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Project Reset: Bronx brings together participants and community volunteers for restorative justice discussions.

Restorative justice emphasizes healing, accountability, and repair after crime or harm has been committed. During restorative circle discussions, participants explore the underlying circumstances that led to their arrests and how they can move forward and avoid future contact with the justice system. 


Volunteers from the Bronx community play an active role in restorative circle discussions, share stories from their own lives, and help participants build stronger community ties. Restorative circle discussions last three hours and can be completed in one day.  Individual counseling sessions are also offered on an as-needed basis.

Become a Volunteer

Project Reset: Bronx  relies on you, people from the Bronx community, to volunteer and run restorative circles. During circle discussions, volunteers share stories from their own lives and help participants strengthen community ties. Learn more about the stipend you can earn, the time commitment, and what being a volunteer means.

If you would like to volunteer for Project Reset, please click here to  visit our volunteer platform.

Legal Advice Available

You may hire an attorney or if you cannot afford an attorney, please click to find more information on which attorney you should contact at no cost to you. 


To participate or ask a question, please contact us:


Phone: 718.618.1550

Website: Bronx Community Solutions


215 E 161st St.
NY 10451

Located at 3rd Ave/E 162nd Street on the Bx15, Bx21, Bx6, Bx6-SBS​​

Please check your DAT for your return court information.

If your DAT returns to court on a Monday, Wednesday, or Friday

Contact The Legal Aid Society, Anthony Posada,, 212.577.3385.

If your DAT returns to court on a Tuesday or Thursday

Contact Bronx Defenders, Avery McNeil,, 718.838.7878.

Eligibility in the Bronx

You may be eligible for Project Reset if:

  • You were arrested in the Bronx;

  • You are 18-years-old or older;

  • You were issued a Desk Appearance Ticket (DAT) for a non-violent misdemeanor crime;

  • The Bronx District Attorney's Office determines that your case is eligible.

The final decision about eligibility rests with the Bronx District Attorney's Office. 

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