Mountain Mediation Center

A nonprofit organization

$4,126 raised by 34 donors

83% complete

$5,000 Goal

Our Mission

Bringing people together to prevent conflict, resolve disputes, and build a more inclusive community.

Mountain Mediation Center (MMC) strives towards this mission utilizing our 4 pillars of programming: Mediation, Landlord/Tenant Eviction Diversion, Community Conversations, and Trainings.

Our Programs

1. Community Mediation Program 

  • Providing mediation services, on a sliding scale, to help resolve divorce, child custody/modification, business, neighbor disputes, etc.
  • Providing free mediation services for all small claims cases (civil disputes under $15,000) and small claims appeals in Summit County

2. Landlord/Tenant Eviction Diversion Program (offered to the community at no charge)

  • Working, as the neutral third party, with landlords, tenants, and attorneys to resolve lease issues and avoid an eviction filing  
  • Providing critically needed educational materials to landlords and tenants to prevent conflict, including 9 short video clips MMC developed in response to our most seen issues
  • Developing and maintaining relationships with local landlords so they call us when an issue arises 

New in 2023: Eviction Expungement Assistance

3. Community Conversations

Our free Community Conversations are intended to create a more inclusive community by providing a safe, respectful space where individuals can engage with one another on a variety of topics. We often collaborate with local organizations for these Conversations and have partnered with a number of diverse organizations to bring important issues to the table including: Park City Film, Swaner EcoCenter, & Park City/Summit County Councils. In 2023, we've hosted Conversations about:

  • Political Engagement - we bridged the political divide to discuss how individuals engage civically.
  • "Stranger at the Gate" - an Oscar-nominated short film centered around the power of community, understanding, & vulnerability.
  • Waste - a panel addressed local waste-reduction efforts, and participants had a chance to explore how waste shows up in their lives and beyond.
  • "A Sissy in Wyoming" - playwright Gregory Hinton shared his play that delved into topics such as self-acceptance, compassion, and inclusivity.
  • "Who She Is" - a short, animated film focused on the stories of Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women and the strength of the affected women, their families, and their ancestral roots.

GRATITUDE - On November 9th from 5:30-8pm at the Park City Community Church, MMC will be hosting a Community Conversation & Dinner about gratitude. Participants will have the opportunity to share what gratitude means to them and listen to the thoughts of others. Dinner is free, and childcare will be provided during the conversation at no charge. This conversation is bilingual. Please click the button below to secure your free tickets to this exciting evening.

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4. Trainings  

Our training programs are designed to be hands-on learning experiences to improve communications skills and teach basic conflict prevention/resolution processes. Trainings are offered for businesses/nonprofits, schools, clubs, and local government entities. 

This year, we were honored to help develop the "Let's Talk" training with Park City Leadership Class 29 for their class project. MMC is now the home of this training that seeks to build communication skills within our community.

Our current trainings include:

  • Let's Talk: Communication skills to increase connection and enhance community
  • Managing Difficult Conversations: Beyond the basics - a guide to keeping a level head during tough talks
  • Shape Shifting: A restorative approach to creating a collaborative organizational culture

Organization Data


Organization name

Mountain Mediation Center

Tax id (EIN)



PO BOX 681552



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