Six Rivers Dispute Resolution Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dispute resolution center that receives funding from local, state and federal organizations in order to provide low cost conflict resolution and education services. Our mediators and facilitators are highly trained volunteers with extensive backgrounds in many different sectors. We are dedicated to helping people solve problems and resolve conflict. We strive to create positive conversations and a safe environment for settling disputes, as well as education and training opportunities.

We are committed to making our services accessible to an array of communities and interest groups throughout the Mid-Columbia region in Oregon and Washington. We also coordinate Oregon’s USDA Certified Agricultural Mediation Program and provide statewide mediation for Oregon’s agricultural producers, farmers, and ranchers in cooperation with local partners.

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You can also call us to learn more: (541) 386-1283 or (888) 628-4101

Current Safety Policies During the COVID-19 Outbreak

During this period of uncertainty and stress, it is helpful to seek ways to use effective communication skills, be flexible, and open to new ideas. The unique role of community mediation centers is anchored in a belief that through connection and curiosity, we find opportunity, understanding, and meaningful ways to creatively solve problems. We also find ways to strengthen our relationships and care for one another, even if from a distance. We are not alone. We are a community.

We take the health and safety of our clients, volunteers, and staff seriously. Therefore, our physical office is closed to the general public. However, facilitated communication is absolutely essential in this environment, so we will continue providing conflict analysis, coaching, mediation, and conflict resolution services via phone and web conference. All in-person services are paused. Trainings will be provided via web conference when possible.

Our staff is also exploring alternative modes of service delivery and we will make those options available as soon as we identify creative ways to stay connected and support our community while adhering to health and safety policies. Updates will be posted on our website, social media, and email newsletter regarding adjustments to our operations.

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Questions? Let us know. Thank you for your patience, understanding and support.

(541) 386-1283 or (888) 628-4101