The Conflict Compass program is a project of the CUNY Dispute Resolution Center and MH Mediate, made possible with funding from the AAA-ICDR Foundation.
Organizations with Resources for Families
If your organization would like to partner with Conflict Compass to share our resources with your staff and constituents, and be part of our online directories, please click here.
Note: You can see a description of each organization by hovering your mouse cursor over their printed Name.
|2001 S. Street NW, Suite 630
|Advocates for Children of NY
|151 W 30th, 5th Floor
|Adoptive and Foster Family Coalition of New York
|108 Main St
|Alaska Parent Teacher Association
|555 W Northern Lights Blvs, STE 204
|Baltic Street AEH,inc.
|250 Baltic Street
|Child Mind Institute
|101 East 56th Street
|4 W 125 Street, 2nd Floor
|Community Access Unlimited
|80 W Grand Street
|Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
|55 E. Jackson, Suite 490
|Families On The Move of NYC, Inc.
|358 St. Marks Place
|Families Together in New York State
|737 Madison Avenue
|The Family Center
|493 Nostrand Ave. Third Fl.
|Family Partners of Hudson County
|911 Bergen Ave, 2nd Floor
|Good Shepherd Services
|305 7th Avenue
|Harlem Dowling-West Side Center for Children and Family Services
|2139 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd.
|Mental Hygiene Legal Service - 2nd Judicial Department
|600 Old Country Road, Suite 224
|Modern Family Center (Spence-Chapin)
|410 East 92 street
|National Alliance on Mental Illness of NYC (NAMI NYC)
|505 8th Avenue, Suite 1103
|NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
|42-09 28th Street
|NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
|2 Lafayette Street
|Otsego County Youth Bureau
|197 Main Street
|Vibrant Emotional Health
|50 Broadway, 19th Floor
Conflict Resolution Services
This is a directory of conflict resolution services which self-identify as serving families and being sensitive to mental health. Services interested in being part of this directory can click here to access a form to submit your information. You may use the DRMH Initiative’s program for conflict resolvers as a means of demonstrating sensitivity to mental health.
|Description of Services (50 words or less)
|Costs of Services
|Central Susquehanna Valley Mediation Center, Inc.
|CSVMC is a community conflict mediation center specializing in family mediation. We mediate all forms of family conflict, including custody, divorce, parenting, parent/child, and marital mediation. We also offer neighbor, workplace and other forms of community mediation. We support all parties in conflict, assisting them in listening to one another, making decisions together and considering their various options for next steps.
|713 Bridge Street, Suite 3, Selinsgrove PA 17870
|$20 fee to open a case. No one is turned away for lack of ability to pay.
|Cleveland Mediation Center
|Cleveland Mediation Center provides mediation services to Northeast Ohio including mediation services for families (sibling conflict, parent/child conflict, dissolution of marriage, and custody and visitation issues), neighbors, and to resolve disputes between landlords and tenants to prevent eviction.
|1701 Payne Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44110
|Sliding fee scale
|Creative Response to Conflict
|Conflict resolution, bias awareness, peer mediation, restorative justice
|145 College Road, room 4300 Suffern, NY 10901
|Dispute Resolution Institute, Inc.
|The mission of Dispute Resolution Institute is to help people in conflict find common ground, resolve disputes, and reach agreement. We envision a world where mediation and other forms of dispute resolution are the first choice for people in conflict. We offer mediation services at no or low cost.
|PO Box 1136, Carbondale, IL 62903
|Dependent on income
|Dr. Gary Lacefield
|I have been a practicing mediator for over 35 years. I specialize in mediations having to do with the parent child relationship. I have mediated cases involving behavioral and spectrum related issues.
|121 Silver Ridge Ct, Burleson, Texas 76028
|$125.00/per hour per party.
|Institute for Mediation and Conflict Resolution
|Alternative Dispute Resolution service: The mission of IMCR is to transform conflict through conversation by offering mediation and conflict resolution services and training in nonviolent principles and skills which empower individuals to respond constructively to conflict.
|384 East 149th Street, Suite 330, Bronx, NY 10455
|New York Peace Institute
|We provide free conflict resolution services in Manhattan and Brooklyn. New York Peace Institute provides mediation, 1 on 1 conflict coaching, restorative justice, or group processes for anyone involved in a conflict or dispute. We can provide services for all types of conflicts; co-parenting, civil or criminal court, neighbor, noise, workplace, or school.
|210 Joralemon Street