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Welcome to Resolve
(formerly Mediation Works)

 Your non-profit center for dispute resolution
and restorative justice serving southern Oregon since 1990.


Join the Resolve Team!  Resolve is hiring! 
Restorative Justice Specialist, Community Based

This is a direct service position for an energetic professional interested in delivering and developing restorative justice services and programming.  This position will be responsible for providing direct service to those impacted by crime and wrongdoing, including offenders, victims, families, community members, and key stakeholders. Apply by October 1, 2017 for first consideration.  Learn more.

Volunteers Needed! 
Contact us now to participate in Fall 2017 trainings!

Interrupting Hate in Public Space

Do you have the passion to help children learn skills to end bullying? Resolve’s ChoicePoint bullying intervention and bystander empowerment program works with students in regional K-8 classrooms. Interactive lessons and activities help students identify bullying behavior, practice effective intervention techniques, build empathy and increase connection with their classmates. 

Interested in becoming a Restorative Justice Practitioner? Resolve has a few restorative justice practicum positions available for committed community members. Resolve will provide a supervised pathway that includes training, mentorship, and skill development in exchange for a minimum one year volunteer commitment.

For more information, contact Resolve at 541-770-2468 or contact@resolvecenter.org.

Registration Now Open for Upcoming Trainings
Learn more and register here.

Restorative Justice Facilitator Training
4-day intensive  |  Medford, Oregon
November, 2017 or February, 2018
Restorative Justice is a community-based and trauma-informed practice used to strengthen communities, repair harm, and restore relationships when wrongdoings occur.

Fundamentals of Mediation Training
5-day intensive  |  Medford, Oregon
February 28, March 1, 2, 8 & 9  |  8:30am - 5:00pm

This interactive training includes theory and practice in interest-based negotiation and provides the tools needed to intervene when conflict arises in your community, at work, or at home.

Interrupting Hate in Public Space

Resolve Newsletter - August 2017

It's been quite a year at Resolve!

In this issue, read about the success and growth of restorative justice in local schools, join us in honoring our volunteers and community partners, be wowed by the numbers in Resolve's stellar year of service, hear a first hand account of the Northwest Justice Forum, and more!

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