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Aberdeen WA 98520
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COVID-19 UPDATE: We are open during this time but working remotely. We are also not providing any in person services. 

Please be patient with us as we move through your requests. The DRC is currently staffed by one team member and we are experiencing higher demand for our services

Thank you to the Grays Harbor Community Foundation for their support. 

UPDATE: Small Claims mediation section updated with information about Small Claims mediation process in Grays Harbor, pre-mediation documents, and virtual (phone or online) mediation guidelines. 

About This Session

A co-learning opportunity where Felicia will share her expertise at engaging youth - and the community - during COVID-19.

This month’s session will include and/or cover the following:

- Leveraging crisis for opportunities

- Using technology in rural, coastal areas

- Collaborating with local businesses and community stakeholders

- Barriers, challenges, and best practices in pivoting to virtual program(s) and engagement.

- Significance of COVID-19 and subsequent changes in the future.

Youth: You are welcome to come and share your wisdom on what has kept you engaged during COVID-19, we would love to hear from you!


Your pick: Walmart, Amazon, ACE Hardware, or Starbucks

(Must be present to participate)

Wednesday, April 14, 2021 - 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Via zoom! You will receive the link via email prior to the event.

The event is free but advance registration is required:

Registration deadline: Friday, April 9, 2021

Although Stronger Together was designed with teens 12 and up and their connected adults in mind, these sessions are open for any community member to attend.

***Spots are limited so please be mindful when committing. If you are unable to make it, please let us know so that we can make your spot available to other people in the community.***

Contact Us: | 360-532-8950

Meet Our Guest Speaker:

Felicia is the Program Manager for Grays Harbor Youth Works and works with Beyond Survival as an On-Call Weekend Sexual Assault Advocate. Adopting Washington State as her home, she is a graduate of The Evergreen State College, and holds a Master's in Business Administration from the City University of Seattle in Finance. Felicia’s passion lies in sustainable business and community development. She has worked as a business consultant assisting professionals, startups and small firms in strategic planning, marketing, and organizational development.

Felicia values volunteerism and has served in the United States Army as a paralegal, in AmeriCorps as a teacher and mentor, and for a variety of local organizations in King and Grays Harbor counties and beyond.

She currently hosts a webcast called JUXTAPOSITION, dedicated to promoting the voices of Grays Harbor citizens. ‘Service’ is her watchword!

About Stronger Together

Stronger Together is a restorative, community based program for teens 12+ and their connected adults. Once a month during the school year, we gather around topics of importance to our community, such as online learning, self care, positive mental outlooks, share information and resources and create a space for learning from one another.

This event is proudly sponsored by Episcopal Community Action

A program of the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia

Closed on Fridays

November 9 - 13: Basic Mediation Training and Veterans Day
November 16 & 23: BMT Training
November 26 & 27: Thanksgiving

Please note: 
Mediations are by appointment only
If you call us and can't reach us, we are probably in mediation or tending to other DRC business 

You can help the DRC in three ways:

1) Consider a charitable, tax deductible contribution of any amount to the DRC. Click on the button above or to the side to donate; 

2) Send a message to our government that increases funding for mediation services. Click here to find information on contacting your legislators. And/ or

3) You can join the volunteer efforts of millions of Americans working to improve people’s lives and our community by becoming a volunteer mediator. Contact us at or at 360-532-8950! 

Mission Statement

Bring people together to find lasting and effective solutions to conflict.

 Vision Statement 

A community able to solve its own conflicts in a meaningful way.


Core Values






Self Determination





Contact Information: 

Phone: 360-532-8950

207 S. Chehalis Street, Suite 301, Aberdeen WA. 98520


Types of Mediation:
Small Claims Court Case

Family Issue and/or Disagreement

Parent/Teen Problem

Problem With My Neighbor

Work Place

Landlord or my Tenant


Other Services:

Multi-party Mediation

Facilitation for Groups and Organizations

Seminars and Training

Most conflicts can be resolved through the mediation process. Please contact us for more information. 

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