Our important work of creating peace in the community could not be achieved without the work of our volunteer mediators.
Who Are Mediators?
Mediators are community residents who have been trained under the guidelines set forth by the State Court Administrative Office.
A mediator is the neutral person that is in control of the mediation process. They assist parties in defining the issues of a dispute and help find solutions to them.
Mediators DO NOT:
A Mediator Does Not:
- Take sides
- Force any party to reach an agreement
- Offer legal advice
Qualifications To Become A Mediator:
- Successfully complete a 40-Hour Mediation Training Course established by the Michigan Supreme Court.
- Complete mediation education credits on an annual basis
To become a mediator:
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