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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you provide services in languages other than English?
Do you provide childcare?
Can children come to the session?
I am not a Clackamas County resident; can I still receive services?
Where is the County Courthouse?
How do I report suspected child abuse?
How do I establish paternity to get child support?
How do I file a Restraining Order?
Where can I get forms to file a divorce?
How do I file for divorce?
My ex did not return our child after parenting time, what can I do?

Do you provide services in languages other than English?
Resolution Services provides domestic relations mediation and couples’ counseling in Spanish.

We contract with local interpreters to provide interpretation services in American Sign Language and other languages.

The Parent Education class is conducted in English, with simultaneous interpreters available by pre-arrangement in Spanish, ASL and other languages upon request.

Please also see our Links section for resources in Spanish and Russian.

Do you provide childcare?
Resolution Services is not able to provide childcare. Please make alternate arrangements for the care of your children during appointments or classes.

Can children come to the session?
Generally, children do not attend mediation or counseling sessions. On occasion, the mediator or counselor may meet with a child or other third party, with the consent of the parents. However, we do not routinely see children. We recognize the involvement of children and talk with parents to evaluate their specific situation and their children’s needs.

Children do not attend the Parent Education class.

I am not a Clackamas County resident; can I still receive services?
The residency requirements for services at CCRS depend on the type of service and its funding stream. CCRS exists to serve the residents of Clackamas County, and also recognizes that the nature of our services is such that in some circumstances residents of other counties may need to use our services.

Domestic Relations Mediation and Conciliation is provided:

Parent Education is provided to:

Youth and Family Mediation is provided to:

Information, Resources and Referrals

Where is the County Courthouse?
Court Clerk, (503) 655-8447

How do I report suspected child abuse?
Call your local Police Department or Oregon Department of Human Services, 503-673-7112

How do I establish paternity to get child support?
District Attorney’s Family Support Division, (503) 655-8469

How do I file a Restraining Order?
District Attorney’s Victim’s Assistance Division, (503) 655-8616

Where can I get forms to file a divorce?
Oregon Judicial Department Family Law

How do I file for divorce?
Court Clerk, (503) 655-8447

My ex did not return our child after parenting time, what can I do?
Call your local Police Department.

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