Helping bridge the conflict

Maidstone Mediation Scheme

Community Support Centre
Marsham Street
Maidstone
Kent ME14 1HH

Tel: 01622 692843

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About Us

Maidstone Mediation Scheme is a registered charity and voluntary organisation which offers services to the community in a variety of contexts.
We work in the Maidstone and Malling areas with the objective of bringing peace and understanding amongst people with disputes of all kinds. We work in partnership with a large number of agencies to provide services for:
  • Neighbour Disputes
  • Peer Mediation in schools
  • Restorative conferencing in schools
  • Mediation between parents and teenagers
  • Family group conferencing
  • Victim/Offender mediation
In addition we also run courses in anger management, as well as a variety of mediation training courses. All of this work is made possible by a varied team of full time staff and dedicated volunteers. Of course none of our work would be possible without the funding provided by partners, charitable trusts and individual donors to whom we are most grateful. To find out more, phone or email the mediation office.
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Our Ethos

Maidstone Mediation seeks to help people find peaceful resolution to conflicts; to assist those who have been hurt by others, and those who have caused that hurt, to find ways to repair the harm.
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Our Aims

1. To provide mediation for conflict resolution and Restorative Justice to the residents of Maidstone and district and the Mallings.

2. To train and support volunteer mediators to provide services to the community.

3. To develop inter-agency links and partnership arrangements with statutory and voluntary bodies in Kent.

4. To keep appropriate records and statistics and provide a service to any person needing that service irrespective of colour, gender, class, physical or mental ability.

5. To increase the uptake of mediation in a variety of settings, including mediation in neighbourhoods, schools, the workplace and the family.

6. To provide a Restorative Justice Service to victims of crime and offenders across Mid Kent, through partnerships with the Youth Offending Service, the Probation Service and the Sheppey Cluster of HM Prisons.
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Maidstone Mediation Scheme... Helping bridge the conflict.