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Monetizing restorative justice services
A continual question for those who are offering restorative justice services is how to pay the overhead? There is a spectrum of options. Here are just a few, but they span the gamut from the linear market economy model to a much more holographic funding system built on trust and a good dose of faith.
Private provider for a fee
A private for-profit company can be established that offers restorative justice services according to a set fee schedule. The company hires employees or subcontractors who are trained to offer these services, then markets its services in the target area. This is the traditional, linear market economy model: I provide you certain services and you pay me the price that I demand for those services.
Contract with a private institution
Another option is for a restorative justice service provider to contract with a private institution, such as a church or a business for a particular fee arrangement. The clients to be served are the church members or the employees of the business.
Mar 31, 2011 Funding