Community Justice Centres 1800 990 777

Welcome to Community Justice Centres (CJC)

CJC will close for the Christmas break on 24 December 2015 and will reopen on the 4th of January 2016.

Note: CJC is currently experiencing significant demands for our services. As a result our response times have been extended out to a maximum of 14 days. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Are you dealing with a dispute? CJC can help.

Image of two men shaking hands.Disputes can arise in many areas of life - whether it's a misunderstanding with a neighbour over a fence, a disagreement between you and a family member, conflict in your workplace, or a dispute over a debt. Dealing with a dispute can be stressful and costly.

CJC can help you resolve your dispute quickly and for free using mediation.

CJC mediation is: free, quick, convenient, voluntary and confidential.

Thousands of people use CJC every year - and around 79% of them reach an agreement.  

Visit our publications section for more information, including fact sheets in 20 community languages:

Link to CJC fact sheets in Community Languages including Arabic Bosnian Chinese Croatian Filpino German Greek Italian Khmer Korean Lao Macedonian Maltese Polish Portuguese Russian Serbian Spanish Turkish Vietnamese 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander program 

We have a program dedicated to helping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people solve their disagreements using CJC mediation services.  

Our senior Aboriginal programs officer manages the program and supports CJC Aboriginal mediators.

Fact sheets, brochures and information about CJC

We have produced helpful fact sheets and brochures about how mediation can help you resolve your dispute, and about our service.

We have some community language fact sheets. Contact us if you require information in alternative formats.

Contact us now - find out how mediation may help you

There are several ways to contact us:

  1. Call 1800 990 777 (freecall Australia).
  2. Email your name, contact phone number and a brief description of your dispute to