The Dispute Resolution Program of Tarrant County (DRP) provides mediation and conflict resolution training to residents, businesses, agencies and the courts. DRP's mission is to provide Tarrant County citizens with a quick, cost-effective, non-adversarial resolution to litigation or conflict.
Mediation is a problem-solving negotiation process in which people in dispute meet with trained mediators who help them reach their own mutually acceptable solution to the conflict. The goal in mediation is for parties to find a realistic, lasting agreement that will eliminate the need for litigation or diminish future conflict. In many cases, mediation saves time, energy, and money for the individuals involved in a dispute, as well as the county government, businesses, and the community.
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