WHAT IS
Mediation?

Mediation is a way of resolving disputes between family members, tenants and
landlords and between neighbours.


It involves an impartial third person working equally with both sides, giving them a chance to talk things through to a solution both can agree on.


Mediation is a voluntary process, nobody can be made to take part. It is also a very private process.


Mediation has been shown to be effective for a wide range of disputes.

Digartref has been delivering a Mediation service since 2007, working with families and individuals who wish to resolve conflict and find positive solutions to the challenges they face across Anglesey and Gwynedd.

 

With their support we offer two projects;

Mediation

A Mediation service for those who are homeless, at threat of being homeless, or in housing difficulty. This includes; landlord disputes, neighbour disputes and relationship breakdowns.

Mediators are trained, qualified and experienced.

Mediation is confidential

Mediation is informal

Mediation lets individuals decide what happens next.

FLIP
Family Led Intervention Programme

Funded by Children In Need.

 

Working with parents/guardians and young people aged 10 to 18 years who are experiencing relationship difficulties. 

Our services include:

Family Mediation

Parenting Programme

Therapeutic Interventions

FLIP
More about

ESCAPE

The ESCAPE programme is designed to provide support to parents who are experiencing relationship difficulties with their young person.

It explores areas of young people’s behaviour which parents find difficult to manage and supports them to develop effective ways to deal with these.

The aim of the programme is to improve relationships between young people and their families through developing confidence and building on existing skills.

Parallel Lines

The Parallel Lines programme is designed to provide support to young people who are experiencing relationship difficulties with their parents/guardian.

It explores ways of improving young peoples relationships with their parents and supports them to develop effective ways to deal with these.

The aim of the programme is to improve relationships between young people and their families through developing confidence and building on existing skills.

Seasons for Growth

Seasons for Growth is a programme for those who have experienced significant change or loss.

We look at the impact of changes such as death, relationship breakdown, or homelessness on our lives, and explore how we can learn to live with and grow from these experiences.

Peer support is a key element of the programme, and confidentiality is strongly emphasised.

to FLIP or Mediation?
Want to Refer

To make a referral or seek advice and assistance you can either:


Telephone: 01407 761653
Email: mediation@digartref.co.uk

Complete the below Referral Form: