Resolve Center for Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice has been a trusted resource for the people of southern Oregon since 1990.
Resolve is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization proudly serving Jackson County, Josephine County, and neighboring regions. Resolve relies on the generosity of our community. We gratefully acknowledge the volunteers, board members, donors, funders, school partners, justice system partners, and other community organizations that make our work possible.
“If we are all going to survive on this planet, we have to get along with each other, appreciate each other, and work together. Only then will solutions emerge that will make it possible to feed all the hungry children, overcome poverty, and end war. This is what Resolve is all about.”
– Ginger Rilling
Mediation is a voluntary, confidential problem-solving process where people meet in a safe and neutral setting to resolve their differences.
Restorative justice supports people in building relationships, strengthening community, and repairing relationships and community after harm.
Training in conflict resolution and restorative justice provides adults and youth with skills for human connection and success in business, school, and community.
Toolz for Tough Conversations
Thursday, June 21, 2018
Toolz for Tough Conversations is a conflict de-escalation and civil discourse training program that prepares individuals, organizations, and communities for cross-sector discussions, deliberations, and decision-making.
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Resolve Spring Newsletter
Working with our cohort of volunteers is one of the most rewarding experiences for staff at Resolve. Read more from our volunteers and partners serving youth in schools and communities!
Click here for our spring newsletter.