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911, 2017

November 9th BIG GIVE DAY!

By | November 9th, 2017|Uncategorized|

November 9 (today!) is a BIG GIVE DAY. Donate $10 or more through Willamette Week Give!Guide today for a chance to win a $500 shopping spree at Powell's City of Books! [Read more]

311, 2017

Newsletter & Give!Guide 2017

By | November 3rd, 2017|Community, News|

Fall is in full motion, and so are we at Resolutions Northwest. We have a new Executive Director, Christina Albo; we’ve been selected as a Give!Guide recipient for the first time; and our programming continues to grow and deepen. Below are some highlights. Enjoy reading; sign up for a training; volunteer with us; and donate. Thank you from all of us! [Read more]

3108, 2017

Restorative Justice Newsletter

By | August 31st, 2017|News, Restorative Justice|

Welcome back to school! We are excited for the year ahead and eager to continue building Restorative Justice approaches and practices with you. We've gathered some "Back to School" tips and resources to ease the transition from summer toward learning, relating, and caring. [Read more]

3107, 2017

Quarterly Newsletter

By | July 31st, 2017|News|

Welcome new employees and summer interns! We're thrilled to have you join us. We've had an exciting spring and summer: we've pulled out some highlights below including updates across our programming in mediation, facilitation, restorative justice, and training & consultation. [Read more]

3003, 2017

Dialogue for What?

By | March 30th, 2017|Conflict Resolution, Dialogue, Uncategorized|

We pass information, all day, everyday, with friends, strangers, family, clients, teachers, colleagues… but what are we saying? What are we hearing? How often are we ignoring the uncomfortable or unsettling interactions to avoid a disagreement? I do it and the world hasn’t ended. Somehow my relationships are maintained and I move on. But here’s the thing,

2008, 2016

Restorative Justice Specialist for a Day

By | August 20th, 2016|Restorative Justice, Uncategorized|

Relationships built on trust, accountability, compassion, and care for self and others. “There is always another crisis,” Sharlivia Slaughter explains. “I walk in at 8am and it’s different everyday. This morning I was welcomed by an enraged young woman. She was reeling from a post on Instagram the night before and she came to me

2107, 2016

From Conflict to Discovery

By | July 21st, 2016|Conflict Resolution, Uncategorized|

FROM CONFLICT TO DISCOVERY. Overcome conflict in the workplace and fuel the creative process. You’re in a meeting, maybe your team is putting together a proposal for the next big project and so far the ideas on the table don’t sit well with you. Instantly, you feel a rock in your stomach-your eyes are jutting

2904, 2016

Walking the Mediation Talk

By | April 29th, 2016|Community, Conflict Resolution, neighborhood mediation, Uncategorized, volunteers|

Every year Resolutions Northwest trains a new group of mediators. They complete 30 plus hours of training and then a handful go on to become volunteer mediators. They commit to volunteering three hours once a week for a year doing case development, mediation, and outreach. Throughout their service, the volunteers receive coaching from our mediation