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.
Domestic Relations Mediation
CCR has been providing services in partnership with the Domestic Relations Division of the Circuit Court of Cook County for more than 20 years. Through its domestic relations programs, CCR helps parties discuss initial parenting agreements, changes to parenting agreements for both divorced and never-married parents, as well as issues of child support and other divorce-related financial issues. The topics addressed in these mediations include communication, parenting time schedules, education decisions and expenses, child support, healthcare decisions and expenses, religious affiliation and extracurricular activities. Mediation allows the parties to resolve many disputes before they go to court and, in some cases, before a court case is even filed.
For more information, or to start a domestic relations mediation case, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CCR is excited to announce two new partnerships - United Way of Metropolitan Chicago and Polk Bros. Foundation!
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Thank you to all those who participated in CCR's Guest Bartending Event - we had an amazing time! A special thanks to the Auxiliary Board for bartending, and to Graystone Tavern for hosting!