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Whatever community organization, whether it’s a women’s organization, or fighting for racial justice … you will get satisfaction out of doing something to give back to the community that you never get in any other way.”
— Ruth Bader Ginsburg


Volunteers are trained in restorative justice practices. Restorative Justice promotes community action to address conflict and crime in an inclusive manner. When the community is involved in the restorative justice process, its members no longer feel powerless in the face of crime and are essential in ensuring community wellbeing and safety.

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Volunteers will:

  • Make Orleans county safer and stronger

  • Reduce crime and recidivism

  • Save taxpayers' money

  • Become better informed about important social issues

  • Learn new skills

  • Have opportunities to resolve conflicts

  • Foster mutual respect in their community

  • Build a better community

Volunteers play an essential role in all of our programs:

  • Victim Services

  • Pre-Charge Program

  • Reparative Board Probation

  • Prisoner Re-entry Program

  • Community Advisory Board

  • Community Service Project

Donate your time and talents to the Orleans County Restorative Justice Center and help to bring our community together.

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