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Upon completion of the full four-day training, Basic Mediation Training graduates will be eligible to become volunteer community mediators. Volunteering to be a community mediator is a great way to practice your new facilitative mediation skills.
There are two community mediation centers in Delaware, The Delaware Center for Justice in Wilmington and The Center for Community Justice in Milford. You will also be connected to these programs and the people who run them during the four-day training.
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For more information about the Delaware Center for Justice, contact Barbie Fischer by phone at (302)-658-7174 (ext. 24) or by email at email@example.com.
For more information on the Center for Community Justice, contact them by phone at (302)-424-0890 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.