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Marple Township donates to Center For Resolutions

Center For Resolutions would like to thank the Marple Township Board of Commissioners for their generous donation of $1,500 for our continued support of the township’s Youth Aid Panels.  So far in 2013, the Marple Township Youth Aid Panels have seen 60 youth come before them for various offenses and have successfully helped 54 youth …

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Center For Resolutions implements a Mediation Program at West Chester University.

West Chester University President, Greg R. Weisenstein, is serious about promoting harmony and quality-of-life for his faculty, staff, and students.  So serious, in fact, that he has tasked his Associate Vice President of Human Resources, Michael Maloy, and his Director of Social Equity, Barbara Schneller, with spearheading a mediation program. Happily, Ms. Schneller knew to …

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Note from our Director of Mediation…

It was a lively evening at CFR Wednesday night for the Mediators Gathering as Team Phillies and Team Raiders faced off in a competitive game of Jeopardy.  Contestants were challenged with some tough questions about Ethical Issues in Mediation.  The judges followed the Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators to guide their decisions as they …

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New Youth Aid Panel Volunteers!

CFR would like to Congratulate our recent graduates of our Youth Aid Panel Training!  They will be joining the ranks of our NEW Eddystone Panel, Upper Darby YAP, Nether Providence YAP, and Marple Twp YAP.  Join me in Welcoming them to Panel!

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COSA’s Protective Service Case Managers Benefit from Mediation Training

COSA’s protective service case managers in Delaware County recently completed Basic Mediation Training. After learning about mediation they identified mediation skills and strategies as a much needed component for interventions. COSA’s programs aim to enable senior citizens to maintain their independence and dignity remain in their own homes and communities with appropriate support services, and …

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Center for Resolutions runs Youth Court in Chester High School

CFR attended Chester Youth Courts Forum at the US Attorney General’s Office in Philadelphia. CFR is proud to announce their participation in implementing and leading a Youth Court in a Chester, PA high school. Gregg Volz, a public interests lawyer, pioneered the City of Chester Youth Courts project. “Youth courts are effective alternatives to the …

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About Us

Center for Resolutions is a non-profit organization providing alternative dispute resolution services throughout Delaware and Chester Counties. Our mission is to empower youth, adults, families, businesses, and communities in discovering their own potential to generate effective, lasting resolutions and alternatives to conflict. Read More →

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Peer Mediation Train the Trainer Success

Center for Resolutions in conjunction with Coatesville Area School District completed a two day Train the Trainer course on January 16th and January 23rd, 2020. This is the culmination of planning, engagement and implementation by Center for Resolutions and Coatesville Area School District faculty. The students and faculty were fully immersed in the process (Orientation, …

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