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Your gift will help create our joint vision of a thriving community where all people feel connected, listened to, and valued:
In addition to having a community resource for helping people resolve conflicts of all sizes and in all places, creating alternatives to the criminal justice system, supporting youth well-being, and keeping people housed and out of the courts; we are also creating spaces and opportunities for bridging the divides and deepening understanding through compassionate conversations and empathetic listening.
We serve over 3,000 people in every part of Santa Cruz County annually and there is growing need for conflict resolution and mediation services for all people living here. We are proud and humbled to be in service to our community with you!
Donating is quick and easy online and will bring you the satisfaction of supporting an organization dedicated to bridging the divides that we all experience, whether at home, at work, or in our communities. While we welcome and appreciate your one-time gift, we encourage you to consider becoming a sustaining member of CRC. Your regular support through monthly giving can help us to weather financial uncertainties and plan for a bright future. If it’s more convenient, we will also gladly accept your donation by check mailed to our address.
RELATED ARTICLES, EVENTS, AND TRAININGS
CRC provides important news that relay worthwhile information about educating and supporting conflict resolution for individuals, families, and communities. We also provide dates for up and coming classes and training’s.
Conflict Resolution Center 614 Ocean Street
Santa Cruz CA 95060
MEDIATION IN THE MEDIA
Whether it’s a public radio exploration of Muslims and Jews talking their way toward peace, or a cable tv show about mediation between gangs, click here to find examples of how the media portrays people working together.
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