Welcome to our website. Mediation is thriving in our state: from neighborhoods, to the workplace, to communities, and into our courthouses. Mediation is easy on the people, hard on the problem, and tolerable for the wallet. We provide information about resolution of conflict as a public service and support consumer education on the use and benefit of mediation.
The members and friends of the Association of Missouri Mediators will attend the signing of the annual proclamation at the Missouri Governor's Office at the Capitol in Jefferson City soon. The proclamation honors all mediators who work to enhance the quality and professionalism of mediation in the state of Missouri.
What is mediation?
Mediation is a discussion and negotiation process that empowers the people involved in a conflict or dispute to actively participate in resolving it.
Become a mediator in Missouri.
People of all backgrounds and educational attainments can become mediators. There is no "certification" of mediators in the state.
We believe words are powerful and when used constructively, words are an agent for change. Communication about important issues in our community is facilitated by mediators, many who are volunteers.
Community Mediators may register for a 2015 membership at no charge. Go to "For Members" tab.
Inquiries about our organization may be sent by mail to P.O. Box 2257, Jefferson City, MO 65102 or by email to email@example.com
|Membership. $55.00 per calendar year for full membership (first time members get two years for the price of one). $20.00 per year for students. Community mediators can register for a free membership for 2015. Register and pay membership fees online or download a membership form.
Donations: We are an IRS 501c3 nonprofit oganization. Contributions tax deductible as allowed by law.
All persons interested in mediation may join the Association of Missouri Mediators. Send your application form to firstname.lastname@example.org or Association of Missouri Mediators, P.O. Box 2257 Jefferson City, MO 65102-2257.