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Luton Mediation

Volunteers offer mediation and help neighbours resolve disputes over problems such as noise, parking, pets, anti-social behaviour. Neighbours can be met in their own homes to help identify ways to resolve conflicts. Appointments available outside office hours.

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Cambridge Family Mediation Service

Range of services for couples who face separation/divorce and for other family members. Information on how to help children through parental separation. Mediation to help couples with practical arrangements for their children. Parenting Programmes on how to parent apart. Family therapy to help families with communication. Mediation in Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) cases.

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Norfolk Family Mediation Service

Mediation service based in Norwich for couples who are separating or divorcing. Help with arrangements for children or re-establishing contact after a break. Deal with issues relating to property and finance. Mediation with grandparents and parents over disputes around grandchildren. Outreach services in Great Yarmouth, King's Lynn and Thetford

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Family Mediation West

Mediation and support for families experiencing conflict, particularly as a result of separation and divorce. Also provide a counselling service for children and young people affected by their parents' separation. Provide information on specialist organisations offering legal, social or psychological help. Contact centre for children to meet family members.

PSS - Liverpool Personal Service Society Incorporated

Range of care and support services including adult placement, community resources, personal assistance, supported accommodation and community access. Services for older people, young carers, disabled children, people with learning disabilities, people with terminal illness, people with mental health problems, young people in care, families experiencing divorce, and the local community.

MiD Mediation and Counselling

Family mediation to help separating and separated couples make joint decisions about the future, including arrangements for children and finances. Offer counselling for children and young people (5-18) and for adults affected by family breakdown.

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Surrey Family Mediation Service

Mediation and information for married and unmarried couples and civil partners involved in separation, divorce or dissolution of partnership. Provide mediation in disputes involving children and the division of finances. Trained mediators operate from eight centres in Surrey. Mediation free to those eligible for Legal Service Commission funding. Sliding scale of charges for private clients.

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Coram

Range of services for children and young people. Adoption service and post adoption care. Residential and aftercare support for young people leaving care. Contact centre where parents and children from separated families can meet, with contact related counselling and mediation for parents.

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Wolverhampton Mediation Service

Free neighbour mediation service for residents of Wolverhampton. Mediation assists both parties in finding realistic, workable agreements. Neighbour mediation cases are accepted outside of Wolverhampton but this is a chargeable service. Workplace mediation and complaints mediation cases are undertaken but incur a fee.

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BYHP (Supporting Young People in Housing Need)

Whilst BYHP is known locally as an organisation helping homeless young people, we are in fact a charity supporting all young people aged between 13 and 25 who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, disadvantaged (and often their families) or simply in need of some advice and support. BYHP covers the areas of Banbury, Bicester, Brackley, Chipping Norton and the surrounding villages. We offers services in three core areas supporting between 200 and 300 young people annually: Health and Wellbeing - Counselling , Family Mediation, Peer Support Group Foodbank and a CAMHS project working with children and young people who it is deemed would benefit from some light-touch Mental Health intervention / Housing and Homelessness Advice - We will support young people to find and maintain accommodation / Training and Employability - Back on Track aims to transform the lives of young people aged 15-17 who are Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) or at risk of becoming NEET. UP Oxfordshire helps young people aged 17-19 who are NEET to discover their potential. Through 1-2-1 mentoring and coaching young people will quickly develop self-confidence, self-esteem, work readiness and employability.