Wenatchee Valley Dispute Resolution Center

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General Information

  • Official name: Wenatchee Valley Dispute Resolution Center
  • Country: USA
  • City: Wenatchee
  • Type of organization: Non-profit organization
  • Date of creation: -
  • Interests: Mediation - Training
  • Fields of expertise: General


Mission Statement

The Wenatchee Valley Dispute Resolution Center provides mediation services, trainings, and programs to assist people in the peaceful resolution of disputes while complimenting the judicial system.

What Can Wenatchee Valley Dispute Resolution Center Mediate?

Almost any case can be successfully mediated. Conflicts in life are many and no two conflicts are alike. A partial list of case types is listed below.

  • Dissolution (aka Divorce)
  • Parenting Plan and Parenting Plan Modifications
  • Primary Residential Parent status issues (known as “custody” in other states)
  • Issues associated with transitioning families
  • Asset and debt division
  • Small claims cases
  • Elder care issues
  • Landlord / Tenant
  • Neighborhood
  • Land use
  • Merchant / Consumer
  • Contractor / Client
  • Real estate
  • “Lemon Law” claims
  • Workplace problems
  • Board of Directors conflicts
  • Corporate conflict
  • Restitution
  • Lawsuits
  • Organizational conflicts
  • School disputes
  • Government agencies / Client
  • Employment issues
  • Union issues


Conflict is a normal part of life every day. Mediation is a highly effective and mutually satisfying way to resolve conflicts. Trainings of the Dispute Resolution Center offer to educators, community leaders, counselors, human resources staff, managers, parents, teens, and all interested parties an opportunity to develop conflict resolution and mediation skills. The courses are highly interactive with a mixture of lecture, discussion, demonstration and participant role-playing with feedback from instructors and peers. The trainings are designed to present learners with the philosophy, concepts, and skills needed for a working knowledge of the role of a third party neutral mediator. These skills are highly transferable, helping to improve communication and enhance relationships at home, in the workplace, and in the community at large.


P O Box 3391, Wenatchee, WA 98807-3391

Phone: (509) 888-0957

Email: wvdrc@nwi.net

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