Mediation

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    Taxonomy Code: FP-0700.5000

    Programs that provide a neutral third person who is acceptable to all parties to a dispute who facilitates discussion between the parties and aids them in making their own settlement decisions.

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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
    CHILD FIND MEDIATIONRecovers parentally abducted children and helps to resolve parental custodial disputes through the use of: professional family mediators the toll free number for in-flight and contemplating parents preventative counseling for parents contemplating abduction of their children and referrals to additional agencies and services.CHILD FIND MEDIATIONCHILD FIND OF AMERICA, INC.
    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
    CREATIVE RESPONSE TO CONFLICT INC.Conducts a variety of workshops for people of all ages. School-based workshops include staff development workshops, in-classroom workshop, bias awareness, bullying, problem solving, and a three-day peer mediation training workshop for students. Community-based workshops are conducted for community, organizations, hospitals, and religious organizations that work with children and young adults. Conflict Resolution for Facilitators Workshop provides participants with conflict resolution training skills. Nurturing Inclusive Community Environment (NICE) is an emotional support program designed to end school violence and encourage academic success in a safe, peaceful learning environment. The CRC Elder Concerns gives support in the decision making process regarding health concerns and the transition to assisted living or nursing homes. Other services are also available, such as in-service course credits, mediation services, response to bullying workshops, a leadership and social justice day camp, LGBTQQ workshops, and a re-entry support program for formerly incarcerated parents and their children.CREATIVE RESPONSE TO CONFLICT INC.CREATIVE RESPONSE TO CONFLICT INC.
    HARD-TO-PLACE/HARD-TO-SERVE INITIATIVEWorks with state and local agencies and parents to identify and resolve interagency issues and jurisdictional disputes that impede access to services for children and youth who are hard-to-place and hard-to-serve because of their multiple disabilities.HARD-TO-PLACE/HARD-TO-SERVE INITIATIVENEW YORK STATE COUNCIL ON CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
    HEART AND SOUL WOMENProvides weekly group and family counseling, monthly classes, information and referral, evaluation/intakes, medical/psychological evaluations, divorce mediation and legal counseling to women experiencing mental health, substance abuse, battering or oppression issues.Call for information. Appointment required. Emergency walk-ins only.SuffolkHEART AND SOUL WOMENHEART AND SOUL COMMUNITY COUNSELING, INC.
    HOMELESS PROJECTProvides crisis, individual, family and mediation counseling, advocacy for education, employment, and basic needs for youth ages 16-21 who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Referrals to access emergency shelter for youth 12-17 and transitional housing for up to one year for youth 16-21 years of age.SuffolkHOUSING AND HUMAN SERVICES-DIVISION OF YOUTH BUREAUTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    JUVENILE INTAKE UNITProvides intensive, short term services to families with children under the age of 18 for PINS, and 16 and under for juvenile delinquents, who have been referred to family court due to acting out behavior in the community, home or school. Probation officers utilize referrals to mediation, counseling, community service, restitution, and other services as alternatives to formal court action.NassauJUVENILE INTAKE UNITNASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROBATION-FAMILY DIVISION
    LAWYER REFERRAL AND INFORMATION SERVICEProvides lawyer referrals and referrals to attorney mediators to match specific legal problems. Client must be able to pay the lawyer's fee. Reduced first half-hour service charge.SuffolkLAWYER REFERRAL AND INFORMATION SERVICESUFFOLK COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
    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
    NASSAU HAVENProvides emergency shelter and safe house for runaway and homeless youth ages 10-20. Emergency housing and support services for up to 30 days, 72 hours for 10-15 year olds. Twenty-four hour intake by staff. Family mediation services on a short term basis are also provided. Call for further information.NassauNASSAU HAVENFAMILY AND CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
    NASSAU LOCATIONOffers divorcing or separating couples an effective and humane alternative to the traditional adversarial process. With the help of a trained mediator, couples in mediation work out their settlement based solely on the needs of the couple and of the children. Process seeks to explore options for both the husband and wife. Areas of mediation include parenting responsibilities (access, custody, support), distribution of marital assets, spousal maintenance (alimony), and any other relevant issues. Mediation process includes an initial consultation followed a limited number of bi-weekly 1 hour - 1 1/2 hour sessions. The mediator prepares a plain-language Memorandum of Understanding which sets forth all the terms needed for divorce with the exception of legal language and signatures. The couple may then submit the memorandum to their attorneys, or neutral attorney. Call. Appointment required.NassauNASSAU LOCATIONDIVORCE MEDIATION CENTER OF LONG ISLAND
    NEW YORK STATE COUNCIL ON DIVORCE MEDIATIONPromotes the professional standards of divorce mediation. Maintains directory of mediators, and committees on ethics and standards of practice to investigate clients complaints.NEW YORK STATE COUNCIL ON DIVORCE MEDIATIONNEW YORK STATE COUNCIL ON DIVORCE MEDIATION
    RUNAWAY AND HOMELESS YOUTH SERVICES NETWORKProvides case management services, family mediation, crisis intervention, emergency housing, food, medical, mental health services, advocacy, and information and referrals for Nassau County Youth. Call for more information.NassauRUNAWAY AND HOMELESS YOUTH SERVICES NETWORKNASSAU COUNTY YOUTH BOARD
    RUNAWAY/HOMELESS YOUTH SANCTUARY PROGRAMProvides services to runaway, homeless and troubled youth 12-21 years old and their families: Crisis Intervention, short-term counseling Advocacy, mediation, family counseling for financial, educational, family and personal problems Counseling, 3-6 months for youth in conflict or crisis Referrals for accessing emergency housing up to 30 days for youth 12-17 and for one year and longer for youth 16-21 years of age can be discussed.SuffolkHOUSING AND HUMAN SERVICES-DIVISION OF YOUTH BUREAUTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    SMITHTOWN BRIEF CRISIS INTERVENTIONProvides brief crisis intervention, short-term counseling, mediation, advocacy and/or referral for youth who are runaways or homeless or at risk of becoming runaways due to family conflicts. Referral to emergency shelter or group homes.SMITHTOWN BRIEF CRISIS INTERVENTIONSMITHTOWN YOUTH BUREAU
    SNAP APPLICATION ASSISTANCEProvides free confidential screenings, application assistance and mediation for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Please call for further information.SuffolkSNAP APPLICATION ASSISTANCEISLAND HARVEST
    SUFFOLK LOCATIONOffers divorcing or separating couples an effective and humane alternative to the traditional adversarial process. With the help of a trained mediator, couples in mediation work out their settlement based on the needs of the couple and the children. Process seeks to explore options for both the husband and wife. Areas of mediation include parenting responsibilities (access, custody, support), distribution of marital assets, spousal maintenance (alimony) and any other relevant issues. Mediation process includes an initial consultation followed by a limited number of bi-weekly 1 hour-1 1/2 hour sessions. The mediator prepares a plain-language Memorandum of Understanding which sets forth all the terms needed for a separation or divorce with the exception of legal language and signatures. The couple may then submit the Memorandum to their attorneys, or neutral attorney. Call. Appointment required.SuffolkSUFFOLK LOCATIONDIVORCE MEDIATION CENTER OF LONG ISLAND

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