Resolution Services Center welcomes Lisa  M. Bonney as new executive director

I am so excited and honored to join Resolution Services Center as the new executive director.  As the community's leading dispute resolution and restorative practices organization, I feel blessed to see the impact of the work that staff, volunteers and mediators achieve each day.  Impact that brings an agreement to struggles, communication to hostility, and peace to conflicts.  This is amazing work!


Though new to the agency, I have been part of the Mid-Michigan area for a long time as a social worker, fundraiser and leader of other not-for-profit agencies. I am looking forward to meeting the many individuals of our community who support, volunteer, advocate, and care for the work of RSCCM.  Thank you for being a part of this great organization! Thank you for helping us continue our mission of peaceful resolution.  As the late Dr. King Jr. shared: "One day we must come to see that peace is not merely a distant goal we seek, but that it is a means by which we arrive at that goal. We must pursue peaceful ends through peaceful means."

Upcoming Events

Domestic Relations Mediation Training
Tue, Nov 10
Nov 10, 8:30 AM EST – Nov 17, 5:30 PM EST
RSCCM, 516 S. Creyts, Suite A, Lansing, MI 48917
Learn how to become an approved domestic relations mediator in Michigan | Includes the Required Domestic Violence Screening Protocol Training


Collaboration of Dickinson Wright PLLC and Community Dispute Resolution Program Centers (CLICK HERE)

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Hall of Justice Meeting

Thank you Justice Bridget Mary McCormack and the Michigan Supreme Court for hosting the state Community Dispute Resolution Centers at the Hall of Justice. Together we can provide alternative ways for our community to peacefully resolve problems.