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Mission & Vision

We envision a community where people are able to talk with each other in times of conflict and are aware of the available resources to help them. Our mission is to support constructive conversations and responses to conflict in the Susquehanna Valley through mediation services, group facilitation, training, and education. 

Community Updates

COVID-19 Response

Due to COVID-19, all of our services are now available remotely, including custody mediation. Our courts are now ordering custody mediations to take place over the phone or videoconference. We will continue to facilitate virtual family crisis meetings, as needed. We recognize this is a very stressful time for our community. We are committed to providing mediation services in the coming weeks and beyond. Our mediators are also available for 1-on-1 conversations with anyone who may need to talk through a difficult situation with a confidential, neutral listener. To contact our office, please call 570-374-1718 or email casecoordinator@svmediation.org or sjordan@svmediation.org.

Welcome to Terrell!

SVM is excited to introduce Terrell Mosley as our Prison Re-entry and Reintegration Coordinator. Terrell is ideally suited to lead the Prison Re-entry program – he was raised in the area and has a deep knowledge of systems and networks of people in the area. Formerly incarcerated himself, Terrell brings compassion, dedication, and a gift for connecting with people to SVM. For more information about the Prison Re-entry and Reintegration program, please email tamosley@svmediation.org. 

Our executive director Susan Jordan stopped by WKOK on 4/13 to talk about how SVM is continuing our work amidst the COVID-19 crisis and shared some tips on managing conflict during this stressful time. Listen here: http://www.wkok.com/podcast/4-13-20-wkok-sunrise-susan-jordan/ 

WKOK Interview


Email: casecoordinator@svmediation.org

Phone: 570-374-1718

Hours: 9am - 3pm Monday to Friday

Address: 713 Bridge Street, Selinsgrove PA

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"Human connection is threatened as much by unhealthy peace as by unhealthy conflict."- Priya Parker