New mediation program waives fees for US veterans
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July 31, 2017

In order to recognize the services of the men and women that have served or are serving in the armed forces, Northern Community Mediation announced its American Veterans Mediation Program.

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The organization will place emphasis on providing all of the same services for veterans as it does for the general population of Charlevoix and Emmet counties. The American Veterans Mediation Program is unique because all fees will be waived for U.S. military veterans.

Waiving the fees for veterans is the organization’s way of saying “thank you” to those that have served our country. Whether the conflict relates to a breach of contract, neighborhood issue, employment, parenting time, divorce, custody, guardianship, real estate or other type of dispute, Northern Community Mediation is there to help people resolve conflicts meaningfully in Charlevoix and Emmet counties.

Through the generosity of The Rotary Club, Northern Community Mediation was able to design and print a brochure explaining the American Veterans Mediation Program. To obtain copies of the brochure, contact Jane Millar at (231) 487-1771.

Northern Community Mediation is a nonprofit organization that provides an alternative means of resolving conflict. Trained mediators, who meet with the parties involved in a dispute, facilitate so that the individuals themselves can resolve the conflict.


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