Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center (PDRC)

Conflict Resolution, Mediation, Restorative Justice and Training


The Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center has started offering in-person mediations again with the following precautions: masks must be worn, social distancing will be adhered to and the number of daily appointments will be limited. We will also still offer Zoom or telephone  conferencing for all those concerned. Contact our office at 540-347-6650 to confirm appointments or for any questions you may have about your mediation or restorative justice conference. 

Please review Covid-19 Symptoms and remember Safety First.

Thank you.

Our next scheduled co-parenting class is on August 27, 2022 from 9am-1pm.  To sign up, email brenda.pdrc@gmail.com or call 540-347-6650. 

Interested in learning more about PDRC’s Community Justice and Peacebuilding program and about becoming a volunteer Peacebuilder?  Click here 


Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center (PDRC) plays an important role in helping to build and maintain healthy local communities by providing free or very reduced cost mediation and restorative justice services. Founded in 1990 by a group of civic-minded citizens, the Center’s services promote the peaceful resolution of conflicts. The Center serves the counties of Caroline, Culpeper, Fauquier, Loudoun, Madison, Prince William, Rappahannock, Spotsylvania, Stafford and the Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park and surrounding areas. Its mediation, restorative justice, multi-party facilitation services and trainings are available to individuals, families, businesses, organizations, churches and communities-at-large.

Our Mission Statement: PDRC is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide dispute resolution and restorative justice information, education and community services.


For the seventh year in a row, PDRC is proud to be a participant in the Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP). Click here to see how this program works and how you can receive up to 65% state tax credit.

Please click to read PDRC’s 2019 Impact Report