This edition features Missing Children’s Day, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’s Day, and Mental Health Awareness Month resources.
Survivors of high impact crime in Colorado have the opportunity to contact CO Victim Services at DOC to request the Victim Offender Dialog (VOD) service. Not all offenders qualify for the opportunity to meet with the people they harmed in order to take responsibility and do what they can to repair the harm. Monica carefully screens the offenders on the cases where the victim/survivor requests a VOD. If she approves a volunteer facilitator team spends significant time preparing all parties to meet. When everyone is ready, the trained volunteer facilitators and the survivor/victim along with their support person will meet face to face with the person responsible for the harm.
Colorado Juvenile Risk Assessment (CJRA) tool referenced in the What Is Trauma? webinar on 2/6/2018.
Handout from the Restorative Justice / Restorative Practices part 1 webinar
Webinar powerpoint handout 6-5-20 - 508 Compliant
Developing Effective Working Relationships with Victims and Offenders for Community Corrections Professionals
A resource mentioned in the Restorative Justice / Restorative Practices Part 2 webinar.
Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, or FASD, is a non-diagnostic umbrella term intended to encompass all the diagnostic categories designated by the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies (IOM) along a broad continuum of physical, mental, behavioral, and learning deficits that can result from prenatal alcohol exposure.