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ORGANIZATION: St Croix Valley Restorative Services - SCVRS

  • 14 people are interested

Community mentors (or stakeholders) participate in Restorative Justice group-dialogue sessions to address public safety issues.

SCVRS is looking for parents, teachers, emergency service workers, and anyone concerned with public safety issues. We work with a prevention, intervention and reintegration model to address crime and conflict. Central topics include:
* Underage drinking
* Impaired and distracted driving
* Alcohol and controlled substance use and abuse
* Disorderly and disruptive behavior
* Theft, vandalism and other property crimes

Our volunteers engage in a dialogue process as community representatives. Sessions are nonjudgmental, offering all participants equal opportunity to share their experiences and engage in the process. Volunteer stakeholders are asked to role model session behavior and share the impact of crime and conflict on the community, with a focus on committing to better, safer decision-making.

Training is provided by staff and through mentorship with other volunteers. Regular meetings are offered for further discussion about relevant topics and support for developing speakers.

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About St Croix Valley Restorative Services - SCVRS


215 N 2nd Street, Suite 108, River Falls, WI 54022, US

Mission Statement

Utilizing the principles and practices of Restorative Justice, St. Croix Valley Restorative Justice works with victims, offenders and communities of care to respond to the effects of crime and conflict.


Our evidenced-based curriculum both educates and builds accountability, decreasing recidivism rates and increasing the health and safety within our community. SCV Restorative Justice specializes in conferencing and the Circle process.

In addition to conferencing, Restorative Justice has developed programming and services to respond to community needs. Key sessions address issues related to impaired and distracted driving, substance use and abuse, disorderly conducts and property crimes.


Justice & Legal
Community, Justice & Legal


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215 N. 2nd StSTE 108River Falls, WI 54022



  • Critical Thinking
  • People Skills
  • Community Outreach
  • Mentoring
  • Youth Services




  • Background Check
  • Orientation or Training
  • 3 hours per session, usually scheduled monthly
  • Sessions are scheduled weekday evenings (5:30 - 8 p.m.).

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