The Community Mediation Center (CMC) has been providing dispute resolution services to divorcing/separating parents ever since its founding in 1999.
Beginning with a pilot program in 2015 that became formalized in 2020, CMC has been administering the innovative Domestic Dispute Resolution Triage Program for divorcing/separating parents who have cases filed in Harvey and McPherson counties. It includes two key educational components: the Divorce Impact Education Class and the H.O.P.E. program (Healthy Opportunities for Parenting Effectively) that are open to all.
See the flyer below for more information, including descriptions of the various dispute resolution options, costs for the various related services, and sliding scale fees:
Visit the following pages to find out more and/or register:
Divorce Impact Education Class
H.O.P.E. (Healthy Opportunities for Parenting Effectively)