K-12 Restorative School Practices, Conflict Resolution Education, and Youth Violence Prevention Services for Maine Schools
NOTE: Between 1996 and 2010, the Peace & Reconciliation Studies Program received funding from the Maine Department of Health & Human Services to offer a wide range of services in K-12 conflict resolution education, peer mediation, youth violence prevention, diversity education, restorative discipline, school climate issues and relational skills, including:
In the Fall of 2010, this funding was terminated due to budget constraints at the state level. However, the programming initiatives in these areas were transferred to Restorative School Practices of Maine, a program of the Restorative Justice Project, Belfast, Maine http://www.rjpmidcoast.org/. This coalition of trainers and facilitators offers training, consultation, information and resources to educators and schools throughout Maine on the restorative approach, restorative discipline and related areas. The links below provide general information on these topics. For more information on Restorative School Practices of Maine, contact Barb Blazej, firstname.lastname@example.org, 207-581-2625.
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