Our restorative justice programs provide classes and workshops to the San Luis Obispo County to empower learning and positive community engagement for all.
(AVP) Alternatives to Violence Workshops
When: Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays
Experiential workshops empowering people to lead more nonviolent lives.
Local artists work with women impacted by crime to reflect and process their experiences through the medium of art.
Computer Programming Class
Through the empowering experience of creating their own computer program, people in custody learn the skills to program in Python
Garden group works together with Honor Farm inmates to plant, nurture, and harvest fresh, organically grown vegetables, fruits, and herbs.
Guitar instructor(s) teaches basic to intermediate guitar skills and concepts.
When: Every other Saturday
Percussion improv lessons help to develop new leisure time activities and assist with rehabilitation and recovery work.
Restorative Justice Program
This circle process is based on the RJ principle that "hurt people hurt people." Participants gain powerful new insights into themselves and their own need for healing. What we don't transform, we transmit!
Spiritual Counseling & Sunday Services
When: Tuesdays, Fridays, Sundays, and Holidays
Spiritual Group reflects on spirituality as a source of healing and hope. Sunday services are offered.
(T4C) Thinking for A Change
Evidence based cognitive behavioral training is provided to County Jail Residents to help them develop life and problem solving skills.
Yoga and Meditation Classes
When: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays
Certified yoga and meditation instructors lead classes to help County Jail Residents improve their flexibility and discover peace of mind.