Criminal Justice Diversion- Ages 7-15

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One80

Program Director: Jen Pineda
Assistant Program Director/Case Worker: Dana Katz
Case Worker: Maria Scarangella

One80 is a Restorative Justice program for youth ages 7-17. The program utilizes a Restorative Justice Conference; a planned face-to-face meeting between the youth being referred and those they have directly and indirectly affected. The conference aims to provide everyone an opportunity to discuss how they have been affected by the act or behavior and agree on how the youth referred should repair any harm caused or relationships affected. Youth are referred in lieu of the Family Court Process or as an alternative to or reduction in suspension at school.

Service Locations:
15 Franklin Street, Kingston
Family of New Paltz, 51 North Chestnut St., New Paltz
Family of Ellenville, 221 Canal St., Ellenville

(845) 331-7080 / 338-2370 after hours
Email: ycms@familyofwoodstockinc.org
Program Hours: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Mon – Fri

Juvenile Community Accountability Board (JCAB)
Are you interested in juvenile justice reform?
Do you want to help end the school to prison pipeline?
Then become a volunteer today!

Family of Woodstock is currently looking for volunteers living or working in Ulster County to take part in our Juvenile Community Accountability Board (JCAB). The JCAB is a part of the One80 program, a diversion program working to keep juveniles out of family court and the juvenile justice system. Volunteers for the JCAB meet with the youth and their parent/guardian in order to help the youth understand the impact of their action. The board uses RESTORATIVE JUSTICE techniques to develop an agreement with the youth that requires them to complete activities that repair the harm caused by their actions.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED: contact Dana Katz at 845-514-0239 or dkatz@fowinc.org for the application or download it here.