Community members in conflict and juveniles exhibiting delinquent or disruptive behaviors which negatively impact others benefit from Waymakers mediation and restorative justice services. Trained volunteers and staff utilize flexible forums to find sustainable solutions which encourage positive change.
Call or email the particulars of your situation. Waymakers will work with you and the other individual(s) involved to convene a mediation. Mediations are scheduled at a location convenient to the participants. Appointments are available evenings, weekends, and during normal business hours.
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Groups for youth ages 13-17 and their parents that aim to reduce recidivism. Teens and their parents attend two, three-hour educational sessions to learn about the Juvenile Justice System. Teens will understand the impact and consequences of crime, while parents learn effective family management skills to increase positive interaction with their teens.
“At first I thought that my son caused the problem. Why should I have to go to the workshop? I‘m glad I participated. This has made communication between us better.” Parent
Waymakers’ Dispute Resolution Services (DRS) offers this 40-hour mediation training for individuals interested in mediating in California. The program exceeds the California Dispute Resolution Programs Act (DRPA) training requirements. Participants who attend every session will receive a certificate of completion. DRS welcomes volunteer applicants who are interested in mediation with the DRS program.