The Mediation Center handles a wide variety of mediation types
Mediation provides an informal, conflict intervention process. A mediator supports participants to create a constructive environment that allows them to talk with each other to express their concerns, to listen, and to make decisions about their situation. A mediator can help participants hear each other in a different way than may have been possible without mediation. Mediation can be conducted between neighbors, youth, youth and parents, landlords and tenants, visitation-parenting issues, family issues, elder care/care-giving concerns and small-claims issues.
Below are some of the common types of referrals we handle at the Dayton Mediation Center. Please fill out the form that best fits your mediation needs.
If you're unsure about which type is best for you, please fill out the General Referral page or call us at 333-2345 to find the one that's right for you.