Six Rivers is committed to making our services available to an array of communities and interest groups throughout the Mid-Columbia region, in addition to statewide coverage for Oregon's agricultural producers, farmers, and ranchers.  However, our work would not be possible without the amazing support that we receive from both local and national programs.  To learn more about Six River’s work within these programs click the links below.

Oregon's USDA Certified Agricultural Mediation Program (OCAMP)

USDA covers cases, at subsidized rates, situations involving adverse decisions from USDA agencies, grazing on National Forest System land, farm and rural development loans, Lease Issues, Family Farm Transitions, Farmer/Neighbor Conflicts, Organic Certification Issues, and other issues designated by the USDA Secretary of Agriculture.

Community Mediation & Restorative Justice Practices

Includes Situations Involving Family, Co-Parenting, Divorce, Youth, Workplace, Neighbor-to-Neighbor, Landlord-Tenant, Home Owner's Association, Foreclosure, Business and Agricultural

Manufactured Community Resources

The Manufactured Community Resources Center covers cases, at no cost to the parties, situations involving Landlord-Tenant and Neighbor-to-Neighbor disputes.

Local and Regional Government

Washington State Foreclosure Mediation

We strive to bring cost effective options to individuals and organizations and offer reduced costs to those with limited funding. Costs are derived from a sliding fee scale.

Click here to see our family mediation fee schedule.

Click here to see our family mediation sliding fee schedule.

Click here to see our community mediation fee schedule.

Click here to see our community mediation sliding fee schedule.

Manufactured Community Dwelling and USDA Agricultural Mediations are paid for by Oregon Housing and Community Services or USDA and are provided free of charge to our clients. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.


To Listen

“To ‘Listen’ another’s soul into a condition of disclosure and discovery may be almost the greatest service that any human being ever performs for another.”
~ Douglas Sheere