Many OMA members are professional mediators who would be delighted to help you with your mediation needs. In addition, certain mediation is available through the Community Dispute Resolution Centers (CDRCs) and other non-profit organizations throughout Oregon.
OMA provides a Find a Mediator Directory for those individuals and organizations who have chosen to advertise their services. By choosing a mediator who is an OMA member, you are assured that the mediator has agreed to comply with the OMA Core Standards of Practice; OMA Model Guidelines for Private Practice Mediator Education, Training, and Experience; and OMA Mediator Complaint Process. These are all described on the Guidelines for Mediators page of this website.
To find a mediator, visit the Directory.