PGCCCP provides restorative circles to support organizations, workplaces, and schools where circles are used or requested. Restorative Circles are used to create more connection between people sharing an environment and include regularly scheduled meetings that take place in a circle on a consistent basis. Circles use a talking piece to designate whose turn it is to speak. A talking piece can also be used to cultivate an atmosphere of respect. When first initiated, time is devoted to developing a set of guidelines for how people will conduct themselves during the circle. The circle keeper asks questions and prompts called rounds aimed at helping those in the circle find common interests, ideas, and experiences that will build connections between them. It is out of these community-building circles that participants can support each other within the community who are in conflict. Restorative Circle Processes are tailored to the group who requests the services.