Our program offers the court an additional resource by giving the person charged with an offense the opportunity to accept responsibility in an attempt to repair the harm caused to the impacted party and community. We use restorative justice to identify needs, explore harm and address the root causes of an offense.


Together, the responsible party, impacted party and community create a plan for moving forward in a positive way.


JCRJD is another tool in the toolbox for reaching justice.


Juvenile Court Restorative Justice Diversion (JCRJD) aims to keep at-risk youth in school and out of court by offering a community based restorative justice diversion program designed to empower impacted parties, heal communities affected by crime and address the underlying causes of conflict.



​Send a Check To: 

Juvenile Court Restorative Justice Diversion

ATTN: Monica L. Johnson

Wannalancit Mills

175 Cabot Street, Suite 100

Lowell, MA 01854



JCRJD is a recognized 501(c)(3) organization and your financial donation is tax deductible.

Northeastern UniversitySchool of Law


Office of Marian T. Ryan,

Middlesex District Attorney


Lowell Police Department


Lowell Juvenile Court


Janet Connors


United Teen Equality Center


Theodore Edson Parker Foundation


The Importance of Education

The Importance of Education

Education is a key component to reducing crime rates, especially among youth. Our mission is to keep at-risk kids in the classroom and out of the courtroom.

Kuro Talking Piece

Kuro Talking Piece

This Kuro is a restorative justice talking piece from New Zealand.

Lowell Juvenile Court

Lowell Juvenile Court

Lowell Juvenile Court

Lowell Juvenile Court

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