Restorative justice practices (RJP) are philosophical and humanizing approaches that focus on repairing harm, making things right, restoring the community, and building a sense of community. Incorporating restorative justice practices into our community helps UCSF create safer spaces for people to be brave and vulnerable in an open dialogue that facilitates community-building and healing in the community. There are several types of restorative justice practices offered at UCSF. All offerings are adaptable to the specific needs of the individuals and community involved.
Contact for questions and additional info:
Maria S. Jaochico (firstname.lastname@example.org)