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About Community Dispute Resolution Programs

Neighborhood Mediation or Dispute Resolution Centers offer services in many Oregon counties. While these programs typically have paid staff to manage the program, volunteer mediators conduct the majority of the mediation work. These volunteers receive training and supervision before handling cases independently.

Most programs do not charge the public for their services.


I
f you are looking for mediation services, you might consider reviewing the Consumer's Guide to Mediation located at this site. There is information within the Guide that will help you select a mediator or a CDRC.


If you are a mediator looking for an opportunity to serve your community and develop experience, consider contacting your local CDRC.


The Oregon Dispute Resolution Commission maintains a list of all such community mediation programs in Oregon.
Click Here to go to that list.

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Dale Largent, Web Designer

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