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  • Arbitration Services
    evidence submitted to the parties All testimony is given under oath and the Arbitrator has the power to subpoena witnesses when needed The Arbitrator will weigh the evidence and testimony submitted and issue a decision within 30 days of the hearing Read more Small Claims and Supreme Court Lemon Law Print Email The Lemon Law Arbitration program was established by the Attorney General and is administered by the New York State Dispute Resolution Association NYSDRA through its local members In Oneida County The Peacemaker Program Inc administers this program A new vehicle that was purchased leased or registered in New York State for personal use and which shows a serious problem or defect that is not corrected after four or more repair attempts or is out of service due to repair for at least 30 days within the first 18 000 miles or two years whichever comes first may be eligible for the Lemon Law Arbitration Program If successful the consumer will be entitled to either a full refund of the purchase price less an allowance for mileage over 12 000 miles or a comparable replacement vehicle The consumer will also be awarded a return of the 250 00 arbitration filing fee for an arbitrator s award in his or her favor Read more Lemon Law Invest in Your Community The Peacemaker Program Inc provides a continuum of services including skill development dispute resolution programs and child advocacy services through the use of carefully trained volunteers Our mission is to offer inclusive innovative approaches to resolve conflict and achieve positive outcomes for children families and the community Please consider supporting our efforts Amount USD EUR GBP CHF AUD HKD CAD JPY NZD SGD SEK DKK PLN HUF CZK ILS MXN Upcoming Events Third Thursday Attack of the Conflict Creatures 02

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/mediation/arbitration-services (2016-02-13)
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  • Become a Mediator
    working with experienced mediators Complete an additional 10 15 hours of supplemental training Be certified in accordance with standards set by the New York State Unified Court System Maintain their certification through yearly practice and training Additional opportunities become available as a volunteer s expertise and experience advance making family disciplines such as Parent Child Mediation and Divorce Mediation and other specialties such as Lemon Law Arbitration attainable over time Many of our volunteers continue to practice for years or even decades becoming extremely proficient and taking on continually more challenging cases and disciplines There are no general educational or employment requirements in order to become a Dispute Resolution volunteer An interested person must express interest including a willingness to make a substantial time commitment They then undergo the process of becoming a volunteer with The Peacemaker Program Inc How does the process work Submit an application click here Complete interview and screening process Pass a background check Complete training requirements All training programs are taught by experienced trainers who provide valuable information to meet a variety of learning styles Invest in Your Community The Peacemaker Program Inc provides a continuum of services including skill development dispute resolution programs and child advocacy services through the use of carefully trained volunteers Our mission is to offer inclusive innovative approaches to resolve conflict and achieve positive outcomes for children families and the community Please consider supporting our efforts Amount USD EUR GBP CHF AUD HKD CAD JPY NZD SGD SEK DKK PLN HUF CZK ILS MXN Upcoming Events Third Thursday Attack of the Conflict Creatures 02 18 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings Third Thursday Game Night 03 17 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings Come To The Table Gala Auction 04 09 2016 4 00 pm Category General Third Thursday Peace

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/mediation/become-a-mediator (2016-02-13)
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  • Inspire Solutions: Support Dispute Resolution
    families and the community The Peacemaker Program Inc has a proven ability and a successful track record Our staff and volunteers are professional reliable dedicated and compassionate By donating now you can help us continue to provide our confidential services conducted with the utmost integrity recognized and supported by the Courts We are the only local agency that offers problem solving without judgment requirements or other strings attached With your support we have saved millions of taxpayer dollars in our community and spared thousands of people from costly and unnecessary court battles Unresolved conflict between individuals results in community unrest Help us deal effectively with conflict before it affects us all Please consider a donation to The Peacemaker Program Inc Support The Peacemaker Program The Peacemaker Program Inc provides a continuum of services including skill development dispute resolution programs and child advocacy services through the use of carefully trained volunteers Our mission is to offer inclusive innovative approaches to resolve conflict and achieve positive outcomes for children families and the community Please consider supporting our efforts Amount USD EUR GBP CHF AUD HKD CAD JPY NZD SGD SEK DKK PLN HUF CZK ILS MXN Invest in Your Community The Peacemaker Program Inc provides a continuum of services including skill development dispute resolution programs and child advocacy services through the use of carefully trained volunteers Our mission is to offer inclusive innovative approaches to resolve conflict and achieve positive outcomes for children families and the community Please consider supporting our efforts Amount USD EUR GBP CHF AUD HKD CAD JPY NZD SGD SEK DKK PLN HUF CZK ILS MXN Upcoming Events Third Thursday Attack of the Conflict Creatures 02 18 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings Third Thursday Game Night 03 17 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings Come To The

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/mediation/inspire-solutions-support-dispute-resolution (2016-02-13)
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  • Advocacy
    Print Email like 8 year old Kelly One snowy night in January Kelly hid in her closet while her step father hurled insults and fists at her terrified mother Kelly heard every word and flinched with every blow She knew she was next The police came when neighbors called about the commotion at the broken down house on the hill A caseworker told Kelly Grab some clothes and get the car outside we ll take you somewhere to stay With a backpack of clothes and the blustery wind at her back Kelly left her home and her mother Along with this Kelly left behind her school her friends and the only life she knew Cindy a volunteer advocate was assigned by a Judge to speak up for Kelly Read more Advocates make a difference to children The Role of CCAP Print Email Child Custody Advocate Program volunteers assist children caught in the middle of difficult custody disputes The CCAP volunteer does this by looking into the background and current family situation for each child The advocate then provides the court with a carefully researched write up of the case which assists the court in making informed decisions concerning the child s custody and visitation Read more The Role of CCAP Invest in Your Community The Peacemaker Program Inc provides a continuum of services including skill development dispute resolution programs and child advocacy services through the use of carefully trained volunteers Our mission is to offer inclusive innovative approaches to resolve conflict and achieve positive outcomes for children families and the community Please consider supporting our efforts Amount USD EUR GBP CHF AUD HKD CAD JPY NZD SGD SEK DKK PLN HUF CZK ILS MXN Upcoming Events Third Thursday Attack of the Conflict Creatures 02 18 2016 6 00 pm Category

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  • Child Custody Advocate Program (CCAP)
    with a carefully researched write up of the case which assists the court in making informed decisions concerning the child s custody and visitation Children served by CCAP have a better chance at a positive relationship with their parents The CCAP program is a unique home grown service based largely on the very successful Court Appointed Special Advocate program formerly administered locally by The Peacemaker Program Inc The program is based on the belief that all children deserve the best possible outcomes when they are caught in the middle of difficult custody disputes Our advocates are appointed by a judge although a request can certainly be made to the judge for such an appointment Unfortunately we have only ever been able to serve a small number of children affected by the more than 4 000 custody petitions files annually in Oneida and Herkimer counties We are always eager to add dedicated volunteers to the ranks of advocated speaking up for children in court Invest in Your Community The Peacemaker Program Inc provides a continuum of services including skill development dispute resolution programs and child advocacy services through the use of carefully trained volunteers Our mission is to offer inclusive innovative approaches to resolve conflict and achieve positive outcomes for children families and the community Please consider supporting our efforts Amount USD EUR GBP CHF AUD HKD CAD JPY NZD SGD SEK DKK PLN HUF CZK ILS MXN Upcoming Events Third Thursday Attack of the Conflict Creatures 02 18 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings Third Thursday Game Night 03 17 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings Come To The Table Gala Auction 04 09 2016 4 00 pm Category General Third Thursday Peace for Rent 04 21 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings Third Thursday Ninety Second Solutions 05 19

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/advocacy/child-sustody-advocate-program-ccap (2016-02-13)
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  • Surrogate Decision Making Committee (SDMC)
    operated or funded by the Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities or the Office of Mental Health who do not have capacity to make informed decisions regarding major medical treatment and do not have a legally authorized surrogate to act on their behalf SDMC functions using specially trained volunteer panels that review declarations regarding a person s capacity and need for treatment then render a decision at a hearing SDMC decisions are rendered on average within 14 days from the time a case is received in our office SDMC offers a more timely person centered and cost free alternative to the court system to obtain informed consent for non emergency major medical treatment The SDMC process keeps all interested parties involved while putting the needs of the patient first More Information Print Email If you have questions or concerns about the quality of care being provided to a New York State citizen with a mental disability would like assistance or need additional information please contact the NYS Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs General Phone 518 549 0200 Voice TTY Dial 7 1 1 for the NYS Relay and give the operator 1 518 549 0200 E mail webmaster justicecenter ny gov SDMC Program NYS Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs 401 State Street Schenectady NY 12305 Website http www justicecenter ny gov services supports sdmc Invest in Your Community The Peacemaker Program Inc provides a continuum of services including skill development dispute resolution programs and child advocacy services through the use of carefully trained volunteers Our mission is to offer inclusive innovative approaches to resolve conflict and achieve positive outcomes for children families and the community Please consider supporting our efforts Amount USD EUR GBP CHF AUD HKD CAD JPY

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  • Become a Child Advocate
    our volunteers come from all backgrounds and walks of life As part of their 40 hours of initial training supplemented by court observation advocates will be educated in Courtroom Procedure Social Services The Juvenile Justice System Special Needs of Children Victimized by Abuse Neglect The basic characteristics required of a Child Advocate are A commitment to children Good communication skills Objectivity Responsibility The ability to talk with all kinds of people some of whom will be dealing with difficult issues Between 5 10 hours per month to dedicate to the program 21 years of age How does the process work Submit an application click here Complete interview and screening process Pass a background check Complete training requirements All training programs are taught by experienced trainers who provide valuable information to meet a variety of learning styles Invest in Your Community The Peacemaker Program Inc provides a continuum of services including skill development dispute resolution programs and child advocacy services through the use of carefully trained volunteers Our mission is to offer inclusive innovative approaches to resolve conflict and achieve positive outcomes for children families and the community Please consider supporting our efforts Amount USD EUR GBP CHF AUD HKD CAD JPY NZD SGD SEK DKK PLN HUF CZK ILS MXN Upcoming Events Third Thursday Attack of the Conflict Creatures 02 18 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings Third Thursday Game Night 03 17 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings Come To The Table Gala Auction 04 09 2016 4 00 pm Category General Third Thursday Peace for Rent 04 21 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings Third Thursday Ninety Second Solutions 05 19 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings Third Thursday Game Night 07 21 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings Subscribe to SOLUTIONS Keep up to date on all

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  • Training
    applications in Conflict Resolution The instructors are also practitioners certified under the New York State Unified Court System s guidelines to mediate and arbitrate disputes This combination of conceptual background and practical experience offers the widest possible range of ideas and techniques Each and every program uses state of the art multimedia presentations and can be designed to use a combination of Lecture Interactive Activities Group Discussion and Role Play to ensure that your objectives are met with the most power and impact Your organization can realize substantial savings by reducing the cost of conflict We work hard to keep your costs low and your return on investment high Whether you re looking to train your workforce challenge a youth group strategically plan with your board or listen to your community s voices in a town hall setting we can deliver the results you need at a cost you can afford Conflict Consultation Services Group Facilitation Equipment Software Program Building Trainings Register for Trainings Training Surveys Become a Challenge Facilitator Invest in Your Community The Peacemaker Program Inc provides a continuum of services including skill development dispute resolution programs and child advocacy services through the use of carefully trained volunteers Our mission is to offer inclusive innovative approaches to resolve conflict and achieve positive outcomes for children families and the community Please consider supporting our efforts Amount USD EUR GBP CHF AUD HKD CAD JPY NZD SGD SEK DKK PLN HUF CZK ILS MXN Upcoming Events Third Thursday Attack of the Conflict Creatures 02 18 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings Third Thursday Game Night 03 17 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings Come To The Table Gala Auction 04 09 2016 4 00 pm Category General Third Thursday Peace for Rent 04 21 2016 6 00 pm Category Trainings

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