About Us

 As a division of Community Mediation Maryland, Prince George's Community Collaborative Resolution Center ensures that Prince George’s County residents have free access to high quality mediation services. PGCCRC seeks to make mediation services a first resort for residents in conflict and those simply seeking a safe place to have hard conversations. 

Our Mission

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Our mission is to strengthen the communities and empower the residents of Prince George's County.  We achieve this by supporting collaborative decision-making, promoting understanding, encouraging the prevention and peaceful resolution of conflict, and the restoration of relationships. 

Our Vision

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"Our vision is to build a more peaceful and resilient Prince George's County."

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Train community members - who reflect the community’s diversity with regard to   age, race, gender, ethnicity, income and education to serve as volunteer mediators.

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 Provide mediation services at no cost or on a sliding scale.

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 Hold mediations in neighborhoods where disputes occur.

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Schedule mediations at a time and place convenient to the participants.

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 Encourage early use of mediation to prevent violence or to reduce the need for court  intervention, as well as provide mediation at any stage in a dispute.

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 Mediate community-based disputes that come from referral sources including   self-referrals, police, courts, community organizations, civic groups, religious   institutions, government agencies and others.

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Educate community members about conflict resolution and mediation.

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Maintain high quality mediators by providing intensive, skills-based training,   apprenticeships, continuing education and ongoing evaluation of volunteer   mediators.

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Work with the community in governing community mediation programs in a  manner that is based on collaborative problem solving among staff, volunteers and  community members.

 

 

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 Provide mediation, education, and potentially other conflict resolution processes to  community members who reflect the community's diversity with regard to age,  race, gender, ethnicity, income, education, and geographic location.

The 10 Point Community Mediation Model

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Email: pgresolutioncenter@gmail.com

Phone: 301-690-0116

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