MCS has a long history providing facilitation and mediation services to the community in an effort to promote civic participation. Examples include:
Korean Convenience Stores: MCS led a successful deep process dialogue to bridge the gap between the primarily Korean convenience store owners in the city and local residents, mostly youth. This process minimized the conflict between the groups and led to greater cross-cultural understanding in local neighborhoods bridging neighborhood and community leadership.
Parents of Lincoln Middle School: Parents of children attending Lincoln Middle School approached MCS for assistance in identifying a temporary site for the school while it was under construction. MCS provided oral interpreters and facilitated a meeting between parents, DC Councilmember Jim Graham and DC Public School Board Members.