Welcome to the Resolution Center

Helping people with difficult conversations since 1988

Serving Montgomery County, Texas
and Surrounding Counties

Mediation is a process which empowers the parties to a dispute to explore their conflict, generate many possible solutions and reach resolutions which are satisfactory to each party. They may also decide that it is not resolvable at that time.

It is a collaborative, intuitive, flexible, creative and synergistic process. Research suggests that talking face to face also teaches communication skills which carry over into the relationship well beyond the end of the mediation process.

While courts and attorneys are involved in most cases at the DRC, we strive to keep the parties in control of the content and outcome of the mediation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Awards Ceremony to Honor Winners of the 2014 Conflict Resolution Bookmark Art Contest

Bookmark Art Contest

The winners of the 2014 Conflict Resolution Bookmark Art Contest have been chosen from the 654 entries received by the DRC.

Come help us celebrate these young peacemakers at a reception at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 in the 359th Judicial District Court, Judge Kathleen Hamilton presiding and presenting the awards. Judge Hamiltonís Courtroom is located at 207 West Phillips, Third Floor, Suite 205, Conroe, Texas 77301. Call (936) 539-7900 for directions.

Please RSVP to Julie Collins at (936) 760-6914, Ext. 3 or julie.collins@mctx.org by Monday, October 13, 2014 if you plan to attend the Awards Ceremony.
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Jennifer Wherry
Jennifer Wherry, a Montgomery County Dispute Resolution Center volunteer mediator, has been selected for the 2014 Leadership Montgomery County class.

Congratulations, Jennifer!


Mediation Training The Resolution Center has provided conflict resolution skills training to a wide variety of agencies and organizations and has assisted with peer mediation training in several CISD schools. We also train our own volunteers.
More information about training is available here.