We engage youth (ages 12-35 years), families, communities and systems in a restorative justice program that interrupts cycles of harm, juvenile incarceration, and other factors that create at-risk youth and unsafe communities. Our Acorn2Oak Restorative Justice Program is an alternative to Criminal Justice Practice. Our ultimate aim is to restore, equip and transform lives, propelling youth to achieve their full potential regardless of their circumstances and to repair harm in order to move forward in positive ways.
Our staff's Professions
At Acorn2Oak we are committed to providing our students with access to top professionals in their field.
Restorative Justice Facilitator
Our Restorative Justice Facilitator facilitate the Restorative Justice Sessions with our Victim and Offenders.
Our psychologists provide assessment and therapy to clients, helping facilitate organizational or social change.
Pastoral care is the provision the school makes to ensure the physical and emotional welfare of a student.
Marriage and Family Counselors
Our Marriage Counselors guide couples through conversations to find the root troubles and conflicts they are facing.
Social workers help individuals understand and locate available social services plus health care assistance.