Maui Mediation Services is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1982. MMS provides alternative dispute resolution, facilitation and training to Maui, Molokai and Lanai. Trained volunteer mediators from MMS work to promote better understanding and communication by offering high quality mediation services to those in conflict. Mediation is a voluntary process that offers an effective and inexpensive way to resolve a dispute quickly. The mediators are neutral professionals from the community that have completed training in conflict resolution and communication skills. They assist participants in conflict with listening, understanding and talking to each other more effectively. During the mediation, they find common ground between parties and attempt to help the parties come to a win-win solution.
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While we celebrate 36 years of Bringing People Together, we ask your help as we continue our mission in a process that promotes comunication, respect, and peace.
Thanks to Aloha For Hawaii Charities
We are proud to be chosen for the Aloha for Hawaii Charities Program.
By making your tax deductible donation to Maui Mediation Services you can trigger a boost which will result in MMS receiving bonus funds from the Sony Open and given by the Friends of Hawaii Charities.
Its Easy and Confidential!
- Simply visit the Aloha for Hawaii Charities website.
- Fill out the Create Your Contact Information form.
- Select Maui Mediation Services and make your donations!
Program ends on January 15, 2020
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Our mission is to provide, teach, and facilitate appropriate dispute resolution for people of all ages.
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MMS is a member of Mediation Centers of Hawaii and the National Association for Community Mediation that receives funding from the Hawaii State Judiciary Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution, the County of Maui, Maui United Way, foundations, donations, program fees and fundraising campaigns.