The Healthy Conflict Culture Program for Supportive Housing teaches conflict resolution skills to staff and residents in supportive housing. It emphasizes key conflict resolution values of choice, impartiality, and empowerment. The program is a project of the CUNY Dispute Resolution Center and MH Mediate, made possible with funding from the AAA-ICDR Foundation.
The directory below contains information shared by conflict resolution organizations and practitioners who have indicated they are prepared to work with housing cases.
|Organization or Practitioner Name||Website||Phone Number||Full Address||Description of Services (50 words or less)||Costs of Services|
|Center for Conflict Resolution||www.ccrchicago.org||312-922-6464 x22||11 E Adams St., Suite 500 Chicago, IL 60603||Flexible, free, mediation services, provided by committed staff and volunteers continue to improve the lives of thousands of people each year who are able to participate in mediation as a way to resolve their dispute.||Free|
|Center for Dialog &Resolution||centerforresolution.org||253-572-3657||717 Tacoma Ave. South Tacoma, WA 98402||The CDR provides training, mediation, and group facilitation in conflict prevention and resolution. These programs often focus on housing and disAbilities.||$5-50,000|
|Cheryl Cohenfirstname.lastname@example.org||206-919-6763||2105 112th ave NE #200 Bellevue, WA 98004||I am available to provide mediation services to consumers needing this kind of help.||Hourly rate to be determined|
|Community Mediation DC||www.communitymediationdc.org||240-766-5311||PO Box 43175||CMDC provides mediation services at no cost to all DC residents, for all types of disputes, including and not limited to: landlord-tenant disputes, roommate challenges, neighborhood conflicts, family conflicts (co-parents, parent/teens, caring for ageing adults), disputes among tenant & condo associations, challenges with developers||$0|
|Community Mediation Services||www.mediationclarkcounty.org||5038944969||303 E 16th Street||Community Mediation Services provides affordable dispute and conflict resolution services in Clark County and beyond. We offer mediation, facilitation and education resources to agencies, non profits, businesses and residents. We specialize in family, homelessness, workplace and small claims cases.||$25-$250|
|Dispute Resolution Center of Kitsap County||www.kitsapdrc.org||3606980968||9004 Washington Ave NW||We mediate Landlord-Tenant disputes for a large variety of issues, from noise issues, to rent issues, to deposit issues, to damage disputes and more.||We operate on a sliding scale. We do not refuse services due to an inability to pay.|
|Dispute Resolution Center of Thurston County||www.mediatethurston.org||360.956.1155||PO Box 6184, Olympia WA 98507||Mediation - Facilitation - Youth Services - Training|
Conflict is a normal part of life. It can also be an opportunity for connection and understanding. Successfully resolving conflict hinges on engaging in difficult conversations in a safe, supportive environment. Serving as impartial facilitators, our trained, certified mediators provide a safe, productive space where people in conflict can express their needs and concerns, identify common ground and work toward mutually beneficial agreements.
|sliding fee scale, based upon income|
|Dispute Resolution Center of Tri-Cities||www.drctc.org||509-783-3325||5219 W Clearwater Ave Suite 11 Kennewick, WA 99336||Mediation, facilitation, conciliation, conflict coaching, training, and education services in Benton and Franklin Counties||$150/mediation session, can be reduced on a sliding scale according to income|
|Don Greenstein, JD||BLC.Law||703.980.6209||8th Floor 101 Arch Street|
Boston MA 02110
|Ombuds at Brandeis and housing mediator in Boston Munic courts.||$300 hr and I work on a sliding scale to make my services available to anyone who cannot afford my hourly rate|
|Institute for Mediation and Conflict Resolution (IMCR)||imcr.org||718585-1190||369 East 148th Street, Lower Level, Bronx, NY 10455||IMCR mediates all kinds of misdemeanors and minor felony cases as well as Civil cases. Other case types addressed are: Landlord/Tenant. Families, Consumer/Merchant and other interpersonal disputes. |
The Center also provides a forum for the resolution of Child Visitation, Lemon Law Arbitration and Special Education Mediation.
|Mediation and Restorative Services||www.mediationservice.org||763-422-8878||1201 89th Ave NE, Suite 380, Blaine MN 55434||We provide conflict resolution services for people experiencing housing issues, especially those who are facing eviction. We can help landlords and tenants resolve their conflicts peacefully and productively.||Free|
|Mediation Services of North Central Mass, Inc.||https://mediationncm.org/||978-466-9595||435 Lancaster Street, Suite 224, Leominster, MA 01453||Mediation services are offered to people with scheduled hearings in the small claims sessions of the Gardner, Fitchburg, Leominster and Winchendon District Courts. We also mediate Community-based conflicts so that parties can avoid court (i.e. contract and money disputes, property damage, neighborhood feuds, noise complaints, family disputes, etc.). We also offer conflict coaching to one side of the conflict, particularly when the other party is unwilling to mediate.||$150/3 hours (sliding depend incom|
|NORTHWEST MEDIATION CENTER||www.nwmediationcenter.com||509-456-0103||35 W MAIN AVE STE 230||NMC is a Dispute Resolution Center, under Washington State statute, RCW 7.75, providing mediation, mediator training and certification, and community conflict resolution education. Our mission is to foster, provide and teach peaceful problem solving.||Sliding scale based on gross household income.|
|Quabbin Mediation||www.quabbinmediation.org||978/544-6142||13 South Main St.||Mediation services and mediation training, particularly for veterans and military connected people.||free or very low cost based on an affordable sliding fee scale|
|Tauno Biltsted||www.umbrelladialogue.org||9174706228||21 Avenue C 5D, NY, NY 10009||Using techniques drawn from mediation, motivational interviewing, conflict coaching, trauma-informed counseling, and participatory facilitation, I work with individuals, opposing parties, and groups to assess current dynamics, seek creative solutions to complicated problems, and develop plans for deeper collaboration.||Sliding scale|
|The Institute for Mediation and Conflict Resolution||imcr.org||718-585-1190||369 East 148th Street, Lower Level, Bronx, NY 10455||Mediation services in areas such as: Harassment; Pre-pins mediation; Housing Disputes; Special Education; Petit Larceny; Work Place Complaints; Auto Lemon Law; Assault; Criminal Trespass; Landlord/Tenant; Elder Mediation; Breach of Contract; Child Custody & Visitation; Vesid/Access Mediation||Free|
|Volunteers of America Dispute Resolution Center||www.voaww.org/drc||425-339-1335||2801 Lombard Avenue||Dispute Resolution Services: Mediation, Conciliation, Conflict Coaching, referrals||sliding scale--depends on funding sources and income of client|
|Wenatchee Valley Dispute Resolution Center||www.wvdrc.org||509-888-0957||PO Box 3391, Wenatchee, WA 98807||Wenatchee Valley Dispute Resolution Center, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving Chelan and Douglas counties, provides mediation, training, facilitation and other programs to assist people in reaching a peaceful resolution of their disputes.||Mediation $175-$190/party; sliding scale available|
|Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center||www.whatcomdrc.org||3606760122||206 Prospect Street||We provide conflict resolution and communication training, individual coaching, mediation, and facilitation services.||sliding scale|