Every Father Counts thru with the Mediation Network of North Carolina (MNNC) to work to ensure that mediation services that meet father’s needs are available including mediation of disputes between: neighbors, businesses/professionals and their customers, landlords and tenants, and family members, including divorce mediation and mediation between parents and teens. Services are usually very affordable. Centers operate through a combination of staff and volunteers. Many centers are also at work within community institutions: serving North Carolina courts by helping those involved in misdemeanor criminal cases resolve their disputes, working with schools to make peer and truancy mediation programs available, and helping governmental entities, interest groups and citizen’s address and resolve public policy disputes. Centers operate both in urban and rural areas. Centers serving rural areas tend to be organized regionally and serve a larger territory. To learn more about the centers and the services they provide, visit the MNNC web site at http://mnnc.org
Three centers that work outside of the MNNC network are listed below.
Carolina Dispute Settlement Services
Diann Seigle, Executive Director
2300 Rexwoods Drive
Raleigh, NC 27607
Web Site: www.notrials.com
Mediation & Restorative Justice Center
Melissa Johnson, Executive Director
133 North Water Street
Boone, NC 28687
Piedmont Mediation Center, Inc.
1835 Davie Avenue, Suite 401
Statesville, NC 28687
Web Site: www.piedmontmediation.com