We are Richmond's community mediation center.
CMG Foundation is a non-profit organization offering affordable mediation services and teaching mediation skills through workshops and trainings. Our mission is to help our community in Greater Richmond resolve disputes more amicably. Mediation is an ideal tool for resolving conflict - it empowers clients to solve their own disputes, creating win-win solutions. The process teaches individuals the communication skills necessary for resolving future issues on their own and preventing violence. We believe that promoting and increasing the use of mediation will help create a more peaceful society. Learn more about us >
We provide affordable mediation services and teach mediation skills to address three barriers to peaceful dispute resolution - access to justice, skills and education. Last year, we mediated over 1500 cases referred from the courts at no cost to the parties. Approximately seventy percent of those cases reached agreements. We teach parent workshops each month to help parents effectively parent across two separate homes. We also work with companies and government entities to increase the mediation skills of their workers and to find ways to help prevent violence in the workplace. Learn about our impact >
Support CMG Foundation
Gifts to CMG Foundation support free mediation services and mediation skills training in the greater Richmond area. With your help, we can bring greater access to justice to our community and more peaceful conflict resolution to the individuals and families we serve. Get involved >
Become a mediator.
May 18-20, 2016
Join our Basic Mediation Skills training and learn how to be a mediator. This interactive course focuses on the foundational mediation skills and techniques needed in all areas of mediation practice. Learn more or book >
Learn parenting tips and strategies.
Our low-cost parent workshops are designed for parents who are separating or divorcing. Parents learn tips and strategies for parenting across two homes and how to minimize the negative effects of separation on their child. Our workshops are approved by the Supreme Court of Virginia for Parent education. Learn more >