jamye wisecup

Jamye Wisecup, President of PDRCs Board of Directors, was an avid promoter of our mission. Her peaceful approach to resolving conflict, the influential guidance she contributed to our program and her never ending smile will be missed. How appropriate that the community comes together on Peace Day to celebrate her life. In her memory, we keep our mission alive.

About Peninsula Dispute Resolution Center

The Peninsula Dispute Resolution Center (PDRC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization offering conflict resolution services to residents of Clallam and Jefferson Counties in Washington beginning in 1992. Governed by a Board of Directors made up of community members, and supported by the United Way. Volunteer mediators provide most of our direct services.

Our Mission:

Changing relationships through peaceful conflict resolution

We achieve our Mission by:

Fostering:

  • Healthy, child-centered, family interaction
  • Harmonious workplace relationships
  • Positive outcomes to individual disputes
  • Peaceful communities

Providing:

  • Accessible and affordable services
  • Professionally trained and certified volunteer mediators
  • Collaborative and effective mediation and facilitation processes
  • Customized training and education

Why it Works

Mediation works because each party involved is fully heard. The parties’ concerns and needs are addressed and met through the settlement agreement they reach. It is their own agreement, not one created or imposed on them by others. Therefore, it is much more likely to be a lasting settlement than if imposed by a court, hearing officer or arbitrator. We like to think of this as developing a do-able and durable agreement.

PDRC Mission Statement

Peninsula Dispute Resolution Center (PDRC) convenes individuals, families, communities, and organizations, empowering each to work together to explore solutions and resolve conflict. Beginning in 1992, PDRC has provided our community access to affordable, effective mediation, training and certification, plus advancing participant’s personal power to constructively handle conflict.

Call us today and we will explain how mediation works, guide you through a simple intake process over the phone, match you with trained mediators and most importantly, we will listen.

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