NORTHWEST MEDIATION CENTER
a place for PEACEFUL PROBLEM SOLVING
MEDIATION, TRAINING, AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS:
Eviction Resolution Pilot Program (ERPP)
Attestation: The Spokane County Eviction Resolution Pilot Program, delivered through the Northwest Mediation Center and Fulcrum Institute Dispute Resolution Clinic, is operational as described in Governor Inslee's June 29, 2021, Proclamation 21-09.
When it comes to tenant/landlord relationships in COVID-times, things can get especially confusing and stressful.
The Eviction Resolution Program Pilot (ERPP) was designed late last year to help bridge this communication gap and help landlords and tenants try to work things out together. It's confidential, and it's free.
Contact us today to learn more:
Sharing the Children Seminar (Online/Virtual)
This 3-hour, court-mandated co-parenting seminar helps parents and other caretakers address the needs and interests of children during and after a separation, divorce, or other family changes.
Virtual Basic and Advanced Mediation Training
Learn the basic art, craft, science and ethics of facilitating peaceful conflict resolution, then take your training and skills to the next level -- and transform yourself, your workplace, and your community in the process! Next trainings:
Basic: September 2022
Advanced: October 2022
and Dispute Resolution
(Virtual sessions now being scheduled)
Northwest Mediation Center provides comprehensive mediation services, on a sliding-fee scale, for a wide range of disputes. Click below to learn more!
"I have a question about Eviction Resolution!"
(509) 456-0103 ext: 1
"I have a question about general mediation services!"
(509) 456-0103 ext: 2
"I have a question about education services!"
(Sharing the Children seminar, Parent Connection, etc)
Phone: 509.456.0103 ext: 3
Our current office hours are:
Tues-Fri, 10 AM-4 PM
NMC is a
Proud member of Resolution Washington
'ResWa' is a dynamic group of 21 non-profit, community Dispute Resolution Centers (DRCs) spread throughout Washing State.
Click below to learn more!
Northwest Mediation Center is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization, authorized under RCW 7.75, The Court Improvement Act of 1984 for the purpose of providing alternative dispute resolution services without regard to a participant’s ability to pay. We offer mediator training and certification and conflict resolution education to the community. Northwest Mediation Center also offers the court mandated co-parenting Seminar “Sharing the Children” to help parents address their children’s needs and interesting during and after separation, divorce, or other family changes. Our mission is to foster, provide, and teach peaceful problem solving.
NMC is also proud to be a one of Resolution Washington's 21 designated 'Dispute Resolution Centers' (DRCs).
Learn more about Resolution Washington here: https://www.resolutionwa.org/
STATEMENT FROM OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
NMC stands for this principle: Transparent, respectful dialogue can turn a destructive, or potentially destructive, conflict into productive collaboration toward peaceful problem-solving. We urge you who are passionately engaged in the active pursuit of “liberty and justice for all” (regardless of your position on how to get there) to seek timely, strategic engagement in dialogue. Seek dialogue before emotions have become so raw that intimidation, retribution and violence seem to be the only way to be heard.
The trained mediators at NMC continue to offer our fellow citizens non-judgmental, impartial facilitation, for individuals or groups, to initiate and sustain respectful dialogue and peaceful problem-solving.
Be well . . .
Why Northwest Mediation Center is
important to the Inland Northwest
Northwest Mediation Center is a non-profit that enables and empowers thousands of people each year to take control of their lives, disputes and separations through mediation, education, and the promotion of peaceful problem-solving techniques.
We also provide training for community members interested in bringing these conflict resolution principles to their homes, workplaces and communities. Further, our sliding-fee scale allows all members of our community to access our services, regardless of financial situation.
To hear about the impact of our programs, from the dedicated members of our Board of Directors, click the link below!
Business to Business
Disputes With or Between Small Businesses
Elder Issues (including Guardianship and Probate)
Extended Family Mediation
Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation ~ On Referral from your housing counselor or your lawyer
Parenting Plans/Residential Schedules
Northwest Mediation Center
35 West Main, Suite 230
Spokane, WA 99201
Business Office Hours:
10 AM-4 PM, Tuesday-Friday
Mediations are by appointment only
Classes require advance registration
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