There are many types of conflict in which mediation can be useful.
Such as noise, property, animals, and lifestyle differences
Disputes over rent, leases, repairs or evictions
Such as co-worker disputes and supervisor/employee conflicts
Including business/neighbor and business/customer
Disagreements between residents over noise, living arrangements and parking.
Disputes such as those among living partners and/or between parents, dorm mates, and room mates.
School / Education
Disputes such as those among students and/or between parents, staff, and administration.
Disputes such as HOA, neighborhood issues.
Conflicts We Do Not Mediate
Conflict Resolution Center seeks to be a source for peaceful resolution of disputes among the community. While we do offer help on a variety of issues, there are some situations that are beyond our purview, for contractual or other reasons.
Similar to a mediation, but where both parties state their case for a neutral party to decide for them.
Domestic Violence and Abuse
Physical or other forms of abuse against significant others, children, or other family members.
Any situation involving a victim of a crime and the person who committed the crime.
Any violent disputes between and/or involving loosely affiliated or organized groups.
Issues between separating or divorcing couples seeking alternatives to trial.
Custody & Guardianship
Disputes with the purpose of establishing custody or guardianship of children, elders, pets, etc.
Civil or Commercial Litigation
Disputes in which parties are seeking money/remuneration or other specific, legally-binding remedies.