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Neighborhood Services

Mediation Program

The aim of argument, or of discussion, should not be victory, but progress. -Joseph Joubert



The City of Henderson has partnered with the Clark County Neighborhood Justice Center (NJC) and the Henderson District Public Libraries to provide our residents with mediation services located close to home!



What is mediation?
Mediation is a voluntary process that brings parties together to resolve their differences through discussion and problem-solving.


What does the mediator do?
The mediator is a neutral party who facilitates dialogue and provides a respectful environment for the parties discuss their issues. The mediator is not the final decision-maker, arbitrator or judge.



Why use mediation?

        Success: Many mediated disputes result in written and verbal agreements.

        Effectiveness: Mediated agreements are more likely to be fulfilled than court orders.

        Cost: There is no cost.

        Timeliness: We are ready to mediate when you are.

        Convenience: We schedule mediation at safe, convenient locations.

        Privacy: Mediations are conducted privately and confidentially.


What type of disagreements can be mediated?
Neighbor-to-neighbor disputes can be mediated through this program.


Who can use the Henderson Satellite Mediation Program?
Any Henderson resident is eligible.



How do I start the process?
Contact the Neighborhood Justice Center at (702) 455-3898 and provide your name, address, telephone number and a brief description of the situation.




For more information on the Henderson Mediation Program, contact Neighborhood Services at (702) 267-2000 or by e-mail.