Whatcom County's mediation, facilitation, and conflict resolution education resource
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Whatcom DRC, or the Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center, is a prominent 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that was established in 1992 by dedicated volunteers with a shared vision of helping the community overcome conflicts and restore harmony. Recognized as the County's official Dispute Resolution Center by the Whatcom County Council, the WDRC aims to provide productive and collaborative approaches to conflict resolution. The WDRC offers a wide range of services for businesses, organizations, individuals, and families.
They provide conflict prevention and intervention services, including mediation, facilitation, coaching, and training programs for adults and youth. By enhancing conflict management skills, the WDRC empowers community members to effectively navigate through challenges and prevent unproductive conflicts. Moreover, in 2018, the WDRC acquired the historic building at 206 Prospect Street, which now serves as a permanent home for peace.
This 6,300 sq. Partnered with various reputable organizations, such as Resolution Washington and the National Association for Community Mediation, the WDRC is committed to fostering constructive and healthy ways to approach conflict in Whatcom County
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