Welcome to NOMORERI.ORG, a website created to help end dating/domestic violence and sexual assault and provide tools to those who want to take a stand and pledge no more. It is run by the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence (RICADV) and modeled after NOMORE.ORG, a website for the national NO MORE campaign. Learn about the national NO MORE movement by clicking here.
Join the RI movement at NOMORERI.org. If you have questions, ideas, or feedback about NOMORERI.org contact us.
"KNOW WHAT TO DO" PREMIERE
Featuring real students who conceived and enacted a real dating violence situation seen in their schools involving social media.
Click above to view "Sara's" classmates react to a situation and here to see alternate ways they helped her!
Welcome to our KNOW MORE site for TDVAPM 2014! Chances are you know someone experiencing dating violence, but did you KNOW YOU can help? The answer is yes! Action by friends or peers can actually help to prevent dating violence or stop if from getting worse. Your involvement doesn't have to be all or nothing; it can be as simple as asking if someone is okay or telling an adult.
Visit the newly launched teen section of our website for tips and tools that will help you identity relationship abuse and KNOW WHAT TO DO in a variety of situations. Check it out here: www.ricadv.org.
What is NO MORE? NO MORE is a new unifying symbol designed to galvanize greater awareness and action
NMCADV Message Matters Conference: How to Talk About Violence and Abuse So People Listen Join the RICADV
10am - 12noon In addition to the complex dynamics of domestic violence, being an immigrant and/or the
During SAAM, activists raise awareness about sexual violence and educate communities and individuals
Dinner at 4:30pm Show at 6pm
1pm - 4pm As advocates and service providers, we provide our clients with options and resources that
9:30am - 12noon This workshop is designed to increase knowledge about the intersection of domestic violence
The Twelfth Annual Women of Excellence Awards Luncheon will be held on Friday, May 2, 2014 in the Grand
10am - 1pm Domestic violence between adults puts children at serious risk of both physical and emotional
Gavage, Gertrude Atherton, & SEXCoffee Benefit Show for Sojourner House
The Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence is committed to the prevention of domestic and dating violence, and we believe that educating and engaging bystanders are promising ways to prevent intimate partner violence in communities.
For 2014's TDVAPM campaign, the RICADV has partnered with Young Voices, a Rhode Island-based non-profit whose goal is to transform urban youth into powerful advocates working to create change and improve the lives of young Rhode Islanders.
The youth from Young Voices are the faces of our KNOW What to Do - KNOW What Love Is 2014 campaign. They've starred in our public service announcements that will broadcast on TV, radio and Pandora throughout the month; they're featured in on our online ads and on our Instagram contest flyer.
We hope that by hearing their peers speak out against dating violence, young people in Rhode Island will be more committed to the movement to end it. Our goal is to give youth the tools and confidence they need to become active bystanders and to promote healthy relationships in their own social circles and communities.
Click below to see how real people helped someone experiencing abuse and check back for videos from teens & college students soon! Wanna share how YOU helped someone in a dating violence situation? Send your vid to [email protected] and we may post it here!
This year, the RICADV's legislative agenda is all about prevention. We're excited to engage the youth of Young Voices - the faces of our TDVAPM campaign - to help us promote healthy, safe relationships in February and address domestic and dating violence as a statewide public health issue.
The youth of Young Voices are trained to lead systemic reform and policy initiatives in RI that will improve the lives of young people. When we look at the alarming statistics on teen dating violence, it is clear that Rhode Island needs an authentic youth voice in policy-making around dating violence prevention.
We are thrilled to be working with these young people as we continue to push for the Domestic Violence Prevention Fund bill this legislative session. The bill would create the first source of state funding for domestic and dating violence prevention efforts in Rhode Island.
We hope to see RI commit to funding prevention in 2014 and, in doing so, say NO MORE to domestic and dating violence.