Mediators assist individuals with a wide range of issues, including family and neighborhood conflicts, landlord-tenant issues, group and organizational conflicts and family care decisions for elderly adults.
District Court Referrals
Mediators provide an alternative dispute resolution service to individuals participating in District Court cases. They assist in diverse legal actions, including unsatisfactory services, unpaid accounts, return of deposits and claims for damages.
Maryland Commission of Human Relations (MCHR)
Specially trained mediators help mediate discrimination complaints brought through the Equal Opportunity Commission and the MCHR. Participants have the opportunity to converse and seek common understanding. Those who are able to do so may avoid many months of investigative process and potential court action.
Children in Need of Assistance (CINA)
Upon referral from the Circuit Court Family Services Coordinators in St. Mary's, Charles and Calvert Counties, specially trained mediators help parents, children, Department of Social Services (DSS) representatives and their respective attorneys have constructive conversations in support of family and foster care issues, permanency planning and termination of parental rights (TPR).
6 Convenient Locations
Downtown La Plata
202 Centennial Street
Waldorf - Rt. 925
3670 Old Washington Road
California - St Mary's County
22805 Three Notch Road
New Market - Rt. 6 at Rt.5
37605 New Market Road
Lusby - Lusby Town Square
222 Town Square Drive
Prince Frederick-Westlake Professional Building
85 Sherry Lane #101
Digital Carpentry is a specialized service created to meet a serious need in the home building industry. Developed in over twenty years to provide homeowners and those remodeling with the same high quality and unique services usually only available through very expensive architectural plans. With the homeowner and designer working closely together from the onset of a project, designing and drafting blueprints, 3D renderings and precise material estimates can be developed to meet the specific needs of the homeowner and reducing the expense of in-construction changes, for both the homeowner and builder. Digital Carpentry is the important first step in making the transition of home design and remodeling from concept to reality.
Joy Lane Healing center is a 62 acres sanctuary for all life situated in the quiet woodlands of Southern Maryland, established in 1991 to serve the community's holistic wellness needs.
With holistic wellness education in mind, we offer holistic healing education and certification classes and workshops a well as individual session with wonderful healers of many modalities.
PJMA was started in St. Mary's County on June of 2003 as a franchise of My Brother's Place, Inc, Waldorf , MD with the following goals:
To join musicians with the community to provide opportunities to share and improve their musical talents, while benefiting general welfare.
To provide for the education of musicians to develop, improve and succeed with their art.
To foster, coordinate, and sponsor musical performances with the community.
To provide charitable contributions to benefit community welfare groups and activities.
Older than Mount Vernon, older than Monticello, older than the nation itself, Sotterley Plantation stands majestically on the banks of the Patuxent River. It is the only remaining Tidewater Plantation in Maryland that is open to the public with a full range of visitor activities and educational programs. Sotterley's significant architecture features the early 18th-century Mansion, a rare original slave cabin, and a full array of outbuildings set amidst 95 acres of rolling fields, gardens, and riverfront.
Our mission is to insure that victims of violent crime in Maryland receive justice and that these victims are treated with dignity and compassion through comprehensive victims' rights and services. In April of 1982, Stephanie Roper was kidnapped, brutally raped, tortured and murdered. Following their experience with the criminal justice system, Roberta and Vince Roper founded the Stephanie Roper Foundation and the Stephanie Roper Commitee to improve the criminal justice system and its treatment of crime victims and survivors. The Stephanie Roper Foundation and Committee recently combined, becoming the Maryland Crime Victim Resource Center. The Maryland Crime Victims' Resource Center is a non-profit 501(C)(3)volunteer organization that serves Maryland Crime Victims.