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Divorce Arbitration - an alternative dispute resolution method by which an independent, neutral third person hears, considers the merits of the dispute and renders a final and binding decision called an Arbitration Award.
Parent/Child Mediation - a mediation service which offers an alternative approach to solving problems that develop between parents and their children.
Conflict Resolution - a constructive approach to interpersonal and inter-group conflicts that helps people with opposing positions work together to arrive at mutually acceptable solutions.
Peer Mediation - a negotiation-based strategy that teaches student mediators alternative strategies to help resolve conflict among their peers.
Anger Management - help students learn how to control their emotions and to provide life-skill strategies (e.g. problem-solving).
Community Mediation - promoting alternative dispute resolution processes that enable individuals and groups to resolve conflicts without litigation.
Community Advocate - The Community Advocate on staff assists complainants throughout the police complaint process.
Police Complaint Intake - We provide a safe, neutral, non-police environment for citizens to initiate the complaint process when they believe they were inappropriately treated by Rochester Police officers or subjected to police misconduct.
Education Mediation - a process in which adults/children with disabilities and work/school districts meet with a neutral person, a mediator, to work out differences in a collaborative way.
Specialty Programs - The Center’s third party neutral services provide access to independent and neutral mediators, arbitrators, fact-finders, facilitators and dispute resolution specialists.