The Dayton Mediation Center
Five minute video describing the Dayton Mediation Center.
The Dayton Mediation Center has a rich history of providing free and low-cost conflict management services to the community as part of our vision to provide a peaceful and non-violent process for responding to conflicts.
We help people have difficult conversations — so they can say what they need to say and be heard, and hear the other person as well. Our services include mediation, facilitation, conflict resolution training/education, workplace team building, conflict coaching and restorative justice. Neighbors, families, parents, youth, community groups and co-workers use our services to address a wide range of issues.
We are an agency of the City of Dayton and we provide services to community members through our connections with Dayton Municipal Court, the Dayton Police Department, Montgomery County Juvenile Court, Montgomery County Sheriff and other collaborations.
Over the past 26 years, we have trained more than 600 Volunteer Mediators who have conducted over 12,500 mediations. Annually, our mediators mediate over 600 mediations involving more than 2,500 citizens. Our Volunteers have contributed more 64,000 hours of volunteer service valued at $4.3 million savings of community resources.
If you are interested in learning more about our Center or our services, please contact us at (937) 333-2345 or visit www.DaytonMediationCenter.org