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We're here to help you move from conflict to resolution and from harm to healing. We are still open but working from home and providing services through telephone and video conferencing in the midst of the COVID-19 situation.

*Grant Information

Community Mediation and Restorative Services, Inc(CMRS) is pleased to announce a grant funding opportunity for culturally-specific organizations in Hennepin County. CMRS is inviting your organization/community initiative to submit a request for funding to support Covid-19 housing outreach and navigation services. For more information please visit the housing page of this website.

CMRS, Inc. is a nonprofit community-based mediation and restorative justice provider. We are committed to developing the capacity of our community to respectfully resolve conflict and repair harm.
COVID-19 Updates

CMRS is open (remotely) for services. We continue to serve the community, using phone lines and video conferencing to create spaces for conversation, community-building and problem-solving. Contact 763.561.0033 or [email protected] for help.

For events, follow us on Facebook and for trainings, click on the trainings tab.

CMRSCOVID Fundraising

This urgent need for our services falls at a time when CMRS is facing its own COVID-related financial challenges. Can you help? Here is how.

Text CMRSCovid to 443-21
Mail check to CMRS to 9220 Bass Lake Rd, Ste 270 New Hope MN 55428
Make a secure credit card donation through our GiveMN campaign on our donate page.


If you are here with a desire to become involved in an organization dedicated to providing the inspiration and tools to foster civility in our community, we welcome you.


We are proud of our accomplishments and most grateful for a community that supports our mission through financial contributions.


Can we help you find an alternate resource or get some guidance to do it yourself?
Through its dedicated staff and talented volunteers, this organization very effectively helps youth and adults resolve conflicts in a safe, neutral manner. The process helps people give voice to their concerns and provides a forum for them to participate in resolving disputes without taxing public services. Ultimately, the process increases civility in our communities at large.
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