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General information

For information in your area, go to the DRC Directory.

 

Resolution Washington Co-Presidents

Astrid Aveledo, Executive Director

Dispute Resolution Center of Grays Harbor & Pacific Counties

Office Phone #: (360) 532-8950
Email: presidents@resolutionwa.org
Website: www.drcghp.org

Andrea Pacheco, Interim Executive Director
Six Rivers Dispute Resolution Center

Phone #: (541) 386-1283
Toll Free Phone #: (888) 628-4101
Email: presidents@resolutionwa.org
Website: www.6rivers.org

DES Contract Services for State Agencies

The Dispute Resolution Center of Thurston County is the administrative agent for all DRCs offering mediation services through DES Master Contract #04215 and facilitation services through DES Master Contract #05814.  Call (360) 956-1155 between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, or email info@mediatethurston.org and one of the conciliators will walk you through the process.

Resolution Washington Mailing Address

P.O. Box 6184

Olympia, WA 98507-6184

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Testimonials

Mediator acts as a lifeline for Landlord and Tenant Negotiating Arrears

Facilitated Public input results in Men’s Shelter Permit Proposal 3 years later

Participants Surprised by their Unconscious White Bias

Building Trust and Coalition with Covid-19-Impacted Latino Community

Recovering Mother and Daughter Heal their Broken Relationship Through Parent Teen 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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