Providing facilitative mediation services to businesses and residents the entire Thumb Region of Michigan.
A Catalyst For Peace
Alternative Dispute Resolution and Conflict Resolution are terms that are being used more and more in every facet of today’s business, education, medical and legal professions. Living in a democratic society, people understand the need to be able to trust their neighbor, contractor, attorney, landlord, consumer, accountant, doctor and local merchant. We depend on these trusting relationships to accomplish our goals and improve our place in life. Every so often, these relationships are tested through conflict.
The Resolution Center believes that conflict is a naturally occurring phenomenon and that it should be viewed as something positive. Conflict provides an opportunity for change. It is up to those involved in the conflict to make the change positive or negative.
Restoring and maintaining relationships is a positive event that helps to build community rather than fracture and destroy. The Resolution Center provides the non-adversarial dispute resolution process of mediation that offers people the chance to seize the opportunity of conflict and create something positive… to help build community. In this way, The Resolution Center is a catalyst for peace.
What Is Mediation?
Mediation is a process in which two or more people involved in a dispute meet in a private, confidential setting with a neutral person (a mediator) and work together to solve their problems.
Request A Mediation…
Call (586) 469-4714 or 1-800-8-RESOLVE
Center staff are available Monday – Friday , 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Mediation sessions can be scheduled during the day or evening.
The Resolution Center will attempt to furnish reasonable auxiliary aids and services to individuals with disabilities if given prior notice.
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Thanks to your generous support we were able to serve the following schools in 2016: Clintondale High, East Detroit High, Kelly Middle School, Kellwood High School and New Haven High School. Additionally, we began servicing Sterling Heights High School in January 2017!...
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