Helping Create Sustainable Native Communities
Indian Dispute Resolution Services, Inc. (IDRS, Inc.) is a national non-profit organization headquartered in the Greater Sacramento area of California with a satellite office in Tulsa, OK.
IDRS, Inc. was founded in 1989 by a consortium of five Native American organizations. (California Indian Legal Services, First Nations Development Institute, the Seventh Generation Fund, Northern Circle Indian Housing Authority, and Round Valley Indian Reservation).
IDRS is governed by a Board of Directors composed of prominent Native leaders which have been selected based on their experience supporting community development efforts which align with our mission. The organization currently employs four staff members with a combined total of 75 years of experience creating sustainable Native communities throughout Indian Country including Alaska and Hawaii.
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We offer workshops on certain topics annually and we also offer custom classes that are most relevant to your community. Our team works directly with your organization to assess what approach suits your community. Because all communities are unique we strongly believe that taking the time to craft workshops directly for your organization might be the best option.
Excellence and Professionalism
We have 30 years of experience providing services to Indian Country. If you are a tribal administrator, an executive at a Native CDFI or a small business coach, we enjoy building a relationship together so that we can provide the best possible programming for your community.
Connected To Community
Our home office is located in Plymouth California. We have a satellite office in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We currently work within the Western region of the United States. For a complete list of organizations we have worked with please download here.
Indian Dispute Resolution Services is an Equal Opportunity Provider. We serve Indian Country. However, we do not discriminate based upon age, ethnicity, ancestry, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, or any other status prohibited by applicable law.