There are a variety of ways to help.

The first step to get involved begins with submitting an application. [Word]

You can check our calendar for orientation, training and event dates to learn more. Join us for an orientation session or schedule a time to meet with our Program Coordinator to learn more about us and where you may fit in. Questions? Email or call us at 715-425-1100.

Learn the Restorative Justice philosophy and how to bring stakeholders together to address crime and conflict. Facilitators are provided with session curriculum, specialized training opportunities, including monthly meetings for networking and support. Legal or mediation background preferred.

Individuals directly affected by crime, conflict or harm provide testimony about a specific event and explain the impact. Speaking may offer personal healing and a chance to make a change. Read more…

Represent the Community as a Stakeholder
Community volunteers participate in Restorative Justice sessions to role model community values, discuss the impact of crime & conflict and offer input for what is needed to make things right.
Business Owners • Parents • Law Enforcement • EMTs • Teachers & School District Staff

Administrative Support
Offer specialized support to the Restorative Justice Center operations.

Call us at 715-425-1100 to speak with us about internship opportunities. Resumes can be sent to the Restorative Justice Center.

Unable to volunteer? Donate now!

What our volunteers are saying about their experiences

Volunteers were asked to complete an anonymous evaluation after participating in a session. Here’s what some of our volunteers have had to say!

“Circle [sessions] are a great way to be involved with community and experience personal growth.”

“I have continued to be amazed by the amount of support these [sessions] provide to participants and how accepting all members are.”

“This session was awesome! I am leaving with a really great feeling that tonight mattered.”

“Jerry’s story has a lot of impact on all the participants, and it’s so cool to see how everyone reacts and just how much their body language changes as they listen.”