Partners and Friends – Organizations and institutions who have donated space for our mediation sessions to take place or have assisted in trainings


Archdiocese of New Orleans

Ashe Cultural Arts Center

Center for Restorative Approaches

Community Mediation Maryland

Community Mediation Services

Franklin Avenue Baptist Church

Galilee Baptist Church

Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church

Hope House

Louisiana State Bar Association

Loyola University College of Law

Neighborhood Housing Services

New Orleans Healing Center

New Orleans Public Libraries

New Orleans Recreation Department

Pleasant Valley Missionary Baptist Church

Propeller Incubator

St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church

Treme Community Center

And others…This list is updated periodically.

If you are interested in supporting this program by becoming a site to host mediations for those in your area, please contact our program director at amccrary@nolaipm.gov or at 504-330-6932. Thank you for your interest.

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The Office of the Independent Police Monitor (IPM) is an independent, civilian police oversight agency created in August of 2009. Its mission is to improve police service to the community, citizen trust in the NOPD, and officer safety and working conditions.