RESOLUTION WASHINGTON RESPONDS TO COVID-19

All of our community Dispute Resolution Centers are open for business, providing services online or by phone. Mediation and conciliation are the perfect tools for managing conflicts during unsettling times.

Dedicated to dialogue

Resolution Washington is the member association for Dispute Resolution Centers (DRCs) in Washington State. We provide conflict resolution services for communities throughout Washington.

DRC helps individuals and organizations

Our clients value the services we provide. Ninety-four percent agreed that their mediators were fair and impartial. Eighty-nine percent said they’d recommend mediation to others.

Our Mediators are Superstars!

Our volunteer mediators come from diverse backgrounds—but they share a common passion for promoting positive communication.

2019 Access to Justice
Community Leadership Award

The Access to Justice Board honors colleagues and partners who promote access to justice through their leadership, courage, and innovation. Resolution Washington is honored to be presented with a 2019 Access to Justice Award.

About Dispute Resolution
The role of dispute resolution centers.

2020 Legislative Agenda

In 2020, Resolution Washington supports our strategic partners’ initiatives.

Rave reviews from our clients

Being able to talk openly to trustworthy advisors was an eye-opening experience.

Mediation Client

Recent Blog Posts

Recent Blog Posts

A family struggles to get their lives back on track

Mediation creates a safe haven for families

Mediation resolves grandparent custody conflict

Neighborhood conflict resolved

A mother testifies to the power of mediation

Why DRC mediation?

DRCs reduce the burdens of the courts, saving taxpayers money, and increasing access to justice for traditionally underserved populations. In 2019 DRCs mediated 5,070 cases, successfully settling 64% of them. 90% of clients reported mediation improved their situation.

Annually DRCs appropriate over $2 million worth of volunteer hours, directly serve over 55,000 people, indirectly serve 200,000 people whose lives are positively affected by mediation and other services and reach out to over 7 million Washington residents.

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