Center for Community Dialogue Profile

Our Family’s Center for Community Dialogue helps Southern Arizonans talk about challenging issues in a skilled, civil and respectful way. We do this through services, training, and community events. •Services: Serving as neutral guides to help people resolve conflict, build consensus or improve communication. Mediation Services for individuals in: Neighborhood, Workplace, Family/Elder, and Small Claims. •Training: Building skills for our staff/volunteers and the community at large in a variety of communication and conflict-resolution processes. •Community events: Facilitating opportunities for dialogue that spark constructive exchange of views and mutual understanding.

Address
3830 E. Bellevue Street,
Tucson, AZ 85712
Phone: 520-323-1708 ext.504
Website: www.ourfamilyservices.org

QUESTIONS

  • What is the acceptable temperature for an air conditioning unit to be set at a rental?
  • Served 5 day notice and tenant shows no signs of moving. What can I do next? Can I have the police department get them out?
  • the mother of my children left me with our 2 children 8 yrs ago and I have been the sole parent on my own since they were small were not married. what are her rights to come get them and move them with her?
  • me and my girlfriend, once ex, went to court for custody and child support a few years back, we are back together and i owe child support, we want to know how to get everything stopped and what i need to get or do to get this done fast!
  • If I am receiving Social Security income, can my creditors get a hold of it?
  • i volunteering file for child support. but my ex is not letting me see my son. Which papers do i need to file to get visitation rights since i already filing for child support so i can pay her.
  • I have a 5 year old son that was born out of wedlock I am the paternal father which has already been established. My question is can I prevents his mother from taking him to another county/city overnight for multiple nights?
  • My husband wants a divorce, however he says he will take our 3 yr old daughter from be because he feels I do not treat her right (he calls it abuse). He is 62, physically disabled and receives SSI for his mental disability which includes rage issues, depression and suicidal ideology. Does he have a leg to stand on and will the court actually grant him custody instead of me. I am terrified of what might happen if he passes away while with her.
  • My Step-Mother has brought another man into my fathers household. The man who she claimed is her friend is now more than a friend. My step-mother and this man sleep together and my father knows about it. The problem I have is this man has a 10 page criminal history and he also is an alcoholic. Him and my step-mom get drunk and take my fathers car and don't return until the next day. There are four children living there as well and hear and see this man threaten my father. There is also drugs involved. I feel like my siblings and my father are in a very dangerous situation. What can I do? Help
  • The father of my daughter left 3 years ago and never came back has NEVER contacted her or me in any way possible I want to file for sole custody how likely am I to win it? Does it count as abandonment? What else can he be charged with? I don't want him to have any rights over my daughter.

STORIES

  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .
  • If you get a divorce, make sure your date of birth is on the Decree if your name is changing!. . .
  • I just helped my mother, age 89, deal with her Medicare HMO. . .

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