Get Involved

Make a Referral
If you or someone you know is in conflict and could use assistance, call the Montpelier Community Justice Center (MCJC) to discuss how the Conflict Assistance Program can help.

Spread the Word
Host a presentation about restorative justice for your organization.

Support Restorative Justice
Let your City Councilor, State's Attorney, and legislators know that you support restorative responses to crime in which the voices of victims and the community are heard and valued.

Photo by Jim Sheridan

Walking Trail in the Park With Beautiful Green Trees and Vegetation
Submit Your Ideas
Is there something you believe the MCJC should be doing? Email us your feedback.

Make a Donation
Support a special project that is as yet unfunded, such as the Community Service Club, Victim Liaison, etc.

Volunteer
Volunteers are our greatest asset. The MCJC relies on skilled, trained volunteers to provide many of our services. Dozens of citizens give their time every year to staff and promote our programs. Volunteers serve as members of the Citizen Advisory Board, Restorative Reentry's Circles of Support and Accountability (COSAs), Restorative Justice Panels and occasionally as mediators and facilitators for community forums. To learn more about volunteering, click here