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Dispute Resolution Center relies on  volunteer mediators

The Dispute Resolution Center of Thurston County is actively seeking volunteers to help resolve conflict, promote civility and create peace in our community.

The DRC is a community-based, volunteer-powered non-profit organization dedicated to conflict resolution and prevention in the South Sound.

Volunteers can become trained as a mediator and work directly with people in conflict, help people over the phone through the DRC’s Resource Line, or assist with community education and outreach efforts.

The Dispute Resolution Center of Thurston County empowers people to resolve their disputes by providing conflict resolution services and training community members in those skills.  We envision a South Sound community that has and uses healthy and respectful conflict resolution skills.

To learn more about volunteer opportunities and upcoming trainings, contact Emily Gray, Volunteer Manager, at 360-956-1155, email  or visit



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