For more than 30 years, the Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center (PCRC) has encouraged the collective strengths of individuals, families and organizations to help improve communication, community engagement and conflict resolution throughout San Mateo County. PCRC originated as a small group of concerned residents who wanted to help their neighbors resolve disputes. Since then, our organization has grown to serve thousands of residents across the county, each year.
PCRC has a team of 25 staff and over 200 dedicated volunteers responsible for providing mediation, facilitation, training and coaching services. The staff is representative of a variety of cultures and professional disciplines, capable of providing multilingual and multicultural-centered services to meet the diverse needs of our county. All staff members are trained in the core competencies of mediation and facilitation.
Strengthening Families and Empowering Youth Initiatives Team
Parent Project Facilitators
fortiz (at) pcrcweb (dot) org
Engaging Communities Initiative Team
Core Programs Department Team
PCRC is always looking for skilled, committed individuals who represent our community to join our board.
Jo-Ann Byrne Sockolov
Fund Development Chair
Mieke Bloomfield Barrows
Captain Chris Hsiung
Immediate Past Chair
Financials and Reports
See our statement of operating revenue and expenses. We thank our generous donors and supporters.
PCRC partners with many local nonprofits, community-based organizations, government entities and businesses to better serve the people of San Mateo County. We embrace collaboration as a way to support more communities and to achieve broader impact in the county. See a full list of our partners.