The mission of CALM, The Community Problem-Solving Program of Frederick is to provide conflict resolution education and services to all Frederick county residents.
Mediation is a confidential, neutral and voluntary process. Mediation is a self-determining process in that mediators will not make decisions for participants, mediators will help participants have a conversation around how to resolve the conflict. Mediation participants will chose their own solutions. CALM is here to help you have difficult conversations to resolve conflict in businesses, churches, families, between friends, landlord/tenants, communities, neighborhoods and workplaces - where ever there is conflict. CALM offers mediation services to all Frederick County residents by charging a flat rate fee of $40.00 per session or free depending upon income.
CALM offers conflict resolution and anger management, mediation trainings, and outreach presentations to the Frederick community. All CALM mediators have been trained as mediators in accordance with Maryland Rules 17-205, 17-304. Our center uses a co-mediation model where two mediators help facilitate your conversation. We provide mediators from a variety of frameworks practiced within the state. For a description of the various types of mediation practiced within the state visit: Mediation Frameworks Defined.
Up-coming Trainings: A 40-hour Basic Mediation Training will be held March 23, 24, 25, April 6, 7 and 8, 2018. Registration is required and there is a fee. Deadline to apply is March 22, 2018. If interested email us at email@example.com
An 8-hour refresher mediation training for those already trained in mediation will be held Saturday, April 21 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Registration is required and the fee is $25.00. Lunch will be provided. If interested email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Parenting Plan and Financial and Property Training will be held in June TBA.
If you are a mediator and you wish to volunteer for CALM call 301-631-2256 or email email@example.com. We accept mediators who have received an approved 40-hour mediation training in a variety of models.
CALM is a program of the National Center for Mediation Education, Inc.