At the Restorative Justice Movement we work to initiate healing by working to not just address the symptoms of addiction and systemic trauma but by tackling the root causes head-on. As a non profit organization we prioritize relationship building and believe in a pillar of practices that empower individuals and enable them to build self-sustaining habits that lead to renewed productive futures. We find that the traumas inflicted in relation to the opioid crisis, mental health, and crime are not isolated events but indicative of deeper, and often post traumatic issues.
The RJM Pillars are to:
The pathways of communication.
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Accountability to oneself, ones family, and ones community.
We offer trainings for certified peer specialist and RJ programs for all ages.
Community wellness and connect with resources centered on sustainable growth.
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We are committed to bringing about positive change by addressing a wide array of challenges within our community. Our approach is grounded in culturally sensitive education and healing practices, strengthened by vital partnerships, and delivered through frequent and comprehensive outreach efforts. RJM looks for opportunities to partner with organizations throughout St. Louis that align with our missions and values.
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The time is always right to do what is right.
Martin Luther King Jr.