Letter, Opinion

Celebrating 40 years of restorative justice

Dear Editor,

Rutland County Court Diversion and Restorative Justice Center (dba Rutland County Restorative Justice Center) is celebrating 40 years of service!

Since 1981, we have been continuously evolving to better serve our community by fostering partnerships, expanding programs, and actively pursuing best practices in restorative justice.

Our mission is to engage community members in responding to the needs of crime victims, the community, and those who violate the law, holding the latter accountable in a manner that promotes responsible and restorative behavior.

Each year we serve hundreds of youth and adults through restorative justice programming. Our programs focus on reducing recidivism, fostering accountability, repairing the harm caused by crime, skills development, connection to treatment, and education.

We strive to create a healthier and safer

The RCRJC Board of Directors would like to take this opportunity to thank our volunteers, donors, community partners, and dedicated staff. You have enabled and empowered us to make a lasting impact throughout Rutland County, and we look forward to continuing our work with you in the years to come.

To learn more about our programs, volunteer opportunities, or if you would like to donate to RCRJC, please visit rutlandrestorativejustice.org.


Merry Postemski, Board President Rutland County Restorative Justice Center, Rutland, Vermont

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