Celebrating 35 Years
On October 25, 2018 the Mediation Center celebrated 35 years of Community Service at Locust Grove Estate in Poughkeepsie. The night was a huge success and a true testament to the immense amount of support for community mediation that we've had over the years. Special thanks goes to our sponsors, Board of Directors, staff, mediators, community partners, and attendees.
An immeasurable amount of gratitude goes to our three incredible honorees- Kathryn Lazar, Terry Funk-Antman and Jody Miller- for without your hard work and dedication, the Mediation Center would not be the success that it is today. Here's to another 35 years!
For full access to our photo album, please visit our Facebook page here: MCDC 35th Anniversary Photo Album
NYS Courts Renew their Commitment to Mediation, ADR
NYS Courts have once again recognized the value of mediation and renewed their commitment to
ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution), in the hopes that it will "become an integral part of our
court culture and civil justice process."
We value our judicial partners and thank them for their continued support of what we do!
Please read the article here for more information.
Mediation Center of Dutchess County Receives Dyson Foundation Mini-Grant
We've teamed up with our friends at Dispute Resolution Center and Common Ground Dispute Resolution on a special social media project.
Thank you Dyson Foundation for your steadfast support of dispute resolution!
To find out more about the project please click here.
Photo courtesy of Dyson Foundation.
Weather Related Office Closure
Due to inclement weather, Mediation Center will be closed today, Friday, November 16.
We plan to resume normal business hours on Monday, November 19.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Thank you, Arnoff!
We are happy to report that we have settled in nicely to our new offices
at 205 South Avenue, Suite 200, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. The smooth transition
was due largely to Arnoff Moving, who were professional, courteous, and FAST.
We couldn't recommend them more. Thank you, Arnoff!
Pictured above is an impressive scene from moving day. Photo credit: Lucille Trachte