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They are raising awareness of conflict resolution services, including mediation, training, and education.

A new alliance has been formed to promote the peaceful resolution of conflict.

Three nonprofit agencies — Dispute Resolution Center, Common Ground Dispute Resolution, and Mediation Center of Dutchess County — have come together to create Hudson Valley Alternative Dispute Resolution. The new alliance will raise awareness of the services provided by the three centers. It covers seven counties: Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, Sullivan, and Ulster.

“We’re grateful to The Dyson Foundation for their generosity in funding this project, and we’ve enjoyed collaborating with the other two centers during the past year,” said Donna Ramlow, Executive Director of Dispute Resolution Center, the lead agency. “Kelley Briggs and her team at DesignworksNY were instrumental in bringing this project to fruition.”

Hudson Valley ADR provides the public with an easier way to resolve and prevent conflicts through mediation, education, and training.

Jane Cottrell, executive director of the Mediation Center of Dutchess County, said, “the need for our services is universal and this effort will help us share the benefits of our services to all of those seeking help in finding solutions.“

Dawn Wallant, executive director at Common Ground Dispute Resolution, added, “Thanks to the generosity and forward-thinking support of The Dyson Foundation, and the clear and focused energies of partners, we are excited to announce this venture to our community.“

Source: chroniclenewspaper.com

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