The Center for Conflict Resolution (CCR) is an independent, not-for-profit organization with a mission to work with individuals, communities, courts and other institutions to manage and resolve conflict. Since 1979, CCR has accomplished this mission by offering pro bono mediation services and conflict management training to Chicago area institutions, organizations and businesses.
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Check out THIS ARTICLE found in the latest Chicago Bar Foundation newsletter. Thank you to the CBF for their continued support and for highlighting our work!
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Read Summer 2016 Caucus, our most recent quarterly newsletter
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Members of Center for Conflict Resolution Chicago's volunteer community and staff came together last night for a discussion of Ta-Nehisi Coates's "Between the World and Me." Thanks to our facilitators, Kelli Covey and Thomas Toney, and to CCR's continuing education committee for putting together an impactful event!
Center for Conflict Resolution Guest Bartender night!
Big thanks to Graystone Tavern for hosting and to CCR's Auxiliary Board for pouring drinks for a great cause!
2015 Annual Report
Each year, CCR serves more than 5,000 clients through more than 20 mediation programs including small claims, evictions, foreclosure, family/parenting and community disputes.
CCR also trains more than 500 individuals annually in mediation and conflict management/communication skills.