CJNVT Membership: Leveraging the Power of All
CJNVT members direct the organization through committees addressing strategic goals, standards, accreditation, marketing and others as needed. Members of the CJNVT look to each other for support in responding to program challenges and share technical expertise on standards, training, and more. The CJNVT provides justice centers with a unified voice to advocate for restorative justice with the legislature and keeps its member organizations informed about legislative happenings as well as new funding opportunities. The CJNVT establishes common language, creates resources, and shares information to help individual centers avoid duplication of effort and present a comprehensive and comprehensible message about the value of restorative justice practices.
There are three types of Members:
- Principal Members – Organizations that operate restorative justice programs in communities in Vermont. Download an application form.
- Associate Members – Organizations that support the mission and vision of the CJNVT but are not eligible to be Principal Members. Download an application form.
- Individual Member – A person who supports the mission and vision of the CJNVT who may or may not provide restorative justice services. Download an application form.
Regular membership meetings focus on networking and information sharing, programs and trainings related to standards, and committee work reporting.
Access the CJNVT member area here.