RECENT MEDIATION IMPACT

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HOW DO WE KNOW IT WORKS?

After every mediation, participants fill out an evaluation form. That is just one way we gather information to make sure we are doing the best we can for the people we serve. As you can see here, this is the kind of evaluation that makes us happy!

After every mediation, participants fill out an evaluation form. That is just one way we gather information to make sure we are doing the best we can for the people we serve. As you can see here, this is the kind of evaluation that makes us happy!

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WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR

This young man wishes for peace and quiet in the New Year. May it be so.

One of our young participants a conflict resolution workshop for families.

LUNCH AND LEARN IN JANUARY

January 10: "Understanding Victim Services"
Guest: Mackenzie S. Britt, Director of Victim Witness Services, Office of the District Attorney General

DUAL CLE/CME. More information here...

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE TRAINING THIS WEEK

Rule 31 Domestic Violence Training for mediators: a 12-hour class this Friday and Saturday at NCRC. We still have a few spots, so if you are interested in this highly recommended class, read more here...

Volunteers Serve Nashville

We are proud to note that many of NCRC's volunteer mediators undertook extra training to serve as facilitators for the public event here in Nashville entitled "REAL Talk: A Forum About Race, Equity, and Leadership" sponsored by the Mayor's Office of Neighborhoods & Community Engagement.

This forum--an extraordinary example of successful civic engagement--was held at the Music City Center on September 10, hosted by the Mayor and including over 700 citizens.