For over 30 years, PDRC has promoted nonviolence in Prince William County through its mediation, training, and restorative justice services. Its conflict management specialists ensure that all voices in a community are heard and respected, facilitating empathy between individuals, families, and organizations. Tenants and parents work with certified mediators to reach an agreement in landlord-tenant, child custody, and child support disputes so that they do not have to receive a judgment in court. For juvenile offenders, PDRC's restorative justice volunteers meet them, and those they've wronged, face-to-face, supporting their reintegration into the community. Additionally, PDRC trains educators on restorative practices to expand support for marginalized students who disproportionately receive disciplinary action. It also brings different groups together in community dialogues to seek common ground. Serving more than 5,000 individuals each year, PDRC gives residents the ability to resolve conflict harmoniously.
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