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Dispute Resolution Center of King County
The Dispute Resolution Center of King County (DRC) is a nonprofit organization that has offered affordable mediation and conflict resolution services for individuals, businesses, and families in King County since 1986.
- 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N, Suite 520
Seattle, WA, 98103
The Dispute Resolution Center of King County (DRC) is a nonprofit organization that has offered affordable mediation and conflict resolution services for individuals, businesses, and families in King County since 1986, including:
- Community mediations
- Small Claims Court mediation
- Conflict coaching
- Individual consultation
- Group mediation or facilitation
- Information and referral
Our services are largely provided by professional mediators from the community who volunteer their time to help us resolve over 1,000
disputes a year. We conduct facilitative style, face-to-face mediation at our office at the historic Good Shepherd Center in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle.