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  • Support Us |
    1163 Richmond VA 23218 or Contributions can be mailed to Virginia Association for Community Conflict Resolution 315 Sherwood Ave Staunton VA 24401 Please memo checks VACCR Thank you Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Message You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Name Email Website Current ye r Leave this field empty Who is VACCR VACCR is a consortium of nine nonprofit community conflict resolution centers working to help Virginians resolve conflict constructively Please peruse our site to learn more about what we do how to access the services of member centers and how to support or become involved in community based conflict resolution in Virginia Read More Request a Speaker We would be glad to provide someone from VACCR to speak about the services and benefits of community conflict resolution centers Click here or call 1 888 VAPEACE Support VACCR Search Get a Peace Plate Explore VACCR org 2016 Training Events About VACCR Brochure Community Solutions History Home Job Volunteer Opportunities Mediation Shirts Member Only Forms Reports

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  • Contact Us |
    you want to be on the mailing list of your closest center by send a message to info vaccr org Please put Add me to contact list in subject line Link Your Website to VACCR Everyone is encouraged to link to the VACCR web site Here is a logo you can download and copy for your web site if you would like to use it in your link to VACCR Who is VACCR VACCR is a consortium of nine nonprofit community conflict resolution centers working to help Virginians resolve conflict constructively Please peruse our site to learn more about what we do how to access the services of member centers and how to support or become involved in community based conflict resolution in Virginia Read More Request a Speaker We would be glad to provide someone from VACCR to speak about the services and benefits of community conflict resolution centers Click here or call 1 888 VAPEACE Support VACCR Search Get a Peace Plate Explore VACCR org 2016 Training Events About VACCR Brochure Community Solutions History Home Job Volunteer Opportunities Mediation Shirts Member Only Forms Reports News Peace License Plate Services Statewide Projects Find a Center Resources Membership Support Us

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  • VA’s 2016 General Assembly Contemplates Mediation |
    120 The legislation would also treat custody appointments as separate appointments from support appointments for purposes of payment of fees to the mediator This effort is the culmination of two years of hard work by the Mediator Compensation Task Force MCTF which is made up of members from the Virginia Mediation Network and the Virginia Association of Community Conflict Resolution VACCR along with representatives from Dispute Resolution Services Even if you do not conduct court referred family mediations it is important that we all stand together in this effort to increase mediator compensation Hopefully in the future we will be able to address mediator compensation in other court referred cases But for now let your voice be heard on this very important issue Please contact your legislator today Below is a link to look up the contact information for your legislator Please take a few moments to send a message to your representatives on this important issue Look up your Legislator http whosmy virginiageneralassembly gov Send Email to State Delegate and State Senator Listing of House Members http virginiageneralassembly gov house members members php Listing of Senate Members http apps senate virginia gov Senator index php This post has no tag Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Message You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Name Email Website Current ye r Leave this field empty Who is VACCR VACCR is a consortium of nine nonprofit community conflict resolution centers working to help Virginians resolve conflict constructively Please peruse our site to learn more about what we do how to access the services of member centers and how to

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  • Giving Children in VA the Two-Parent Advantage |
    sit with an impartial neutral to develop plans for spending time with the child ren Even tricky topics such as how time with the child ren will be divided over the holidays can be tackled Co parenting classes will give parents information and tools to effectively communicate with each other and share parenting responsibilities Funding for this program is made available through the Department of Social Services Access and Visitation grant program To get access to the mediation program both parents need to be willing to mediate a parenting plan Also current contact information for both parents needs to be available Parents who meet these criteria should call VACCR s main telephone number 888 VA PEACE to connect to the closest center offering the services Or centers can be reached directly at the numbers below ReSOLUTIONS Woodstock 540 459 8799 Better Agreements Inc Blacksburg 540 552 1200 CMG Foundation Richmond 804 254 2664 Conflict Resolution Center Children s Trust Roanoke 540 342 2063 ext 24 FairField Center Harrisonburg 540 434 0059 ext 1 Mediation Center of Charlottesville 434 977 2926 NVMS Northern Virginia Mediation Service 703 865 7263 Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center Warrenton 540 347 6650 Peaceful Alternatives Community Mediation Amherst 434 929 8224 The Up Center Portsmouth 757 397 2121 ext 332 This post has no tag Who is VACCR VACCR is a consortium of nine nonprofit community conflict resolution centers working to help Virginians resolve conflict constructively Please peruse our site to learn more about what we do how to access the services of member centers and how to support or become involved in community based conflict resolution in Virginia Read More Request a Speaker We would be glad to provide someone from VACCR to speak about the services and benefits of community conflict resolution centers Click here

    Original URL path: http://www.vaccr.org/2015/11/giving-children-va-two-parent-advantage/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Landlord Tenant Mediation - Virginia
    landlord tenant disputes In mediation landlords and tenants can take the time to understand each other s situation and perspective Unlike in court they can craft workable payment plans if money is owed It is amazing how mediation can positively alter the relationship between a landlord and tenant To get more information on using mediation contact one of the centers listed on this site go to vaccr org or call 1 888 VAPEACE This post has no tag Who is VACCR VACCR is a consortium of nine nonprofit community conflict resolution centers working to help Virginians resolve conflict constructively Please peruse our site to learn more about what we do how to access the services of member centers and how to support or become involved in community based conflict resolution in Virginia Read More Request a Speaker We would be glad to provide someone from VACCR to speak about the services and benefits of community conflict resolution centers Click here or call 1 888 VAPEACE Support VACCR Search Get a Peace Plate Explore VACCR org 2016 Training Events About VACCR Brochure Community Solutions History Home Job Volunteer Opportunities Mediation Shirts Member Only Forms Reports News Peace License Plate Services Statewide

    Original URL path: http://www.vaccr.org/2015/02/landlord-tenant-mediation/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Neighborhood Mediation, Virginia Mediation
    to help settle neighborhood disputes Mediators can help parties discuss what is important to them and help them to create solutions that will work Does a relationship with a neighbor really get better after taking them to court For information about neighborhood or other types of mediation contact one of the centers listed go to VACCR org or call 1 888 VAPEACE This post has no tag Who is VACCR VACCR is a consortium of nine nonprofit community conflict resolution centers working to help Virginians resolve conflict constructively Please peruse our site to learn more about what we do how to access the services of member centers and how to support or become involved in community based conflict resolution in Virginia Read More Request a Speaker We would be glad to provide someone from VACCR to speak about the services and benefits of community conflict resolution centers Click here or call 1 888 VAPEACE Support VACCR Search Get a Peace Plate Explore VACCR org 2016 Training Events About VACCR Brochure Community Solutions History Home Job Volunteer Opportunities Mediation Shirts Member Only Forms Reports News Peace License Plate Services Statewide Projects Find a Center Resources Membership Support Us Contact Us What

    Original URL path: http://www.vaccr.org/2015/02/neighborhood-mediation-video/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Access to Justice Quicker with Mediation |
    time it takes for cases to be heard by a judge and for cases to be resolved through mediation in general district courts GDC and juvenile and domestic relations courts J DR in the nine regions across Virginia served by VACCR member centers most of whom hold contracts from the Supreme Court of Virginia to coordinate the provision of mediation services Click on this link to see the table Case Settlement Condensed Table While many courts in Virginia can connect petitioners with mediators who are paid by the Court to provide mediation free of charge people in conflict who do not want to wait for a court referral can contact a mediation center or mediator directly and pay for their services Center fees are responsive to client incomes so they should be affordable to all This post has no tag Who is VACCR VACCR is a consortium of nine nonprofit community conflict resolution centers working to help Virginians resolve conflict constructively Please peruse our site to learn more about what we do how to access the services of member centers and how to support or become involved in community based conflict resolution in Virginia Read More Request a Speaker We

    Original URL path: http://www.vaccr.org/2014/12/access-justice-faster-mediation/ (2016-02-12)
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  • March Mediation Month
    peacefulalt com for call in information o Fairfield Center Open House March 18 4 6 pm 111 N Market St Harrisonburg Call 540 434 0059 for more information o The Big Ethical Questions Slam March 23 7 30 10 pm at Ruby s lounge in Clementine s 153 S Main St Harrisonburg Call 540 434 0059 for more information o What Is My Conflict Style workshop March 26 7 8 30 pm at the John Musante Porter Branch Library in Stafford Call 540 659 4909 to register Offered by Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center o CMG Foundation in Richmond will be offering the following 3 free breakfast seminars at their office at 9100 Arboretum Parkway o Mediation A strategic solution for businesses Tuesday March 17th 8 30 9 30am o Mediation Helping LGBT families Tuesday March 24th 8 30 9 30am o Mediation Helping seniors and their families Tuesday March 31st 8 30 9 30am Phone 804 254 2664 or email info cmg foundation org to pre register Additional Information on Mediation Over 15 000 disputes were handled by mediators working through Virginia s courts and state institutions in 2014 and thousands more were mediated through dispute resolution centers and private mediation firms Over 94 of people surveyed who used mediation through the courts reported that the process was helpful and they would recommend it to others Many courts have mediation programs Community based dispute resolution centers are available in nine locations throughout Virginia and the Supreme Court of Virginia and Virginia Mediation Network keeps a list of mediators on their websites The services of mediators can be used at the convenience of the participants and before a court is involved Unlike in court participants can create and formalize plans to resolve future issues This post has no tag Who is

    Original URL path: http://www.vaccr.org/2015/03/march-mediation-month-events-scheduled/ (2016-02-12)
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