or


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