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The Resolution Center

Evening at the Movies 2018

An Extravaganza of Fun to Benefit The Resolution Center’s Youth and School Based Programs. Help Support Peer Mediation & Restorative Justice Initiatives More »

2017 Youth Programs Snapshot

Please join us for the 25th Annual “Evening at the Movies” to support The Resolution Center’s youth programs

Thanks to your generous support we were able to serve the following schools in 2017:

  • Clintondale High School
  • Eastpointe High School
  • Eastpointe Middle School
  • Endeavour Middle School
  • New Haven High School
  • Sterling Heights High School

Here’s a snapshot of 2017:

2017 Youth Programs Snapshot

1,663 DISPUTES FACILITATED

1,378 Restorative Practices cases (adult facilitated sessions)
252 Peer Mediation cases (student mediator-led sessions)
33 Special Education Matters (matters arising from an IEP)
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Introduction to Restorative Practices 2018

REGISTER NOW! March 23, 2018 - 4-hour Introduction to Restorative Practices and Compliance with Michigan’s Law on Restorative Practices. Learn the basic concepts behind the use of Restorative Practices and the effects on school climate and how to be in compliance with Michigan’s legislation for schools. More »

Goodman Sheikh PC

Saleema Goodman
235 South Gratiot
Mt. Clemens, MI 48043
586.463.5821

2016 Youth Programs Snapshot

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! More »

Restorative justice serves as alternative to ‘zero tolerance’ policies at New Haven school

David Gillis has contracted with New Haven Community Schools as its restorative practices coordinator for the past five years. More »

2015 Youth Programs Snapshot

In 2015 The Resolution Center partnered with Kelly Middle School, East Detroit High School, Clintondale High School and New Haven High School to implement Peer Mediation and Restorative Practices for Discipline. More »

2014 Youth Programs Snapshot

In 2014 The Resolution Center partnered with Kelly Middle School, East Detroit High School, Clintondale High School and New Haven High School to implement Peer Mediation and Restorative Practices for Discipline. Here’s a snapshot of 2014: More »

Mediation: Getting to the Heart of the Matter

Many parties involved in civil disputes are overwhelmed waiting for their day in court and a chance to be heard. When the day finally arrives, they are disappointed if they feel that they still weren’t heard. They’ll tell their stories to clerks, their attorneys, and anyone who will listen. Even after telling their story to a judge, they are left with a false feeling of relief that the problem or issue has been resolved, and end up frustrated again when yet another problem arises. They become frightened at the prospect of having to return to the intimidating court process. This has been a persistent problem and one that continues to plague courts daily. More »

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