Oct 29, 2019 –Windsor/Essex:
St. Clair College of Applied Arts, Windsor-Essex Bilingual Legal Clinic and
Family Services Windsor-Essex are excited to announce our collaborate launch of
Community Mediation Windsor-Essex / Médiation Communuautaire de Windsor-Essex (CMWE)
Community Mediation Windsor-Essex will at no-cost, help people facilitate
constructive conflict resolution and relationship building, outside of the traditional court system.
What: Community mediation Windsor-Essex Announcement
Where: Langlois Community Hub – Board Room
1770 Langlois Avenue, Windsor ON
When: Tuesday, October 29, 2019 2:00pm
Community Mediation Windsor-Essex (CMWE) is a free service that helps individuals and families resolve conflicts or disagreements between: neighbours, roommates, colleagues, classmates or family members; landlord and tenant issues that have not gone to court; conflicts at school, community groups, or workplaces; other interpersonal conflicts.
Community Mediation is a collaborative process where volunteer mediators help people with a conflict/disagreement to resolve the situation themselves through a safe, voluntary and mutually agreeable process. Community mediation helps people reach agreements, while rebuilding the relationships between people in conflict, empowering them to solve their own problems in the future and transforming the way they think about conflict and each other.
Services are available in English and French. Interpreter support can be made available as needed. Learn more about this important new service at: www.cmwe.ca.
Follow local media coverage of this announcement at: St. Clair College, The Windsor Star, CBC Radio/News, Blackburn Radio, CKLW Afternoon News, CBEF Radio-Canada, le rempart and CTV News Windsor 10/29/19 6pm news at 11:09 mark of the newscast. View video of the CMWE Media Launch on FSWE’ s YouTube Channel.
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Contact us directly at: 519-946-3277 or firstname.lastname@example.org