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Welcome to Resolve

 Your nonprofit center for dispute resolution
and restorative justice, serving southern Oregon since 1990.


Northwest Justice Forum - May 8, 9, & 10, 2018

Resolve is thrilled to announce that the annual Northwest Justice Forum will be held in southern Oregon this year. The theme of "Restorative Justice: Collaborating for a Resilient Community" builds on our southern Oregon momentum on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and trauma-informed care.  

Join Resolve and others from around the Pacific Northwest and beyond in an exploration of restorative justice and the remarkable programs and partnerships that are doing groundbreaking, culture changing work. Benefit from inspirational keynote and plenary addresses, networking opportunities, and down-to-the-details workshops that will highlight applications of restorative justice in schools, criminal justice settings, victim services, communities and wider systems.

Information and registration at nwjusticeforum.com.  
Registration closes April 24.  
 SOU student scholarship application here> 

Become a Sponsor! Help keep the NW Justice Forum accessible to a broad audience through your generous support. Sponsor benefits may may include recognition, exhibit space and free admission, depending on sponsorship level. Learn more>

Registration Now Open!
Toolz for Tough Conversations
Thursday, June 21, 2018
9am-5pm in Medford

Please join us for an indepth training with nationally recognized trainer Mary Dumas of Dumas & Associates and the Institute for Multitrack Diplomacy

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.

Mary Dumas has worked for over 30 years in diverse perspectives in policy, research, and community-action initiatives. Toolz works on the idea “that civility in our democracy, community, and workplaces is not about squelching assertiveness, protest, civil disobedience, or rigorous discussion of the issues.” Instead, the program teaches people how to use conflict de-escalation, diplomacy, and civil discourse to address challenges--whether they are at home, work, or in the community at large.


Join the Resolve Team!

Resolve is hiring a Center Operations Coordinator.
This position helps to create a smooth running and welcoming office environment by providing support for the staff, the Executive Director of Resolve, and a cadre of highly trained volunteers and student interns. This includes friendly, professional communication through email, phone, and in-person reception. Center Operations helps to maintain all portals to Resolve including the webpage and social media sites. 

Priority given to applications received by April 19, 2018. Position is open until filled. 
Learn more>

New Volunteers Patrick & Cynthia with long-time coach Lorraine (center)

 Resolve Newsletter - April 2018

Resolve's April Newsletter features stories about our newest volunteers and a great meet up with other organizations who serve youth, plu Learn how to register for the Northwest Justice Forum in May and "Toolz for Tough Conversations" in June.  
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