Neighborhood Reconciliation Services, Inc.


PO Box 5721
Johnson City, TN, 37602

Neighborhood Reconciliation Services, Inc. works with courts, schools, institutions of higher learning, law enforcement agencies, churches, correctional institutions, various organizations, and neighborhoods to introduce the practice of Restorative Justice to the community as an effective instrument of conflict resolution. Neighborhood Reconciliation Services, Inc. began as an initiative of the Outreach Advocacy Team's Peace with Justice Committee of the United Methodist Church Holston Conference. Originally created to provide restorative practices training to local agencies and churches, in 2005 NRS began providing conferencing to the Johnson City Schools and the Johnson City Juvenile Court. Currently, NRS provides training as well as offers conferencing to local agencies. (from web site)

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