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"Peace is not the absence of conflict but the presence of creative alternatives for responding to conflict."
           ~ Dorothy Thompson

There are several ways you can support CMCCC. . .

Designate funds to CMCCC through the United Way Campaign. . . our United Way Combined Federal Campaign number number is 73087.

 

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A small portion of your purchase price will be donated to your designated charity. 

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Click here to see pictures CMCC Past Acitivities

 


The Facing Fences- Southern Maryland project was documented in a book edited by Vicki and Dusty Rhoades. The book is available at Amazon.com.

Fences, boundaries, barriers and perceptions

are discontinuities that represent both challenge and opportunity. 

Where there is trumoil, there is also possibility. 

 

 

What is Mediation?

Mediation is an opportunity to manage conflicts differently. With the help of mediators, you can discuss issues and talk about your concerns. In mediation, you — not the mediator — control the decisions and the outcome.

 

How Does Mediation Work?

Mediation brings people in conflict together in a comfortable and safe setting. The mediators help you talk to each other to clarify goals, gather information, and identify options. It is up to you to decide what will meet your needs as you manage the conflict. What is discussed with the mediators is kept private and confidential.

 

What are the Benefits of Mediation?

  • Mediation is convenient and there is no charge for the participants. Donations are always welcome and are encouraged in domestic cases that involve parenting plans and property issues.
  • Mediation is confidential.
  • You make your own decisions about how to deal with the conflict.
  • Solutions that you arrive at will be far more satisfying and lasting than anything imposed upon you by others.
  • 91% of people who participate in mediation would recommend it to others involved in conflict.

Upcoming Events. . .

October 15 or 16:  Conflict Resolution Day lunch, Peace Builder Award will be presented. More information to follow. Date TBD

October 17:  Wine Tasting fundraiser at Friday's Creek.  More information to follow.

November 13 - 15 and November 20 - 22 Basic Mediation Training, More information to follow.

 

Contact:

Sheri Tardio , Director of Operations

P.O.Box 807

Solomons, Md 20688

443-295-7456 (Office)