COMMUNITY DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER OF MISSOULA COUNTY

406-543-1157

1535 Liberty Lane, Suite 117A
Missoula, MT 59808

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©2019 BY THE COMMUNITY DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER OF MISSOULA COUNTY

SERVICES PROVIDED

The Community Dispute Resolution Center (CDRC) of Missoula County provides services through several programs. As the organization grows, we will be increasing our services and programs in additional areas of conflict resolution. Here are some of our current offerings:

TRAINING

The CDRC of Missoula County offers training in mediation, facilitation, negotiation, and other alternative dispute resolution practices, for individuals, businesses, organizations,  governments, and community groups. For details about upcoming trainings click here, and for information about our ongoing continuing education series click here.

JUSTICE COURT MEDIATION

CDRC volunteers mediate Justice Court cases at the Missoula Courthouse. Over 70% of these cases settle in mediation, before going to trial, saving the courts time, money, and other resources.

DIVORCING PARENT ORIENTATION

The CDRC organizes the Missoula County Parenting Orientation that is held the third Thursday of every month at the Missoula County Courthouse. All divorcing parents in the county must attend this orientation, and it also satisfies requirements for other jurisdictions.

PARENTING PLAN MEDIATION

CDRC volunteers assist divorcing couples with their parenting plans. As a nonprofit, we are able to offer these services at a reduced rate with a sliding fee scale.

COMMUNITY & NEIGHBORHOOD FACILITATION AND DISPUTE MEDIATION

The CDRC can provide meeting facilitation for neighborhood and civic organizations and offers alternative dispute resolution services to individuals and groups in the community.

CUSTOMIZED ASSISTANCE FOR COMMUNITY MEMBERS

Is there a conflict or dispute in your life, family, workplace, neighborhood or organization that you are struggling to deal with on your own? The CDRC is here to provide the community with assistance through a wide variety of alternative dispute resolution practices, so if you are seeking guidance in a conflictual situation, click here to contact us, and we will work with you to find a path forward.

CONFLICT COACHING

The CDRC Conflict Coaching Program provides confidential one-on-one sessions that assist individuals in addressing and problem-solving a specific issue. Conflict coaching is a proactive way to gain new insights and conflict resolution tools for resolving a particular personal or professional conflict.

Click here if instructed by CDRC to pay for mediation services: