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Mediation is a safe, neutral and voluntary process to resolve a variety of neighbor, workplace and family disagreements without going to court. (We do not provide legal advice.) Frequently asked questions about mediation.

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Mediations can be scheduled weekdays during the day and early evening hours and on Saturdays by appointment. Mediations are held at our office at 3830 E. Bellevue St. (near Speedway and Alvernon) or at off-site locations agreeable to all parties. Services are available in English and Spanish.


Interpersonal Mediation (conflict between two parties in the Tucson area)

We are committed to offering mediations for interpersonal disputes at no charge to the greater Tucson community. Mediations are conducted by staff and trained volunteers. We support these efforts through community funding and through private foundations and personal donations. To ensure this service remains available to everyone, we encourage participants to make a tax-deductible donation to the program. We accept donations at our offices, by mail, or through the Donate Now button at left.

Interpersonal mediations may include:

  • Parent/child
  • Neighbors
  • Business partners
  • Landlord/tenant
  • Co-workers
  • Animal noise complaints must go through Pima Animal Care Center before being referred to mediation.
    Call 743-7550.
  • Tucson Police Department misconduct complaints must go through Internal Affairs before being referred to mediation. Call 791-4426.


Multiparty or Group Mediation

Because of the often extensive scope and significant staff time needed to address complex multiparty issues, these services are offered for a fee of $250 (which includes intake, information-gathering, scheduling, and conducting a 3-hour mediation session.) Follow-up sessions or phone coaching are available for an additional $75 per hour. Multiparty mediations can be conducted at your choice of location in Tucson with video conferencing for out-of-town participants.

Multiparty or group mediations may include:

  • Neighborhood associations
  • Co-housing groups
  • A workgroup or team
  • Eldercare Mediation: Disagreements can stand in the way of good decisions about the care and well-being of an older person. Early mediation of conflicts between family, caregivers, health care providers and housing facilities can prevent hurt feelings, reduce stress, and help everyone work as a team. Click for more information.

The Center for Community Dialogue receives funding from the City of Tucson, Pima County, the Town of Marana, the Town of Oro Valley, the Association for Conflict Resolution & JAMS Foundation, and private donations, including support from the Long Realty Cares Foundation, Ellen Kaye and the Shaaron Kent Endowment Fund held at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona



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