What We Do

EVRJP has served the Estes Valley with proactive and responsive processes since its founding in 2002. As a unique hybrid municipal/nonprofit organization and alliance between the Estes Valley community and the Town of Estes Park Police Department, EVRJP offers eight programs that range from proactive community-building to conflict resolution and responses to crime and wrongdoing. Many of the programs are offered in partnership with other local agencies and organizations, including the Estes Park School District, Estes Valley Library, Estes Valley Fire Protection District and Larimer County Sheriff’s Office. All of EVRJP’s programs endeavor to enhance cooperation, encourage understanding, and strengthen relationships.

Many aspects of EVRJP programming depend on volunteers. Community members are encouraged to explore the different opportunities available at estes.org/restorativejustice.

The organization has read and agree to abide by the Restorative Justice Facilitator Code of Conduct Standards: Yes
The organization offers Restorative Justice Services statewide: No
The organization offers Restorative Justice Training: Yes

Facilitation Services

Community Group Conferences
Victim Offender Dialogue
Circle Processes (Please specify below)
School-Based Restorative Practices
Conflict Resolution Services, Community Conversations, Reentry/Reintegration Circles

Training Services

Conference Facilitator Training
Circle Facilitator Training
Restorative Justice 101 Awareness Training
School-Based Restorative Practices Training

Harm Addressed

Community conflict
Family harm/parenting
Crimes Against Persons
Property crimes
Substance related offenses
Victim Rights Act (VRA)

Who Can Make Refferals

Community Members
School (K-12)
Law Enforcement
Defense Attorneys
Department of Corrections
Department of Youth Services
Department of Human Services
Fire Protection Districts

Counties Served


Service Location

PO Box 1287/170 MacGregor Avenue, Estes Park, Colorado, 80517, United States

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