WENATCHEE VALLEY DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER
Mission: Changing relationships through peaceful conflict resolution
We achieve our Mission by
Healthy, child-centered, family interaction
Harmonious workplace relationships
Positive outcomes to individual disputes
Accessible and affordable services
Professionally trained and certified volunteer mediators
Collaborative and effective mediation and facilitation processes
Customized training and education
Wenatchee Valley Dispute Resolution Center supports a team of certified mediators with training and experience in a wide variety of cases. Our mediators come from various professional backgrounds and voluntarily offer their time and services to WVDRC, so we can offer affordable quality services.
Board Vice President
EADA TALAL AL-SOODANI
OPEN TO POSSIBILITIES
Interested in joining our team? Email us your resume.
A BRIEF HISTORY
Dispute Resolution Center
Dispute Resolution Centers have been in existence in Washington State since 1984 in accordance with Washington State statute RCW 7.75. Through the leadership of Lynn Yialelis and the Equal Justice Advisory Council, the Wenatchee Valley Dispute Resolution Center (WVDRC) began to take shape in 2005 with a vision to offer alternative dispute resolution and mediation services to the community. Recruitment and training of certified mediators began in October 2005. On February 20, 2006, Chelan County Commissioners passed Resolution 2006-26 authorizing the creation and operation of the WVDRC.
The WVDRC is a member of Resolution Washington: a network of 21 nonprofit Dispute Resolution Centers across the state committed to providing cost-effective conflict resolution services and expertise that empowers communities to work together resolving conflict and finding solutions.