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Repairing Harm. Preventing Crime.

Get in Touch and Make a Restorative Impact! 
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We engage with the community to repair and prevent harm and conflict through restorative circles and interactive teaching.
Restorative Response

Trained community members providing alternatives to the court system through restorative circles.

School Restorative Response

Teachers, students, and youth care workers creating a culture of restorative justice

Trained Mentors intentionally supporting Responsible Parties who are willing to work towards a healthy lifestyle

Our Programs

We believe in accountability and connection. We want to repair harm and establish a culture of restoration and reconciliation in our schools and communities.

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Through communication, accountability, and restitution, restorative justice repairs harm, resolves conflict, and restores relationships

Encourages students to build awareness, create healthy relationships, and overcome daily challenges.

Support a Responsible Party after the Restorative Circle dialogue to equip them for healthy living.

This half day training equips you to guide a Responsible Person and their supporters through the resolution process


We believe in accountability and connection with certified and professionally trained volunteers and staff. Join our free training sessions to gain a better understanding of how we repair harm and prevent crime.

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) is a strong advocate of restorative justice practice and utilizes various community RJ programs throughout the province.

— Department of Fisheries and Oceans


The Chilliwack Restorative Justice and Youth Advocacy Association has been instrumental in processing referrals and educating those involved in criminal offences at the Chilliwack Real Canadian Superstore.

— Loss Prevention Officer, Real Canadian Superstore

CRJ is a well respected organization in Chilliwack with a proven history of effective program delivery. They are connected to community partners within social services, private businesses, and local government

— Dan Coulter, MLA

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