Please join us at our 2nd Annual BBQ, Bingo and Beer fundraising event Thursday November the 2nd!

The Conflict Resolution Center of Cabarrus County is excited to announce our 2nd Annual Barbecue, Bingo & Beer Bash! Come enjoy tasty barbecue, refreshing beers from Red Hill Brewery, and bingo featuring prizes from Charlotte Motor Speedway, US National Whitewater Center, and many, many more! All proceeds from your ticket, which includes dinner, drinks, and a bingo card, help to support the seven programs CRC offers to our community.

Have a blast with friends and family while supporting your community! The Conflict Resolution Center of Cabarrus County provides services for the courts, school systems, and over 700 families each year. We seek to strengthen our community by bringing unity through dispute resolution. We hope to see you there!


Brought to you by the generous support of the following sponsors:

The Conflict Resolution Center of Cabarrus County exists to provide additional resources for human service agencies, the courts, and school systems to promote a more harmonious community. We bring people together to resolve conflicts. As a not for-profit community outreach center, providing two vital services — Cabarrus County Mediation Center and Teen Court — largely through the efforts of over 100 youth and adult volunteers, we depend on the financial support of people like you.

Cabarrus County Mediation Center (CCMC)

Created in 1994, CCMC provides both mediation services and training to local residents and businesses, enabling individuals and companies to resolve disputes. CCMC also works in concert with the court system to help citizens reconcile their differences, thereby reducing the caseload on our courts. If you’re interesting in learning more about how CCMC can help you or your company or organization, please contact us.

Teen Court

Teen Court gives teenagers who have made a mistake a second chance, allowing them to avoid the stain of an official juvenile record. This program capitalizes on the positive effects of peer pressure. First-time misdemeanor offenders are judged and sentenced by their peers and are held accountable for their actions. If you’re interesting in learning more about how Teen Court can help someone you know, please contact us.

If you are interested in volunteering with CCMC or Teen Court, or would like to make a tax-deductible contribution to the Conflict Resolution Center, please contact us or simply use the Donate button on the right side of this page.