10 August, 2018
CCEJ Office, 3711 Long Beach Blvd., Ste. 1017, Long Beach, CA 90807

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Part A: Introduction to Restorative Practices

Who should apply?

If you have felt inspired by the philosophy of restorative justice and want to gain a deepened understanding… If you want to learn how CCEJ is offering youth diversion to juvenile justice systems as well as restorative justice circles to communities in Los Angeles…. If you want to gain practical tools to begin incorporating restorative practices your personal or professional lives…

Come join us for this training experience!

Through this training, you will learn restorative justice philosophy as well as foundational theories around conflict to help explore root causes of harm, inform community based justice and offer holistic healing.

Participants will gain an understanding of our “Restorative Practices in Communities (RPIC)” program and the different modalities of restorative practices utilized for our case referrals received from: police departments, courts, probation, community based organizations, group homes, and families.

  • Learn community mediation theory and core principles of restorative justice
  • Explore ways intersectionality impacts conflict and harm
  • Explore modalities of community justice, healing and accountability
  • Practice circle keeping
  • Learn about future opportunities to volunteer with our RPIC program

Requirements:

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must submit volunteer training application
  • Must attend all training sessions (see dates/time above)
  • Must have dependable transportation to Long Beach and South LA areas
  • Must pay $125 enrollment fee (limited scholarships available based on need; payment plans available)

Additional requirements to continue to Parts B-D to become a Healing Harms Volunteer:

  • Must complete Part A of training series
  • Must fulfill 12-month volunteer commitment
  • Must consent to a LiveScan background check (criminal convictions do not necessarily disqualify you from service) (See Frequently Asked Questions link below for more information)

 

Training dates:

Part A: Introduction to Restorative Justice (3-day training)
Friday, August 10 – 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (Location:  Kaiser Permanente Counseling, address below)
*Saturday, August 11 – 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (Location: CCEJ office, address below)
*Saturday, August 18 – 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (Location: CCEJ office, address below)
Registration Deadline: August 3, 2018

Location:
*CCEJ Office
3711 Long Beach Blvd. Suite 1017,
Long Beach, CA 90807

Kaiser Permanente Counseling
1465 E 103rd St
Los Angeles, CA 90002

Cost:
$125/per person (includes materials and a meal)

Register Here

Parts B-D: Healing Harms Volunteer Training

*open only to participants who complete Part A

We are looking for a team of committed volunteers with diverse life experiences to serve as circle keepers in our restorative justice programming. Community leaders, social justice advocates, formerly incarcerated, healing practitioners, elders and change agents are encouraged to apply.

Develop and learn the skills necessary to be a circle keeper for cases diverted from police departments, courts, families, group homes, public housing and juvenile justice related systems. Through this training, you will gain a deepened understanding of restorative justice philosophy and practical experience co-facilitating circles for our diversion programs. Learn how to create a space for families and community to come together and collectively determine meaningful healing steps when harm or conflict occurs.

Training Dates:

Part B: Independent Study
(on your own, to be completed prior to start of Part C)

Part C: Circle Keeper Training (5 training sessions)

Wednesday, Aug 22 – 6:00 pm-9:00 pm
Wednesday, Aug 29 – 6:00 pm-9:00 pm
Wednesday, Sept 5 – 6:00 pm-9:00 pm
Saturday, Sept 15 – 10:00 am-6:00 pm
Wednesday, Sept 19 – 6:00 pm-9:00 pm

Part D: Professional Development

Saturday, Oct 13 – 10am-1pm

Registration Deadline: Aug 6, 2018

Location:
CCEJ Office
3711 Long Beach Blvd. Suite 1017,
Long Beach, CA 90807

Cost:
$125/per person (includes materials and a meal)
Accepted applicants will receive additional information about payment methods after all applications have been reviewed.

Register Here

For additional questions, please contact: Rachel Baker, RPIC Case Manager

Email: rbaker@cacej.org

Cell: (424) 296-1203

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