Preserve Strong Communities with Housing Mediation

Center for Conflict Resolution

Org #17174
Vetted since 2013 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
1979
year founded
$91,908
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

The Center for Conflict Resolution's mission is to work with individuals, communities, courts and other institutions to manage and resolve conflict. CCR believes in: Providing the highest quality conflict resolution services. Helping people in conflict arrive at their own solutions. Being responsive to the needs of the broad community it serves. Granting access to its services to all people regardless of means or identity. Valuing its clients, volunteers and staff as essential to fulfilling its mission. Broadening awareness of the general public of the substantial benefits of conflict resolution.

Project Leaders
Cassandra Lively
Cassandra Lively
Team
Cassandra Lively, Whitney Trumble, Rachael Kyritsi
Organization Information
http://www.ccrchicago.org
Facebook Page
11 East Adams Street, Ste. 500
Chicago, IL 60603
United States
312-922-6464

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 2110430537
Organization Information
http://www.ccrchicago.org
Facebook Page
11 East Adams Street, Ste. 500
Chicago, IL 60603
United States
312-922-6464

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 2110430537

Project Reports

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Jul 25, 2018
Lost in Translation
Friends mean the world to Jessica, a teenager referred to mediation after she was arrested for fighting at school. Jessica and her mother, Vivian, came to mediation several months after the fight, and...
Jun 27, 2018
Keeping a Home
Diamond had been a tenant in Monique’s building for several years. Monique and Diamond had a good relationship, and Monique agreed that Diamond had been a good tenant until she recently fell...
Apr 25, 2018
Strengthening Family Through Communication
Julia and her son, Daniel, came to CCR because they were having trouble communicating, and Daniel was having trouble controlling his temper when they argued. Julia had called the police twice because...
 
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