Welcome to the

Conflict Resolution Center

Confronting Conflict. Creating Opportunities. Empowering Youth.

ABOUT OUR

ORGANIZATION

 
6 PROGRAMS
  •  TEEN COURT
  •  TRUANCY
  •  JUVENILE COMMUNITY SERVICE & RESTITUTION
  •  MEDIATION
  •  S.T.O.P
  •  YOUNG ADULT MEDIATION

In 1995, Cabarrus County community leaders identified the need for a solution to the overburdened court system in the rapidly expanding community. In response, they formed the Conflict Resolution Center of Cabarrus County (CRC), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to improving options for community members experiencing personal conflict and any resulting legal challenges.

Through different mediation programs, we are able to bring some aid to the community and help young ones be more encouraged to do there best. From the Teen Court program being provided for our local teens to mediations programs for adults and young adults, we believe it's important to 'live & learn' from our mistakes. Our programs help in the learning aspect with classes, community service, and professional mediators in court. CRC is dedicated to maintaining a  professional and judgment-free environment to help every individual have a better opportunity to move forward from there difficulties.  Each program has something unique to offer to the community, learn more by clicking below. 

+20

Years of Experience

+100

Teens Served in

Teen Court Annually

45-55

Teens Served in

JCSR Annually

+200

People Served in

Mediation Annually

SUPPORT OUR

CAUSE

Make a One-Time donation and join our 'Give Together, Mediate Forever' campaign!

The Conflict Resolution Center would like to thank everyone for all the support throughout the years and now in 2020.

 

COVID-19 has affected many wonderful small businesses and non-profits all around our area. We support one another any way we can. Our center has also been impacted by these difficult times.

Donations provide tools for teens volunteering in Teen Court, providing provisions for teens in our Juvenile Community Service program, helping those in our Shoplifting Prevention program have an opportunity to see how they affect business, small and large, with there actions and to learn the consequences, and so much more here at the Center. 

We encourage everyone to learn more about what we work hard to do every day for the teens and families in our community by looking at our website.

 

CRC NEWS

Image by Kat Yukawa

January 14, 2017

How To Help Our Programs? Donate 

Our center is one of many non-profits that have been effected by the recent COVID-19 changes. Learn more about what your donations do for our community.

Bag of Organic Fruits and Vegetables

January 14, 2017

How our Juvenile Community Service Program is helping the community NOW!

Mr. Barry White is the coordinator of our Juvenile Community Service Program. He has been helping Meels on Wheels deliver foods to family's all around our county who can't go out because of the virus. Read more about it below!

Woman with Paper Mask

January 14, 2017

CRC and Court Changes due to COVID-19

The Conflict Resolution Center has had to adjust just like everyone around us in these difficult times. Please read more on the Courthouse Changes and program changes below.

Give us a call if you have any further questions!

EXPERIENCES

J. Parker

Adult Volunteer

CURRENT UPDATES

CONTACT US

OFFICE HOURS

Monday - Friday

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CONFLICT RESOLUTION CENTER
OF CABARRUS COUNTY
77 Union Street South
Concord, NC 28025
P.O.Box 1222
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Office #: (704) 786-1820
Fax #: (704) 721-3311