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The Congress of Neutrals offers the citizens and community organizations of the San Francisco East Bay a full spectrum of conflict resolution services.  Our leadership ensures people have the tools they need to respond to litigation, crime, family problems and community and neighborhood disputes.

We provide mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services, including mediation, conciliation, arbitration, and neutral fact-finding. We train individuals and organizations in communication skills, negotiation, mediation, conflict management, emergency preparedness and dispute resolution system design. We also partner with local community groups, schools, neighborhoods, and religious and other nonprofit organizations to promote harmony and the peaceful resolution of conflict.

At The Congress of Neutrals, our mission is simple: We serve community, promote harmony and help resolve conflict, one conversation at a time.

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Mediator Training Course

Date: October 19, 20, 21, 27 & 28, 2017
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: Walnut Creek, California

This intensive and interactive 40-hour training course provides both experienced mediators and those new to the field with the perspective and skills necessary to mediate successfully.

Click here for more details. If you have questions, you can send us a message using the “Contact Us” form at the bottom of any page or give us a call at 925-937-3008.

Do You Need Free Legal Advice?

Did you know self-represented litigants can take advantage of our LAWYERS IN THE LIBRARY program
and receive free legal assistance on the second Tuesday of each month?

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Plans for Giving?

Fundraising is an important part of our service mission as many of our activities and services depend on donations to provide direct service to at-risk youth, victims, and to recruit and train the mediators and facilitators, which staff our programs.

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Thanks for all your great work, Terry.

FEATURED NEWS

Age Demographics Collide: A Civil Harassment Case

By: Terry Abts

I recently mediated a civil harassment case between two teenage girls; essentially young women. Both felt picked on and threatened by the other. . . One wanted a restraining order on the other. The respondent was just angry at being there. . . READ MORE

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