Mediation is a conflict resolution process in which a neutral mediator assists the parties through constructive discussion and negotiation of their issues in order to reach a mutually acceptable resolution. NCRC has two branches of professional mediation services: Divorce Mediation Group, for family law issues and West Coast Resolution Group, for litigated cases. NCRC also offers pro-bono mediation services for select community cases, which are described more under “Community Services”.
Contemplating divorce or separation but not sure what next steps to take? Join us at one of our informative workshops, which will help you decide how to proceed with your family law issues.
Through no-cost mediations for community based disputes and three other key initiatives – Avoiding the Pipeline to Prison, the Galinson Campus Civility Program, and the Empowerment Initiative - NCRC hopes to strengthen its mission of Empowering People & Transforming Cultures.
Conflicts arise in every aspect of life—at home and work, in classrooms and communities. When effective communication strategies reveal common ground, people are empowered to overcome differences. The National Conflict Resolution Center provides services and training that transform conflict into resolution.
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We believe there is a solution to every problem, and we can help you find it.