Mission Our mission is to develop the capacity of the community to respectfully resolve conflict and repair harm.
Vision Statement We envision a world where communities can equitably navigate differences, resolve conflict, and prevent and address harm.
Equity: We advance equitable, effective, and accessible programs and services to promote respect and compassion in our communities.
Inclusion: We believe that better solutions emerge when people with diverse perspectives and lived experiences feel valued and respected and have equitable opportunities to contribute their voices.
Accountability: We honor and hold ourselves accountable to our work's Indigenous, West African, and Black civil rights activist origins and acknowledge that conflict is often rooted in systems that perpetuate inequities.
Agency: We believe in the capacity of individuals and communities to shape the conversations and decisions that impact their lives and our communities.
Community: We build and maintain relationships with individuals, families, and organizations that bring people, resources, and ideas together in authentic and transparent ways.
Beth Bailey– Executive Director Beth has served as Executive Director since 2001, managing the financial and human resources of the organization while building strategic partnerships to connect those willing to serve with those needing services.
A full-time staff of nine, five full-time AmeriCorps Housing Navigators, contractors, interns, and volunteers round out the CMRS team.