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  • Peer Mediation Programs
    a variety of Mediation Styles This approach allows you to use the best resources you already have the people who know your organization best Each participant will receive 40 hours of classroom instruction on topics such as Confidentiality Dynamics of Conflict Empowerment Self Determination Power Imbalance Opening Statements Communication Organizing Information Verbal and Written Agreements We work closely with your particular group to develop and implement your program to your

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/program-building/122-peer-mediation-programs?tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page= (2016-02-13)
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  • Challenge Programs
    enjoyable way to get your subjects across Our programs teach you to develop and implement a curriculum based on Experiential Learningl Programs developed are targeted to organizations which deal with youth from ages 9 to 21 years of age although the concepts and many of the activities are appropriate for any age These programs are great for such organizations as the YMCA YWCA Boy and Girl Scouts and Church Youth

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  • Conflict Resolution Training
    of Conflict Handling Escalation Confrontation Effective Conflict Resolution And over 20 more issues and topics Your training will begin with an overview of the development of our unique style of training You will learn a variety of Learning Theories and how they apply to adaptations of materials and techniques You will learn how to adapt a topic for a variety of audiences in order to maximize the impact of the

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/program-building/124-conflict-resolution-training?tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page= (2016-02-13)
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  • SDMC Panel Sustains Man's Quality of Life
    man s caregivers were very emotional at the SDMC hearing because chances were that if consent were given for the tube s placement it was likely he d be moved to a different facility or nursing home where they would be better equipped to provide care It was apparent that the caregivers really loved this man One nurse was in tears talking about the house staff s relationship with him over the last 20 years The caregivers testified that one of the few pleasures the man had was eating and that he wouldn t experience tasting his food or eating by mouth again if he were to get a feeding tube After the panel asked questions from the caregivers and a doctor they went into deliberation and decided that at this man s age the tube was not in the man s best interest and that he wouldn t enjoy a good quality life after the procedure The consent request was denied After hearing the doctor s testimony and then the SDMC panel s decision some thought this man s time on Earth was nearly at an end The SDMC panel s decision was contested by the facility in Supreme

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/news-a-photos/story-of-the-month/60-sdmc-panel-sustains-mans-quality-of-life?tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page= (2016-02-13)
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  • Children Reunite with Mother
    school were aware of some of the issues and had called Child Protective Services many times When the Caseworkers arrived at the home the girls always changed their story because they were afraid The Volunteer Advocate went to the home and met with the little girls the oldest of the three said she was scared to talk at her grandmothers house The Volunteer promised to go to school to see them the next day While speaking with the two oldest girls the Advocate assured them that they Judge cares about them and wants them to be safe The young girls began to tell the Advocate of the tortures they had been enduring over the last few years They spoke of being emotionally and physically abused and the pain they felt After their conversation the Advocate spoke with several of Mom s friends AA members Social Workers and even the Housing Agency whom were all a part of moms large support team She was assured that mom was ready to get her girls back Together they put a plan in place so the girls could come home to their Mother The Volunteer Advocate prepared a report for the Family Court Judge

    Original URL path: http://www.thepeacemakerprogram.org/news-a-photos/story-of-the-month/59-children-reunite-with-mother?tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page= (2016-02-13)
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  • A Parent-Child Success Story
    been on a flight back home at noon but since she was in my office at 11 30 that wasn t going to happen Her parents had threatened to have her arrested if she did not come home and she was terrified at the thought of going to jail After getting as much information as I could from the girl I called her parents They were furious upon learning that their daughter had chosen to stay in Rome and were determined to call the police At a break in the conversation I asked How does that solution benefit you and how does it benefit your daughter The question stopped them cold They finally realized that I wasn t stepping in as an advocate for their daughter I was offering them a chance to find solutions that worked for everyone They agreed to give me one day to set up a mediation The next day we did a mediation with the girl her girlfriend her girlfriend s parents and her own parents via phone Over the course of nearly five hours plans were made for school jobs clothes travel and more The girl was going to stay in Rome with the

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  • Table Designers Wanted!
    Table Designers Wanted The Peacemaker Program is seeking creative talented members of the community to submit designs for our 2016 Annual Come To The Table Gala Auction fundraising event Table Designers put together unique creations following a theme of their choice to be sold at silent auction The deadline for signing up to be a table designer is February 15th so don t wait until it s too late To complete our Table Designer Registration Form click here To learn more about Come to the Table click here Already a table designer Contact us for information rules sponsor letters and more For questions and comments please call 315 724 1718 or e mail the Table Design Chair AcyMailing Joomla Newsletter System 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 the latest news and events at The Peacemaker Program with our SOLUTIONS newsletter Goto Top

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  • Happy Giving Tuesday!
    Opportunities Volunteer Opportunities Privacy Policy Registered User Login Contact Happy Giving Tuesday Happy Giving Tuesday While we re all giving thanks and getting deals it s a perfect time for giving back Please consider investing in your community by giving to The Peacemaker Program We multiply the impact of your dollars by speaking up for the disabled giving a voice to children in court solving problems with families in crisis and resolving conflict in every corner of our community You can Give Now by Clicking Here The Peacemaker Program Inc is a registered 501 c 3 All donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law AcyMailing Joomla Newsletter System 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 the latest news and events at The Peacemaker Program with our SOLUTIONS newsletter Goto Top Home Site Map Mediation Community Mediation Small Claims Supreme

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