Center for Restorative Programs
Visit us at our office in downtown Alamosa, Colorado. We're always happy to see visitors.
Girls Circle and The Council
Children in the community can take part in Girls Circle and The Council. Each week, a group of six to ten girls or boys meet with two facilitators for an hour or more. Students take turns talking and listening to one another about their concerns and interests. Additional activities include games, role playing, drama, journaling, poetry, computer, and more.
Bullying Prevention in Schools
We are actively involved in supporting schools and after-school sites throughout the San Luis Valley to develop or enhance site-based bullying-prevention programs.
Youth Trainings
Learn more about the programming of CRP including this Peer Mediation Training that allows teens to have a voice. Communication is the first step to a peaceful community.
Open – LEAD Case Manager

Center for Restorative Programs seeks position for LEAD Diversion Program: LEAD Wraparound Case Manager will be responsible for providing intensive case management/wraparound services; working closely with community partners including law enforcement, behavioral health, housing and workforce development. Ability to establish strong support and service plans for wraparound and other LEAD services being provided. Successful candidates will have experience with intensive case management, working with individuals with behavioral health issues and working with community partners. Spanish speaking and wraparound experience a plus. Applicants should have a 3 years relevant experience. Email resume and cover letter to carey@restorativeprograms.org.
Position open until filled. CRP is a EOE >

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