Restorative Justice Programs

Goodwill NCW offers restorative justice programs in Barron, Eau Claire and Marathon counties.

Restorative justice is an alternative or complementary approach to traditional methods of justice. The intent of restorative justice is to help offenders take responsibility for their actions, understand any harm that they caused, offer an opportunity to make amends and help discourage repeat offenses. It also gives victims an active voice in the resolution of their cases.

To learn which services are available in your community, please visit the program pages below.


Barron County

Contact: Monika Audette
Phone: 715-418-2189

Service Location:
323 E. La Salle Avenue
Barron, WI 54812

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Eau Claire County

Contact: Tim Wavrunek
Phone: 715-835-6521

Service Location:
3605 Gateway Drive
Eau Claire, WI 54701

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Marathon County

Contact: Paula Schultz
Phone: 715-359-5360

Service Location:
2713 Schofield Avenue
Schofield, WI 54476

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As a not-for-profit human services organization, Goodwill NCW uses the revenue from our stores to fund a wide variety of innovative programs and services that serve north central Wisconsin communities. In many cases, we collaborate with community partners, who also bring resources to the cause.

Some of these programs create jobs, offer training, and match assistive technology to those who need it. Others address financial, educational, developmental or diversity issues. All make our communities better places in which to live.