REMILA offers mediation that can help resolve conflicts, clarify communication, and support planning for anyone impacted by incarceration.
Types of Mediation
Pre-entry mediation can help you make a plan with loved ones before someone is incarcerated around topics such as visits, communication expectations, and parenting plans during incarceration.
Re-entry mediation happens before someone's release date to help make a plan for their re-entry. Common topics include housing, employment, and co-parenting plans.
Post-release mediation can take place at any time after someone is released to discuss the challenges of re-entry and to work through conflicts that arise. This can include mediation with loved ones, employers, probation and parole officers, Department of Child and Family Services employees, and more.
Family/crime survivor re-entry mediation can help prepare family and other community members who were harmed by an incarcerated person before they are released. This type of mediation occurs without the incarcerated individual.