Whether its a dispute with a police officer, neighbor, or classmate, CRCMC is there to broker agreements and avoid violence, lawsuits, and suspensions. Its Police Complaint Mediation Program helps resolve conflict and build understanding between officers and residents, providing a safe space for resolving complaints and rebuilding police and 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
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Awards & Recognition
2015 Nancy Dworkin Outstanding Service to Youth Award
2015 Distinguished Service to Public Education Award
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- The current budget for Conflict Resolution Center of Montgomery County is: Less than $500k
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