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We welcome referrals. Many organisations refer people involved in disputes to us. If the matter is urgent, a mediation date may be arranged very quickly - CJC does not have waiting lists.
There are several ways you can refer clients to us, depending on the situation and the individual needs of the client. You can fill out a referral form on behalf of your client, or pass on CJC fact sheets and brochures or contact details for your client to contact CJC directly. You can also give the client a self-referral form [Accessible DOCx 62 KB] to fill out and return to us.
Ask the client to give you permission to give us their name, contact details and a brief description of the issues in dispute. Only give the details of the person when you have spoken to them and obtained consent. Fill out the appropriate referral form and forward it to us by
fax, email or post.
If the person you are referring is with you, we can speak to them directly.
Family, relationships and children
Work and employment
Business and consumers
Money and debt
Communities and associations
Better ways to handle conflict [Accessible PDF 277 KB]
Preparing for mediation booklet [Accessible DOCX 430 KB]
Publication (bulk) order form [Accessible DOCX 64 KB]
Feedback form [Accessible PDF 456 KB]