The mediation process is facilitated by a trained, impartial mediator

who provides a safe setting for all sides of the issue to be expressed.

Neighborhood mediation helps neighbors resolve disagreements over

common neighbor-to-neighbor issues including property line disputes,

noise, parking, animals, and littering.

Business and workplace mediation provides tools for solving

problems such as consumer complains and employee disputes.

Landlord/Tenant mediation helps both parties agree on how best to

proceed with matters such as evictions or repairs.

Debtor/Creditor mediation can help friends resolve money issues or

businesses and consumers work out realistic payment plans for

overdue accounts.

A mediator focuses on the process and respectful dialogue. 

A mediator does not give advice, make decisions for the parties nor require the parties to agree to anything.

Supported by: Greater Douglas United Way, United Way of Southwestern Oregon, City of Bandon, City of Coos Bay, City of Coquille, City of North Bend, and individuals.

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Common Ground Mediation is a section 501(c)(3) Charity in the State of Oregon
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