Whether it’s a dispute with a police officer, neighbor, or classmate, CRCMC is there to broker agreements and avoid violence, lawsuits, and suspensions. Its Landlord-Tenant Mediation Program helps resolve conflict and builds understanding while providing a safe space for complaints and rebuilding community relations – particularly resonant in this year of pain, harm, and unrest. School programs focus on resolving conflict through teacher training, dialogue circles, and mediation; community programs include couples negotiating child custody, Spanish speakers in need of bilingual mediation, and others. Participants are more available for mediation online – an unexpected benefit of our virtual existence – and in more intense cases actually appreciate not facing each other in person. Restoring justice, mending relationships, supporting small businesses, creating safer schools and neighborhoods: this is the kind of healing we need.

Headquarters: MD-Montgomery County

Where They Operate: MD-Montgomery County

Age Groups Served: Youth (5-11); Pre-teen/teen (12-17); Young adult (18-24); Adult (25-49); Seniors (50+); All

Population(s) Served: All

Schools They Work In: Blair Ewing Alternative School; Sligo Middle School; Northwood High School; Loiederman Middle School; Paint Branch High High School; We provide services to any Montgomery County School however we have Mediatiators who are on site weekly at the schools listed above

  • Number of people (clients, patrons, students, etc) we serve annually:   9870
  • Number of hours of volunteer work we record annually:   9314
  • Conflict Management Trainings Provided to Correctional Facility Residents:   153
  • Number of Youth Served:   2553
  • Number of Mediation Cases that went to Agreement:   790

Awards & Recognition

2015 Nancy Dworkin Outstanding Service to Youth Award
2015 Distinguished Service to Public Education Award


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Budget (FY2023)

  • $3 million or higher
  • $1 million to $3 million
  • $500k to $1 million
  • The current budget for Conflict Resolution Center of Montgomery County is: Less than $500k

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