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Wisconsin Restorative Justice Programs Directory

Adams County

Name of Organization: Adams County District Attorney

Program Type: Victim/Witness

Program Start Year: 1991

Contact: Pela Steiner

Address: P.O. Box 258, Friendship, WI 53934

Phone: (608) 339-4218

Fax: (608) 339-4288

Email: pela.steiner@da.wi.gov

Typical Case Type: Disorderly Conduct/Battery/Domestic, Burglary, Theft.

Barron County

 Name of Organization: Barron County Restorative Justice Programs, Inc.

Program Type: A program of Goodwill NCW

 Program Start Year: 1999

 Contact: Monika Audette

 Address: 323 E La Salle Avenue, PO Box 55, Barron WI  54812

 Phone: (715) 418-2189

 Fax: (715) 446-4494

 Email: bcrjpinfo@gwicc.org

 Website: www.bcrjp.org

 Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Restorative Conferencing, Teen Court, Community Outreach Program (truancy, at-risk juveniles), Victim Impact Panels for OWI offenders and Drivers Education students, school trainings in Restorative Practices, Cognitive Behavioral Intervention Programs

 Typical Case Type: Juvenile and Adult

Brown County

Name of Organization: Family Services of Northeast WI

Program Type: Teen Court

Program Start Year: 1998

Contact: Terri Delaruelle

Address: 300 Crooks Street, Green Bay, WI 54301

Phone: (920) 436-4360 ext. 1392

Fax: (920) 432-5966

Email: tdelaruelle@familyservicesnew.org

Website: www.familyservicesnew.org

Typical Case Type: Retail Theft, Disorderly Conduct, Theft, Criminal Damage to Property, Trespassing

Burnett County

Name of Organization: Restorative Justice of Northwest Wisconsin, Inc.

Program Type: Restorative Justice

Program Start Year: 2003

Contact: Lisa Johnson, Director of Programming or Brandy Horstman, Director of Administration

Address: 24670 State Road 35/70, Suite #300, Siren, WI 54872

Phone: (715) 349-2117

Fax: (715) 349-5702

Email: bcrjr@sirentel.net

Website: www.rjnw.org

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Victim Offender Conferences, Community Conferences, Victim/Offender Impact Panels, Youth Educational Shoplifting Program, Youth AODA Educational Program, Community Service Program.

Typical Case Type: Varies

Calumet County

Name of Organization: Consultant

Program Type: School-Based Restorative Justice

Program Start Year: Eight Years Experience in School Based Restorative Justice

Contact: Wanda VanDeHey

Address: W6157 Victorian Dr, Appleton, WI 54915

Phone: (920) 734-1957

Email: lyle-wanda@sbcglobal.net

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Trainings and Consultation for School Staff and Students

Typical Case Type: Circles


Chippewa County

Name of Organization: Chippewa Valley Correctional Treatment Facility

Program Type: Minimum Prison – AODA Programming

Program Start Year: 2004

Contact: Thomas Karlen, Deputy Warden

Address: 2909 E Park Ave., Chippewa Falls, WI 54729

Phone: (715) 720-2850

Fax: (715) 720-3209

Email: Thomas.Karlen@Wisconsin.gov

Website: www.wi-doc.com

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Inmates attend “Victim Impact Panels” both in the community and institution. Community speakers from the areas of restorative justice, domestic violence and sexual assault come into during the month of April. Department of Corrections, Office of Victim Services with staff at CVCTF has coordinated face-to-face victim/inmate conference, upon victim’s request. Letters of apology written by the inmate have been forwarded through parole agent by the request of the courts.

Typical Case Type: Any Felony Offense

Columbia County

Name of Organization: Columbia County Human Services

Program Type: Restitution and Community Service

Program Start Year: 1993

Contact: Melissa Simonson

Address: P.O. Box 136, Portage, WI 53901

Phone: (608) 742-9289

Fax: (608) 742-9700

Email: Melissa.simonson@co.columbia.wi.us

Website: www.co.columbia.wi.us/columbiacounty/

Name of Organization: Columbia County Teen Court

Program Type: Teen Court

Program Start Year: 2004

Contact: Meg McCullough

Address: PO Box 564/ 626 E Slifer Street, Portage, WI 53949

Phone: (608) 742-8814 ext. 242

Fax: (608) 742-2384

Email: mcculloughm@cesa5.k12.wi.us

Website: www.webcccc.org/index/teen_court

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Teen court intake, hearings, jury training and community service

Typical Case Type: Shoplifting, Theft, Criminal Damage, Littering, Disorderly Conduct, Minor in Possession of Alcohol, Minor in Possession of Drugs, Minor in Possession of Paraphernalia, Fireworks violation, Telephone Harassment, Computer Harassment, Curfew Violation, False Reporting, Possession of Stolen Property, Riding Bike/ Skateboard on Sidewalk, Possession/Use of Tobacco, Criminal Negligence, Cruelty to Animals, Threats/ Intimidation, Domestic Violence, Minor Traffic Violations, School Policy Violations.

Crawford County

Name of Organization: Ridge and Valley Restorative Justice

Program Type: Restorative Justice

Contact: Robin Cline

PO Box 435
214 E Blackhawk Ave
Prairie du Chien, WI 53821

Phone: (608) 326-2407

Email: ridge.valleyrestorativejustice@gmail.com

Dane County

Name of Organization: Stoughton

Program Type: Restorative Justice

Program Start Year: 2008

Contact: Lamarr V. Gibson

Address: 525 Lincoln, Stoughton

Phone: (608) 873-3273

Fax: (608) 873-6949

Email: lgibson@wisconsinumc.org

Website: www.stoughtonumc.org

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Family Circles, Community Circles

Typical Case Type: Juvenile Misdemeanors

Name of Organization: Goodman Community Center

Contact: Please email: info@goodmancenter.org

Address: 149 Waubesa St. Madison, WI 53704

Phone: (608) 241-1574

Email: info@goodmancenter.org

Website: www.goodmancenter.org

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Full Service Center from Pre-School through Older Adults, Host Site for Alternative High School

Name of Organization: FLYY  (Forward Learning Youth and Young Adults)

Program Type: Community Outreach/Experiential Programming. FLYY is a Wisconsin-based youth and family-serving organization that helps prevent high-risk teens and young adults from becoming chronic offenders, substance abusers and dropouts. Through 25-day wilderness programs, participants develop effective coping and communication skills, clarify their values, take responsibility for and recognize the impact of their actions and learn to make healthier decisions. FLYY serves people ages 14 to 18 and 18 to 30 years old.

Program Start Year: 2009

Contact: Jessie Kushner or Troy Gosz

Phone/ Fax: (608) 819-6390

Email: info@flyyexpeditions.com

Website: www.flyyexpeditions.com

Name of Organization: Madison Area Urban Ministry

Program Type: Non-Profit (Social Justice and Prisoner Re-Entry)

Program Start Year: Circa 1973

Contact: Linda Ketcham, Director; Barbara McKinney, Circles; Jackie Austin, Simulations

Address: 2300 South Park Street, Suite #5, Madison, WI 53713

Phone: (608) 256-0906

Fax: (608) 256-4387

Email: mum@emum.org; Linda@emum.org; Barbara@emum.org; Jackie@emum.org

Website: www.emum.org

Typical Case Type: Referrals and Support for Returning Prisoners


Name of Organization: Madison-Area Urban Ministry

Program Type: Social Justice Advocacy and Human Services – Direct Services

Program Start Year: 1973

Contact: Linda Ketcham

Address: 2300 S. Park St. Suite 5, Madison, WI 53713

Phone: (608) 256-0906

Fax: (608) 256-4387

Email: Linda@emum.org

Website: www.emum.org

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Advocacy, re-entry services, mentoring for children of incarcerated parents, Voices Beyond Bars, Returning Prisoner Simulations, assist/participate in some sessions of Prison Ministry First Congregational UCC in Madison on Restorative Justice Program.

Typical Case Type: Journey Home and Circles of Support work with people newly released from jail and prison, Voices Beyond Bars is support and leadership development group for formerly incarcerated individuals, Mentoring Connections matches adult mentors with children who have an incarcerated parent. Our advocacy focuses on increased funding for prevention and community based interventions, oppostiion to death penalty, felony disenfranchisement, and other issues related to poverty, racism and homelessness and fair, affordable housing, paid sick leave and educational issues.

Name of Organization: Youth Services of Southern Wisconsin

Program Type: Non-profit, Services for Youth and Families

Program Start Year: 1978

Contact: Sheri Gatts

Address: 1955 Atwood Ave. Madison, WI 53704

Phone: (608) 245-2550 ext. 213

Fax: (608) 245-2551

Email: sheri.gatts@youthsos.org

Website: www.Youthsos.org

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Circle Sentencing in Youth Court, Impact Panels, Victim-Offender Dialogue

Typical Case Type: Juvenile Offenders, Juvenile, Adult & Business Victims

Name of Organization: Madison Metropolitan School District

Program Type: Restorative Practices

Program Start Year: 2010

Contact: Lonna Stoltzfus

Address: 545 West Dayton St. Madison WI 53703

Phone: (608)204-3674

Fax: (608)204-0439

Email: lstoltzfus@madison.k12.wi.us

Typical Case Type: Circles for conflict, behavior, attendance, processing difficult issues and community. Youth Court currently developing Restorative Dialogue processes, for early, informal interactions with students in challenging situations.

Name of Organization: Restorative Justice Project – Frank J. Remington Center (University of Wisconsin Law School)

Program Type: Restorative Practices/Clinical Education

Program Start Year: 1987

Contact: Jonathan Scharrer, Director

Address: 975 Bascom Mall, Madison, WI 53706-1399

Phone: (608) 263-7905

Fax: (608) 263-3380

Email: jascharrer@wisc.edu

Website: http://law.wisc.edu/fjr/rjp/

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Victim-Offender Dialogues, Prison-based

Restorative Justice Programs, Victim Impact Panels, Restorative Justice Circles for Communities and Schools, Community Conferencing, Restorative Alternatives to Prosecution

Typical Case Type: All types of crimes and restorative justice cases. Victim-Offender

Dialogue cases are most frequently crimes of severe violence (not a requirement for participation).



Dodge County

Name of Organization: Restorative Justice for Dodge County Inc.

Program Type: Non-Profit

Program Start Year: March 2003

Contact: Nancy Franke

Address: 127 E. Oak St. Juneau, WI 53039

Phone: (920) 386-3943

Fax: (920) 386-3545

Email: nfranke@co.dodge.wi.us

Website: www.co.dodge.wi.us/rj

Typical Case Type: Retail Theft, Disorderly Conduct, Criminal Damage to Property, Victim Impact Panel, Accountability Groups.

Door County

Name of Organization: Lakeshore Community Action Program, Inc.

Program Type: Juvenile Restitution Program

Program Start Year: 1990

Contact: Sandi Soik

Address: 131 S 3rd Avenue, POB 791, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235-9771

Phone: (920) 743-0192

Fax: (920) 746-0142

Website: www.Lakeshorecap.org

Typical Case Type: Deferred Prosecution Agreements, Consent Decrees, Court Orders

Dunn County

Name of Organization: Victim/Witness

Program Type: Victim Services

Program Start Year: 1993

Contact: Peggie Schmidt

Address: 615 Stokke Parkway Suite 1700

Phone: (715) 232-6656

Fax: (715) 232-6886

Email: Peggie.Schmidt@da.wi.gov

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Victim/Offender Mediation

Typical Case Type: Criminal

Name of Organization: Positive Alternatives

Program Type: Teen Court, Victim Impact Panels, Truancy Prevention

Program Start Year: 2011

Contact: Maleigha Myers

Address: 603 Terrill Road, Menomonie, WI 54751

Phone: (715)235-9552

Fax: (715)235-1075

Email: mmyers@positive-alternatives.org

Website: www.positive-alternatives.org

Typical Case Type: Juvenile

Eau Claire County

Name of Organization: Eau Claire County Restorative Justice

Program Type: Restorative Justice

Program Start Year: 2002

Contact: Tim Wavrunek

Address: 3605 Gateway Drive, Eau Claire, WI 54701

Phone: (715) 835-6521

Fax: (715) 835-6513

Email: info@eccrjp.org

Website: www.eccrjp.org

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: VOC, Circles, Community Forums, Accountability Workshops, Mentoring

Typical Case Type: Property Damage, Retail Theft, Battery, Burglary, AODA, Truancy


Fond Du Lac County

Name of Organization: Taycheedah Correctional Institution

Program Type: Restorative Justice is a Component of our AODA Residential Program

Program Start Year: 2007

Contact: Lisa Okon

Address: 751 County Road K, PO Box 1947, Fond Du Lac, WI 54936

Phone: (608) 929-6719

Fax: (920) 929-3895

Email: lisa.okon@wisconsin.gov

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Victim Impact: Listen and Learn

Typical Case Type: Provides Restorative Justice programming to all women sentenced to Medium/Maximum security prison with an AODA Residential need. Their case type ranges from drug convictions to homicide charges.


Name of Organization: Department of Social Services Juvenile Court Services

Program Type: Juvenile Restitution and Youth Community Service

Contact: Michele Mailand

Address: 160 S. Macy St., Fond du Lac, WI 54935

Phone: 920-929-3147

Fax: 920-906-5504

Email: Michele.mailand@fdlco.wi.gov

Typical Case Type: Court ordered, deferred prosecution, consent decrees

Iowa & Lafayette Counties

Name of Organization: Restorative Justice of SW Wisconsin

Program Type: Victim Offender Mediation

Program Start Year: Lafayette 2004/ Iowa 2008

Contact: Susan Hepler

Address: 202 North Main Street, Dodgeville, WI

Phone: (608) 341-8600

Email: iowacountyrjp@mhtc.net

Website: www.southwestwirjp.org

Typical Case Type: Disorderly Conduct, Property Damage, Theft

Kenosha County

Name of Organization: Kenosha County Restitution Program

Program Type: CSW/Restitution

Contact: John Hudrick

Address: 912 56th Street Molinaro Building. Rm 102 Kenosha, WI 53140

Phone: (262) 653-2494

Fax: (262) 653-2494

Email: john.hudrick@da.wi.gov

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Restitution/CSW

Typical Case Type: Delinquency

La Crosse County

Name of Organization: Mediation and Restorative Services – YWCA

Program Type: Non-Profit

Program Start Year: 1986


Address: 400 4th Street North, Room B370 La Crosse, WI 54601

Phone: (608) 784-7322


Website: www.ywcalax.org

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: V/O/C, School Mediation, Small Group Conferencing, Circles, Excessive Absences Program, Retail Theft Restorative Option

Typical Case Type: School Related, Diversion – adult and juvenile, Community Conference (law enforcement refer directly into program on early juvenile offenders), excessive absences, truancy, bullying, retail theft – adult and juvenile diversion program, property offenses, assaults, violence, court ordered adult and juvenile cases, early offenders, you name it – we do it.


Manitowoc County

Name of Organization: Lakeshore Community Action Program

Program Type: Non-Profit

Program Start Year: 1986

Contact: Andrea Goessl

Address: 702 State Street PO Box 2315 Manitowoc WI 54221-2315

Phone: (920) 686-8707

Fax: (920) 686-8700

Email: agoessl@lakeshorecap.org

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Apology Letters, Surrogate Mediations, Victim/Offender Mediation

Typical Case Type: Juvenile Crime

Marathon County

Name of Organization: Marathon County Restorative Justice Programs

Program Type: Restorative Justice

Program Start Year: 2005

Contact: Carrie Vergin

Address: 2713 Schofield Ave, Schofield, WI 54476

Phone: (715) 359-5360

Fax: (715) 359-5357

Email: cvergin@gwicc.org

Website: www.mcrjp.org

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: VOC, FGC, Circles

Typical Case Type: Deferred Juvenile Cases


Marquette County

Name of Organization: Department of Human Services

Program Type: Community Service/Restitution

Contact: Andrea Hazelwood

Address: 428 Underwood Ave. P.O. Box 405 Montello, WI 53949

Phone: (608) 297-3115

Fax: (608) 297-8718

Email: ahazelwood@co.marquette.wi.us

Typical Case Type: Juvenile Justice

Milwaukee County

Name of Organization: Wisconsin Department of Corrections, Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility

Program Type: Adult Institution

Contact: Rose Larson

Address: 1015 North 10th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53233

Phone: (414) 212-4926

Fax: (414) 212-4936

Email: Rose.Larson@Wisconsin.gov

Name of Organization: Dismas Ministry

Program Type: Free faith-based scripture and faith resources to prisons

Program Start Year: 2000

Contact: Ron Zeilinger, Executive Director

Address: PO Box 070363

Phone: (414) 977-5064

Fax: (414) 481-6764

Email: dismas@dismasministry.org

Website: www.dismasministry.org

Name of Organization: Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee

Program Type: Clearinghouse, Collaboration, Public Education/Promotion, General Support of Area Programs

Program Start Year: 2000

Contact: Betsy Gonwa

Address: 11929 W. Underwood Parkway Wauwatosa, WI 53226

Phone: (414) 259–0565

Email: bwgonwa@sbcglobal.net

Website: www.interfaithconference.org

Name of Organization: Marquette University Law School, Restorative Justice Initiative

Professor Janine P. Geske, Director

 Program Start Year: 2004

Contact: Yolanda Toral Zeider

Address: Marquette University Law School Sensenbrenner Hall 1103 West Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53233

Phone: (414) 288-7924

Fax: (414) 288-6403

Email: Yolanda.toral@marquette.edu

Website: http://law.marquette.edu/jw/restorative

Typical Case Type: All Restorative Justice Services

Name of Organization: Safe & Sound

Program Type: Non- Profit Organization

Program Year Start: 1998

Contact: Joe Kubisiak

Address: 801 W. Michigan Ave. Milwaukee WI 53233

Phone: (414) 221-6701

Email: joe@milwaukeehidta.org

Website: www.safesound.org

Typical Case Type: Juvenile offenders

Name of Organization: Mediation and Restorative Justice Center
A Program of Wisconsin Community Services, Inc.

Program Type:In the restorative justice area, we do victim/offender conferencing.  However, our Center also does all kinds of mediations for school, community, court, business and agency concerns.

Start Year: 1983 with Victim/ Offender Conferencing

Contact: Cathy A. Warmington, Esq.

Address: 3732 W. Wisconsin Ave., Suite 200
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53208

Phone: (414) 271-5464

Email: cwarmington@wiscs.org

Website: www.wiscs.org/mediation.htm

414 W. Moreland Blvd., Room 204
Waukesha, WI 53188
(262) 544-1647
FAX (262) 544-9456

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Youth Accountability Panels, Teen Court and Kick Conflict (helping  juveniles learn to deal with conflict positively).

Outagamie County

Name of Organization: Outagamie County Department of Health & Human Services

Program Type: Restorative Justice

Program Start Year: 1990


Address: 500 W 5th St, Appleton, WI 54911

Phone: (920) 832-5207

Fax: (920) 832-5975


Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Victim offender Conferencing

Typical Case Type: Property Crimes

Pierce & St. Croix County

Name of Organization: St. Croix Valley Restorative Justice Program

Program Type: 501 c 3, nonprofit – a wide range of restorative services

Program Start Year: 2001

Contact: Kris Miner, Executive Director

Address: 215 N 2nd Street, Suite 108 River Falls, WI 54022

Phone: (715) 425-1100

Fax: (715) 425-1112

Email: scvrjp@gmail.com

Website: www.scvrjp.org

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Victim-Offender Conferencing, Victim empathy seminars, Community Conferencing, Underage Consumption Panels, Safe Teen Driving Circles, Restorative Justice Circles, Trainings/Workshops.

Typical Case Type: Adult and juvenile cases. Range from community and school referrals to serious crime and violence. Diversion programming and court ordered. Unique services with Safe Teen Driving Circles.

Polk County

Name of Organization: Polk County Restorative Justice

Program Type: Non Profit

Program Start Year: 2009

Contact: Ravi Roelfs

Address: 100 Polk Plaza, Suite 50

Phone: (715) 485-8868

Fax: (715) 485-8490

Email: ravi.roelfs@co.polk.wi.us

Portage County

Name of Organization: Justiceworks, Ltd.

Program Type: Non-Profit

Program Start Year: 2004

Contact: Katherine Munck

Address: 1547 Strongs Avenue Stevens Point WI 54481

Phone: (715) 344-3677

Fax: (715) 344-3677

Email: Katherine.Munck@Justiceworksltd.org

Website: www.Justiceworksltd.org

Services: Restorative Conferencing for Youth, Family Law Information Center, Make It Right Restitution Mediation, Volunteers in Probation, TEAM Reentry Program, Deferred Prosecution Compliance Program

Typical Case Type: Juvenile and Adult

Taylor County

Name of Organization: Restorative Justice Programs of Taylor County

Program Type: Service

Program Start Year: 2001

Contact: Monelle Johnson

Address: 224 S. 2nd Street, Medford, WI 54451

Phone: (715) 748-1482

Fax: (715) 748-1415

Email: monelle.johnson@co.taylor.wi.us

Website: www.focusontaylorcounty.com/rjptc

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: OWI Panel, Juvenile Property Crime Panel, Victim/Offender Conferencing

Typical Case Type: Varied

Vilas County

Name of Organization: Northwoods Restorative Justice, Inc.

         Program Type: Restorative Justice for Victims & Offenders

         Program Start Year: 2002

         Contact: Bruce LaRose, Director

         Address: P.O. Box 1744
Woodruff, WI 54568

         Phone: (715)-358- 2687

         Fax: (715)-358-2687

        Email: nwrjinc@gmail.com

        Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Youth through Adult Victim/ Offender Conferencing and Mediation, Accountability and Entitlement workshops, Restitution/ Community Services, Talking/ Healing Circles in area schools, Victim Impact Panels (VIP) for OWI offenders.

       Typical Case Type: Theft, Criminal Damage, Burglary, Domestic, Bullying, Disorderly Conduct.

Walworth County

Name of Organization: Delavan-Darien High School

Program Type: In the research and development stages

Address: 150 Cummings St

Phone: (262) 728-2642 ext. 4420

Email: jstraus@ddschools.org

Washington County

Name of Organization: Nova Services, program is “Elevate”

Program Type: Juvenile Restorative Justice Program, Restitution, Community Service, Truancy, Adult Mental Health

Program Start Year: 2003

Contact: Nicole Grumley

Address: 702 Elm Street

Phone: (262) 677-2569

Fax: (262) 677-2124

Email: ngrumley@elevateyou.org

Website: www.novaservices.org

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Victim offender Conferencing, Crime Impact Sessions, Circles, Apology Letters

Typical Case Type: Juvenile Property Crime

Waukesha County

Name of Organization: Mediation and Restorative Justice Center
A Program of Wisconsin Community Services, Inc.

Program Type:In the restorative justice area, we do victim/offender conferencing.  However, our Center also does all kinds of mediations for school, community, court, business and agency concerns.

Start Year: 1983 with Victim/ Offender Conferencing

Contact: Cathy A. Warmington, Esq.

Address: 414 W. Moreland Blvd., Room 204
Waukesha, WI 53188

Phone: (262) 544-1647

Fax: (262) 544-9456

Email: cwarmington@wiscs.org

Website: www.wiscs.org/mediation.htm

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: Youth Accountability Panels, Teen Court and Kick Conflict (helping  juveniles learn to deal with conflict positively).

Winnebago County

Name of Organization: Teen Court

Program Start Year: 1996

Contact: Kim M. Hernandez

Address: 504 Algoma Blvd. P.O. Box 2808, Oshkosh, WI 54903

Phone: (920) 236-1120

Fax: (920) 236-1112

Email: khernandez@co.winnebago.wi.us

Website: www.co.winnebago.wi.us

Typical Case Type: First time juvenile offenders between ages 12-16.

Name of Organization: Goodwill, Doc

Program Type: Circles of Support, Victim Impact Program

Program Start Year: Circles of Support 2009, Victim Impact Program 1999

Contact: Julie Reinke

Address: Box 193 Butte des Morts, WI 54927

Phone: (920) 410-5790

Email: rjreinke2@charter.net

Name of Organization: Juvenile Restitution Program

Program Type: Restitution and Community Service

Program Start Year: 1983

Contact: Elizabeth Williams

Address: 220 Washington Avenue Oshkosh, WI 54903

Phone: (920) 236-4962

Fax: (920) 424-7528

Email:     ewilliams@co.winnebago.wi.us

Website: www.co.winnebago.wi.us

Typical Case Type: Restitution and Community Service

Wood County

Name of Organization: Department of Corrections – Division of Community Corrections

Program Type: Probation and Parole Office

Contact: Supervisor Matt Stake

Address: 131 2nd St. South Wisconsin Rapids WI 54494

Phone: (715) 422-5077

Fax: (715) 422-5097

Email: Matthew.Stake@Wisconsin.gov

Website: www.wi-doc.com

Typical Case Type: All probation, Parole and Extended Supervision cases that have been ordered by the court.

Name of Organization: Professional Services Group

Program Type: Community Service/Restitution – Youth

Contact: Kristi Duerr

Address: 320 W Grand Ave, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495

Phone: (715) 423-3337

Fax: (715) 421-8683

Email: kduerr@co.wood.wi.us

Website: www.psgcip.com

Statewide Programs

Name of Organization: Redgranite Correctional Institution

Program Type: Offender Programming – Restorative Justice Circle “Getting it Right”

Program Start Year: 2006

Contact: Candy Hinz-Quick, Social Worker

Address: 1006 County Rd EE, Redgranite WI, 54970

Phone: (920) 566-3178

Email: candy.hinzquick@wisconsin.gov

Typical Case Type: Medium Security Prison – Offenders of all types of case are given an opportunity to participate to learn about restorative justice model; have volunteers from the community and victim/survivors and other community members share experiences to encourage change in the offenders.

Name of Organization: Office of Victim Services & Programs, WI Department of Corrections

Program Type: Direct Victim Services: Victim advocacy, information and support primarily post-sentencing; Victim Impact Programs within the prison system; Gatekeeper for Victim Offender Dialogue for all incarcerated offenders and for offenders on supervision

Program Start Year: 2000

Contact: OVSP Staff

Address: PO Box 7925, Madison WI 53707-7925 or E. Washington Avenue Madison WI 53704

Phone: 1-800-947-5777 or (608) 240-5888

Fax: (608) 240-3353

Email: DOCOVSPAdmin@wi.gov

Website: www.WIVictimsVOICE.org

Restorative Justice Dialogue Services: We screen, coordinate and refer requests to specially trained facilitators for all offenders incarcerated in the DOC system and for offender on supervision for a serious violent crime (see “GUIDELINES FOR VICTIM/OFFENDER CONFERENCING INVOLVING SERIOUS & SENSITIVE CRIMES”), issued by the Wisconsin Crime Victim Advisory Board. This publication can be found online at, or by going to the WI DOJ Office of Crime Victim Services Web site and clicking on the Publication tab.

Typical Case Type: Offenders who are incarcerated; VOD requests from family members of homicide victims, sexual assault victims, and victims of other serious violent crimes; preparation is critical and can take anywhere from 2 months to 1 year.


Name of Organization: Parents of Murdered Children, Inc.: For the families and friends of those who have died by violence

Program Type: Support

Program Start Year: 1978

Contact: Carol Westerlund, Wisconsin State Coordinator

Address: 716 Thomas Drive Sun Prairie, WI 53590

Phone: (608) 825-0032 or Toll Free 1-866-876-0032

Fax: (608) 250-2007 Attention: Carol W.

Email: cal1265@yahoo.com

Website: www.pomc.com

Name of Organization: Mule Meadow Acres, Consulting

Program Type: Independent Trainer, Consultant and Facilitator

Program Start Date: NA

Contact Person: Barbara A. Nimmer

Email: bnimmer@centurylink.net