A huge thank you to our sponsors!
Howard Epstein & Gay Sigel
Sidley Austin LLP
Anastasia & John Svigos
Dale Taylor & Angela Lustig
Richard Aaronson & Linda Loving
CCR Past Presidents
Proskauer Rose LLP
Katie Stevens & John Hergert
Hon. Patrice Ball-Reed
Brigitte Schmidt Bell, P.C.
Jenni Dressler & Michael Blankstein
Grant Thornton LLP
Melissa & Morgan Hirst
Debra Horberg & Horberg Mediation and Collaborative Process, Ltd.
Erin A. Kartheiser
Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
Kirkland & Ellis
Jonah Orlofsky, Orlofsky ADR Services
CCR Past Staff
Hoogendoorn & Talbot
Cassie Lively & Kevin Hoem
Miller Shakman Levine & Feldman
Lisa Sandlow & Doug Imber
Leonard & Joyce Schrager
Whitney Trumble and Matthew Parrilli
Stacey & Kevin Weiler
Join us for CCR Celebration Week! Attend one (or all!) of the events, bid on silent auction items or buy raffle tickets!
Raffle drawing - 5:30 on Thursday, 3/25
Silent Auction closes - 8 PM on Thursday, 3/25
Learn more HERE!
CCR is proud to have Programs Director Rae Kyritsi serve as the neutral facilitator to a Community Working Group to Review Department Use of Force Policies in Chicago. Check out the press release HERE.
Watch this video to hear about how CCR can help people in the city of Chicago and beyond with landlord-tenant issues! (Jump ahead to 1:10 to hear about CCR!)
Watch Bilingual Programs Manager Lea Ramos on Univision Chicago HERE!
Click HERE to read Executive Director Cassandra Lively's interview with WBBM!
Who We Are
CCR provides free mediation services to people in conflict and offers trainings in mediation skills as well as customizable conflict management workshops.
CCR prides itself on continuously developing and expanding opportunities to build community and strengthen the justice system through the resolution of everyday conflicts.
Flexible, free services, provided by committed staff and volunteers continue to improve the lives of thousands of people each year who are able to participate in mediation as a way to resolve their dispute.
Volunteering at CCR
Volunteer mediators at the Center for Conflict Resolution (CCR) are at the core of our mission and are at the forefront of practice in the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) field. At CCR, volunteers have a unique opportunity to mediate a wide range of high conflict, high emotion disputes with diverse parties. There are several ways to volunteer at the Center for Conflict Resolution. Learn how to today!
This video describes the mediation services offered by the Center for Conflict Resolution (CCR), and highlights the story of clients who used CCR's services to resolve a parenting dispute. Also included is commentary from judges who refer cases to CCR, CCR volunteers, Board and staff members.
Help support CCR’s free services by donating, sponsoring a training participant, shopping through Amazon Smile or Giving Assistant, donating securities, volunteering or becoming a referral partner. Your support will allow us to continue to provide pro bono mediation services and conflict management training to Chicago area institutions, organizations and businesses.