Facts About Mediation

What is mediation?


Mediation is an informal, voluntary process, which provides a forum for a discussion of the complaint and the opportunity to enter into an agreement that satisfies the interests of all parties.


What are the advantages of mediation?



What are the roles of the parties?


Mediation is voluntary.  Mediation is most successful when the parties:



A case will be assigned to a certified mediator who has completed specialized training mediation and conflict resolution.  The mediator will maintain confidentiality and objectivity.  The mediator will have excellent communication skills and will be fully knowledgeable of Commission procedures.


How can I learn more?


If you have filed a complaint, if a complaint has been filed against you or your business, or if you have a dispute that you wish to consider for mediation, our Mediation Coordinator may assist you.  For additional information, please contact:


Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission

342 Waller Ave., Ste. 1A

Lexington, Kentucky 40504

Phone: 859-252-4931

Fax/TDD: 859-252-7057

Email: lfuchrc@qx.net






342 Waller Ave., Suite 1A

Lexington, KY 40504

Ph: (859) 252-4931

Fax (859) 252-7057

Email: lfuchrc@qx.net