Arbitration

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    Taxonomy Code: FP-0700.1000

    Programs that provide an impartial third person who is selected by the parties to a dispute or appointed by an outside body, who presides over a hearing at which both parties have an opportunity to be heard, and who issues an award that both parties have agreed in advance to accept as final. Included are compulsory arbitration in which the consent of one of the parties is enforced by statutory provisions, voluntary arbitration which involves mutual and free consent by both parties, interest arbitration in which the terms of a contract are settled, and grievance arbitration which concerns the violation or interpretation of an existing contract.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATIONProvides the most comprehensive site for up-to-the-minute information about all forms of dispute prevention and resolution including mediation, arbitration, fact-finding, partnering, dispute review boards, and other related alternative dispute resolution processes.AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATIONAMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION
    COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICEHelps resolve and prevent racial and ethnic violence and disorder, and to diffuse potentially explosive situations in schools and communities through mediation and conflict resolution. This regional office services New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico and Virginia.COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICEU.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
    LONG ISLAND DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER-HAUPPAUGEProvides conflict resolution services including mediation to assist parties to reach legally binding written agreements, in these area: COMMUNITY-neighborhood disputes, harassment, criminal mischief, landlord/tenant, etc. CIVIL COURT/SMALL CLAIMS-cases referred by Nassau and Suffolk County District Courts and Town and Village Courts. SPECIAL EDUCATION-MEDIATION-request through school district for issues including placement, related services, evaluations, etc. EARLY INTERVENTION-referred by the NYS Department of Health for children between birth to three for issues including assessments, medical needs, etc. ACCESS-VR for individuals receiving services through NYS ED. SURROGATE DECISION MAKING COMMITTEE PROGRAM-for individuals with mental disabilities who have no legal surrogate and who need non-emergency major medical or dental care. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT SERVICES-provide peer mediation, diversity, and character education training. LEMON LAW ARBITRATION-for consumers owning new and used automobiles, motorized wheelchairs, leased automobiles. AGRICULTURAL MEDIATION PROGRAM-for farmers, agribusiness and agricultural community involving loans, debt, family succession, and farm business plan. DIVORCE MEDIATION PROGRAM-assists divorcing couples with decision-making including parenting plans, living arrangements, child support, spousal support, property division and tax returns.Offers peer mediation and conflict resolution training to schools and organizations.SuffolkLONG ISLAND DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER-HAUPPAUGEEAC NETWORK
    LONG ISLAND DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER-HEMPSTEADProvides conflict resolution services including mediation to assist parties to reach legally binding written agreements, in these areas: COMMUNITY-neighborhood disputes, harassment, criminal mischief, landlord/tenant, etc. CIVIL COURT-SMALL CLAIMS-cases referred by Nassau and Suffolk County District Courts and Town and Village Courts. SPECIAL EDUCATION-MEDIATION requested through school district for issues including placement, related services, evaluations, etc.EARLY INTERVENTION-referred by the NYS Department of Health for children between birth to three years for issues including assessments, medical needs, etc. ACCESS-VR-for individuals with mental disabilities who have no legal surrogate and who need non-emergency major medical or dental care. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT SERVICES-provide peer mediation, diversity, and character education training. LEMON LAW ARBITRATION-for consumers owning new and used automobiles, motorized wheelchairs, leased automobiles. CONCILIATIONS-for receipts and Nassau County DSS on the issues regarding compliance. CALL FOR FURTHER INFORMATION on any and all program components. AGRICULTURAL MEDIATION PROGRAM-for farmers, agribusiness and agricultural community involving loans, debts, family farm succession, and farm business plan. DIVORCE MEDIATION PROGRAM-assists divorcing couples with decision-making including parenting plans, living arrangements, child support, spousal support, property division and tax returns. Offers peer mediation, and conflict resolution training to schools and orgainizations.NassauLONG ISLAND DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER-HEMPSTEADEAC NETWORK
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES-HAUPPAUGEVolunteers at the LONG ISLAND DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER (Hauppauge) are trained in conflict resolution in order to mediate between disputing parties and facilitate a dialog towards the peaceful resolution of the dispute. Advanced mediators may be offered training in specialized areas, such as custody and visitation, Lemon Law arbitration, Special Education mediation. An 30 hour basic mediation training is required plus additional 6 hours of continuing education per year in order to remain certified. Volunteers must be able to mediate effectively, neutrally and confidentially with sensitivity and diversity awareness. Mediators are required to be available to mediate every month and must be 21 years or older. These services are also offered at their Hempstead Location: 175 Fulton Avenue, Suite 400, Hempstead, NY. Call for further information.SuffolkVOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES-HAUPPAUGEEAC NETWORK

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