Resolution Services Center works with the Special Education Mediation Services (SEMS), formerly known as Michigan Special Education Mediation Program. SEMS provides mediation, facilitation and training services for working through disagreements so that children with disabilities promptly receive the services they need to develop and succeed in school. These services often help to avoid disputes or help resolve them early.
SEMS is federally-funded and a Mandated Activities Project of the Michigan Department of Education, Office of Special Education. The program has been serving Michigan parents and schools since 1997. It is currently administered by Dispute Resolution Education Resources, Inc., a Lansing-based nonprofit organization. The program provides services through the Community Dispute Resolution Program, a network of 18 conflict resolution centers, which includes RSCCM and others across the state.
In need of mediation in your school to help with your child's special needs? Have an event you would like us to present at about the opportunities we offer? Fill out the form below to get in contact!
Or call 833-KIDS-1ST (833-543-7178) for more information!