Erica Lee

Restorative Justice Practice Educator + Facilitator


About My Services

Move at the pace of trust.

Restorative Justice Practice offers a social art & science called restorative justice that transforms conflict into an opportunity for win-win conditions with all participants involved in a crime, conflict or instances of harm. We partner with you to repair the harm that was caused and to work towards restoration of harmony within relationships.

Whether you are someone who has caused harm, been harmed, or has been impacted by harm, we work with you to holistically address that nature of your needs as well as that of your relationships and community.


I have read and agree to abide by the Restorative Justice Facilitator Code of Conduct Standards: Yes
I offer Restorative Justice Services statewide: Yes
I offer Restorative Justice Training: Yes

Facilitation Services

Community Group Conferences
Family Group Decision Making
Process addressing Drinking (e.g. ReThinking Drinking)
Process addressing Substance Use (e.g. ReThinking Substances)
Process addressing Shoplifting (e.g. ReStore)
Circle Processes (Please specify below)
School-Based Restorative Practices
Other
Workplace conflicts + interpersonal challenges

Training Services

Conference Facilitator Training
Circle Facilitator Training
Volunteer and Community Member Training
Restorative Justice 101 Awareness Training
School-Based Restorative Practices Training

Harm Addressed

Community conflict
Family harm/parenting
Bias-motivated harm
Theft
Traffic violations
Crimes Against Persons
Property crimes
Substance related offenses
Violent Crimes

Who Can Make Refferals

Community Members
School (K-12)
University
Law Enforcement
Courts
Probation
Prosecutors
Defense Attorneys
Victim Advocates
Department of Corrections
Department of Youth Services
Department of Human Services
Faith-Based Organizations
Other
Workplaces

Counties Served

All Counties

Service Location

526 Kimbark St E, Longmont, Colorado, 80501, United States

DISCLAIMER * Colorado Coordinating Council on Restorative Justice (RJ Council) is not a regulatory body. All information contained in the RJ Directory is self-reported and the RJ Council does not monitor, edit or attest to the accuracy of the information. Members are encouraged to update their information regularly. Users are encouraged review the Restorative Justice Facilitator Code of Conduct and Standards of Training and Practice to understand the expectations of the field and consider this document when identifying and selecting a practitioner that will meet your needs.

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