Watauga Community Justice Coalition

The Watauga Community Justice Coalition (WCJC) is an inclusive group of community members and stakeholders working to implement restorative justice principles in the High Country through a set of collaboratively developed priorities.
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Our Top 5 Priorities Incude:
1. Develop and support a trauma-informed criminal justice and crisis response system.
2. Cross-train law enforcement /  First Responders & behavioral health providers.
3. Develop a local re-entry council.
4. Coordinate effective release planning with hospitals and area facility-based crisis centers.
5. Develop a post-booking jail diversion program.

WCJC is currently meeting virtually on the first Thursday of each month.

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  • July 2021 Watauga Community Justice Coalition
    Zoom
    Jul 01, 10:30 AM – 11:30 PM EDT
    Zoom
    Group of local stakeholders, service providers, community members and law enforcement working to implement restorative justice practices across the High Country.
  • August 2021 Watauga Community Justice Coalition
    Zoom
    Aug 05, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
    Zoom
    Group of local stakeholders, service providers, community members and law enforcement working to implement restorative justice practices across the High Country.
  • September 2021 Watauga Community Justice Coalition
    Zoom
    Sep 02, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
    Zoom
    Group of local stakeholders, service providers, community members and law enforcement working to implement restorative justice practices across the High Country.

Email: wataugalead@gmail.com

Phone: 828-406-8069

Contact us with any questions or to get help for yourself or someone you care about. 

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