Humboldt Mediation Services’ Mission is to promote the peaceful resolution of conflicts in our community by using trained volunteers to provide the best possible services in mediation and facilitation as well as education in conflict resolution skills.
Our Vision is that peaceful conflict management and resolution will be accessible to all members of Humboldt County's diverse communities.
Love & Peas: F & V’s
Quilt by Beverly Prosser
The “Love & Peas” quilt is a tribute to mediation, represented through 1950's housewives surrounded by anti-inflammatory fruits and vegetables that likely will put a smile on your face and possibly influence your outlook and eating habits. Beverly Prosser comes from a long tradition of quilt makers and has been crafting quilts for many years.
Tickets are available at Humboldt Mediation’s office at 317 Third Street, Suite B, in Eureka where the quilt can be seen. Office hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday. Tickets are $5 each.
For more information, call Humboldt Mediation at (707) 445-2505 or email email@example.com.
Wonderful Peace Makers' Ball Prizes
donated by our generous community
Joyce Jonte, Fire & Light, Sun Valley Bulb Farm, Sizzler/Subway, Abraxas Jewelry, Old Town Coffee and Chocolate, Daryl Chinn, Heart Bead, Hot Knots, Barnes Drugs, Global Village, Japhy's , Arcata Pizza & Deli, Chapala Mexican Restaurant, Arcata Exchange, Holly Yashi, Madaket Cruises, Eureka Fabrics, Health Sport, Caravan of Dreams, Almquist Lumber, Arcata Framing, Zen, Marie Callendars, Pierson's Building Center, Coming Attractions Theatres, Jitterbean Coffee, Redwood Yogurt, Demant Designs, Cynthia Ann Noble, Mantova 2 Street Music, Agustus Clark, Artisan Wells, Lori Richeson, Judy Rodriguez, Roz Sheehy, Wildberries Marketplace, The Co-Op, Safeway, Ray's Markets, The Hutch
Who We Are
Established in 1983, Humboldt Mediation Services is a community based, non-governmental, nonprofit organization of trained volunteer Community Mediators.
Our goal is to work locally toward global peace by providing community members and organizations with community-based peacemaking tools.
We mediate these types of disputes:
How Can HMS Help You?
Are you faced with conflict or involved in a dispute?
Would you like to find a solution that will let you live in peace?
Call or e-mail our Case Manager.
For information about mediation services, trainings, custom workshops, board membership, or volunteer opportunities fill out our contact form or call us at 707-445-2505.
HMS practices the Community Boards model of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Community Board mediation is a forum for conflict resolution with a panel of three trained, neutral mediators to guide you through the process.
Prior to the mediation session(s), two mediators meet privately with each disputant to identify each person's issues and interests in a process called Case Development. The goal is for each person involved to communicate their feelings, wants, and needs so they can write an agreement together solving the conflict.
This can take one session or many sessions; the choice is up to the participants. You own the process!
Mediators are neutral facilitators, clarifiers, ground-rule enforcers, and consultants in the construction of agreements. Mediators never impose solutions on you, makes decisions on your behalf, or make recommendations to courts or other agencies.
Mondays through Fridays: 10 am - 2 pm
General Manager :
Donations help us offer low-cost mediation services and trainings to the Humboldt County community.
Please consider donating today to help HMS work locally toward global peace.
National Association for Community Mediation (NAFCM)
"I can't say enough good about the help HMS gave Kinetic Universe in our mediation... And neither side of that table had easy folks to contend with."
-- Maureen Burke of the Kinetic Universe Board
"I want to thank you and commend you for the valuable services you provide... [I] was impressed by the professional manner in which our case was handled."
-- Rosie Thompson