The Parent Mediation Program was established in 2008 as a state-local collaboration to raise awareness of mediation as a viable option for creating workable parenting plans and to mediate parenting issues for never-married, separated, divorced or separating parents across the state. The program aims to annually provide direct educational services to around 250-300 disputing parents, about 170-220 of whom will also receive mediation services.
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Massachusetts Office of Public Collaboration, University of Massachusetts Boston; Department of Revenue CSE Division; and MA Community Mediation Centers, "The Parent Mediation Program – A Pathway to Cooperative Parenting" (2014). Office of Community Partnerships Posters. 224.