How can we help?

 

The Office of Restorative Justice is necessary  to the faith development of all peoples.  It seeks to teach that life, dignity, and justice is valued in all of human life.  Our office seeks to bring presence and healing to those who are suffering the loss of a loved one from a violent death.  We bring consolation and healing to families affected by the incarceration of a loved one.  We seek rehabilitation for those who have committed crimes and are serving time in prison, jails, juvenile halls and bring support to those in detention centers facing deportation.  

Adjusted Office Hours

Monday-Friday

8:30am - 4:30pm

CLOSED ON THURSDAYS

If this is an emergency, please call 911.

For immediate Trauma Intervention Care, call (909) 475-5474.  

National Suicide Prevention Hotline-             (800) 873-8255

Crisis Text Hotline- Text Connect to 741741

 

Grief and Trauma

 

In times when one faces the unexpected, these are very real and life changing moments. One cannot plan for or explain the suffering that follows an unexpected loss.  The grief process is much greater than that of a normal death to an illness or natural causes.  Trauma causes a ripple effect in the family and all those associated to the violent death of person.

  Lighting a Candle in memory of a loved one

click on link

 https://gratefulness.org/light-a-candle/

Print as a

bookmarker.

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