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  • Commercial, Contract, or Vendor-Consumer Mediation
    common ground and work towards a mutually acceptable goal The business world is full of opportunities for conflict Typically a consumer wants the product and service they paid for and a buisness owner wants to turn a profit and maintain their good reputation in the community The Peacemaker Program Inc can work towards these and other goals while keeping the needs concerns limitations and obligations of all parties in mind

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/mediation/community-mediation/commercialcontractvendor?tmpl=component&print=1&page= (2016-02-13)
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  • Workplace Mediation
    and individuals we work with Time lost to gossip and arguing during the workday Errors due to distracted personnel Staff hours needing constant adjustment to accomodate call ins Managers spending time as referees instead of managing Training and other costs associated with hiring replacements for lost staff Potential liability from harassment sress induced health effects and more These and countless other unbudgeted costs can affect your organization s bottom line

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/mediation/community-mediation/workplace?tmpl=component&print=1&page= (2016-02-13)
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  • Special Education Mediation
    way that upholds the dignity of all participants Under no circumstances will the rights of any party be compromised and parties are allowed to consider any and all alternatives that they feel meet their needs Mediation is part of the Due Process Rights guaranteed to you by Federal and New York State Law A parent or school can request mediation at any time during Due Process it can be an

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/mediation/community-mediation/special-education-iep?tmpl=component&print=1&page= (2016-02-13)
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  • Community Mediation ►
    in the dispute are resolved the parties can choose whether or not to continue this relationship While there are several secialized programs in this category any two people or organizations with a dispute can utilize our services Some of the more commonly used services are described below All of our community mediation programs are offered free of charge to the participants Student Peer or Student Teacher Print Email With such a large proportion of youth interaction happening at school inevitably there are going to be conflicts Luckily there are teachers counselors administrators parents and a wide variety of other observers who can see potentially problematic behavior and ask for intervention before it escalates out of control Peer mediation is an excellent option for intervention and it is available to any school in our area The service is convenient private and free of charge Read more Student Peer or Student Teacher Page 2 of 2 Start 1 2 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

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/mediation/community-mediation?start=6 (2016-02-13)
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  • Divorce & Separation Mediation
    whose relationships are ending can benefit from the service as they look to separate their lives and property What kind of issues can be discussed in Divorce Separation Mediation Any topic that is important to you Divorce mediators are trained to handle almost any imaginable issue Common topics of discussion include Temporary Interim Agreements during Separation Parenting Plans including Custody Visitation Financial Planning including Budgeting Income Assets Liabilities Spousal Maintenance aka Alimony and Child Support Division of Personal Property Who can participate in the mediation process Can I have an attorney present Anyone who has a stake in the process may attend the mediation sessions as long as the couple agrees Attorneys and other experts are welcome with the understanding that they are present as advisors and that the mediation is not a court proceeding Older children and other family members are also sometimes involved Are Divorce Mediators attorneys Divorce Mediators come from a wide variety of backgrounds including law social work and more However even if a mediator is AN attorney they are not YOUR attorney they are your mediator and cannot advise or represent you Though mediators are not in general required to be licensed in New York State Divorce Mediators who practice with The Peacemaker Program Inc are experienced professionals who are certified in accordance to the Unified Court System s standards They follow a stringent Code of Ethics set forth by the Unified Court System Is Divorce and Separation Mediation a replacement for an attorney No it is an alternative to or an excellent supplement to an attorney Divorce Mediators strongly recommend that parties consult knowledgeable experts whenever they need information Besides attorneys this can include accountants counselors and clergy While your Divorce Mediators can often offer legal and financial information they CANNOT and will not offer legal financial or other advice How much does the service cost The couple first purchases a pair of Divorce Workbooks for 25 each There is an hourly fee for the mediation sessions themselves which is based on the couple s combined income This fee ranges from 20 to 300 per hour The average number of hours needed to create an agreement is 2 4 though your mediators will work with you as long as it continues to be productive Some couples move more quickly and others need more time to address what is important to them The Divorce Mediators can also prepare a Divorce Agreement for a flat fee of 150 What is the Divorce Workbook and why do I need it The Divorce Workbook acts as a guide for separating couples to make the mediation process much smoother It has been developed by experts in the field and contains worksheets forms and other information on issues that a couple will need to address Each participant has their own workbook which they fill out independently and then compare to the other person s during the mediation session to help highlight areas of agreement and disagreement Sample pages from our

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/mediation/family-mediation/divorce-a-separation?tmpl=component&print=1&page= (2016-02-13)
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  • Custody & Visitation Mediation
    you and your children Our mediators will use common everyday language throughout most of the process How do you want to decide where your children go to school Who do you think should be able to authorize medical care for this child Where would it be easiest for you to have this child live How do you want to spend time with your child These and other questions will help

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/mediation/family-mediation/custody-a-visitation?tmpl=component&print=1&page= (2016-02-13)
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  • Child Support Mediation
    your family toward a plan that works better for you Our mediators will help you work through the formula in the Child Support Standards Act showing you the presumptively correct amount for each parent to contribute and defining some terms to make the process easier to understand Once that is clear the process can begin of customizing a support plan that ensures that your children remain healthy happy and taken

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/mediation/family-mediation/child-support?tmpl=component&print=1&page= (2016-02-13)
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  • Parent-Child & PINS Mediation
    can help both sides to understand the other s perspective Topics as simple and everyday as chores and curfews are commonly discussed as are areas as serious as sex drugs and crime We work hard to make sure that while both sides have an opportunity to speak and be heard we never undermine a parent s position in a family We are a PINS diversion process and work often with

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