Juvenile Justice Family Group Conferencing (JJFGC) is a large group facilitated restorative dialogue between a youth who has committed an offense, the person who was harmed, and support systems for both the youth and the victim. This process is similar to the Victim Youth Conference in that the participants work together to identify the harms, understand the impacts, and determine what reparations are needed to repair the harms. The difference between a Victim Youth Conference and a JJFGC is the inclusion of support persons for both the youth and the victim. Another important distinction is the agenda; the JJFGC includes private family time. This private family time allows the family a safe space to discuss how they can support the youth in fulfilling reparations. After the youth and their family/support group develops a plan, it is presented to the victim and their support group for acceptance.