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Advoz

53 North Duke St., Ste. 303
Lancaster, PA 17602-2841 (Lancaster County)
717-397-2404 (Phone)

Contact: Chris Wenden, Executive Director & Chris Fitz, Director of Community Engagement
Website: http://advoz.org
Specialties: Business, Community, Construction, Co-parenting, Elder Issues, Employment, Family Business, Child Custody, Groups/Orgs, Heirs & Beneficiaries, Insurance, Intercultural, Labor/Mgmt, Landlord/Tenant, Orphans Court, Probate & Trusts, Real Estate, Religious, Schools, Special Education, Training, Victim-Offender/Corrections, Divorce, Families
Center Profile: Advoz was formed in 2017 from the merger of two long-standing programs in Lancaster: Conflict Resolution Services (formerly Lancaster Mediation Program) and Center for Community Peacemaking (formerly LAVOPR). Advoz offers mediation services able to handle family, custody-divorce, business, neighborhood and elder issues, as well as facilitations and trainings in mediation, communication and conflict resolution. In addition, Advoz has an active dialogue-focused Restorative Justice program in referral relationships with Lancaster County's juvenile justice system and Youth Aid Panels among other justice system entities. The programs include Restorative Justice (Victim-Offender) Conferencing, Making Peace Workshops for Youth-Parents and Circle Process (Peacemaking Circles) for groups. Together they empower participants to address and heal the harm, and make our communities safer.
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Center for Alternatives in Community Justice

215 Robin Alley
State College, PA 16801 (Centre County)
814-234-1059 (Phone)
814-234-0915 (Fax)

Contact: Evelyn Wald, Executive Director
Website: http://www.cacj.us
Specialties: Business, Community, Co-parenting, Environment, Child Custody, Groups/Orgs, Labor/Mgmt, Landlord/Tenant, Non-Profit Organizations, Schools, Small Claims, Special Education, Training, Divorce, Families
Center Profile: Begun in 1976, CACJs mission is to work with the community and justice system to promote, develop and implement effective alternatives that preserve human dignity, restore, heal and empower individuals. The agency collaborates with local judges, district justices, police, prison staff, attorneys and human services to design and implement programs in Centre County.
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Center for Resolutions

26 East 4th Street
Media, PA 19063 (Delaware County)
610-566-7710 (Phone)
610-566-7674 (Fax)

Contact: Paul Summers, Executive Director
Website: http://www.center4resolutions.org
Specialties: Community, Conflict Coaching, Co-parenting, Dental Services, Employment, Child Custody, Landlord/Tenant, Schools, Training, Youth, Divorce, Families
Center Profile: Center for Resolutions provides ADR services in Delaware and Chester counties. Our mediation program encompasses family, neighbor, business, municipal, custody and school disputes. Other services include conflict coaching, peer mediation, facilitation,bullying prevention and Youth Aid Panel training. Please visit our website for our training schedule.
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CORA Good Shepherd Mediation (formerly Good Shepherd Mediation Program)

8540 Verree Raod
Philadelphia, PA 19111 (Philadelphia County)
215-843-5413 (Phone)

Contact: Sue Wasserkrug
Website: http://www.phillymediators.org
Specialties: AIDS, Community, Conflict Coaching, Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Dental Services, Elder Issues, Employment, Child Custody, Groups/Orgs, Heirs & Beneficiaries, Landlord/Tenant, Non-Profit Organizations, Orphans Court, Probate & Trusts, Religious, Schools, Small Claims, Training, Victim-Offender/Corrections, Divorce, Families
Center Profile: CORA Good Shepherd Mediation (formerly Good Shepherd Mediation Program), established in 1984, is a neighborhood justice center located in Philadelphia. CORA GSM uses a voluntary mediation process designed to resolve interpersonal and community conflicts peacefully. Good Shepherd also offers training and consulting in a variety of dispute resolution areas including: basic mediation, advanced mediation, divorce & custody mediation, conflict coaching, communication and conflict resolution, restorative practices, workplace conflict resolution and peer mediator training.
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Mediation Services of Adams County

P.O. Box 4113
Gettysburg, PA 17325 (Adams County)
717-334-7312 (Phone)

Contact: Janet Powers
Website: http://www.mediateadams.org
Specialties: Business, Community, Conflict Coaching, Co-parenting, Construction, Dental Services, Elder Issues, Child Custody, Groups/Orgs, Intercultural, Landlord/Tenant, Non-Profit Organizations, Religious, Small Claims, Training, Victim-Offender/Corrections, Youth, Divorce, Families
Center Profile: Mediation Services of Adams County is a 501(c)3 organization composed of certified volunteer mediators who provide training in mediation and negotiation skills, as well as conflict resolution services on a sliding scale for individuals and groups in the Gettysburg area.
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Neighborhood Dispute Settlement

2001 N. Front Street, Building 1, Ste. 211
Harrisburg, PA 17102 (Dauphin County)
717-233-8255 (Phone)
717-233-3261 (Fax)

Website: http://www.neighborhooddisputesettlement.org
Specialties: Community, Conflict Coaching, Child Custody, Landlord/Tenant, Schools, Training, Youth, Divorce, Families
Center Profile: Neighborhood Dispute Settlement provides a neutral nonviolent setting for individuals in conflict and provides trained experienced volunteer mediators to facilitate cooperation between them. The primary goal is to facilitate reconciliation between disputing parties. In addition to providing services in Dauphin and Cumberland counties, we also serve Perry County.
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Susquehanna Valley Mediation, Inc.

713 Bridge Street, Suite 3
Selinsgrove, PA 17870 (Snyder County)
570-374-1718 (Phone)

Contact: Susan Jordan, Executive Director
Website: http://www.svmediation.org
Specialties: Civil Rights, Community, Conflict Coaching, Co-parenting, Elder Issues, Employment, Child Custody, Groups/Orgs, Landlord/Tenant, Non-Profit Organizations, Religious, Small Claims, Training, Victim-Offender/Corrections, Youth, Divorce, Families
Center Profile: Susquehanna Valley Mediation is a community mediation center that provides mediation, facilitation and training services to support constructive responses to conflict in the Susquehanna Valley. We collaborate with area courts, social service agencies, criminal justice agencies and schools. Trained volunteers are available six days a week to facilitate conversations between people in conflict.
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The Center for Victims: Conflict Resolution and Education Department

3433 East Carson Street, Suite 300
Pittsburgh, PA 15203 (Allegheny County)
412-482-3240 X501 (Phone)
412-482-3241 (Fax)

Contact: Vanessa Mayers-Snyder
Website: http://www.centerforvictims.org
Specialties: Community, Conflict Coaching, Domestic Violence, Elder Issues, Gang, Schools, Victim-Offender/Corrections
Center Profile: The Center for Victims helps restore and build relationships between families, individuals and communities. Trained mediators are available to assist individuals, families and groups to engage in constructive conversations and resolve conflicts peacefully.
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The Peace Center

102 West Maple Avenue
Langhorne, PA 19047-2820 (Bucks County)
215-750-7220 (Phone)
215-750-9237 (Fax)

Contact: Danny Thomas, Executive Director
Website: http://www.thepeacecenter.org
Specialties: Child Custody, Community, Conflict Coaching, Co-parenting, Elder Issues, Families, Family Business, Groups/Orgs, Heirs & Beneficiaries, Intercultural, Non-Profit Organizations, Public Policy, Religious, Schools, Small Claims, Training, Youth
Center Profile: The Peace Center provides school training for peer mediation, conflict management, and a safe school environment. Programs for neighborhood/community mediation, workshops for conflict management, counseling for anger management, and parenting resources.
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