TRAININGS

Interested in becoming a volunteer mediator? Get trained through our 40 hour mediator courses and join the court civil roster or mediate as a private practitioner.

Given biannually, The Dispute Resolution Center…

 

 

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CASE STUDIES

Restorative Circles are a productive, peaceful way for students to resolve differences, work out conflict and understand how behavior affects others. Probate Mediation allows family members to discuss emotional issues in a calm, safe environment…

 

 

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EVENTS

The 2014 Spring Event honored the Peacemaking Court with Judge Timothy Connors, in recognition of just and humane resolution of social conflict. This annual fundraiser helps the DRC to continue to fulfill its mission…

 

 

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RESOURCES

Check this space for relevant articles, links and events regarding mediation, alternative dispute resolution, the law, court schedules and trainings. If you would like to view the Volunteer Mediator Handbook. Some of these resources may require a passcode…

 

 

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  • Mission & Values
    The Dispute Resolution Center of Washtenaw and Livingston Counties seeks to build peaceful communities by offering a variety of affordable conflict resolution services and trainings. In Washtenaw County, the Dispute Resolution...
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  • Get Involved
    Become a DRC volunteer. It’s rewarding, educational and empowering. Mediation training is available at a reduced rate with a one year commitment. There are many ways you can help support...
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  • In the Schools
    SAY YES – GET ON TRACK  (Training, Restorative, Attendance, Community, Knowledge) with the DRC’s School Programs. School Programs 1. Peer Mediation/Restorative Justice Program Peer mediation involves training students to become...
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