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Consulting and Technical Assistance

We provide consulting and assistance for community groups and government agencies that wish to establish a victim-offender mediation/reconciliation program or further develop and support an existing program. We can provide presentations for conferences, working groups or for the public. We can meet with community groups and state or local officials, including judges. We can assist with broadcast and print media coverage, to develop local support. We can draw upon the combined experience of 300 victim-offender programs in the United States and Canada and 700 programs in Europe and elsewhere.

These services are often provided as part of a training and consulting package. The VORP Information and Resource Center has provided training and technical consulting throughout the United States and abroad. We can work with you, wherever you are located.

Inquire about obtaining victim-offender mediation consulting and technical assistance....


Marty Price, J.D., an attorney and social worker turned to mediator, is the founder and director of the Victim-Offender Reconciliation Program (VORP) Information and Resource Center, in Asheville, North Carolina. He is the founder and former director of the VORP of Clackamas County, Oregon. He is a former Board Member and former Co-Chair of the Victim-Offender Mediation Association (VOMA), a non-profit, international, educational and advocacy organization that promotes restorative justice and supports victim-offender mediation and reconciliation programs.

The Center provides information, training, public education, technical assistance, consulting and victim-offender mediation and reconciliation services. We serve non-profit organizations, governmental agencies and individuals. The Center specializes in juvenile justice and the mediation of drunk driving fatality cases and other crimes of severe violence.

Our mission is to bring restorative justice reform to our criminal justice system, to empower victims, offenders and communities to heal the effects of crime, to curb recidivism, and to offer our society a more effective and humanistic alternative to the growing outcry for more prisons and more punishment.

Victim-Offender Reconciliation Program (VORP)
Information and Resource Center
2826 Azalea Hills Dr. Charlotte, NC 28262

Please contact by email only. While in India, available for consultation, speaking, training, etc., only in India and surrounding countries.

E-mail: martyprice@vorp.com
World Wide Web: http://www.vorp.com


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