Oregon Mediation Association
  



PO Box 40041
Portland, OR 97240
Phone: 503-872-9775

Amy Chase Herman
CDRS Supervisor
Clackamas County Resolution Services

2051 Kaen Road
Suite 210
Oregon City, OR 97045
Phone: (503) 655-8700
Fax: (503) 655-8841
Email: [email protected]
Other URL http://www.clackamas.us/ccrs
County-sponsored Community Mediation Program. Our staff and volunteers help people resolve conflicts involving neighbors, landlords and tenants, co-workers, employers and employees, citizens and government, consumers and merchants, families and friends. We provide a process that is safe, confidential and predictable. We normally use co-mediators, individual caucuses when appropriate, and close the session with a written agreement. Follow-up and further assistance is provided when needed. We offer facilitation and conflict resolution services for organizations, businesses, schools and communities. Training is an integral part of our program and includes all aspects of conflict resolution, mediation, collaborative-based problem-solving and cross-cultural communication. Our training staff is recognized both nationally and internationally.

Locations Served

  • Clakamas County

Practice Areas

  • Business/Commercial
  • Child Custody/Parenting Time
  • Church/Religious
  • Construction
  • Consumer
  • Cross Cultural/Intercultural
  • Disability
  • Discrimination/Harassment
  • Domestic Relations: Dissolution/Divorce
  • Domestic Relations: Financial Issues
  • Educaton
  • Elder Mediation
  • Employment
  • Environmental
  • Governmental
  • Guardianship
  • Health Care
  • Homeowners/Condominium Associations
  • Housing/Landlord-Tenant
  • Land Use
  • Manufactured Dwelling
  • Neighborhood/Community
  • Organizational
  • Peer Mediation (Incl. Elemntry. and Scndry School)
  • Public Policy
  • Real Estate
  • Restorative Justice
  • Schools
  • Small Claims
  • Transportation
  • Victim Offender
  • Workplace
  • Youth and Family

Additional Professional Services

  • Conflict Resolution Coaching
  • Conflict Resolution System Design
  • Consensus/Team Building
  • Facilitation
  • Group Conferencing
  • Public Participation
  • Training

Education/Training

Our community mediation staff includes four employees, as well as professionally trained volunteers who work on case development and mediate disputes. We offer basic and advanced mediation training, as well as on-going training for all volunteers.

Fee Information

As a county-sponsored mediation program, neighbor to neighbor dispute resolution services are offered without fee in most cases. Training, facilitation, workplace conflict resolution and services to organizations are provided on a negotiated fee basis.

Languagees

English, Spanish


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