Service providers

Organisations across England and Wales work restoratively or offer restorative services to the public. These include prisons, probation services, police forces, schools, youth offending teams, local authorities, housing associations and care homes.

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Organisations that hold our Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM) will appear first in your search results.

The RSQM is for organisations that have demonstrated that they meet the six Restorative Service Standards of the RJC. The award is external recognition of your work. It gives the public confidence in the restorative service you offer, and provides proof for commissioners and funders that you provide a quality service.

Find out more about the RSQM and take our free organisational health check tool to find out if you are ready to apply.

Service Provider

Windsor and Maidenhead YOT provides support for both victims of crime and young people who have offended. Our aim is to give victims of crime a voice, enable harm to be repaired and to prevent young people from offending again.

Where appropriate, we offer our victims:
*Restorative justice conferences
*Attendance at restorative panels
*Input in reparation

Service Provider

At our centre in Wolverhampton, The Switch Project has provided successful short-term early interventions to support the inclusion of learners whose social and emotional needs are causing concern and preventing them from achieving their full potential. Our programmes help young people understand how situations and issues arise and then develop the skills to approach concerns in a more reflective way, allowing them to be more effective in solving their own problems and feel more in control. We are able to support children and young people using a structured social-emotional learning programme, plus therapeutic input from professional counsellors and therapists.

Service Provider

Delivering a service supporting victims of crime and participants through the Restorative Justice process.

Telephone: 020 3096 7708