PRIVATE WARRANT MEDIATION
CABARRUS/ ROWAN COUNTY
Established in 1995 in Cabarrus County, Private Warrant Mediation provides an opportunity for the parties involved in a district criminal court case to work with a trained, neutral third party to try and resolve the dispute. Each party is given an opportunity to communicate their perspective, to listen to other parties’ perspectives, and to brainstorm possible solutions to their shared issue. If the mediation is successful, and any conditions listed in the mediation agreement are met, the case is dismissed by the District Attorney.
Conflict Resolution Center, in partnership with the Office of the District Attorney of Rowan County, expanded their Private Warrant Mediation program to Rowan County in 2013.
CRC is a proud member of the Mediation Network of North Carolina and supports legislation that protects the mediation process and a citizen’s right to access alternative dispute resolution options.
The overarching goal of CRC is to provide peaceful resolution of difficulties that range from personal and family crises to community disputes. Our community mediators are skilled in finding creative solutions to disputes involving a variety of areas, including but not limited to, Landlord/Tenant, Victim/Offender, Cyber Crimes, Separation/Divorce, HOAs and Neighborhood Disputes, Christian Conciliation, Elder Issues, and High-Conflict Homes.
Conflict Resolution Center serves recipients of Medicaid who have Medicaid benefits denied or reduced. CRC mediators schedule the telephone mediation between beneficiaries and Medicaid representatives, facilitate communication, and help to generate possible outcomes. The North Carolina Office of Administrative Hearing Medicaid Appeal Program, established in 2008, settles over 8000 cases each year and saved over $26 million of taxpayer money in its first eight months of existence.