The UPCAP Conflict Resolution Program serves individuals, groups, and organizations in Baraga, Delta, Dickinson, Gogebic, Houghton, Iron, Keweenaw, Menominee, Ontonagon and Schoolcraft counties in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. This non-profit program provides conflict resolution training, mediation services, and promotes the use of mediation in a wide variety of situations.
In mediation, disputing parties agree to a private, face-to-face meeting with a specially- trained team of volunteer mediators. This team is a neutral third-party that helps the disputants work out a solution to their problem.
Most conflicts are resolved in one session. Sessions typically last one to three hours, and are held at a neutral location.
The Conflict Resolution Services Program is a ready source of experienced neutral facilitators for private meetings as well as public forums.
UPCAP Conflict Resolution Services provides and promotes a process by which people in conflict come together through use of trained Mediators to resolve issues. Benefits of using mediation:
Mediation is highly successful working with many types of disputes. They include:
Small Claims Matters
Breach of Contract:
Mediation is not appropriate for cases involving domestic violence or criminal matters.
How much does mediation cost?
Mediation is affordable. Compared to attorney fees and court costs, mediation can be a cost effective alternative. Mediation costs can run as low at $30. View the fee schedule by clicking here.
“We resolved more in two hours than we did in the last three years.”
“This service is needed in our community.”
“I was treated fairly and respectfully.”
“I came in thinking it wasn’t resolvable, but it turned out to be a good thing in the end.”
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