Conflict Resolution Center
of Cabarrus County
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. That year, CRC initiated a mediation program in the district court, through which countless friends and families resolved their issues and repaired their relationships without a trial, which is costly to both participants and taxpayers.
That mediation program continues today, serving more than 700 clients annually, just one of eight unique programs, for both adults and juveniles, in Cabarrus, Rowan, and Stanly Counties. By spreading hope and encouraging healing through our various dispute resolution programs that serve for the court systems, schools, local businesses, and community members in our area, we here at the Conflict Resolution Center continue the efforts that CRC founders began over twenty years ago.
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Due to the current situation with the Coronavirus and precautions that are being taken, the Conflict Resolution Center's Programs, including TEEN COURT, TRUANCY/TRIPLE P, MEDIATION, STOP, will be suspended until further notice.
If you have any questions, please call our office at
The office will remain open for any questions or payments.
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR ATTORNEY REGARDING YOUR COURT CASE IF YOU HAVE ANY CASES BETWEEN
MARCH 16 - APRIL16, 2020.
We hope everyone takes the preventions necesarry to avoid getting sick and stay safe .
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The Conflict Resolution Center of Cabarrus County is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization funded entirely by grants and donations from individuals like you. Thank you!
NO Teen Court for Monday, March 23, 2020
NO Teen Court for Monday, March 30, 2020.
Teen Court will resume on: TBD